443. Allison "Al" Greenlaw was born (date unknown).
Debby was born (date unknown).
Allison "Al" Greenlaw-42532 and Debby -48392 had the following children:
|Lacy Chandler Greenlaw was born on 19 April 1985 in Bangor, Maine, USA hospital. She died Ewing's Sarcoma (Bone Cancer) on 25 September 2006 at the age of 21 in Blue Hill Hospital, Maine, USA. STONINGTON - Lacy Chandler Greenlaw passed away with great dignity and grace Sept. 25, 2006, at Blue Hill Memorial Hospital after a courageous three year battle with Ewing's Sarcoma, a rare adolescent bone cancer. Lacy was born April 19, 1985, at Eastern Maine Medical Center, Bangor. A very happy person, Lacy was an accomplished dancer and gourmet cook. She loved to laugh and make others do the same. Lacy also loved music, people, her Persian cats, Jack Russell terriors, daffodils, Jelly Bellies, horses, video games, movies, children and the show Gilmore Girls. In high school, she loved being a cheerleader and a member of the softball team, as well as a member of peer support. A beloved member of the Stonington Methodist Church, she was involved in many dance programs at home, in her community and at the University of Maine - Orono, where she majored in food sciences with the intent to continue on to the New England Culinary Institute. Music also played a large part in her life throughout high school and college, where she participated in the pep band. Theater and acting went hand in hand with her love of dance and music as she involved herself in many performances throughout the years. She is survived by her parents, Deborah and Al Greenlaw; many aunts, uncles, cousins and extraordinary friends. Especially close to her was the love of her life and fianc?, Josh Weed; best friend, Zephyr Dworsky; her mom's crazy girlfriends and several close friends she considered her sisters and brothers. She was predeceased by great-grandparents, Mabell and Earl Chandler; grandparents, Betty Plante, Mary and Harold Greenlaw; and aunt, Norene Joyce. The hole in our hearts will never heal, but we can take comfort in knowing her pain is gone and that she is free. Dance strong and forever, Lacy! Mizpah. A celebration of Lacy's life will be any time between 1-5 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 8, at John Metcalf's home at the end of the Weedfield Road, Stonington, follow the yellow balloons down to the end of the Weedfield Road. Family and friends are welcome to stop in and visit with Lacy's family. Special memories, pictures, or thoughts can be shared or written on paper for the family to read later. In lieu of flowers, a scholarship has been established at the University of Maine for Lacy. Checks payable to Lacy Greenlaw Memorial Foundation, care of University of Maine - Orono Foundation, 2 Alumni Place, Orono, ME 04469 or to the Ewing's Sarcoma research programs, the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, care of Dr. Karen Albritton, 44 Binney St., Boston, MA 02115-6084. www.bragdonkelley.com She was buried in Hillside cemetery, Sunset, Deer Isle. Lacy was buried in Forest cemetery, Weed Field, Stonington.|