Dear D'Amico Family;
I'm sorry to hear about your lose. I would like to take a moment to offer the family and friends some hope and encouragement from the Bible. Revelation 21:3-4, says eventually death will end; and Psalms 37:10-11 states that wickedness will end and peace will abound. So, while our current situations can be painful and difficult to deal with, our futures have promise.
I was sorry to hear about Alice's passing. I have fond memories of being at her home and hospitality many years ago with Tinker. She was always a special person to all. My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Sincerely Steve Loper
I would like to offer my condolences to the family of Alice D'Amico. I can only imagine what the family is going through at this difficult time. I would like leave an encouraging word from the Bible regarding death. Revelation 21:3,4 says "He will wipe out every tear, pain will be no more, nor death, nor mourning will be anymore". We can hold true to that promise to be fulfilled under God's Kingdom rule very soon. I hope those words comfort the family.
Condolences to the family of Alice (Lonergan) D'Amico, and MIchele and Tinker in particular - from someone who has so many memories of that great neighborhood in Chelsea Heights where neighbors were friends who really cared about each other. Joe and Alice were just a little older than me, and little Michele was a frequent visitor to my house. Tinker was a great friend of my sister. Those were wonderful years, the Lonergans and D'Amico's were a wonderful family, Alice was a beautiful lady, and Atlantic City was a wonderful place to grow up. RIP Alice, together again with Joe, and your wonderful parents, the Lonergans.
Edwin Wilson, MD
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