Mr. Harold Frederick Donahee
God saw you were getting tired
And it was not meant to be,
So he put his arms around you
And whispered,''come to me''.
With tearful eyes we watched you
And saw you pass away,
Although we loved you dearly
We could not make you stay.
A golden heart stopped beating
Hard working hands at rest
God broke our hearts to prove to us
He only takes the best.
Love you Dad,
Carson, Heather and Michael
Catherine and family...Mum just told me of your Dad's passing yesterday - I was so sorry to hear it and send you all my thoughts and prayers during this sad time. Take care. Deirdre Pickford (Bieman)
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
To the family of Fred Donahee,
We wish to express our sincere sympathy to all those who loved this
lovely man. We met Fred at the Sunnybrook Veterans Centre, where he
became a good friend of my father, John Eckertt. Fred and my Dad would
play Bingo in the evenings, and whichever of them won, they would share
the winnings. Fred always had a smile, and was a favourite amongst the
other residents, staff and visitors for his gentle disposition and dapper
style of clothing. He will be missed by so many, and we wish you all a
sense of peace in his passing.
Sincerely, John, Carolyn, and Gord Eckertt. (K1W35)
Mary Elizabeth, Catherine and Carson. Your father, and for that matter all of you were all like family to me. Your fathers smile and laugh will live on in my heart forever as it will I am sure for all of you and your families.