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Maureen Bartron (Wierzbicki)

September 1, 1945 - July 30, 2020

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Posted by:
Lisa Champeau

Posted on:
August 5, 2020

She was a wonderful thoughtful person-- very genuine! So sorry she's gone! I pass her "gardens" almost daily and can attest to their beauty, another example of Maureen's "caring" soul-- may they live on and remind us of her joy! Lisa Champeau

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
August 4, 2020

John and family , So very sorry for your loss. Sending Heartfelt Prayers and love to all. Loretta

Posted by:
Tammy

Posted on:
August 4, 2020

Peace to all of her family. She certainly was a light in the world. Our paths crossed often over many years and people and places we shared a love of from her Mom Eva to our most beloved Chincoteague and meeting her on the beach accidentally all because I recognized her voice to passing your home to and from work and enjoying the amazing gardens created there. She will certainly be called to mind every time I visit the ocean which appears to be in the background of the beautiful picture shared here.

Posted by:
Jim

Posted on:
August 3, 2020

I am so sorry. An amazing soul who I packed so many so lovingly.

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BOB & ANNE LYNCH

Posted on:
August 2, 2020

Dear John, Elizabeth, Emily & Families - we are very saddened to hear of Maureen's passing. You are all in our thoughts at this difficult time. We have great memories of you all. Rest in peace Maureen for a life well spent. Bob and Anne Lynch

Posted by:
Cindi faller

Posted on:
August 2, 2020

So so sorry to see this. John and family my sincerest prayers go out to you and your family. I always loved when I ran into you two when you were out shopping. Prayers and hugs to your family

Posted by:
Ashley Yatsonsky

Posted on:
August 2, 2020

To John and family I’m so deeply sorry to hear the loss of Maureen. I remember when you guys would come in to Tractor Supply and she and John would talk about the things they’ve done amongst the years. Found out she worked with my grandmother at Wayne Memorial. When we had our first child Maureen gave me this amazing handmade blanket for our son. She was such a sweet woman and will be missed dearly. Thoughts and prayers sent to the family during this hard time.

Posted by:
Greg Franceski

Posted on:
August 2, 2020

Barb, Kathy, Stanley, and John, I am very sorry for your great loss. I will always remember Reene as a fun person with a big heart. Please take some comfort in knowing that she is resting at peace with Our Lord.

Posted by:
Linda Monaghan

Posted on:
August 2, 2020

John and family, was saddened to read of Maureen’s passing. I first met her when I started working out of nursing school at Mose’s Taylor and then very surprised to find she came to Wayne Memorial after finding the love of her life. Please know that she was a most wonderful person who touched soo many lives, including mine. My sincerest condolences and heartfelt sorrow to all of you. Prayers and hugs. Linda Monaghan .

Posted by:
Joyce Bannon

Posted on:
August 2, 2020

What a wonderful nurse and a wonderful person. Always with an upbeat personality and always smiling. She is a huge part of Wayne Memorial Hospital history!

Posted by:
Sue Nordenhold

Posted on:
August 1, 2020

To the family and friends of Maureen, I am so sorry to learn of Maureen's passing. I was unaware that she was not well. She was a wonderful person, a great friend, and an amazing part of Wayne Memorial. She was always helpful and encouraging with everything she was a part of. Please know that I shall keep you all in my heartfelt thoughts and prayers. May your memories give you great comfort. With love and friendship always, Sue Nordenhold

Posted by:
Alexis Duboi

Posted on:
August 1, 2020

This incredibly strong, dedicated lady was to me, the calm n every storm and I went to her often just to vent during her time at the hospital. No matter what was going on n her busy day Maureen would always have time to flash that silly smile that made u wonder what she was smiling about.Once Maureen retired the halls seemed less lively but echoed many many memories. When I asked her what her life will be like after she retiredshe laughed and said , oh boy LOTS OF CAR SHOWS AND KIDS. I will miss u my lady and I am so blessed to have known u and when I think of u my heart will smile just like your silly smile. RIP now, u did well.

Posted by:
Rich and Mary

Posted on:
August 1, 2020

I am so shaken by this news. I am so very sorry to see this and I will be keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers. She was a remarkable woman. Again prayers be sent to you all

Posted by:
Sandy Rowe

Posted on:
August 1, 2020

John, Elizabeth, and Emily, Our hearts go out to each of you and your families on the passing of this wonderful life loving, giving woman,. So many memories she has left us with, which will always bring a smile to my face when I think of her. I so enjoyed running into her somewhere and catching up on each of you. You all were the light of her life. Prayers to all. Love, Sandy Rowe

Posted by:
Jean Tuttle

Posted on:
July 31, 2020

Emily, Elizabeth and John! I am so very sorry! Maureen was loved by many!