Mary Beth Fecteau Obituary, Death – Melissa Frost Boffoli: I was recently informed that you (Mary Beth Fecteau) passed away over the weekend, and despite my best efforts this morning to push the thought to the back of my mind, I can’t help but keep thinking about the good times we had together when I think of our relationship. To put it another way, you were one of the kindest and most giving persons I have ever had the opportunity to converse with and spend time with, and I am grateful to you for that. You used to be one of my closest friends, and throughout our time together.
I always believed you did an excellent job of being a companion. You have made it a point to check in on me and see how I am doing even when you haven’t been in the best of health yourself. This is in spite of the fact that you are aware that I have been battling a lot of health challenges over the course of the past several years. I will never forget the way in which our chats always left me with the idea that I was cared for, and it is something that I will always treasure. I will never forget the way in which our conversations always left me with the impression that I was cared for.
I am very disappointed that we haven’t had a conversation in such a long time; I look forward to them very much. I was thinking about how much I missed seeing you on a regular basis and how much time had passed since the last time we had interacted with one another. I realized how much time had passed since the last time we had talked to one another. You hold a very important place in my heart, just as I’m sure you do in the hearts of many people all across the world. I think of you often and I’m grateful for the friendship we’ve shared.
Because of you, I am extremely excited to see what the future has in store for us. I will never stop remembering you, and I promise to do all in my ability to treat other people with the same care and thoughtfulness that you displayed throughout the few brief years that you were here on earth. I will never stop thinking about you. You, Mary Beth Fecteau, will be remembered with affection by a significant number of individuals until the very last day of our lives. RIP