I have known Molly for over 8 years and although we never met, we did speak over the phone a few times, all the way to England. Molly was a special friend and her love of life and humour was an inspiration to me. I know that Molly is now sitting next to the good Lord full of joy and happiness without any pain. Rest in peace my very dear friend...you were very special and will never be forgotten. John Seyghal
Molly and I were e-mail buddies for many many years. We have talked on the phone but never met. I loved Molly very much and we were best friends. She always brightened my day. Molly Loved Our Lord and now she rests peacefully with Him. Her pain and suffering are no more. She was an example to follow and I will keep Her in my heart always.
Janie Sue Poole
I will never forget the day we met on Pogo.Playing a solitaire game,we struck up a casual conversation & were friends for life,from then on!
Molly never thought about herself,but all those who are suffering or downhearted.
My whole family felt like they knew her from all our laughing & joking over the internet.I am so glad I got to talk to her onthe phone one last time,& I know she is watching Miss Prissy comforting me with plenty of rubs & tears & mews of her own.
I can't wait to see you in God's place for us.You will always be in my heart "old girl'!But I know God has given you back your youth & I'm just so jealouse right now!LOL!
I'm really going to miss you. Over the years, we have had some great conversations and a lot of laughs. Although we never met, I considered you a good friend and I hope you felt the same.
Richard A. Motto
We are first cousins. My mother was Sophia Trudics. We never met, but I did meet Brian when he was around 12 yrs. old.
I met Molly through my aunt Lorraine Stewart. Molly and I had something in common and we consoled each other on sevral occaisions. Although I live in California distance was not a problem all we had to do was to pick up the phone and we were instantly connected. Molly was always kind, helpful and a great listener. I will miss her gentle voice and words of encouragement. I love you Molly you are with the angels now.
So sorry to hear of Molly passing, though maybe with the way things are going with the nation and the world it might be a bit of a blessing. Sleep well Molly. And hang in there Brian and family.
Remember, Brian etal, enjoy and love folks while they are here.
May God's Grace be with you and your loved ones.
I've known Molly for over 25 years. We've shared so much together. We would talk, laugh, tell jokes and sent many emails to each other. She was my best friend . . my big Sister. I will miss her terribly. She suffered a lot this last year but she put up a good fight right to the end. I know that she is now in a much better place, pain free and much happier.
We always ended our conversations with; "I Love you Sis and I Love you back, take care".
I will never forget her and I will always hold her in my heart. I love you Ms. Molly and always will.
I know your resting now, and I will always hold you in that special place . . my heart.
Love Ya Sis . . . Lo
Molly...I missed you when you moved from Broomfield to Ohio and I'll miss you even more now that you're gone.
Love to all of your family.
I knew Molly for a short time. But she was the nicest caring person I knew. I lived with her up until I joined the military. I know now she is watching over me. My prayers are with the family.