Charles Stokes was the kind of man who would give you the shirt off his back, said his son, Charlie Stokes.
Ave Colby was a giant man with a giant personality, said his wife, Salli Colby.
Every student should be blessed with a teacher like Dorothy LaMere, former student Nancy Moss Anglis said.
Geoffrey Anderson was his wife's best friend.
No matter what happened, Susan Lesnick always had a positive outlook on life, said her daughter, Kristin Maglish.
Hertha Chubbs was an outgoing woman who made friends everywhere she went, said her husband, Harold Chubbs.
Gordie Kruse was an honest, outgoing man who inspired everyone who knew him, especially his son, Tom Kruse.
Funeral services for Daniel L. Williams were held Nov. 8, 2012, at Sheets Funeral Home in Lowell with interment at West Creek Cemetery in Lowell.
Above all, former Lowell Police Sgt. Daniel L. Williams was a man of honor, his son Randall Williams said.
Former Lowell Police Chief Phil A. Wleklinski protected both his family and the community, said Terri Wleklinski, his wife of 54 years.
Services for Donald Lindsey were private.
Donald Lindsey believed in serving the public and serving his country, said his daughter Marci Kunstek.
Edward Kabala was a man who always did what he thought was right.
Irene Hendron was a wonderful cook and teacher, but first and foremost she was a wife and mother.
Lowell police commission president John Ammons put his family first, his wife Carol said.
Funeral services for John Ammons were arranged through Sheets Funeral Home and Cremation Services in Lowell and held Sept. 30, 2012, at St. Edward's Church in Lowell with cremation following.
Daisy Lucille Trowbridge was a woman of many talents who loved spending time with her family, said her daughter, Gayle Zaragoza.
Robert Woloszyn enjoyed traveling, and loved to shoot nature photography, said Joan Woloszyn, his wife of 49 years.
Helen Kubiak enjoyed being a housewife and taking care of her husband and family, said her daughter, Nadine Mahan.
When Deborah Groves was diagnosed with breast cancer, she turned to her mother, Coral Coban, for support. Her mother was a breast cancer survivor for more than 35 years before she passed away.
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