Mildred Maria Mansfield Friday, November 19, 1920 - Sunday, April 30, 2017

 

Colonie - Mildred Maria Mansfield, April 30, 2017. (96)  Wife of the late James J. Mansfield; she enjoyed being a homemaker.  Friends may call at the funeral home,  Friday, 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM. Funeral service 10:30 AM at the funeral home.  Interment Our lady of Help Christians Cemetery Glenmont.


Sorry for your lost.millie was a great person
I loved being her aide at Londonville.millie you will be missed.

Millie, 

I will never forget your smile and your laugh. You had so much love for your family and friends. I loved your stories and am so grateful to have had you in my life. I am happy for you that you are now with Jim and your parents. Your heart can finally be at peace. Please continue to watch over all of us as our new angel in heaven. We love you and you will always be with us in our hearts. 

Aunt Millie was a wonderful person in our lives.  She was quite the historian and was always so excited to regale us youngsters of our family's history.  Her kindness and brightness cannot be understated.  She will be missed.

Millie, you will be greatly missed by all who have had the good fortune of knowing you. It has been wonderful sharing so many memories over the years. Alot of laughs and a few tears along the way. You enjoyed telling stories about the family and we loved learning about our ancestors. I am so blessed, thankful, and honored to have been a part of your life. You are the kindest, most loving and generous person I have ever met. I will never forget you and will always love you from the bottom of my heart. I know you will be at peace now, reuniting with all of your loved ones. They will be waiting with open arms. God bless you and rest in peace.

millie, i am sadden that you had to leave us, but happy you are now with your loved ones that u missed for so long. i will forever miss you. I love you. sleep in peace. 

Millie, thank you for being apart of my life, you have thought me so many things. I will forever miss you and love you. May you sleep in peace. Enjoy your loved ones you have mourned over for years.

Millie,I am so sadden that it was your time to go. Rest in peace now and enjoy your loved ones that you missed deeply. I am happy that you are with them now and not suffering in any way. I will forever love you. And never forget the times we had together. You started out as my client, and ended up being a friend, and apart of my family. Sleep in peace.

What can I say, Millie?  You have been a total blessing to me, to David,  and to our two dogs who loved you unconditionally.  You were and are such a special person with faith and hope that has no end.  I hope we have given you a good send-off and that you were happy for the years you lived with us.  I will miss you terribly.  I love you and always will.  You were a special human being and I hope we made your passing easier.  Love always, Donna

 

 

 

Catherine Hertz Klein (mom) introduced us years ago to such a dear friend of hers.  She was such a welcoming person who loved to tell stories of the family and her life.  Such a snapshot into a more polite and caring person and generation.  It was great to see her and her cousin go through memories and photos.  The lasting imprint of her gentleness on my children from the various family events.  After mom's passing to continue with Millie in our livesand being taken care and looked out for by the Heinrichs made it comforting.    We'll miss you Millie.

Millie was a sweet and kind woman and will greatly missed. Thank you, Millie for your generosity. Another angel has arrived in heaven. Tell my Mom I miss her. God bless you and my deepest sympathy to your family, especially my dear friends Dave and Donna Heinrichs. 

I would also like to add that with the generous donation from Millie, to my foundation, the Vascular Birthmarks Foundation (www.birthmark.org) we will be able to help a young mother have surgery and will be able to sponsor a family to attend our conference so that they can receive an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan. Through my friendship with Millie's cousins Dave and Donna Heinrichs, this donate has been made possible and we will be forever thankful. We plan to acknowledge Millie's donation in a special way this year. Thank you Millie.

Millie - I will miss you so much....You light up a room when you enter..always the optimist...and so much faith that everything will always work out the way God wants it to...So many times you've helped others cope with unexpected life changes... .I will miss sitting down with you and listening to your stories of life years ago...the family historian you were and always remembering every little detail....I know you are happy in heaven with Jim and your family now....and you will be there for us when it is our time just like you have always been. You will always be in my heart and i know when i think of you, you will not be far away.

Millie's Family,

It has been my joy for the past 17 years to know Millie. I brought her Holy Communion on Fridays for a number of years at the house on Hartman. Then I visited her at the Loudonville Home these past years. What a delightful lady who loved to visit! We both graduated from the Academy of the Holy Names on Madison Av and she was thrilled when she realized this connection. Her faith meant a great deal to her and she was so happy to receive Holy Communion often. Now she knows what St. Paul meant when he wrote to the Corinthians, "Eye has not seen, ear has not heard, nor has it entered the mind of man, to conceive what God has ready for those who love Him."

After these 96 years, may she experience the love and peace of God's love.

Sincerely, Sister Mary Frederick, SNJM