Oh, what a dear, sweet lady. I got to know Thilda when she moved to Oxford Towne Apartments, and we remained friends long after I left. I would always seek her out at St John’s when I was back in the area. My sincerest condolences to her family; she will be missed.
- Alyce (Shepard) Demma
Our heartfelt condolences to Thilda's family. As our church organist and choir director, her musical gifts brought added beauty to the liturgies we attended.
We are grateful to have known her while she was at St. John the Evangelist Church.
John and Barbara Klein
- Barbara & John Klein
My wife Mary Lyons Bradley and I had high respect for Thilda. Our condolences for your lost. She was a wonderful lady.
- Dr Edward B. Bradley
I am so sorry to hear of Thilda’s passing. I thoroughly enjoyed being part of her choir at St. John’s. She truly was a remarkable woman. We kept in touch even after I moved away. My deepest condolences.
- Beth Shoemaker
Oh my gosh! Liz, Mark, Claire and Dennis,
I am so very sorry! A finer woman has never lived. I feel so honored to have known her, worked with her and called her my friend. She was always such an inspiration to me and to everyone who knew her. She loved her God and her family with all her heart. A life well lived and someone who made a positive impact on all she knew. We have all lost a wonderful woman who through any sort of adversity, found a way to smile. Rest in peace with Paul and Josie. You will be missed, my friend. The world is a little less light without you.
- Irene Scalise
Thilda was a long-time and cherished client, whose grace and dignity shown above all else. She was one lovely lady. My condolences to the family ????