"Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with your family during this difficult time."
– Lisa Avant,
Brockton, MA, Feb 21, 2013
"My favorite memories of Nana was always when she would yell at all of us kids at any point in time if we got out of order. "Whos crying?!" "Wheres the baby?!" "Stop that running!!" "Whos choking?!?!" She loved every single one of us so much and gave 200% of everything that she was to all of us. She truly loved every single one of us no matter what. Nana, you're the best and you're going to be forever missed and I will miss you. My life will be so different without you here, but I know you are with God and you've returned home. He has you and I know you're happy. I love you Nana!!! <3>"
– Georgia MacDonald, Granddaughter,
Feb 21, 2013
"So very sorry for your loss. I remember the time when I was asked to escort her for Grand Entry. She was so afraid of doing something wrong! I told her that the only thing she could that would be wrong was if she stopped and then ran into everyone behind us. She laughed and we had a wonderful Grand Entry."
– Bettie Connors,
Feb 21, 2013
"My I express my condolences to the family and community for the loss of their leader. My husband, Pete FourWinds, met her once during Sue's courtship dance and found her to be a strong woman with a gentle heart.."
– Jennifer Fire Dancing Turtle Giove, Native-non-community,
Frederick, MD, Feb 21, 2013
"I wish to express my sincerest and most heartfelt condolences to both Jeannette's family and friends. Jeannette was always so pleasant and fun; both my husband and I enjoyed her company on trips to Foxwoods and on Bingo nights. She was simply wonderful, fun-loving, and kind, and we always admired the unity that she and her family shared -- it was nothing short of inspirational. Jeannette will be sorely missed. May God Bless Jeannette and welcome her into his tender and merciful care, and may her family and friends also be blessed so that they may heal from her loss. Take Care, Old Friend."
– Barbara Silva, friend,
Stoughton, MA, Feb 20, 2013