- 68 years old
- Date of birth: Mar 8, 1943
- Date of passing: May 30, 2011
|Let the memory of Mary be with us forever|
"Remembering Mary on her birthday is like remembering my own mother. They shared so many qualities of love, compassion, understanding, and forgiveness. So in memory I say, Happy Birthday Mary, we all miss your beautiful smile and loving ways."
"Your mom is never far from my thoughts. She loved you all so very much and I know you miss her every day."
"I silently wish a happy birthday to all of my loved one's who have passed. Each time their birthday comes. It may seem weird, but I like to think of that day rather than the day they died. While it may be argued that their "day of death" is their birth into eternal life, I choose to wish a happy birthday on the day we celebrated their life. So Happy Birthday Mary! You are remembered fondly"
"I thought of your mom when I read this. Please read both tributes:
Your mother is always with you...She's the whisper of the leaves as you walk down the street. She's the smell of bleach in your freshly laundered socks. She's the cool hand on your brow when you're not well. Your mother lives inside ... your laughter."
"She's crystallized in every tear drop... She's the place you came from, your first home.. She's the map you follow with every step that you take. She's your first love and your first heart break....and nothing on earth can separate you. Not time, Not space...Not even death....will ever separate you from your mother.... You carry her inside of you...."
"Too young to have left us. You are truly missed by so many, especially your loving family to whom I send my love, thoughts, and prayers on this difficult day."
"I will always remember the strength of Mary Frighetto. Her smile, which she showed even when faced with adversity, will be forever ingrained in my mind. The love she had for her family... She will be forever missed and always remembered."
"I think of your mom often. She was such a special person who loved her family so much. She had an infectious laugh and told great stories. She was always there for others and never flinched when called upon to help another. I wish I would have visited her more often.
There is a saying: "Appreciate the people God gives to you...you never know when he will need them back."
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