Our deepest sympathies Debbie and Jenny and your families. Mom (Colleen Heckendorn) called to tell me Muriel had died. Thank you for calling her to let her know. Mom enjoyed her weekly late night phone calls with her dear cousin, Muriel. She also remembers with much love their childhood together in Kitchener and area. I remember Muriel as a kind and generous woman of deep faith. Even though I am an Anglican Priest, I always felt her personal support for my vocation. We shall miss her, but have many fond memories to cherish such as the many gatherings with our Grandmother, Antoinette Brock, and Muriel. As a child I remember her and you from my visits at Auntie Lolly's home. Remember the grape vines!
Much love from Kim and Dale, Dana, Jeremy, and Greta, Nicholas, Rachel, Gillian, and Maggie and Colleen.
May she rest in peace and rise in glory!
Deborah and family, please accept my sincere condolences. What a lovely tribute. I can only say that the acorn does not fall far from the tree. Thinking of you.
Dear Jenny, Deb, Michael and Melissa, Andrew and Jordan:
My family and I were very saddened to hear the news of Muriel’s passing. I know that she was an indelible figure in all of your lives. And now that she is with Jack and David , her final journey is complete. Our heartfelt condolences to all of you and may all your great memories sustain you in the coming days.
All my best regards
Anita and the Zante family
A wonderful, kind, classy Lady that we had the fortune of meeting and enjoying her company for many years.
God Bless You.
John&Donna Gray & Family
We will always remember you with love. You were a very special person.