My Condolences to all Isabel’s family. Isabel was my very good neighbour and dear friend for 26 years. We shared many morning coffee’s or late afternoon tea and on occasion a lovely evening drink! She always had a twinkle in her eye and always told me not to worry - what I didn’t get done today would wait until tomorrow! As a busy single parent of two active boys I found her steady nature, quiet support and wisdom often a virtual lifesaver!! We stayed in touch for many years after I moved out of town. She was precious to me! I am happy she is at peace and reunited with her beloved
Our sincere condolences to all of Isabel's family. We thoroughly enjoyed her very kind and gentle warmth she exuded and a smile that lit up your world. Will always cherish the many memories and of course all the cookies she loved so much that we were able to share with each visit. Her wish has been granted to be able to rejoin Gerry, whom she missed so dearly. RIP Isabel.
Shari & Bruce Porteous
We would like to offer our sincere sympathy on the passing of Auntie Isabel. There are many happy memories of family gatherings with her, Gerry and family..
Bill & Pat Dau
RIP Isabel. I have very fond memories of her when my Dad and I visited the family so long ago. She was so kind, gentle and a true lady. There was always something good to eat and her house was immaculate. I will always remember her with love in my heart. Condolences to the family.
So sorry to hear Auntie Isabel has passed.
When I moved to Calgary I got to visit her often; she always welcomed me with a big hug, cup of coffee and her amazing baking!
Her smile and warmth made being away from my family a little easier.
I moved back to the coast several years ago and unable to attend her service, but I will be thinking of her as I often do.
My sincere condolences to you all, Susan
A trip to Calgary when we were growing up, often meant a visit at one of our several aunts and uncles in the city. Aunt Isabel’s eyes and smile said it all - you are special, you are loved, and you are warmly welcome in our home. Much later, when Dad lived on his own and she was able, she routinely phoned him to check in and make sure he was OK. She didn’t want him to be lonely. Just a couple of my special memories in her long and well-lived life. She will be missed. Our sincere sympathy to you all.
Gail & Stuart
We are very sorry to hear of Aunt Isabel’s passing. I will miss the annual birthday call that gave us a chance to chat about our family and what her boys and mine were up to. Aunt Isabel was one of the most kind, thoughtful and loving people I have ever met. She will leave a big hole in the lives of many. Monty, Gordon, Craig, Ken and families, you are all in our thoughts and prayers as you say goodbye to your dear Mother & Grandmother.
With our Love & Deepest Sympathy,
Judy & Dan Lytle
So many great memories of Meston Family picnics, Christmas gatherings, and sharing a bingo game or two along the way. A truly caring and wonderful woman, Aunt Isabel, you will be dearly missed.
My thoughts are with you all.