B. Loise Partridge

B. Loise Partridge

December 27, 1929 - August 04, 2005

B. Loise Partridge

December 27, 1929 - August 04, 2005


B. Loise Partridge lives in , passed away at the age of 75.
Born on December 27, 1929 and passed away on August 04, 2005.

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82 responses to B. Loise Partridge

  1. Dee Bartlett says:

    I was so sad to hear about your loss. At ARG you were always like a 2nd grandpa to me and I loved to talk to you about fishing. I hope that God will ease your pain and watch over you.
    Your friend,

  2. Words seem so inadequate because there are none that can take away the pain and sorrow that only you can know or experience. I do know that there is no greater magnitude of pain than that felt by the loss of a spouse or child. I can only imagine the heaviness felt in your heart. My hope is to give you some comfort in knowing just how many people deeply care and are full of sorrow and compassion for you.

    Everyone knows that Loise was a gracious individual who made life more pleasant for those around her. She was also very lucky to have such a caring, loving, giving and supportive husband. While she may have left this earth, she is still with you. She is an Angel in heaven helping God to give you strength, guidance, and peace. While you may think you are alone now, you are not because not only will Loise always be with you but from the looks of this guestbook you have more friends than most people can dream about having and if only 1/4 of them think like me or Mary Ellen you will be so busy you won’t even recognize when your friends slowly begin to gain control of your life. Of course, I am only kidding about controlling your life. It is just that so many people honestly care about you and want to support you during this difficult time.

    Don’t forget Ken and I are only 10 minutes away and even if it’s 4 o’clock in the morning and you can’t sleep I want you to promise to call because chances are Coco can’t sleep either and I will have to come over with Kelly so they can have an early morning walk together and I love watching the sun come up.

    My love and heartfelt sympathy, Kathleen Mucha

  3. We had the priviledge and pleasure of knowing Loise for many years. We will miss her dearly.
    We are both committed to help Bill anyway we can.

    Ken and Kathleen

  4. Bill,
    I was sorry to hear of your loss. I wish I could be there for the memorial. Margaret

  5. Mr.Partridge,
    I was shocked and so sad to hear about Mrs.Partridge. She was always a welcome sight at waterlefe and loved by all of us. I hope that you know how much we all love you. My prayers are with you and I hope that with time happy memories fill the saddness.

    hugs and love,
    Rebekahgrill room

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