Guest Book for

Kristine Barbara Guest

 

  

March 14, 2005

I would just like to let the Guest family know that my prayers and thoughts are with them. I worked with Kristine and Nathan at Foodmart. Unfortunatly, I did not know Kristine that well--but whatever contact I had with her she was so sweet and always had a beautiful smile on her face. And to Nathan-stay strong. You are such a great person and remember that she still lives on in all of you.

  

Christina Gilbert (West Hartford, CT )
christina.gilbert@comcast.net


  

February 26, 2005

Kristine was always a good listener. i would often times venture over to MV on campus to see Kristine and Amanda. I have this problem where i just don't stop talking ever but Kristine would honestly listen to every word anyway. She called me out on all my weird phrases that i never even realized i said every five seconds in conversation until she called me out on it. I remember on the long trip to the adirondacks, we were in the back seat together, and we talked about so many random things and got to know each other better than we had all year. It is a great memory i will always cherish...and i will always finish the majority of my sentense with 'no lie' since she seemed to get such a kick out of it everytime that phrase popped up in which ever story i was telling at the time.

Kristine you're always in my thoughts, Love MJ

  

Mary (MJ) Gainey (Allentown, PA )
mary.gainey@quinnipiac.edu


  

February 15, 2005

to the guest family,

i wish you comfort in knowing that your daughter is in heaven watching over you now. my son ryan also went to quinnipiac university and went to heaven march 22, 2004. i know the pain that you feel and someday time will heal somewhat but i found a great support from my sons friends and how they keep his memory alive.

i extend to you my son's favorite of all time to his friends and family and that is a great bear hug. may your time of sorrow be short and know that kristine is well in heaven. i have asked my son to greet her and walk together beside the both of us to yield some comfort.

God bless all of you and give you peace .

peggy o'neil

  

peggy o'neil (covina, CA )
irishqumum@yahoo.com


  

February 13, 2005

Kristine- It broke our hearts to lose you but you did not go alone. A part of us went with you on the day God called you home.
Steve, Ellen, Nathan, Julie- You are very special people. Cherish each other, as well as the life and memories of Kristine. You have our love, our deepest sympathy, and our continual on-going support.

  

Philip C. Guest (Meriden, CT )
philipct1@aol.com


  

February 12, 2005

KRISTINE WAS A WONDERFUL PERSON. I WORKED WITH HER AND NATHAN AT FOOD MART. YOU HAVE GREAT CHILDREN. SHE WAS QUIET BUT OH SO NICE! SHE WAS A VERY GOOD CASHIER AND FRIENDLY TO EVERYONE.I AM VERY GRATEFUL TO HAVE KNOWN HER. IT IS SO ODD BUT MY DAD DIED THE SAME DAY SHE DID AND HE WAS AT SHEEHAN ALSO. HE WAS BURIED TUESDAY. IF ONLY I HAD KNOWN ABOUT HER I WOULD OF LIKED TO PAY MY RESPECTS. I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. THANK GOD WE ALL HAD HER FOR A WHILE. NOW SHE IS WITH GOD AND RESTING IN PEACE. MARIA

  

MARIA ALMEIDA (BOLTON, CT )


  

February 12, 2005

Dear Guest Family,
I am terribly sorry about the loss of Kristine. She was truely a wonderful soul and touched the lives of many. She will always be remembered and carried with those of Conard High School Class of 2002. I feel truly honored to have known Kristine.

  

Meg Hutcheson (West Hartford, CT )
Margaret.Hutcheson@students.siena.edu


  

February 12, 2005

Dear Guest Family
Even though I never met Kristine, her vibrancy, personality, and accomplishments were always mentioned when I met with Steve. While I cannot fathom the sadness and grief which I know you all feel with your tremendous loss, I am sure that she will live in the minds and hearts of all who knew her and know you. My wife Aimee joins me in sending our sincerest condolences to all of you at this very sad time.

Stephen Doctoroff

  

Stephen Doctoroff (Plymouth, MA )


  

February 11, 2005

Though her life was cut short she did so much for so many people. No one could possible forget what an amazing friend she was to us...the chillies crew... no matter what happened to us as whole we were the best of friends. You helped me relize that there is so much more to life then just books. Thank you.

  

Melissa Mazur (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 11, 2005

My 'Original Roomie' I will never forget move-in day at Simmons. We quickly adopted eachother as family members away from home. I remember us and our parents eating in Bartol for the first time, and amazingly enough thinking it wasn't that bad! You introduced me to all of my current friends at Simmons and you are certainly one of the most genuinely kind people I have ever met. You are forever loved and sorely missed by all that knew you, "Krissy". Thanks for some of the best memories of my life thus far. You will always be in our hearts and prayers. Eternal Peace.

Love "Sibby"

  

Siobhan Casey (Boston, MA )


  

February 10, 2005

Guest Family and Friends,
Please accept these heartfelt condolences from California. I know that the loss of your wonderful Kristine has been devastating and that she will be missed terribly, but will always be in your heart. Know that friends of the Noda family hold you close in our thoughts and prayers during this time. Be there to comfort one another as the Lord is there to comfort you.
With deepest sorrow,
The Miller Family

  

Marianne Miller (Mission Viejo, CA )


  

February 10, 2005

There are so many wonderful things I remember when I think about my memories knowing "Krissy". She was such a beautiful girl, both inside and out. I never had many friends before I came to college, and it meant more to me than anything else to know that Krissy cared so much about me. She loved all of her friends and made sure she expressed that. I am so grateful to have known her and gotten to spend time being one of her best friends. She will always have a big place in my heart and I have faith that I will see her again someday. I love you and miss you more than anything Krissy. I look up to the sky and think of you watching over all of us.

  

Hillary Dearborn (Boston, MA )
hillary.dearborn@simmons.edu


  

February 10, 2005

Dear Ellen and family,
I've spoken to you many times. I did not know your daughter, but have heard many good and wonderful things about her. Please know that your are in our prayers.
With warmest thoughts,
Betty & John Cronin and family

  

Betty Cronin (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 9, 2005

To the Guest Family,

My thoughts and prayers are all with you. Even though Kristine was at Simmons for a year, I couldn't imagine my life at Simmons and Boston without her beautiful smile. She made everyday here joyous; it was full of laughter, smiles and jokes of all sorts. She made such an impact on our lives here, more than you'll ever know. When she smiled, the world smiled back. She's watching over us, making sure that we'll be okay every step of the way.

Krissy--you're an amazing person. Sweet, smart, sincere in every way. I wouldn't have survived accounting without you. I love you. I miss you. You are forever a friend in my heart. I know you're watching all of us...I know it.

  

My-Ann Lam (Fullerton, CA )


  

February 9, 2005

MY BELOVED NIECE, SHER, WILL ALWAYS WATCH OVER YOUR BELOVED KRISTINE, IN HEAVEN. YOU WILL FEEL HER PRESENCE......EVERY SINGLE MOMENT. SHE WILL BE WITH YOU ALL....I'M SOOOOOOOOO SORRY FOR YOUR GREAT LOSS. LOVE & PRAYERS, "AUNT" OWENS (CT/TX)

  

MARY "AUNT" OWENS (SPRINGTOWN, TX )


  

February 9, 2005

Guest Family,
We have been friends with the Noda family forever and a day and we were devastated to hear about the loss of your precious Kristine. You are living a parent's worst nightmare and I pray that God gives you the strength to endure. I hope you can take comfort that He has a bigger plan for Christine in Heaven.You are in our thoughts and prayers.

  

The Murray Family (Mission Viejo, CA )


  

February 9, 2005

I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your daughter. I know there are no words to easy your pain. As a parent, the loss of any child brings saddness to my heart. It is times like these that remind me to cherish the moments I have with those I love. My thought and prayers will be with you. May God grant you comfort and strenght.

  

Sharon Campbell (Mission Viejo, CA )


  

February 9, 2005

To the Guest Family:
I do not know your family but would like to express my heartfelt thoughts of sympathy and prayers to you all. May G-d give you the strength you need at this difficut time.
G-d Bless you
Hyla C. Sklar

  

Hyla C. Sklar (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 9, 2005

To Kristine's family and friends;
I do not know any of you. I came across Kristine's obituary at work this morning and had to hide my tears. My heart aches for you. Find comfort in knowing that not a day will pass that your beloved Kristine will not be with you. Look for her presence during the day and be aware of her in your dreams at night. She will be there. Appreciate what she was sent here to teach you. At the end of your journy's here on Earth, she will be there to greet you, smiling. The love you share will never and could never separate you.
Jillsie83@AOL.com

  

Jill (CT )


  

February 9, 2005

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February 9, 2005

Our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of your beautiful(inside and outside) Kristine. Kristine was our grandchildren, Josh and Hannah's first babysitter and loved her so much. Whenever we were in her company we were impressed with her warmth,friendliness and grace. Our hearts go out to you at this time. Ruth and Steve Weisenberg

  

ruth weisenberg (boynton beach, FL )
ruthiemema@aol.com


  

February 9, 2005

Guest family my prayers are with you. There are no words that can sooth your pain. All I can say is that she is in a better place and there are reasons for everything that happens in this world. Reasons that only God knows why and we will never understand.

  

Margie P (Manchester, CT )


  

February 9, 2005

Dear Ellen & Family,
Words cannot adequately express my sympathy at the loss of your beautiful, vibrant daughter. You are all in my family's thoughts and prayers. The world and our community mourn the passing of a beautiful spirit, we cannot know what Kristine would have brought us, but we can be sure it would have been wonderful and we shall be poorer for it's loss.

  

Aoife Toomey (West Hartford, CT )
aoife@westhartford.org


  

February 9, 2005

Dear Guest family-
I am incredibly sorry for your loss. All of my thoughts and my prayers go out to you. Kristine was an awesome person, I only wish that should could have spent more time with us. She will never be forgotten.

  

Larissa & Gail Corso (West Hartford, CT )
Larissbis84@aol.com


  

February 9, 2005

Ellen & Stephen & Family,
Our hearts were broken when we learn of the tragic accident. There are no words that can ease your pain. We hope you will find comfort in knowing you are in the thoughts and prayers of so many people.

  

Renee & Bob McCue (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 9, 2005

We understand, we too lost our 6 year old son Jensen in 2003. Children are the light of every parents heart, when we are left to grieve them we feel so alone, you are not. There are many of us to walk along the journey together. We are here.Kristine has filled your life with treasures that are yours forever.Hold tight to one another and we will hold you in our prayers.

  

Cindy&Fred Lynn (Cromwell, CT )
colynn@snet.net


  

February 9, 2005

"Those that live in the hearts of others never die..."

Kristine will surely live on among us, she has touched so many people along her path. We only wish that we could have had her here longer.

  

Katy Bush (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 9, 2005

Dear Steve, Ellen, Julie,and Nathan:

Only God knows why he called Kristine back so early. We will forever miss her and mourn our loss of her future, but he had a different plan. We will always remember her as a kind, quiet angel who walked with grace, loved her family, and blessed those who knew her. Her last blessing to us all is a stark reminder to hold each other very close because we never know what the sunrise will bring.

Love and God Bless....The Noda's who are too far away right now..see you very soon.

  

Linda Noda (Mission Viejo, CA )


  

February 8, 2005

To Kristine's family,
My prayers are with you all at this difficult time. Kristine was a good friend to me always and she will be missed. Regretably I am not in the states and cannot attended services, but I will be there in spirit and all my prayers will be with you.

  

Katie Berlin (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

Dear Steve,
I cannot begin to express the remorse that I, and all of the Uzanas family feel over the tragic loss of your much loved daughter, Kristine. Please know that we pray you will find the strength in your spiritual beliefs to guide your family through this unbearably difficult time.
Most sincerely and sympathetically,

Ray

  

Raymond Uzanas (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

Dear Guest Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Kristine was one of the sweetest girls and will be sincerely missed by all the people that knew and loved her. My prayers are with you and your family during this time.

  

Katie S (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

Dear Guest Family:
Kristine was a student of mine last fall. She was a good student, quiet, capable, with a gentle smile. I was so sorry to hear of her death. I wish I had words to soothe your pain. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Anita Visentin-Perito

  

Anita Visentin-Perito (Branford, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

To the Guest Family,

How blessed our daughter, Maureen, was to have such a wonderful friendship with your beautiful Kristine. As a family,we will always hold a special place in our heart for Kristine.
May all the memories bring you comfort at this difficult time.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Gary,Kathleen,Kelly,Maureen ,Molly Wirth

  

KATHLEEN WIRTH (TOWSON, MD )


  

February 8, 2005

Dear Guest family,

I just want to send my sincerest condolences for you loss. Kristine was the sweetest and most kindhearted girl anyone could ever meet. She had a beautiful smile that always brightened anyone's day, whether they knew her or met her for the first time. God bless your family in this time of grief. I am very sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers.

  

Dominique Warner (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

Dear Nathan and Family,
On behalf of the King Philip Middle School community, I want to express my heartfelt sympathy to you on the loss of Kristine. You will be in our thoughts and prayers as you grieve for Kristine.
With great sympathy,
Mary Hourdequin, Principal

  

Mary Hourdequin (CT )


  

February 8, 2005

To the Guest Family,
I was so shocked about the death of Kristine Guest. Kristine was a friend of mine at Waldbaums food market. I worked with Kristine at Waldbaums food market and she was the best cashier and I was her bagger. I cannot believe that she is gone. The Guest Family must think about the good moments you had with Kristine, that is the most important thing right now to get through this hard time. I would like to add a special thought to the memory of Kristine Guest.

Kristine I will always remember
Your smile, your beautiful voice Your Kindness to the customers,
you were a Shining star. So on behalf of Waldbaums We will miss you dearly.

  

Bobby Grande (Bloomfield, CT )
bobbygrande644@msn.com


  

February 8, 2005

I remember first meeting Kristine... We had a legal studies class together last Spring. It was a tough class at times and she made it bareable. When I transferred into another section of the class, I knew it just wouldn't be the same without her. We kept in touch though, and even recently, at a yoga class, talked about different classes we had taken and how they were. She was the type of person to always give you a smile and a hi when passing, and I'll never forget that.

My thoughts and prayers are with your entire family and all of Kristine's friends at this difficult time.

With deepest sympathy,
Lindsay

  

Lindsay Blaha (Nashua, NH )
lindsay.blaha@quinnipiac.edu


  

February 8, 2005


Dear Guest Family,

We wish to express our
deepest sympathy for losing Christine. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this heart wrenching time.

The Gengel Family

  

Linda Gengel (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

Kristine was my best friend at Quinnipiac. I met her last year when we both transferred to qu. I'll never forget we were going to an orientation meeting. She told me to meet her under the light by the tree. Needless to say, there seemed to be a million lightposts near trees. Since then, we have been inseperable at qu. The best friendship memories I have had, come from being with her. She made my transfer to qu, the best experience ever. Kristine truly showed me the meaning of a true friendship and has forever changed my life.

I love you and miss you so much it hurts. You have left the biggest mark on my heart, and I thank you for all the times that we did share, and I will never forget you. Watch over your family, friends and lancey.

  

maureen wirth (hamden, CT )
maureen.wirth@quinnipiac.edu


  

February 8, 2005

Dear Ellen and Family,

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. "They are not gone who live in the hearts of those they leave behind" ... Kristine will always be with you.

  

Penny Stankoski (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

To the Guest Family,
We are so sorry for the loss of your lovely daughter, Kristine. We have always looked at your family with great admiration...such giving, caring wonderful people. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
The Bemis Family (Karen, Mark, Jenny and Heather)

  

(West Hartford)


  

February 8, 2005

Kristine was my best friend at Quinnipiac. I met her last year when we transferred together. I'll never forget when she told me to meet her under the lightpost by the tree to go to our orientation meeting, but than we both realized there were a million lights next to trees. Needless to say, that moment started the best friendship of my junior year. I'll never forget you Kristine, all the crazy memories we had at qu, you were the sweetest person I have ever met. You'll always be in my heart. I love you and miss you everyday. Life will never be the same without you here.

  

Maureen Wirth (Hamden, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

To the Guest family:
I was so sorry to hear of Kristine's passing. I will always remember her as the beautiful, quiet girl in my brother's Braeburn school class who was brimming with grace from an early age. Stay strong, and know that Kristine will always be with you.

Sara E. Demos

  

Sara Demos (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

I still remember the first day we met, you were a wonderful person and we became great friends, and i'm greatful to God for our friendship, and all the great memorize i have of You KK.
I love you girl soo much and i know you know. Friends like you are very hard to find, you were someone that i could trust with anything.
I'm going to miss you but just know that you are always going to be in my heart forever
TQM
Vanessa T

  

Vanessa Tobon (West Hartford, CT )
vltobo06@holycross.edu


  

February 8, 2005

Dear Steve:
I am so sorry for your loss. My own daughter just turned age 20, but I cannot imagine what you and your family are going through.

If there is anything I can do ( or if you just want to talk), please let me know.

With deepest sympathy,
Jeff

  

Jeffrey Cullen (Simsbury, CT )
jeffrey.cullen@hartfordlife.com


  

February 8, 2005

Our sincere sympathy extended to all the family members and relatives.

  

Bill & Flo Wells (Palm Bay, FL )


  

February 8, 2005

Dear Ellen & Family:
My heart goes out to you and your whole family. You are in my thoughts & prayers. God Love You All

  

Barbara Kielbasa (West Hartford)


  

February 8, 2005

Dear Steve and Ellen,
Your loss is unimaginable.
My heart aches for you all.
May your faith and all our prayers
help you through your loss.
Love, Merrily

  

Merrily Moynihan (West Hartford, CT )
mamsie@comcast.net


  

February 8, 2005

Nature's first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower;
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.
Robert Frost
____________________________ _____________
In regards to Kristine. Life is short and precious. It's people like you that have appreciation for life as a virtue. May your memory never be forgotten and peace surround you.

  

Eva Dworak (Farmington, CT )
eva.dworak@uconn.edu


  

February 8, 2005

Steve, Ellen, Nathan and Julie:
A few weeks ago, I was driving home from the store and passed Julie, Kristine and their mom walking the dog. I waved, but wasn't sure if any of them saw me. I was struck at the time by the sight of the three Guest women linked arm in arm, walking down the street and remember thinking to myself, "What a close family they are." May the love you have for each other be a source of comfort during this unthinkably difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Love,
John, Debbie, Allison and David

  

John Mayo (West Hartford, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

To the Guest Family,
my deepest sympathies go out to you during your time of need. Kristine and I were high school buddies, She was the sweetest person and had a huge heart. It's sad the she had to go, but don't mourn her death remember her life and what a great person she was. Kristine is now an angel and watching over everyone . Thoughts and prayers are with you . April S. Long

  

April long (West Hartford, CT )
trinyse710@yahoo.com


  

February 8, 2005

I went to school with Kristine at Quinnipiac, Its sad to see you go, please look down on us, where ever you are and keep an eye on your family, Every yours,

  

Chris (Woodbridge, CT )


  

February 8, 2005

i love you kristine, u meant so much to me and i learned so much from you - you will never know the depth of your impact on my life. i miss u so much , but my heart will carry on with a piece of you inside. i love you babe. i hope ur content up in heaven watching down over all of us. you will always be remembered. xoxoxoxooxoxoxooxoxoxooxoxoxoox

- Ahna Patel

  

archana patel (west hartford, CT )