Condolence: Is this the Millie Wold that worked at A.C. Neilsen in the early to mid-60's? IF so she and I were part of a group that contributed $1 a week toward the girls going out to dinner and a play when we had enough. $15 did it then. Try that now!
My last name then would have been Orlich.
Millie was a very sweet, nice person. So sorry for your loss.
Condolence: Please accept my condolences. Nothing compares to the death of a loved one. Even Jesus became deeply grieved and gave way to tears when his friend Lazarus died. Just as he brought him back to life during that time, He has promised to bring others back to life during the resurrection at John 5:28,29. Knowing there's hope even for those we've lost in death can give a measure of comfort when it's definitely needed. May you continue to reflect on precious memories you've made along the way.