Condolences for Rebecca Louise Griffin

Michelle S. posted on 11/28/21

Rebecca, you are missed! You were always so compassionate & making me laugh. I know you, Curt and Bo are celebrating Michigan's win today. Wishing Lily and your family sincere condolences


Huda Peevy posted on 9/12/21

I’ve interacted with Rebecca once during the soft opening of Burlington. She was such a sweet and kind woman and a great addition to her team as I remember telling her how amazing she was and the future success of the business is because of employees like her. Her passing away struck me with great sadness. My heart goes out to her family and May her memory be eternal


Monica from Wawa on Lacosta posted on 9/11/21

My favorite Wawa customer..You will forever be remembered! Always coming in cracking jokes and making me smile ! Making me laugh! Always a good time when you came in and visited. Enjoy your unlimited milkshakes,smoothies and delicious Hoagies up in Heaven love! My prayers go out to your family You will always be remembered ✨ Please guys stay safe!


Amy Simpson posted on 9/11/21

I LOVE YOU. We lived together. You even helped in taking care of my mom. You were a Wonderful person.


Pamela Price posted on 9/4/21

Rebecca was one of my best customers at my Painting With A Twist studio in Orlando. She loved art and was always trying to better her skills. She became friends to many of us at the studio and would always stay well after a class was over to help us clean up and talk. She was so funny, entertaining and a joy to have in our studio. She has been taken from all of us too soon and will be sadly missed. My heart goes out to her daughters and family at this most difficult time.


Cheryl Stevens posted on 9/4/21

A week later I'm still having a hard time wrapping my brain around the fact that my friend who was so full of life is gone! Michigan Football kicks off their season today and though Rebecca would not have been at the watch party here in FL... I just know that we would have been texting each other today about the game. She was a DIE HARD Michigan Football fan and I'm so glad that she found our club's watch party 6 years ago and that I introduced myself and welcomed her into the group. Who knew that day that we would become such good friends!! I'll think of her everytime I hear Bohemian Rhapsody, at every Michigan football watch party, whenever I'm playing trivia, while watching BBT, the list goes on. RIP Rebecca. Enjoy watching UM football with Bo!! My sincere condolences to Lily, Aine, your parents and all who loved you!!


Mary & Dennis posted on 9/2/21

We (Mary & Dennis) met the Sweetest Craziness person namely Rebecca at a job interview for the New Store Opening (Burlington in Wilmington) This girl was so much fun I Wanted to Work for her hands down!! I went thru training and when I was done that afternoon I stayed to talk with her and all she could do was talk about her daughters and how special they were. she loved them so. We talked about my children and grandchildren and made plans to get together. I loved this woman so much I wanted to make her proud for giving me and Dennis an opportunity to work with her..Rebecca was full of energy, had a crazy sense about her which we Loved, and a laugh that was contagious!! also her singing and dancing was outstanding !! We will truly miss her!!


Jessica Slayman posted on 9/2/21

My husband and I met Rebecca when we started attending the U of M alumni game watches in Orlando. She was an absolute blast, so much energy and spirit! She was the life of the the party and the game, always including everyone and loved to meet people and make new friends. We loved having her with us for all of the games! She always had stories and had a keen sense of humor and a way of making us all laugh. She has an amazing heart and soul and will be missed.


Jane McClellan posted on 9/2/21

I met Rebecca when I started going to the U of M game watch gatherings. She made me feel so welcomed and was so enthusiastic. No one was ever a stranger or alone if she was around.


Leah Colvin posted on 9/2/21

Working with her in receiving……she would sing. She rapped along to Hamilton. She was funny, caring, and I loved her! Enjoyed spending the day with y’all and going to Bonefish Grill in Wilmington. She will truly be missed!


Trevor Campbell posted on 9/2/21

I met Rebecca many years back when she moved to Orlando and joined our U of M alumni club for our football game watches. She quickly became one of our favorite regulars and despite not being an alumni, also became one of our most active members. Rebecca came with me on a club leader workshop trip to Ann Arbor and it was such an awesome time with her. I managed to get us upgraded to first class on the flight and I vividly remember her being so excited because she has never sat up there before. She also became part of a regular group of club members that played trivia in Orlando which eventually led to her becoming a host. I don’t know that I’ll ever be able to watch a U of M game or go to a trivia night without her at least crossing my mind for a brief moment. I hope they serve Irish Nachos in heaven. Save me a plate.


Cristina Thibeault posted on 9/2/21

My family and I met Rebecca at East Coast Wings in Orlando. She was the host for Trivia. We went there every Tuesday because we truly enjoyed trivia with her. She was amazing. I have a painting that she did for my second daughter of an elephant. She brought it to the hospital when I had her and she also made sure to bring my favorite chocolate muffin. She was the sweetest and will be missed dearly. Forever in our hearts. Lily we are always here if you need anything. I remember seeing you at trivia with her too. I’m pretty sure you also played Pokémon while you were there, maybe. It’s been awhile.


Jessica Jaunet posted on 9/1/21

I remember when I first met Rebecca at Firehouse subs in Pensacola when I was 19. We were even roommates when Lily was about 2. We had wild and crazy adventures. She was my go to for so much. Always honest wether you wanted her to be or not lol. There are so many memories that it could feel an entire book of shenanigans. I am gonna miss her smile and her quick ass comments and jokes. Love you Becca.. ❤️❤️❤️


Sharon Vitrone posted on 9/1/21

Lilly I loved your mom's smile and how she could make me laugh while we worked together. I will miss her always.


Lily A Griffin posted on 9/1/21

I'm Rebecca's youngest daughter and she was such a hard worker, even making time while she was highly ill to put in hard work to support us both and I will miss her with all my heart and I am glad she's not suffering anymore, I love you mama and me and Aine both miss you dearly <3