One dead after car crash in Agawam

One dead after car crash in Agawam

There are 6 comments on the WWLP Massachusetts story from Sep 23, 2008, titled One dead after car crash in Agawam. In it, WWLP Massachusetts reports that:

A serious two-vehicle accident on Tuesday claimed one life and closed a portion of Shoemaker Lane in the Feeding Hills section of Agawam.

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Mary

Bondsville, MA

#1 Sep 23, 2008
Let's all pray for the deseased and their family.
Liz

Waterville, ME

#2 Sep 24, 2008
RIP Leah Nesin
alan

Parlin, NJ

#3 Sep 24, 2008
my wonderful aunt Leah was certainly eccentric, and was probably known as the crazy old lady in Feeding Hills. I only hope that some of you were able to appreciate that she had the biggest, kindest heart of almost anyone I'll ever know. She sent money to my wife's relative in Chile, whom she never met, so that he could get eye surgery and she never stopped asking what else she could do for him. Of course she desperately wanted him to have the pleasure of tasting her famous honey candies. She always needed to share anything that she thought that others would appreciate and was always thinking of what she could do for others. She was like an innocent, naive child who couldn't understand why people wouldn't do everything to help each other and share with each other. She will be deeply missed by our family.
Lauren

Wantagh, NY

#4 Sep 25, 2008
like my uncle said, my great aunt leah was certainly one of the craziest most wonderful woman you could ever meet. She always called me to see how i was doing and if there was anything i needed. She would constantly make me laugh every time i talked to her over the phone. Either with old stories of my grandma and mom or of me. She never stopped making me smile. Although she didnt have a great singing voice she didnt let that stop her from singing her heart out. And although it was embaressing i was happy to here it. She will truly be deeply missed by my family.
Linda - Long Island

White Plains, NY

#5 Sep 25, 2008
I second my brother's comments. For those of you who knew our Aunt Leah, she was always there for others, kind and compassionate to both people and animals. Whenever she thought of it she would call me to give me recipes or share information about some topic that she thought I would be interested in. She always thought about those less fortunate than her and gave to numerous charities. She loved music and singing, especially show tunes. She enjoyed gardening and telling jokes. We will miss her terribly.
Lauren

Baldwin, NY

#6 Nov 11, 2010
It has been over 2 years, and I still think about my great aunt. There is not a day when her sister does not say that if she was alive things would be differnt. She share stories of them when they were little. You are very missed Aunt Leah. RIP <3 <3

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