With our sincere sympathy, we are so sorry for your loss.
Many visits to Westgate lodge to see my Aunt Anita also brought the joy of visiting with your dear grandmother.
Sheryl and Will
Bill and Debbie
You are in our thoughts at this difficult time.
Kelly and Robert Dolihan
Roger and Barbara Redner
I’m sorry for your loss. I am sure she is happy being reunited with her husband and John
Mrs. Franklin was my grade 8 teacher at Bloorlea. She was a teacher who inspired her students to succeed, to ask questions, to investigate. And she did it all with a wonderful sense of humour! Long after I had graduated she and my mother, Irene Cudbird, became friends. They would meet and have lunch together. Thank you Mrs. Franklin! Please accept not only my heartfelt condolences but deep gratitude for her life and dedication to her students.
My sincere sympathy to the family of Barbara Franklin. I’m sure every person has had a teacher in their life they have never forgotten. Mrs Franklin was my grade 4 teacher at Wedgwood school as well as my grade 7 teacher and grade 8 grammar teacher at Bloorlea. I met her again standing in line at the Cineplex many years ago. I introduced her to my grown daughter who was with me at the time. Her comment was “You are THAT Mrs Franklin. We were never allowed to get away with bad grammar thanks to you!” 😀. She will be remembered.
Our condolences to the family of one of the best teachers ever!