Barry, Charles and Margaret,I was saddened to learn of Frances passing.She had always welcomed me , and for that i am thankful.
Barry, Margaret and Charles, I was so sad to hear about Frances passing. I have known her my whole life. I remember as a child being so excited whenever Barry and Frances would come to mom and dads to visit. Barry was so silly and fun and I always remember Frances laughing, probably at Barry's antics. As a matter of fact I still loved visiting with them as an adult! Frances was so kind and funny and I will remember her fondly. Love Michelle Zinck and family
Barry and family,
Just heard the sad news about Frances, my sincerest condolences. I remember driving back with you, Frances and Charles one time from a Singer meeting in Quebec City and recall that Frances kept us entertained all the way back with her witty comments and conversation. She was a wonderful person.
Barry, Charles, and family
Yes, it was quite shocking to hear the sad news. We can never truly empathize with another. However, at this time of loss we certainly share your grief. It always appeared that Frances had great joy in making others happy – her smile and laughter were contagious, her door always open, and her words insightful. And although no words can really help ease the loss you bear, please know that you and the family are close in our thoughts and prayers.
We will touch base with you upon our return to Bedford in the New Year.
Graham (Anne and Ben)
Dear Lorna: I was just talking to John David Langley and he told me of your loss. I was sorry to hear of your sister, Frances, death. She will always be looking out for all that she loved. You and all of her family have my deepest sympathy. Love, Jo-anne Macdonald, Port Hawkesbury.