• The Rev. Frank St. Amour, III

TO THE PARISH


Thank you for the cards and expressions of sympathy and support following the death of my mother, Doris, last month.  Although we had hopes, following her stroke in March, that she would be able to recover sufficiently to move to an assisted-living, a second stroke rendered that impossible.  Tremendous credit goes to the excellent staff at Corsica Hills Rehab and Compass Regional Hospice for their care during the challenges that developed due to the lockdown.  I would also add a word on behalf of Candlelight Cove in Easton which held a place for her and kept in touch throughout.

Thank you, again.  May she rest in peace and rise in glory.

Fr. Frank and Sue

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