Camille Edwards
In Memory of
Camille Ann "Cookie"
Edwards (Cutillo)
1947 - 2017
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Condolence From: Mary Cunningham Hogan
Condolence: I just now learned of Cookie's death. I remember her loving the song "Somewhere over the rainbow." My hope is that God will welcome her to that place beautiful place beyond the rainbow.
Saturday August 19, 2017
Condolence From: Linda Haugen Dondero
Condolence: To Cookie's husband and family,

I will always remember Cookie with a smile on her face.
As Diane O'Hara shared with you, her classmates from
Brewster remember her affectionately.

I am so sorry Cookie was ill and is gone from all of you too soon.

God Bless her soul.
Friday August 11, 2017
Condolence From: Mary Infantino
Condolence: Dearest Cookie,

I will always have fond childhood memories of you during all those summers that Mona, Laurie, and myself would come to stay at your house and you and Aunt Marion would protect us from the boys who tried to torment us (Rusty, Michael, Uncle Pat) during our stay. such wonderful memories of you, your home, your family, and our childhood. They are forever etched into my heart, as are you. My love and prayer to you as you cross behind the veils to the wonderful life God has waiting for you.
My love and condolences to your family,
Monday August 07, 2017
Condolence From: Jackie Kreul Davis
Condolence: Dear Cookie - My prayers are with you for your next journey. Your family was so kind to me. They gave me a short-term job when I needed to make money so that I could go back to college. Your mom even drove us to a night class one semester. To all of the Cutillo family - Cookie was just like her nickname - sweet.
Monday August 07, 2017
Condolence From: Robin Bugbee
Condolence: Dear Cutillo/Edwards Families:
I knew her as "Cookie" and irrepressible and sweet girl I road tge school bus with almost every schoolday iin Breedter NY. Sadly after leaving Brewster for college we lost track of each other and although I never saw her again I never forgot her. I particularly remember the families first restaurant on Main Street. On a trip.back once many years ago I was kind of shocked to see how the downtown had deteriorated so badly that my fond memories of the place had virtually vanished. I am so sorry for your loss and Camille will continue to live in the hearts and memories of all iof us who were blessed to know her.
Monday August 07, 2017