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posted on 10/7/18
Dear Lucille you gave me so inspiration you had a heart of gold. I wasn’t able to be at your life celebration I was out of the country doing some missionary work but you were in my thoughts. Thank you for being my friend I am missing you already. May you Rest In Peace surrounded by angels
posted on 10/5/18
I have known Lucille for 20 years she was the kindest, most caring person you can ever know. She was full of life and energy. She lived her life by doing everything she could to live life to the fullest. I will miss her wisdom, her stories her adventures but mostly i will miss her smile.
posted on 10/2/18
I knew Lucille as "Maryann's mom" for the past 37 years. She was always happy, engaging, interesting and joyful. She taught us how to live by her example ..approach everyday with enthusiasm, find what makes you happy and go after it, and share your light with others. I am so glad to have known
Lucille and her wonderful family. Love, Tanis
posted on 10/1/18
I remember the first person I met when I moved to Astoria 14 years ago was Lucille. I met her at Astoria pool. She was so friendly, warm and motherly. We soon became friends and did things together like go into the city for fleet week, swim, dance, do water ballet, laugh, make jewelry and many other things. Our birthdays were a week apart and we used to celebrate them together. She introduced me to the senior centers and we sat together further bonding us. She enjoyed life to it's fullest, never had a bad thing to say about anyone and was so joyful in everything she did. She taught me many things and was a classy and honest woman to the very end. I will miss her terribly. She'll always be in my heart. I thank her and appreciate her for all the memories she left me with. R.I.P. Lucille. I love you... xo
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Your thoughtfulness to my family both now and in 1994 will not be forgotten.
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