Condolence & Memory Journal

Still miss you dear friend , Love , Connie ..

Posted by Connie Bell    December 13, 2021

My dear Terry , still miss YOU and think of you often , you were Very good to me.
Prayers, Connie And Thank-YOU ..

Posted by Connie Bell - MANCHESTER, NH - friend   December 13, 2020

Buzz and Judy
Sympathies on the passing of mom. May the Road Rise to Meet her... and until you meet again God hold her in the palm of his hand.

Posted by Gregory Barrett - Manchester, NH   December 24, 2019

Dearest Terry , could not have been a better Obit , everything is so true and then some.
We were such good friends , we cared .God Bless you always , in my thoughts and prayers and THANK-YOU , Love , Connie Bell

Posted by Connie Bell - MANCHESTER, NH   December 21, 2019

Theresa, I will never forget you as being one of the cutest and nicest aunties. I moved as a teenager to Sacramento Calif. & had not seen Auntie in quite a few yrs. I am Adrienne and Ernest L'Heureux s oldest daughter, my name now being Claudette Goodwin. I am only 9 yrs younger than aunt Theresa. Although I am sad to hear of her passing, I understand that we will all meet again, and to Theresa's daughter Judy, won't it be a great day in heaven when that happens ! I still have a picture in my mind, memories of the days of seeing you in your moms kitchen on Donald st. In Bedford, N.H.. God bless us all. Claudette.

Posted by Claudette L'Heureux-Goodwin - Sacramento, CA - Family   December 18, 2019

Dear Aunt Theresa you are now with youre brothers and sisters in heaven . You were always so funny and fun to talk to. I have great memories of you with youre dance and wonderful smile . My deepest sympathy to cousin Judy and Norman and family . Joanne LHeureux - Foster

Posted by Joanne Foster - Lillian, AL - Family   December 17, 2019

My Aunt Theresa was such a wonderful Aunt. She always had a smile and a joke. I remember, even over the last years with her sandals on and she could still do a soft shoe dance. May she Rest in Peace in Heaven. Always, will I remember my wonderful Aunt Theresa.

Posted by Rose Searles - Londonderry, NH   December 17, 2019