Sheila , Don , and family.
So sorry for your loss , We are thinking of you at this difficult time .
Sheila ,We remember meeting your mom. She was a wonderful lady with a zest for life .
I know you were very kind to her and will miss her dearly .
Sincerely Audrey and Mike
To Deanna's family, my sincere condolences... so sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of being Deanna's hairdresser for 15 years, from 2005 to 2020. I enjoyed many conversations over the years and admired her for her sense of humour, her zest for life and her words of wisdom. She was one very special lady ❤️
Sheila, Don and family, we are sadden to hear about the loss of your Mom. We remember her fondly and always had a good time when we saw her. Our hearts are with you all.
Sincerely Patti, Ron and family.
Sheila, Don, Dave and families. My sincere sympathy to you all on the loss of Deanna. She was such a feisty, fun lady and I always enjoyed our visits to Calgary. I’m sorry I can’t be with you tomorrow but I will be following the livestream and I’ll be with you in spirit.
Sue Heim, Winnipeg
In my brief time being introduced to Deanne, I felt her immense love and concern for others. May you always feel her love and may my condolences confort you during this difficult time. She was a remarkable lady.
Deanna Turner is one of the greatest gifts I have received from the universe in having a friend like Deanna with her love,her support, kindness and special soul.
Gail Molson Plesa
A small message with love, in honor of your mother. Pretty lady. You will always be alive in my memories. Thanks for believing in me. I know that your mother's heart connected easily with mine and I loved every day that I was able to share with you. We'll see you later in eternity. With love. Alex.
Deanna was one of the most welcoming and joyful women that I've ever had the pleasure of meeting; she was always quick with a smile, compliment or joke. A little bundle of fun who sparkled with an energetic aura. This earth is a little bit dimmer without Deanna's presence. She's onto her next adventure now... a tiny firefly of life, love and mischief floating off into the universe. Hugs Deanna - XO Jill
I have many fun memories of Deanna. Sheila and I were best friends when we both lived in Varsity Estates in our junior high years. Deanna was always a spunky, smart driven woman with a lot of heart. I didn’t see her a lot after she and Sheila moved away from their varsity home, but whenever I did see her, she made me feel very special and I was always greeted with such a warm welcome. Her memory will live on through Sheila and all of her grandchildren, and great grandchildren, who are all very lucky to have had her in their lives and forever in their memories.
Deanna was full of life and always lifted us up after any visit or phone call. She had a way of making each of us feel special no matter what was happening in her life. She will be dearly missed by many.
Nanoose Bay, BC
Our heartfelt condolences go out to all of Deanna’s family. We so enjoyed our trip with Deanna and Dave to Europe on the Rhine River Cruise and then to Paris for a few days. Having champagne and toasting together at the top of the Eiffel Tower was a highlight. Rest in peace Deanna. You will be lovingly remembered by all who were blessed to have known you. Glenda and Rudy Tetreau
I am so saddened to hear of Deanna's passing . With this news came many memories flooding back of my time as Manager at Lori-Shea (Mayfair Place). She was at that time Mrs T and I so admired this little ball of energy. Sending condolences to all her family and friends. Rest easy dear lady.
Loved knowing Deanna,and meeting all of her family over the years. We have lost one very remarkable woman.
My deepest Condolences to the family.
I am so sorry for your loss, Sheila, Don and family. I am also sorry that I never had the opportunity to really get to know her. That brief encounter we had when I knocked on her door and you invited me in, was a blessing to me. From reading her obituary, it sounds as if Deanna had a huge love for life and people. Hold on to those precious memories and she will always be with you. I pray God’s love surrounds and comforts you during this difficult time.
Rita Driedger (#15)
Sheila, Don and family
I always enjoyed Deanna’s visits to Nanaimo
She was easily my most memorable friend and I will miss her for the rest of my life
Love to all of you who were lucky enough to share her marvelous life
Auntie Dee ......... you sure are going to be missed by us ....... all our visits and holidays over the years were always fun and interesting ....... you are one classy lady luv ya carol and gary ayley
Thank you Don for introducing your lovely mother-in-law to our office back in the 80’s. We’ve enjoyed doing business both real and “monkey-business” together ever since and I’ll never drive by without thinking of her. She was a bright light that will shine through her family always! Remember that those we love don’t go away….they walk beside us every day.
Sheila, Don and family. Ron and I are are so very sorry for the recent loss of your mom. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
xxxoooo Lynda and Ron
Dear Sheila/Don and entire family. We are so sorry for the loss of your beautiful mom, mother in law and grandmother.
Auntie Dee was such a big personality and her influence from the time I was 6 years old taught me to always be myself no matter the circumstance.
What an incredible teacher of life and love.
Hoping your loving and fond memories will be of some comfort during this sad time.
Love to you all - Stacey, Mike, Christopher and Liam Welch