Dear Marianne, Peter, Paula and Patricia,
My sincere condolenences on the passing of your father. His passing being so close to your mother's loss is difficult for your whole family. Although I didn't know your father very well I often heard such wonderful stories of his kind and gentle nature. I wish I had known him better. May God extend his special comforting love to each of you during this time. Our faith tells us that God cares for us deeply and will be there for us and is only a prayer away.
God bless you, Sincerely
I will always remember the hockey house party's cheering on the Habs on the big screen, well Phillip and Peter were. Mr & Ms Arab always made us feel at home and there baked chicken was amazing. I always enjoyed our life talks while I waited for Peter to get ready. He was a great guy and I will remember some of the advice he gave me. Sadly missed.
Dear Marianne, Patricia, Paula and Peter and family, my heart has never not been heavy in the past two months. I am so sorry for the loss of your Dad. He was a very special man who touched so many. There are no words when there are two great losses in one family. No words of comfort to make the tears and pain go away when it is all so fresh. All we can do is have faith and believe that this is how it was suppose to be. I am thankful I got to see him before I left and hold his hand and kiss him on the cheek and show him those old pictures that made him smile. My love and prayers are with you all. love Debbie
To dear Paula, whose name I omitted in my last contact, please forgive my oversight & accept our condolences on the loss of your dear Mom & Dad.
With love, Peter Purcell.
Phillip ;kind, gentle & so much fun, joins his beloved "Patsy" his perfect reflection.
"Patsy"; a kind & gentle spirit, known for her empathy & caring.
No one loved their children & family more. Their love remains.
Loved & remembered, Peter & Sharon Purcell.