To the family of Greta Yelovich - I am so sorry to learn of her death. My first apartment, when I moved to Toronto after university in the late 1970s, was in a Canadiana Towers building (at Bloor and Dundas West), and I still remember Greta warmly. She was particularly kind to me when I arrived here after a difficult move from the U.S. We kept in touch, sporadically, for a few years after my tenancy, and while I haven't seen her or spoken with her in some time, I feel a loss at news of her passing - so please accept my condolences at your much greater loss.
Dear Peter and Family,
We are terribly sorry to hear about the passing of your mother, please accept our condolences.
Uncle Gord and Aunt Elizabeth.
Sorry to hear about your mom.She was always such a lady.Mom loved her dearly as you all did.I remember going to your parents home when Uncle Don died.We didn't get to see all of you often over the years but always felt we knew her from mom and dad talking about their younger years.
We were so sorry to hear of Aunt Greta's passing .Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time .Thinking of you ❤️
My Deepest Sympathy to Gretas Family, I had a good friend Paul Leblanc from Alder Point,CB who knew all of the Cantwells I think hjs mom was a Macgrath, Percy Macgraths sister and we talked a lot of them, I knew a lot of them myself, but didnt know Greta , Paul mentioned her name a few times in conversation, along with the rest of the family , I remember Frank her dad, when I a very young kidm going to schiool in Bras d'or his farm was next to the school,, but whenever I see someone from Bras dor in an obituary, I send my condolences to their family out of respect, for them,, God Bless,