Boland, William (Billy)
Passed away suddenly on Wednesday, August 4 th , 1999 . Predeceased by baby brother in 1956. Leaving to mourn loving parents Martin and Dorothy (Nugent); one brother Garry, wife Brenda (Whitty); two sisters; Louise Summers, Beverly Greeley (Roger); nieces and nephews; Jason, Kimberly, Lesley-Ann and Krista Summers, Tanya and Angus Greeley, Corey, Tracey and Curtis Boland; great niece Alexandrea Josephine; also aunts, uncles, relatives and close friends. Resting at Caul's Funeral Home, Torbay. Funeral Mass on Saturday, August 7 th , 1999 at 10 am from St. Francis of Assisi, Outer Cove. Interment at St. Francis of Assisi Cemetery, Outer Cove. **

Dear Many Tears
Just to let you know that we lost our beloved Lucie on Monday 3rd July who we adopted from you June 2012. She became very unwell in December and we have battled with her to pull her through, and she was so sweet and kept her dignity, before her own body was just destroying itself. Both us and the vet did everything, but we just not get her to recover.
The pain is so great, we are just heart broken. But we gave her 5 fantastic years of love, happiness and everything she wanted. Her favourite was playing on the beach and swimming in the sea. We will miss her terribly, and so will her 2 Many Tears Friends, Barney Rubble who we got from you about 6 years ago and Cherry (Bakewell) who we got Feb 2016. ~
We would like you to put Lucie on your Rainbow Bridge list, as we know that she is there waiting for us, so we can be together again.
RIP my sweet Lucie, miss and love you lots X
Best wishes Margaret Nesbitt

Jess Bidgood reported from Tampa, Fla., and Vivian Yee from New York. Emily Cochrane contributed reporting from West Kendall, Fla., Alan Blinder from Palm City, Fla., Jane Smith from Boynton Beach, Fla., Nick Madigan and Marc Santora from Miami, Sheri Fink from Houston and Daniel Victor from New York.

The Green family musical tradition continues today with descendants who still perform vintage ragtime and jazz.  For more information follow this link to the family's website .

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