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Condolences for Lorraine M. Waters (Mosakowski)

Robin FisherTuesday, March 26th

I am so sorry for your loss.

Briannah PerazzoTuesday, March 26th

Lorraine Waters is one of the most caring, loving, and supportive women I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. I will never forget the time she took me and Bre into the city to see Hairspray live and then put to lunch with a few of her friends. She told me to call her mom mom that day and ever since she has been my mom mom too. Not only has she watched me grow up but she had seen the woman I have become, met the man I married and watched my children grow. Lorraine’s love extended past the bonds of blood and she told me how much she loved me every time I spoke to her through the years. You will forever be in my heart mommom. Rest in Paradise.

James BareisTuesday, March 26th

My sincere condolences to the Waters families. Lorraine/ Mrs Waters was always upbeat and a great help when I and my mother needed her. There is no doubt that she will be missed by all those who were a part of her life.

Anthony MosakowskiWednesday, March 27th

RIP Lorraine and condolences to the family.

Gloria RedmondWednesday, March 27th

I am so sorry to hear of Lorraine's passing. I met her while I was camping with my family 52 years ago. Our families went through a hurricane together at a campground in Virginia. She was such a pleasant person to be around. I will miss the messages that she often sent to me.

Raymond ValoriSaturday, March 30th

I was so saddened to hear about Lorraine’s passing . She was a wonderful person and was always upbeat despite all the hardships she went through. Her faith was the source of her strength. I got to know her when she was a babysitter at the Northampton Tennis an Fitness Center in Richboro. I and others who worked out at the Center supported her during the difficult time her daughter was dealing with a cancer illness. I have tried to keep in touch with her over the years. I would see her occasionally at the Senior Center in Richboro where she played cards. My last contact was a phone call in mid-February and despite all she went through with brain surgery and kidney failure she kept her optimistic and upbeat attitude. My deepest condolences to the family. I will miss her.

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