I got to know Maureen and Claude many years ago when Maureen's brother; Ralph and I were colleagues at HSBC in Sri Lanka. Maureen was always a most gracious host and had a bubbly, engaging personality that made a person feel quickly at ease. My wife and I had the good fortune of visiting with the Isaacs in Toronto some years back and again were treated to Maureen's welcoming charm and hospitality. I called Maureen and Claude about a month ago and , to me, Maureen seemed cheerful as ever though she did mention that she had been ill, so the news of her passing came as a surprise The world is a poorer place for her departing but she must brighten up heaven if that were possible!. She will surely be missed... My thoughts and prayers are with Claude and the family at this time. Olkie
You will be missed, I love you.
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal
was so saddened by this news..a lovely lady ..a very lovable..friendly soul..as still remember the good chit chats when we met..as still nd so sorry that I was not in the country when you visited the past few years..my heartfelt condolences to you uncle Claude. .Ronnie..Christine and the family. .May her soul rest in God's eternal Kingdom. .
Our deepest sympathy to Brother, Children and everyone in the family,
May Sister Maureen rest in peace and we offer our prayers for her soul.
Therese, Bernard and Children