Dear Auntie Adele! How I remember the special times we shared, from the time you helped and taught me how to earn my brownie badges. When you picked me up to go for an ice cream in Banff, oh and how fast you drove! The time you took me to Saskatchewan in your convertible and how hot it was. We stopped at a service station I got a sprite and you a coke, the bottles from the vending machine. the coke wasn’t quenching your thirst, you said it wasn’t cold, I gave you a drink of mine, as it had ice crystals in it. At this point it was our second pop of the day. To my surprise the rest of the trip you drink sprite. That was the best sprite I ever had. Thank you for the memories ! I’m sure all the nieces and nephews have fond memories of your love towards them as well.
Now you are set free your memory restored, I can only imagine how you must feel seeing your parents and your sisters again. RIP dear Auntie Del ❤️
Oh Auntie Del, how much you will be missed, how I wish we could have had some of these past years back to share even more memories and laughs, I really loved our visits and phone calls. I will always cherish you and growing up around you and Uncle Joe. I hope you are having a wonderful reunion with the people that left before you. You will be missed so very much. I love you and please give everyone a big hug for me.
Sandra, Chris, DJ, Kristen, Abby and Lauren
So many life lessons taught with love and respect to all her nieces and nephews - to late they learned Auntie is always right and
found the right track this includes me. Thank-You Auntie.
Thanks for looking out for us behind the scenes knew you were there and Loved you for all of it.
You will be greatly missed and remain in our hearts forever.
I will miss our deal of labor for a spaghetti dinner they were so good.
Love and Admiration
So many moments and love I shared with Auntie Del and Joe.
From spending a lot of time in my pre school days to spending summer holidays in Calgary in my elementary school days. I learned so much respect, friendship and love from both of these remarkable individuals.
I have always thought of you so often in my life and always remember the lessons you bestowed on me.
Your sense of humour and the matter of fact wisdom will be missed greatly.
I did not get the chance to see you in the later years but I always carried the greatest respect for you.
Love you Auntie Del.
When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. Thank you for all the wonderful treasures we have shared. You are missed but remembered with love and adoration. I know you will walk the trails of heaven with those who started their journey first and those who will join you. ❤️ The day is a little darker but heaven is so much brighter!