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In Loving Memory of Madeline D. Davis - Shared screen with speaker view
Amherst Memorial Chapel Services
15:14
Please feel free to express your condolences in the chat and they will be saved for the family to view later
Robert DiGangi-Roush, GLYS (He/They)
17:46
I remember Madeline back to the 1980s as I came of age and “joined” Buffalo’s LGBTQ+ community. I offer the deepest condolences to Madeline’s friends and family, and I offer my joy for the celebration of her life.
Stephanie Owitz
32:43
Wendy, this is so beautiful!
Heppen family
38:22
beautiful speech, lots of love from the Texas heppens
Ellen Rosen
39:32
Love you both. Hugs. Her memory will indeed be for a blessing.
Norm
42:34
Sending lots of love... I am glad I had the privilege of meeting Madeline, and singing a couple of her songs. Extending our deepest condolences and gratitude for her contribution to the LGBTQ community, on behalf of the Buffalo Gay Men's Chorus.
Alison Ederer
42:49
Love you so much Aunt Wendy, sending so much strength your way <3
Ken
43:03
Thank you, Wendy. Much love to you from Keith and Ken in Brooklyn.
Franny Pici (Peachy)
43:30
Wonderful words and memories. Thank you!
Robert DiGangi-Roush, GLYS (He/They)
48:53
Fitting to be honored as a community now, as Madeline had in her life
STEVEN HALPERN
50:37
Thank you, Wendy. Your sharing took me from sobbing to smiling. And bless you, Madeline, for
STEVEN HALPERN
51:31
the important role you played in my musical and metaphysical evolution.- Steven Halpern
Dan Di Landro
51:38
What a beautiful service in honor of a true Legend. Wendy, you are perfection; and blessings to you, Beth, family, friends, and officiants. Mad truly lives on in her many accomplishments and in us all!
Robert DiGangi-Roush, GLYS (He/They)
53:04
Love to all…