Dear Uncle Irvin and cousins Carol, Angela, Brenda, Kenton, and families,
Aunt Tillie first endeared herself to me when I was a starving student attending RJC in Rosthern, Sask. She was like a mother to me when I needed one, being away from home for the first time in my life. Ever after, she was special to me and I will always have the fondest of memories of her. How could I not love someone so much like my own mother, her sister.
I have wonderful memories of Aunt Tillie. She was very kind and soft spoken. I have fond memories of family gatherings at her home on Chilliwack Mountain with all the different levels. What food there was to be enjoyed there!
Rachel (Friesen) Dyck
Dear Mr Abrams
Truly sorry to hear about your wife! Always remember her coming into the store with you, she always had that smile! Next time you are in the store please lets have a coffee. Ross Candow
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all on this day of sadness. We always enjoyed visiting with Aunt Tillie and Uncle Irvin on their trips through Saskatchewan and we will miss her.
Garry and Robin
My thoughts and prayers are with you Uncle Irvin, Carol, Angela, Brenda and Kenton. I have such great memories of Aunt Tillie from a little girl to the most recent time I saw her, she was so beautiful, so classy and was always greeted with a warm smile.
May her memories bring you comfort and love.
Love, Naomi Barnhart (Regina, Sask.)