So sorry to hear of your loss. He brought a lot of happiness to all.
Dave, Rita and Lisa, I am so sad to hear that Marc has left our family. When I looked into his eyes, I always felt that he had something to tell us. As I said to Lisa in a message, one of, if not THE, biggest regrets that I live with is not having spent more time with my uncles, aunts and cousins and not having gotten to know the new members of our large O,Connor famille. Marc had the best and most loving care any boy/man with a disability could hope for. While he has moved on, he lives on in your love for each other at this sad and difficult time . . . and forever. With love and hugs, Gina.
You shall be missed by so many people. I worked in another class but I went to visit you three or four times a week just to enjoy your company and smile. Rest in peace now.
Dear Lisa, Dave and Rita. My heart goes out to all of you. It is hard to come to terms with the loss of someone so loved. My prayers go out to all of you.
I am so sorry to hear of Marc's passing. I still think of him (and your family) often and cherish the memories of him. I will always think of Marc sitting in the gym in his wheelchair and refusing to push until I flipped my hair. I can still hear his squeals of glee followed by the chuckle. He had me wrapped around his little finger, or index finger as he pointed at me telling me what he wanted. I always enjoyed the time I spent with him at your home, you're such a wonderful family. Sending my love and healing to your family.