Guest Book for David Henry Babineau

Provided by Short, Williamson & Diamond

Posted by: Karen Paterson Haley
Fri July 13, 2012
We have such wonderful memories of your Dad.  He was such a happy, joyful man and full of love.  I hope your loving memories help you through this sad time.

love, Karen, Tyler and Jessica
 

 
Posted by: Susan Colarusso
Fri July 13, 2012
Terri, Robyn, Alan, David, John and Amy
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Uncle Dave was an awesome guy, loving father, grandfather and uncle.
So many memories of Belmont we'll cherish forever.
Love, Susan, Dan and family
"Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in Heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know that they are happy."
 

 
Posted by: Patti & Ed Caira
Fri July 13, 2012
Terri, Robyn, Alan, David, Hope, John, Amy and David,

You are all in our thoughts during this difficult time.  We have such fond memories of Uncle Dave .. always so good-natured and never without a smile.  Hopefully, your wonderful memories of your Dad (and grandfather) will help to ease the sadness that you feel, today.

Love,
Patti & Eddie
 

 
Posted by: Tom Campbell
Fri July 13, 2012
My sympathy to the Babineau Family,
I had the pleasure of working with David at McLean Hospital.  He was hard working, dedicated and pleasant to everyone who came in contact with him.
We will keep the fond memory of a fine gentleman.
 

 
Posted by: Tom Kenney
Tue July 17, 2012
To the Babineau family,

I am very sorry to hear about the passing of your father.  He was a wonderful man.  Every time I saw him he had a smile, a joke, and a warm thought for everyone around him.

Please accept my deepest sympathy.


 

 
Posted by: Edward McHugh
Tue July 24, 2012
I have the fondest of memories of   Christmas  and the 4th of July   at Belmont  with Uncle Dave and Aunt Ruthie.
    I loved that old house, in retrospect, an architectural marvel.
  I remember  my trips to the basement and the old coal shoot and  the  big dirty
oil furnace and how dark and scary it was but how warm and inclusive it was
in the home  upstairs. The Xmas tree was  swathed in tinsel   and lit by a revolving colored light so much the expression of the time.
    Aunt Ruthie  and Uncle Dave  never failed to produce winter gloves for us all  year after year  at Christmas,
  a testament  to  their  sense of family.
   My condolences to all uncle  Daves  children and survivors
   lucky all were to have been blessed by Uncle Dave and his sense of  inclusiveness.

  Edward McHugh