I jut heard from Arlene that Aunt Irene passed away. I am so sorry for your loss.
100 years is a ripe old age but it doesn't matter how old a person is, it still leaves a big hole when they are gone. My love and prayers go out to all of you - Kay and Horst, Gavin and Lisa, Cairon and David and your children and grandchildren. Time passes so quickly so let's not lose track of each other.
Please accept my our condolences. The passing of a parent at any age does not diminish the feelings of loss and grief. I think your mom was the last one remaining of the old Airdrie farm families of that generation. Thinking of you
Ken and Peggy Sauter
I was sorry to lean of your mother's passing. Her knowledge of Flames players and their personal statistics was remarkable. How fortunate that her three children and other family members were able to gather during the autumn in Irene's home to celebrate her 100th birthday. My thoughts are with you.
I was saddened to learn of your mother's passing. Her knowledge of Flames players and their personal statistics was remarkable. How fortunate that all her children were able to gather in her home in the fall to celebrate her 100th birthday. My thoughts are with you.
Dear Garvin, we were so sorry to hear this news. I always enjoyed having you share with us your moms thoughts on the Flames: be it their stats, the coaching or their schedule. You and your family are in our thoughts during this difficult time.
Lots of love,
Patty and Pat
Our sincerest condolences to you, Kay for the loss of a wonderful, kind lady. And to Horst, Lisa and Brian and to your Mother's great grandkids. She was one of a kind. Determined in all she did. And resilient to the challenges of the last few years. May many wonderful memories ease your sadness and pain through these difficult days.