Condolence & Memory Journal

Phil and Daryl, our grandmother, Simone Brice, was a very close friend of your grandmother, Denyse. And, as a result, our mother basically grew up with your father in the city. I don't know if you'll remember me, but we met you several times when you were very young. I always knew your father as "mon chérie", which is what your grandmother used to call him. I only found out his actual name decades later. The last time I saw him was when our family went to visit Denyse in Connecticut many years ago. I still remember his laugh. Please know that I send my most sincere condolences.

Posted by Michele Kay - Friend   November 10, 2020

Dearest Family Of Mr. Alexandre, I know how little words written on a page can possibly mean to you at this time. But, I must at least let you know that you are in my thought & prayers. He was a patient in a Dr.’s Office I worked in. He was always very pleasant to me & and very proud of me as being a dedicated blood donor. It put a smile on my face when I read here that he always parted ways with a handshake & “cheers” . That always happened. A was truly a very gentle and kind gentleman. With my deepestsympathy , Betsy Henry

Posted by Elizabeth (Betsy) Henry - Acquaintance   August 05, 2020