Condolences for Ana Marquez

Fred and Dianne Robinson posted on 5/5/17

Ana Marquez

 

Nan and Jack Boyne posted on 5/3/17

Sending much love and many prayers to you and your family.

 

Christian, Brittany, and Violet posted on 5/3/17

In honor and remembrance of Ma, or Grandma Anita, as Violet would say - We wish to say thank you. Thank for being a good mother, who gave us a blessed son for our own family. For being a wonderful Grandmother to our beautiful nieces. For being a another mother to our sister. For always smiling, laughing, and joking. For loving Violet like your own. For always telling me I'm beautiful, even on my sickest of days - despite your own sickness and pain. For playing cards better than I could ever try. For always having us be part of your family. For being beautiful, inside and out. For giving me wonderful hugs, silly faces, and encouragement. It is our hope that you knew how much you mean to us. All of us. We are relieved that you no longer have to fight as hard as you have for years, and mostly whilst others had no idea how hard you were fighting. We are saddened to not be able to see your beautiful face again here on earth, but are comforted knowing that we will see it one day when we are all with you again. We will cherish and admire you always. All of our love, The Reids

 

Susan Corriher posted on 5/1/17

Harvey & I are very sorry for your loss. We wish you peace, healing, and hope.

 

David and Edith Bond posted on 5/1/17

We will choose to remember her smile and her laughter and her grace. She was a part of our family, as we are of hers. She will leave our world a bit darker with her passing, but didn't heaven just get a bit brighter? William Wordsworth said it best in 1807: What though the radiance which was once so bright be now forever taken from our sight, Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor in the grass, of glory in the flower; We will grieve not, but rather find, strength in what remains behind. With our love and appreciation for her legacy, the Bond Family

 

Metta Luttmann posted on 5/1/17

We are so saddened to hear of Ana's death. She was so kind and friendly every time I visited Steinmart. She will be greatly missed and such a pleasure to know. Please give our sincere condolences to Arnold and entire family

 

Dawn Piscopo posted on 5/1/17

Our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with Ana's family. She lit up Steinmart with her smile whenever she would be on the register! Best regards, The Piscopo Family

 

Barbara Hodik posted on 4/30/17

I had the privilege of being a friend of Ana's, always enjoying her company, her humor, and her generous spirit. She made a distinct impression on all who knew her. We met for lunch at least once a month for several years, and thoroughly enjoyed being together.

 

Alton Connor posted on 4/30/17

I was so shocked and saddened to read of Ana's passing. She waited on me so many times at Steinmart and was always such a gracious and precious lady. She always had such a beautiful smile on her face. One would never know that she was sick. My heart goes out to her family in their time of sorrow and loss. She will be greatly missed. May God's grace sustain each of you in these days ahead. With Deepest Sympathy.