"When we first learned of Becki’s cancer, my first thought was, I would switch places with her in a second and I meant it. I couldn’t imagine losing her, and now she’s gone, but her memory will live on forever.
At a time like this I guess it’s good to try to find something to be grateful for, I’m grateful she’s at peace and no longer suffering and struggling, that she is in a better place and with her mother, who she missed and loved so much.
When Becki was given the news that her time was very short, the thing that really broke her heart was that she would not have a chance to be a grandmother, she couldn’t wait to spoil them. She asked me to get her a journal, so she could write down things about herself to pass on to her future grandkids. Unfortunately, she never gained enough strength to accomplish that , but don’t worry hun we’ll let them know all about you. Things like how beautiful your eyes were, how strong you were, how sweet you were, how you had such distinctive penmanship (big balloon letters),some of her funny sayings like “6 of one 6 dozen of another” or “he knows which side his knife is buttered on” or when she remembered an old Beach Boys song as being titled “ Little dutch coupe” and there were many more funny things she said, I wish I had written them all down.
We were both stubborn mules a lot of times through the years and many times I regretted not following her way and she definitely was right most of the time and she loved to hear me admit that.
One of greatest things she did, was to insist on staying home with our children until they started school. I remember her saying, “why have children if you’re just going to send them off to daycare for someone else to raise them”
Thank you Becki for being my loving wife for 35 years and for being such a dedicated and loving mother to our sons. God, please keep Becki in your loving arms until we are together again, amen."
– Scott Mignogna, Husband,
Manchester, NH, Apr 03, 2013
"Rest in peace, dear cousin. You left this world far too soon. I have fond memories of playing together as little girls, and your visit to Florida in the Winnebago. I'm just sorry we didn't know each other in adulthood. My prayers and deepest sympathy to your family."
– Terri Ring, Cousin,
Cary, NC, Feb 05, 2013
"So sad to hear of your passing. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends! As far-away cousins, we haven't seen or spoken to you or your siblings for more than 30 years, but I have fond memories of the few times we did get together as children; we'd have so much fun laughing and playing, we were all so close in age. Reading this guestbook, you grew to be a special and cherished woman, and I do wish I'd known you in adulthood. God speed."
– Laurie Thorne, Cousin,
Garner, NC, Feb 04, 2013
"Our deepest sympathy to Becki's family. We will miss you at bingo always."
– Bev & John, friend,
manchester, NH, Feb 02, 2013
"My deepest sympathy to the family and to Jan. CBC will never be the same without you. I'll miss running into you and Jan at Hobby Lobby and hearing about your Foxwoods trips. You will be sadly missed."
– Susan Chasse, Friend,
Manchester, NH, Jan 25, 2013
"Becki you always had a smile on your face and always made me feel welcome..I will miss our little conversations we would have..It's going to feel weird at bingo without you there and the sound of your keys as you walk through the hall..RIP no more pain.."