Condolence: To Bill my heartfelt condolences go out to you and your family. I worked with Diane in Guelph, Ontario. She was a very kind person. We would meet each other at the door nearly every morning going into the office. She always had a smile.
Condolence: Dear Bill and Family: I am so very sorry to learn of Diane's passing. I have known Diane for ten years through our work. Although I did not work directly in the Guelph unit, I had numerous interactions with Diane through the years and all of our conversations began with discussions about lacrosse and her grandchild. We shared a passion for the sport and your son's playing and she talked with great love of her grandchild and husband.
She will be truly missed.
So sorry to hear about Diane's passing. Since moving from Saint John NB we have lost touch with each other. We had a great relationship during our softball days (Lane 21 Alpines). She was an excellent softball player and enjoyed all our outings with all the girls. The last we spoke was when moving from Greendale, West Saint John. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Condolence: Dear Bill and family, I am very sorry to hear of Diane's passing. She was a wonderful woman and a great person to be around. I remember during our ball games here in Saint John the fun we all had.. May she REST IN PEACE...Once again Sorry for your loss. Margo
Condolence: I worked with Diane for 10 years and in that time she came to be a very good work friend. I always looked forward to my visits to Guelph. Diane and I would often share "grandbaby stories". Diane was always willing to help me out whenever I needed her. She will be greatly missed. I am deeply saddened by her passing and my condolences go out to Diane's family.
Condolence: My sincere condolences to Bill, Casey, Miller and all of Diane's family. Diane and I were on the executive together at the West Side Co-op Preschool in Saint John when the boys were young. Diane showed leadership and great commitment to the preschool, and the many friendships that were formed there will never be forgotten. It was a time for blending dedication to our young families with community involvement and Diane always gave 100 percent. My sympathy to you all for your loss.