Esther M. Cunningham
Cunningham, Esther M. (Harrington) entered in eternal rest on December 5, 2011. She was the wife of the late Joseph L. Cunningham. Born on June 2, 1918, she was the daughter of the late Daniel and Esther A. (Carpenter) Harrington and was a resident of Warren for most of her life. She is survived by sons Daniel and wife Sandra of Warwick, Roger and wife Carmen of Newport, five grandchildren, and twelve great grandchildren. She was the aunt of Daniel and Dale Harrington and sister of the late Daniel C. Harrington. A memorial service will be held on Friday at 11:00am in The Butterfield Chapel 500 Pontiac Avenue Cranston. Burial will be private. Kindly omit flowers. Donations to the Ronald McDonald House 45 Gay Street Providence, RI 02905 or to a Wish Come True 1010 Warwick Avenue Warwick, RI 02888 would be appreciated.
Mrs R Yonger - 12/08/2011
I'm sorry to read about the loss of your loved one Esther. Death is like a thief that takes away our loved ones. Or due to old age and sickness, we loose that precious quality of life that leads to death. The Bible always offer comfort in times like this. Please when you get a few minutes, read in you Bible Psalm 37:29 and Rev.21:3,4. I am sure you will find comfort from these verses.
My Sincere Condolences and Prayers.
sister nancy griffin - 12/08/2011
Esther and Leo were wonderful, kind people to know and call friends. Esther gave Leo a beautiful and meaningful send off when he pased away. I am sorry that we, her friends cannot pay our respects like manner to Esther. May she rest in peace with her beloved Leo.
Tom Negus - 12/08/2011
I hope you understand, that due to the present circumstances, my Mom and I thought it best that we not attend you Mom's Memorial Service. Our absence, however, is not a reflection of our sympathy for you, Carmen, and your family. We hope it gives you comfort to know what a wonderful son you were, to both Esther, and Leo, and how often they shared that sentiment.
Please accept our sincere sympathy on the passing of Esther. Just reflect on all the happy times you shared, and although it will be a difficult Christmas for you, without your Mom, imagine what a wonderful Christmas your Mom is going to have, together again with your Dad !
Constance Martin Biernacki - 12/08/2011
Rembering ourhood days and long friendship.My condolsents to the family.
Mary & Paul Casey - 12/09/2011
Dan, Sandy & Family,
Our prayers are with your Mom and with the Family.
Michael Mottinger - 12/12/2011
I will always remeber the times we spent together. You were a great (great grandmother) to my five kids. They will miss seeing you. As will I...