We were always quick to laugh at her witty jokes and easy sense of humour. Her ability to give unconditionally, to make people feel wanted and loved, and her genuine interest and concern made her a very warm and loving person.
The time spent with her was far too short but so full. There are no words we can say or write that can express the depth of our experiences: how important she was to each of us, the impact she had on our lives and the loss that we all now feel.
Her memory will be dear to and present in many hearts for a long time to come.
Anytime there is a mention of cherry cheese cake, banana bread, devilled eggs, or apple crumble, my thoughts will always drift towards the many fond memories I have of Aunt Wendy. Every time I light the BBQ I will think of her and the love we share for barbecuing.
Whenever we would find ourselves alone on our birthdays we would always go for dinner together. Our birthdays were close enough that we could celebrate together. As we sat waiting for our server to arrive we would promise each other that there would be absolutely no surprise (embarrassing) happy birthday songs from the staff at the restaurant. We both wanted it that way.
We hope that wherever you are now that you are happy and carefree. You will never be forgotten. We will never stop missing or loving you. Nobody can ever take the place you hold in our hearts.
We love you Aunt Wendy.
Branden Carson and Mishi Foltyn
Aunt Wendy was always thinking of others, she would always bring her deviled eggs to family functions because she knew how much I loved them. I will always miss her. I love you Aunt Wendy.
When I first met you, you were my boyfriend's Sister. Then you became my Sister-in-Law,and over the years you became the sister I never had. I would like to Thank You for being the best Aunt to Branden. Cody and Matthew, they could not have asked for a better Aunt.
I could not have asked for a better aunt. She will be greatly missed and never forgotten.
Deepest sympathy to Aunt Mildred, Uncle Cecil and family, Wendy will be greatly missed by all. My greatest memories of Aunt Wendy was when I visited ontario when I was 9 yrs old and she took us to Canada's Wonderland. I always looked forward to her visits when she travelled down to Baie Vert in the summer. She will be missed but never forgotten. Love you all Laura Calder