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Marie Covel

Marie Carolyn Covel (Wainwright)

Sunday, May 10th, 1936 - Saturday, March 23rd, 2019
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Robert Sadlier

Posted at 02:44am
Marie was my mother in law and an amazing person. There are a million “mother in law jokes” about how terrible mothers in law are, but she was nothing at all like the targets of those jokes. She was loving, caring, thoughtful and honest. She was one of the realest people that I’ve ever had the honor of having in my life. One time she gave me a t-shirt, with a wolf printed on it and with it, a story. She had seen it in the store and thought I’d like it, but she didn’t have any money. So she hid it all the way at the back of the rack, so no one else could buy it, then found it again when she’d gone back to the store and bought it. I’m smiling as I write this memory. I love you, Marie! Rest In Peace. You’ve earned it. ❤️

Tammy Sadlier

Posted at 10:53am
My Mom was the most loving, caring, supportive person I’ve ever known. She had a way of making all her children and grandchildren feel so loved, whether it was her hugs or her making the most amazing sweet treats for us or making our holidays and family get togethers so fun. She was always happy, smiling, and being goofy (as we called it). You could never be in a bad mood around her it was impossible. She was the greatest example of unconditional love and would be there for us no matter what it was that we needed. I try everyday to be like her, she made it look so easy.
She was my angel in this world and now she is my angel in heaven. I love you Ma and look forward to the day that we can be together again.
Rest In Peace my beautiful mom.

Jessica Sears

Posted at 09:49am
Grandma, your life was full of loving deeds, forever thoughtful of our special needs. Today and tomorrow, my whole life through, I will always love and cherish you.

Donna Sears

Posted at 07:52pm
Our lives go on without you
But nothing is the same
We have to hide our heartache
When someone speaks your name
Sad are the hearts that loved you
Silent are the tears that fall
Living without you is the hardest part of all
You did so many things for us
Your heart was so kind and true
And when we needed someone
We could always count on you
The special years will not return
When we are all together
But with the love in our hearts
You walk with us forever

Love Ralph & Donna

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