magdalene chance
(1930 - 2006)

magdalene chance

August 25, 1930

September 3, 2006

This site is dedicated to magdalene chance. Magdalene was a loving and devoted mother. Grandmother, great grandmother, friend and provider for her family. Liz as she was known as was a mild, humbled women who always enjoyed cooking for family and friends no matter the season. My grandmother was the best I could ever ask for, with a abundance of support from her to our family. Grandma hosted dinner every sunday , and was committed to family values . Liz left behind a legacy of memories with all who knew and loved her, and its not a day go by I dont miss her. Haiden whom she called pretty man always reminds me of how much he misses grandma Liz. I just want to sant to say GRANDMA I LOVE U AND MISSES YOU ALWAYS. I remember when u got sick, I couldn't believe it, I went 29 years without my grandmother being hospitalized and it was a hard pill to swallow seeing my grandmother lying in a hospital bed unable to walk and take her daily bus ride go Lexington Market . I to this day crys just thinking about u . Please help me deal with this. I Love You Grandma.

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