Condolence: Dear Rilla and Shirley : I always enjoyed talking with your Mom when she was still in Wallaceburg. It seemed I was the one who was the "go-between" for those in Ridgetown because it was long distance for them to call but not for us.Usually my calls were of someone sick or who had died but we did always catch up on all the family news as well. There is going to be a major emptyness in your life for a while, now that your Mom is not there but I'm sure you are so happy to have had her near to you these past few years. You are all in our thoughts and prayers even though we can't be there with you to-morrow.
Condolence: Shirley,Rilla and families. We are so sorry to get word o f Aunt Annie's passing.I will never forget her melodious laugh and enthusiasm for family. She will be so missed come June 28th- Love to all of you passing.We are Florida. hear
Condolence: Many memories of Anne fill my heart today. She was such a gracious lady - truly a 'lady'! I remember her great smile and laugh as she told a story. I remember her music from the piano as she accompanied so many senior services and singsongs. She touched so many young lives through her career in education. We felt privileged to have her as an active member for so many years at Trinity United Church here in Wallaceburg. We extend our sympathy to her family and we celebrate her life.
With fond memories,
Minister, Trinity United Church, Wallaceburg