went to stay with Barbara and "Paddy" in Montreal in 1961 just arrived from the UK
Barbara was v kind to me and made me feel at home
many years later after they moved to Toronto I got to know them when I was
living in Toronto in the 70's
Auntie Barb was a golden presence in my life. As a child, I adored her. As an adult I found her a marvelous source of support and fun. My husband Steve and I loved our road trips with her. Learned from Auntie Barb and my mother and Grandma Glassford about writing to family on Sundays, and am thinking about how much I will miss writing to her now. Bless you, Barb. May you find joy in your reunion with Uncle Pat's spirit and Betty's and Elinor's and your parents. May there be lots of birds for you to admire, and trees, and oceans. May there be lots of chocolate! And may all present stand when they hear "Rule, Britannia"!
I was fortunate to have been a close friend of Barb's for many years. I have wonderful memories of the times we spent together.
My sincere condolences to Kathy and Family