We’re so sorry we couldn’t be there. We’re thinking of you .
My dearest Mary...and family, it truly is a difficult thing to lose a sibling, this I know. Like any loss of a loved one, there are no words of consolation, nothing that will make it ‘better’ or easier to bare the current pain of such a loss. What we learn at this stage of life is that the day will come when the memories will be recalled with laughter and smiles to replace the tears.
For every loss, a piece of our heart is taken but will leave room for the joy of blessings that they live on with us forever in memory. I will shed a tear with you and will rejoice with you that you had the time you did with Johnny. With love, Sheina
Dear Nicole & family....at this time of your bereavement our heart breaks for your loss. John had been a good friend to all of us at the group. He exercise with us, had lunch together, he Shared lots of jokes. We laughed and chatted together. My visits with him was very consoling, his spirits were high.
We are sadden to know he lost the battle, but he is in a better place now. I know God will be watching over the rest of the family, and we will continue to pray .
Leader of the Mississauga Seniors SDA
So sorry for your loss, Nicole. We're thinking of you and take care.
My Uncle was a massive part of my life. He had a laugh that was contagious and unique. He had a passion for music and loved not only eating food but critiquing food (it never had enough salt or garlic). He was known for giving the best birthday cards and whoever was the lucky recipient they knew the card would always reflect his dry, sarcastic sense of humour. He loved a good debate because in his mind he was always right. He cherished family. Life won’t be the same without him, but we will hold tight to the happy memories of him and find peace knowing he’s with my Gramma now along with Nana John and Nana Mary. He always referred to me as his third daughter and for that I’m eternally grateful. Maura