Elizabeth Ann Pardon
1961 - 2023
Hannah and Caroline
Our deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of your Mom. She was a truly wonderful lady. Our family has you all in our thoughts and prayers. I know your Mother will be closely watching over you from above and cheering you on in all you do.
It is hard to believe how time has quickly gone by from when you girls would come to our house after school. We very much enjoyed the chance to catch up with you all a few years ago at your mom's invitation. She was so thoughtful and a joy to be around.
I would have loved to attend to honor and remember your mother but was out of town and not aware until yesterday. Please know that we are praying for you at this difficult time and sending you our love. We are here if there is anything we can do for you girls.
The Norris Family-Crystal, Paul, Ryan, Jared, Rachel and Jayden
Hannah and Caroline - Spencer and I are send our deepest condolences on the loss of your lovely Mom. You are in our thoughts and prayers, and we are holding you in our hearts.
Nancy and Spencer Calvin
Hannah and Caroline,
I was heartbroken to learn about your Mom. Ann and I were best friends in high school. I have great memories helping to run the Ski club at school. We skied every chance we could at Kirby (Oshawa’s ski hill) and then at Devil’s Elbow or Blue once we got our license. It was Ann’s idea to wear a pumpkin on our head for Halloween one year. We were always competing for marks but she always won hands down. Please accept my sincere condolences. Wishing you peace and comfort during this unimaginable time. May your good memories give you strength for the difficult days ahead.
My condolences to Hannah, Caroline and Ann's family. I cannot imagine the pain and heartache you’re feeling. I am praying for your peace and comfort. I have known Ann for many years from our annual cookie exchange in Toronto. It was always so special that Ann made the effort to attend annually. She will be sadly missed.
My deepest condolences to Ann’s daughters and family on her passing. I first met Ann over 35 years ago when we worked together, learned together, and laughed together. I always admired her free spirit and love of life and adventure. Our small group of old workmates will cherish the last time we all got together in Toronto in December 2022 for our annual cookie exchange, with Ann flying in to attend, where we shared stories and memories and it felt like time had stood still for an evening. She was special.
I did not know Ann well, but I am a fellow employee and I'm very sad to not have the chance to get to know her more. When I worked with her occasionally, I appreciated her practical, pragmatic approach to any given situation. By the writeup, she led a remarkable and energetic life. What a terrible loss to her family and friends. My deepest condolences to you all.
I was heartbroken to hear of Ann's passing. While we've known each other a long time, we reconnected these past few years sharing stories, laughs and great conversation. My condolences to Hannah and Caroline and family.
I was so shocked and saddened to hear about the passing of Ann. I first met Ann through the Internal Audit profession. She was first a client but very quickly became a friend. Ann was smart and hardworking but most of all a very proud mother to Hannah and Caroline. Her face lit up when she spoke about her two high achieving daughters and she gave me excellent advice about raising my own two girls. My thoughts are with Ann's family who have lost a wonderful warm person. Rest in peace Ann.
Hannah and Caroline,
We were deeply saddened to learn of your terrible loss. We know that your mother was extremely proud of you both and loved you dearly. We hope that you will be comforted and sustained in the days and years to come by the memories of the wonderful times that you all shared.
We will not be able to attend the service but you are in our thoughts and have our heartfelt condolences.
Karen, Doug and Emilie Crowther
It was heartbreaking to hear of the passing of Ann. She was such a lovely, warm-hearted, fun, loyal and smart woman, mother, sister and friend.
Ann gamely joined her sister Heather and I for a cycling tour in Europe while we were all in our twenties. We had some hard, hard rides and a lot of fun together in Switzerland and France. She has been a friend and honorary sister ever since.
In our last conversation at Christmas we caught up as though no time had passed- a mark of a wonderful friendship.
She was always so proud of her whole family, you both Hannah and Caroline and her siblings Ray and Heather. She will be deeply missed.
It is with great sadness to learn of the passing of Ann, our girls raced together and we spent many hours volunteering at the ski races and socializing thereafter. Condolences to Hannah and Caroline and the entire family. A wonderful person and always a great conversation. The Szarko Family.
Hannah and Caroline, Sorry to hear of the passing of your Mother. I always enjoyed catching up with her at Team Panorama Events these last few years since you girls stopped skiing. She always had interesting updated on your progress through school and the start of your careers. She was extremely proud of you. Our thoughts are with you. Tanis, Jerry, Alix, Bria Raduy
Every time I spoke to Ann I loved how she lit up when I asked about her daughters. She was so proud of both of you..
I have known Ann over the last decade within the Canadian Internal Audit profession. I am honored to call her a friend, a professional peer, and even a client. Even though we often engaged because she needed some help, this often lead to sharing laughter about something, and realizing that being in a risk management profession meant we can never predict the future with 100% accuracy.
I will always cherish the time I had to get to know Ann. She was and will always be in memory, a beacon of positivity and light. Rest in Peace my friend.
Dear Hannah & Caroline, Sending you condolences on the loss of your Mom. I went to high school with your mom and when we moved to Invermere 12 years ago, we did meet up again at Panorama. My heart goes out to the two of you and Heather and Ray.
I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Ann. My thoughts are with her family and I’m thinking of you and yours during this time. I was fortunate to work with Ann where I had a tremendous amount of respect for her work ethic, desire and capabilities. She was a friend and a great colleague. Conversations always turned to her daughters as she was a very proud mother. Ann will be immensely missed. I hope you and the family may find peace and comfort during this time.
On behalf of the Board of Enerflex, I'd like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Ann. While most of only got to know her over the past few years, we quickly came to realize her tremendous work ethic, commitment to the success of Enerflex and, most importantly, what a truly wonderful person she was. May she rest in peace.
Sending thoughts and prayers to Ann's family. I know Ann through the Internal Audit profession where we knew we could count on each other for support when we faced challenges and needed to look for improvement opportunities. In addition, we would share stories about our personal life where she frequently expressed great pride in her daughters. Ann always showed grace and kindness in the years I have known her; she will be greatly missed.
Dear Hannah and Caroline - we are so sorry to hear the passing of your mom Ann. She was such a wonderful mom for all the years we skied together at Panorama. Our deepest condolences, Love Natalie, Craig and Neil Smith.
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