Condolence: There are not enough words to tell you about Louise. I think her obituary say's most of it.She was a "Nanny" to all of us who got to know her and Austin years ago at Chimney Park in TX. She had a sense of humor like no other.Never uttered a bad word about anyone.Loved to knit and play cards. So many more things I could tell you and she will be missed by so many who knew and loved her. I will miss calling her on her birthday this year. I will still say, "Happy Birthday Louise" and in my heart I know she will hear me. May God Bless her whole family and may she Rest In Peace.
Velma & Bill Marecak.
Condolence: To the Kinney family....I knew Louise, Nanny, for less than two days, as we shared a room at Quarry Hill. I came to know so much aibout her life and how much so many people loved her.. Kelli, a friend and I shared mutual acquaintences from Spruce Head on Louise's last afternoon. The most special time was when Kelli and their friend sat reminiscing about Louise's amazing life. I know she could hear all these wo;derful stories....every time they said something she would joyfully squeeze their hands, enjoying her own story one more time. A few hours later, when Kelly left the room momentarily, her beloved Nanny slipped quickly away. She was not alone. I was there, listening to her last breaths. For this I am so honored, to be a witness in her room as she took wing and left. Kelli, I will always remember you and your beautiful deep love for your Nanny. I am fortunate to know you and your Nanny for that short time we were roommates! Much love to you and your family. Penny Gentle