OBITUARY

Lillian M. Gardner

March 22, 1950August 23, 2020

Lillian M. Gardner was born on March 22, 1950 in Norwich, CT and passed away on August 23, 2020 and is under the care of Labenski Funeral Home.

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Michelle Cassidy

August 30, 2020

Lcs class of 1991 Rip you will be dearly missed
The Cassidy family

Nancy Belliveau Barry

August 30, 2020

To Lillian’s Children, Grandchildren, and Siblings,
We are so very sorry for the loss of your mother, grandmother, and sister. Even though Lillian’s mother and my father were first cousins, we became reacquainted with Lillian when she taught our daughter at Lisbon Central School, and then years later, our grandson. She was such a kind and inspirational teacher, and the kids at LCS loved her, as she dd them. Through all her years of battling her illness, she never let it show that she was suffering. She was just amazing, and we will always be grateful that our daughter and grandson benefited from her love and wisdom, as well as the joy of her teddy bears. To Lillian’s siblings, I cannot imagine the pain of losing one of your own. May you comfort each other in this time of such a tragic loss. Our thoughts and prayers remain with you. ❤️

Mike and Nancy Belliveau Barry

Peggy Ververis

August 29, 2020

Heather, Jason and the Fraser clan,
How sorry I was to see the passing of Lillian. Memories go back to when we were kids. We always enjoyed times when the Kingsley families (MacGlaflin) and the Fraser family got together.
Heather and Jason, it’s been a long tough road for you. I’m sure your mom is in a better place.
Please accept our deepest sympathies,
Peg and Peter Ververis

Mary Lou Beckwith

August 29, 2020

Dear Gardner and Fraser family members, As you share your stories and memories of Lillian, may you find comfort, and throughout this difficult time, may you also know the deep sympathy and concern that are felt for you and all your family. I'm hoping you find the strength and comfort to help you through this time of sorrow and am saying a prayer that all the love around you makes a warm resting place whenever you need it. I have so many memories of Lillian and family members that make me smile...they are forever imprinted on my heart and mind. Bless you all.

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