Condolence & Memory Journal

Sorry for your loss . I've always carried warm and fond memories of Dora Belle and Walter. It was just recently that I reread a letter Dora had addressed to me when my Dad passed away in 2000. Glenn Pate ( Mahone Bay Nova Scotia ) son of John Pate and grandson to Florence .

Posted by Glenn Pate - Mahone Bay - Family   February 16, 2020

My deepest condolences to the whole Family

Posted by Karen Hicks Deyesso - Maynard, MA - Friend   January 25, 2020

Candle

Claudia, Keith, Ashley & Alec,

Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. May God guide you and give you strength during this difficult time.

God Bless,
Cathy, Stephanie, Stacey & Nannie

Posted by Catherine Burgess - Leominster, MA - Friend   January 24, 2020

I know Dora Belle was our cousin, but I always called her Aunt Dora Belle. I will never forget the visits we had with all of you. I became so attached to Claudia. Each time you were ready to go back to Boston, I would run upstairs & cry my heart out watching you all drive away. I remember Blair's accident here in N.B. He couldn't understand why there was ditches. Lol
He was hurt & shook up at the time but Maggie took great care of him until he could go back home. Your mom called to thank her for taking care of her son. What a sweetheart. I will forever remember her beautiful smile. My girls will never eat tractor wheel donuts without thinking of their totally cool cousin Blair!
With all our love
Judy, Tanya & Jennifer

Posted by Judy Doucet - Bathurst - Family   January 23, 2020

My wife Susan and I offer our condolences to all of Dora Hallett's family. From Dora's photo, I quickly saw her smile in her great granddaughter Piper's smile...so beautiful!
Carmen and Susan Chimento, Brookline, NH

Posted by Carmen Chimento - Brookline, NH - Friend   January 23, 2020

Our condolences to the Hallett family. Belle was such a loving and caring person. I remember the trips when you all would visit Newbrunswick . Those were great memories. And loved the trips Blair made....was so nice seeing him. She will be missed dearly ❤❤❤.

Posted by Margaret Boyd - Bathurst - Family   January 23, 2020

Claudia I am sorry to hear of your loss, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. RIP Dora

Posted by Rick Smith - Lunenburg, MA   January 23, 2020

Dora was a lovely lady, always kind to me. May you all find peace knowing she is now at peace and with all her loved ones that passed before her. I'm sorry I am unable to pay my respects as I am attending a funeral service on Saturday also. Love and hugs to all of you❤

Posted by Donna Engen - Bixboro, MA - Family Friend   January 22, 2020

Will forever missed but always in my heart

Posted by Randy Kanniard - Maynard, MA - Friend   January 22, 2020

R.I.P. Dora. Dora is my first cousin. Her Uncle Alex was my father. I met her once and she was a lovely lady. My condolences to the family

Posted by Carolyn Hachey Saville - Toronto,Thornhill, Ont - Family   January 22, 2020

She was a Beautiful and kind lady , God Bless her and her family

Posted by Ethel Carrier - Bethpage, TN - Acquaintance   January 22, 2020

For as long as I remember I have had a cousin Belle! I first heard of my American cousin from my mom, Margaret, she was Belles aunt and greatest supporter! I remember the stories of how my aunt Lizzie had come home to care for her mom and brothers who were very sick. Stories of how the family found out via a phone call ( a call that came to the neighbours because there was only one phone in the area ) that Lizzie had died shortly after returning home. My mom tried to keep in touch with Belle and somehow did. I remember the first visit to Grandma's that she made when I was old enough to know "Belle" was coming home! She and Walley and their family of 4 at that time, came to Bathurst and they blended right in with all the cousins that , I am sure over whelmed all of them. That smile won us all over! She continued to stay in touch with my mom over the years and when my mom passed away, she kept in touch with me, not often but enough for us to both say I love you at the end of a letter that kept us both up dated on what was happening in the families. She had the easier letter, because she only had her 5 children to report on..I, on the other hand had 9 families which each had on average 12 children. The letters came mostly at Christmas, and this year, due to neglect on my side, there was no letter. For this I am truly sorry! I will forever keep you in my heart, my beautiful American cousin! I love you!..One of many of your Canadian cousins...Flora

Posted by Flora McLean - Salmon Beach - Family   January 22, 2020