• Coutts Funeral Home & Cremation Centre
    Cambridge, ON
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Doris Baker 1922 - 2010

Doris Baker

October 11, 2010
Doris was a wonderful, caring and thoughtful friend. Please accept our deepest condolences. Doris will surely go straight to Heaven!

Josie and David Giometelo, Brampton
October 10, 2010
Hope where you are Ted is by your side and there is plenty of dancing and the lottery!.You made me laugh,you will be sadly missed.
Love Stephanie XXXX
October 9, 2010
When I was a little girl,
You taught me how to knit and pearl, and if I ate my crusts my hair would curl,
If a thunder bolt should strike Collier Row, under the stairs we would go...

When I was older,
You taught me life was for laughing, dancing and living, Never taking - always giving.


Your glass was always half full, even after a flutter when the Scotch bottle and your purse were half empty! :-)
For you friends and family were plenty.

Birthdays and Christmas a card was always sent, but sadly across the miles not enough time and company spent.

Nan I'm so sorry I didn't get to say goodbye at the end of your days,
But I want you to know I will miss you today and always.

I hope that in a while, when I think of you it will be with a smile,
As I'll picture you dancing with Grandad Ted, side by side again like the day you were wed,

I love you Nan, it's so sad your life had to end,
Goodbye from Lindsey, your Grandaughter and your friend.

XXX
October 9, 2010
When I was a little girl,
You taught me how to knit and pearl, and if I ate my crusts my hair would curl,
If a thunder bolt should strike Collier Row, under the stairs we would go...

When I was older,
You taught me life was for laughing, dancing and living, Never taking - always giving.


Your glass was always half full, even after a flutter when the Scotch bottle and your purse were half empty! :-)
For you friends and family were plenty.

Birthdays and Christmas a card was always sent, but sadly across the miles not enough time and company spent.

Nan I'm so sorry I didn't get to say goodbye at the end of your days,
But I want you to know I will miss you today and always.

I hope that in a while, when I think of you it will be with a smile,
As I'll picture you dancing again with Grandad Ted, side by side just like the day you were wed,

I love you Nan, it's so sad your life had to end,
Goodbye from Lindsey, your Grandaughter and your friend.

XXX
October 9, 2010
When I was a little girl,
You taught me how to knit and pearl, and if I ate my crusts my hair would curl,
If a thunder bolt should strike Collier Row, under the stairs we would go...

When I was older,
You taught me life was for laughing, dancing and living, Never taking - always giving.


Your glass was always half full, even after a flutter when the Scotch bottle and your purse were half empty! :-)
For you friends and family were plenty.

Birthdays and Christmas a card was always sent, but sadly across the miles not enough time and company spent.

Nan I'm so sorry I didn't get to say goodbye at the end of your days,
But I want you to know I will miss you today and always.

I hope that in a while, when I think of you it will be with a smile,
As I'll picture you dancing again with Grandad Ted, side by side just like the day you were wed,

I love you Nan, it's so sad your life had to end,
Goodbye from Lindsey, your Grandaughter and your friend.

XXX
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