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Re: Nesters

Post by Debs » Fri Jan 04, 2019 8:59 pm

Evening Nesters

Here is a copy of Doreen's obituary :rh:

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Salem, NH – Doreen (Theberge) Wermers, 73, passed away peacefully at Salem Haven Rehabilitation Center on October 28, 2018. Born in Lawrence, Massachusetts on December 3, 1944, she was educated in Lawrence Public Schools and spent the last 15 years employed as a CNA to Alzheimer’s patients at Atria Marland Place in Andover, Ma. She was a lover of all animals and owned numerous dogs, cats and birds. Eagle Cam was her most recent passion and she was obsessed with watching the bald eagles. She was very creative, building doll houses, gardening and always fixing up her home. Most importantly she loved unconditionally and remained close to all of her family and friends.

Doreen is survived by her sons, Michael Murray of Methuen, Ma., and Jamie Albert and his wife, Wendy of Lebanon, ME., brother Ronald Theberge, sisters, Sharon Curtin, Dorothy Roy, Debra Smith, Sandra Perry, Joanne Bailey, her grandchildren, Felicia Albert and Abigail Albert. She also leaves numerous nieces and nephews and many close friends. She will join in heaven her father Roland Theberge and mother Doris Theberge, brothers Thomas, Roland (Sonny) and Robert (Chucky).

A visitation will be held on Saturday December 8, 2018 at Dewhirst & Boles Funeral Home, 80 Broadway, Methuen, Ma 01844, from 2:00 to 5:00 pm. Relatives and friends are most welcome to attend. ​To leave an online condolence, please visit Doreen’s tribute page at www.dewhirstbolesfuneral.com.

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Re: Nesters

Post by sassyk » Sat Jan 05, 2019 7:31 pm

Debs thanks so much for posting the photo of Doreen and her obituary. I didn't realize what beautiful eyes she had. Sure miss her :cry1:
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Re: Nesters

Post by Marg » Mon Jan 07, 2019 7:09 pm

Thank you Debs for your post. It was a pleasure to have known Doreen. Miss her ....... :rh: :rh:
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Re: Nesters

Post by Debs » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:17 pm

Marg, Kay :rh:

We are suppose to dip down to -40 tonight :hlp: :cold1:

Hugs to you both :huggie:
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Post by Marg » Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:26 am

Looking over through the fog at Vancouver Island. Make bigger.
Deb -40 is coooooold!
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Re: Nesters

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Re: Nesters

Post by Debs » Sat Feb 02, 2019 2:56 pm

Feb 2, 2019

Afternoon Nesters :bye 1:

I do not believe Willy and Sam ... our spring is always in April :w00t: :mihihi: but i am hopeful for y'all :fonz:

Sharon thanks for the update and tips :hug:

Marg we are in a deep freeze ... -44 today and it will likely dip down colder tonight.

Miss all our friends here ...

Marg and Earl hope you guys are warm and healthy :huggie:
Kay hope you and Brian are doing okay too ... love your pictures on FB keep them coming please :huggie:

I am at work just on a break so i better get back at it ...

John, Doreen, Judy, Jude, Diana ... we miss all of you here :cry1:

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Re: Nesters

Post by Marg » Sun Feb 03, 2019 6:52 am

Hi Deb thanks for your post. Stay warm!
We are expecting snow but when they forecast it we don't usually get any or very little but we will see.
Right now we have a lot of appointments for Earl in Vancouver. I will send an email when we have more information.
My Stalashen nest is visited quite often by our eagles.
Have a great day Nesters!
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Re: Nesters

Post by Debs » Mon Feb 11, 2019 9:26 am

Morning Nesters :bye 1:

Marg great to see your post. Hope the weather was good when you were travelling back and forth. Look forward to your email and hoping that Earl's appointments went well :huggie:

Kay hope you and Brian are doing okay. Did the big wind storm affect you guys?

Not much new at my end. Hubby and i both had the flu and it was especially brutal this year. Spring is only 38 sleeps away so look forward to the melt :w00t:

We are having a name pool today and tomorrow for the new female at NCTC you can vote at Bald Eagles 101 i suggested Dee or Birdie in memory of Doreen so hope you can drop by and vote.

Well i am off to start my day ... have a pile of paperwork calling my name and then have to prep for tomorrow's class.

Hugs :huggie:

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