1921 ∼ 2020
Nora of Centerville wrote:
Forever~"The Queen". I know your journey has been completed because Dad sent a penny down yesterday! With love from ME, Craig and your Boston travelling companion Piper.
Heather Jatczak of Marstons Mills, MA wrote:
Grayce always had a smile when I or my family would see her. She will be missed by all who knew her.
Norma Schmidt of Centerville, MA wrote:
May your joyous spirit and zest for life be carried on by all those that had the pleasure of knowing you and your family. A LIFE WELL LIVED.
Lynda J. Bradley-Guerra of Ellicott City, Maryland wrote:
My thoughts and prayers are with you and yours during the homecoming of our Aunt Grayce. God bless.
Jeanne (Marion) Rudzinski of West Harwich, MA wrote:
Imagine the celebration in heaven - Mom and Grayce telling stories and laughing together again. To Cynthia, Julia, and Nora, peace and love to your whole Monteiro family from the Marion family.
Joyce T Holway of East Machias wrote:
I enjoyed reading this obituary. She was truly a remarkable woman and you were very lucky to have had her for so long, but it's never long enough. I was not privileged to know her but after reading about her, she is no longer a stranger.
PatriciaChase Johnson of Marstons Mills wrote:
I remember Mrs. Monteiro well. she worked side by side with Alice Egan & My mother for a while At Ezra Baker kitchen. So kind to all the Children. She was a great lady. So sorry
Rich Newcomb of Newport Beach, CA wrote:
Mrs. Monteiro fed us every day at Ezra H. Baker. I still remember her smile. She made a lasting impression and we were all Blessed to have her in our lives.
Mark Lawrence of Mashpee, MA wrote:
So sorry to learn of the loss of such a great lady. It was my absolute pleasure to have met Mrs. Monteiro, it is only today that I learnt her first name, when I first came to Cape Cod over 40 years ago at the Dennisport and Route 134 Mobil Gas Stations. Mrs Monteiro was always such a lady, so kind and gentle. Over the years our paths would cross and I would ask how her children were and she would always beam with pride telling me their latest accomplishments. Not so long ago she came for an ice cream and was as gracious as ever. We lost a beautiful lady. But, I am certain she is catching up with her dear husband and being the great person she is and not missing a beat. Rest In Peace and my Deepest Condolences to the family. May God Bless You All.
Amy Pretto of Montclair, Nj wrote:
During this Valentine’s weekend, I can’t help but think of the Monteiro/Johnson love for Graciepoo. While I didn’t have a chance to visit with her often, it was evident that she was lively, graceful and adored by family. I pray for peace of heart for those that loved her dearly, with special hugs to my dear friend Diane.