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  1. She was a special Lady and we really enjoyed the time we were around her. She will be missed so much, but now she is with God and has peace. We’ll sorry for the family’s loss, and you all will be in our prayers. May God Bless Each and Everyone and especially her Husband, Don. Our Thoughts are with you and our prayers.

  2. Penny was a dear friend and I loved her very much. She will be missed by everyone who knew and loved her. Our thoughts and Prayers are with her husband Don, children and grandchildren. Betty

  3. Penny was more than a friend to me, she was like a mother. I could talk to her and she to me, I will miss her greatly. RIP Penny.

  4. Penny was more than a friend to me, she was like a mother. I could talk to her and she to me, I will miss her greatly. RIP Penny.

  5. Thinking of you all and hoping God will give you the strength to pull you through this difficult time. Remember….you always have the memories, they last a lifetime :

  6. Penny Trotter was the person we all aspire to be: a mentor and friend to all, an intelligent woman with more than her fair share of wit, a thoughtful and generous soul, and true grace and grit personified. Being with her, or just thinking of her, brings a smile. This world has lost some of its beauty, but Heaven has gained it. My heartfelt condolences to the family, and to all of us who will sorely miss her.

  7. Don and Family,
    Please accept our deepest heartfelt sympathy in the loss of your dear beloved Penny. She was a very special
    person and will be missed by all.

  8. Donald and Family,

    We are asking GOD to keep you all in his loving arms during this very sad time. Although we didn’t share a great deal of time with Penny, she was always a very sweet and kind lady. May GOD grant you all peace and mercy. Love to you all, Brenda and Frank Padovani

  9. Dear Don and Family,

    I’m so sorry for your loss and pray that your pain will quickly turn to only sweet memories. May God give you comfort in knowing that she worries and hurts no more.

  10. I just heard about Penny’s death and am so very sorry. Penny and I were colleagues and friends for many years; she was a great person and a very good friend. Don, You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers tomorrow. Sorry we will be unable to be there in person. God bless you all.

  11. I am so sorry to hear of Penny’s passing. I knew Penny from Weight Watchers and church. She was such a dear woman. You and your family are in our prayers.

  12. It is said that when you hear a bell, it means an angel is getting her wings…I will be ringing a bell for Penny on Friday evening. ~ JP

  13. Our deepest sympathy to you. We will be keeping your family in our prayers.
    Psalm 48:14
    For this is God, Our God forever and ever; He will be our guide even to death.

  14. I worked with Penny at John Hancock. She was a pleasure to work with, such a sweet person. I am very sorry for your loss. She will truly be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  15. I first met Penny when I started working at John Hancock 30 years ago.

    She always had time to help and often assisted me in explaining the nuances of our group insurance contracts to our clients.

    My condolences to her family.

  16. Don and family,

    We are so sorry to hear of your lose. Penny was a wonderful friend and mentor. I worked with her at John Hancock and have great memories of our working days.
    Pam Camp

  17. Penny and I worked together at John Hancock for many years. She became a friend and was my go-to expert about the contract world. We usually ended up talking about our family and what was happening. Those little talks would always put a smile on my face. Please accept my condolences on your loss.

    Jennie Klarzuk
    Marietta, GA

  18. Our prayers go out to you Don in this time of sorrow. We know you and many others will miss her

    Larry and Roxy Cupp

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