Ann, Helen Anne, Brenda and family, just wanted to let you know that I am thinking of you at the terrible time. I have great memories of Angus in our younger years in Antigonish. I know my dad Lewis (the Painter) will be welcoming Angus in heaven. Rest in Peace cousin.
Teresa, Catherine Anne and Paul MacDonald
Anne and family, Brenda, and MacPherson family. Just want to send all our love and tell you we are thinking about you all during this difficult time. Be thankful for all the memories you shared together. They will bring comfort in the days ahead.
Ronnie, Joanie, Adrianna and Katie Broussard
Dear Anne, Brenda & Family, our deepest condolences go out to you all. We watched Angus' beautiful service today and wished we could have been there for you.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Anne, Martin, Kathy, Aileen & Anita - The MacLean's from Brookland Street
One fond memory we have is all the neighbourhood kids out playing Hide & Seek with Angus until dark!
Ann, my sincere condolences to you and all the family on the death of Angus. He was such a fine man with that forever smile. He will be missed by so many.
My condolences to Ann & family an to all the Macpherson family. My he Rest In Peace
Dear Ann Emily,Mary and Owen. Shocked to hear of Angus's passing.Thoughts of Angus certainly brings a smile to our face. We enjoyed many good laughs together.May you find comfort in each other in the days ahead. Cherish your memories.Love and Hugs Mike and Zwicker
Brenda, Anne & family. I'm so sorry to hear of Angus passing. I'll always remember him from the Highland Games Sunday closing event. Always "holding court" with a big smile on his face and perhaps a beer!! He was such a kind, gentle soul with a wonderful sense of humour. Sending thoughts to all of you at this difficult time.
Our deepest sympathies to Ann & children, Angus’s sister Brenda, siblings and everyone whose life he touched.
His laugh, smile, twinkle in his eyes will always be a fond memory & utmost joy for fun in life … it’s been many many years since we had seen Angus, but not forgotten.
Thoughts off Peace & Blessings to everyone.
Sincerely, Anita & Brian Tompkins
May you rest in peace Angus. To Anne and children, Helen Ann, Brenda, Donnie and Terry, our sincere condolence on Angus passing. It was always a pleasure to have a chat with Angus and to have grown up with the MacPherson clan on Brookland Street. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Anne Marie (Grant) and Joe Durant.
Our condolences to Ann and family on the passing on Angus, he was a kind and positive person and a pleasure to spend time with. We will all miss him.
From Gary Grant and family
I am very sorry to hear of Gus's passing and send my condolences to Ann, the girls, Owen and the rest of the Clan MacPherson.
Gus was a solid , dependable, funny and most of all big hearted guy. We first met at Huntington Hills Sportsplex where we worked hard and laughed after/during and before shifts even harder! I left HH to work for the City and had encouraged Gus to do the same a few times before he finally did so. This spoke of Gus's strong sense of loyalty, he didn't really want to leave the crew at Huntington. It was a good move that provided Angus and his family much better pay, benefits with just as crazy and fun loving coworkers.
Angus was all about going to work where people wanted to have fun participating in sports and recreation rather than having a career in any form of cut throat business.
So sorry to see you go to early buddy you will be missed by many.
please accept our sympathy to all family and friends for the loss of Angus .veronica and Allan MacNeil North Grant
Anne, Emily, Mary, Owen, Brenda, Terry, Judi, Donnie, Sheila, Helen-Anne and the rest of the MacPherson Clan.... we were very sad when we heard of Angus' illness... it is hard when someone is taken from us so young; but I think Angus had a pretty good life, he wasn't an extravagant person and didn't want for much... but he always had a great smile and yes (Danny) loved telling his stories... loved his Habs and having a beer; and we loved having a beer with him... He couldn't whisper very low though.... I still remember overhearing him saying (at our place in Calgary)... *what an ugly Christmas Tree* - and it was... it was really bad... and I let him know that I heard him... we had a great chuckle over that and we have chuckled over it many years since. May he rest in peace and watch over us....
It was an absolute honor and privilege to know and care for Angus and his wonderful family. We wish you peace and healing in the days ahead.
From all of the staff at Dulcina Hospice.
To the MacPherson Family.
We were saddened to hear about the passing of "Angus Hugh".
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
As cousins we had many laughs in our younger years.
My deepest condolences to Ann, Emily, Mary, and Owen, and to Brenda and the rest of the MacPherson clan. Many fond memories of Angus telling stories of escapades in Antigonish and always having time for one more jilik. Rest easy my friend.