I will remember your mom for all the fun times I had with her and laughs I shared. She was soooo kind to me, so funny, always well dressed and looked sharp. I must have met your mom and dad over 30 years ago, a long time. I felt I had a special bond with your mom, she was so witty and many times unfiltered which I truly appreciated. My thoughts are with you all and forever.
Sharon and Harold. I am so sorry to hear about Auntie Doreen's passing. I have so many fond memories of family gatherings with your parents and both of you but one of my favorite memories was Fred and Doreen out pacing ALL the attendees at Dion and Karen's wedding - on the dance floor staying well after midnight......they were in their 80's! We had so much fun with them that day and all the guests were so delighted to have met them. They were the most popular couple there - next to the bride and groom! Your mom also took my mom under her wing when she immigrated to Canada in 1959 - she was 18 years old at the time. My mom was forever grateful for the love and support your parents gave her and my dad. Your mothers kindness was contagious and her memory will live on with those lives she touched. Love Brenda/Randy and family
On behalf of my wife Shahnaz Graham and our family I would like to express our condolences for your loss.
Your mother was a great and true friend to my mother Joan Graham for many, many years. Their friendship brought my mother great comfort, many laughs, and a needed familiarity through their shared past of growing up in Belfast. Your mum was a true friend to mine through many ups and downs.
I hope the memory of her life shines warmly in your hearts.
Tim & Shahnaz Graham
Dear Sharon, Harold and family,
Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the passing of your mom. I have so many fond memories of spending time with your Mom in Willowdale. We reminisced many times about growing up in Belfast. She was a dear friend, and I'm grateful to have known her.
With deepest sympathy,
Love Joan Graham and family