Cory and Cameron Garner,
I would like to offer my empathy at the passing of your Dad. He was my favorite Uncle and always good company. I enjoyed many visits with him when I lived in Toronto listening to music and talking. He was always very kind to our family and helped my brother quite a bit.
I am happy to see that he enjoyed a good crop of grandchildren, and the regular attentions of his sons. It is also a blessing that he was able to stay in his house comfortably.
I did speak to him a while back upon the loss of Chrissie. Although a very sad occasion, the phone call was rich with wonderful connection for me.
I often wonder how you two and your families are doing, and would welcome a letter or phone call. 780 464-0723
With much love, your cousin Tania
Clifford, you were by far one of the most interesting persons I have met. Having a front row seat to conversations between you and your brother Bruce, [my beloved husband] will delight and entertain me for years to come.
I am pretty sure there is something beyond this so I wish you great happiness on this next journey.
with Love Tamaya
Uncle, you were such a wonderful man who made such a huge mark on my childhood. I loved visiting your house at Christmas and hearing all your stories about when Kris and I were young. Your surprise visits and random gifts of picture books and unusual toys helped inspire my creative career. You were always so supportive of me and my art. You had so much kindness in your heart. You were there for us when my Dad passed away and that meant so much. You will be missed.
My heart goes out to Cameron, Cory and all the rest of the family in this difficult time.
-Alana, Tyrone, Kieran and Riley McCarthy
The Garner four were my first siblings because I was an only child.I learned a lot from them after I married Edgar. It was fun being part of the gang. I miss them all. Bye for now, Cliff. Vivian
Our hearts are saddened by your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you.