• Jerrett Funeral Homes
    Toronto, ON
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Mrs. Madeline Antonette Allicock (Blake) 1948 - 2010

Mrs. Madeline Antonette Allicock (Blake)

October 14, 2010
I had not seen Delly since we were teenagers. It was a sincere pleasure to hear her voice when she called to extend her sympathy to me and my family,when my mom, Olive Beharry passed in May 2004. I was so pleasantly surprised and overwhelmed when I heard her voice, it was as though we had never lost contact with each other. I wondered about her over the years. Mike saw my sister Sandra and her husband Arlington at a function in New York, a week ago, and told them about Delly's condition. I was so sad. We tend to think that we will unite with our friends sometime in the future. My childhood memories of her will never be forgotten. She was a very mature, dear, thoughtful and respectful person gone too soon.

My siblings and I would like to extend our sincere sympathy to the Allicock and Blake families. Love to all and God bless.
October 14, 2010
Madeline was not only a neighbour but a very good friend to both myself and my girls, Felicity and Rebecca. We will miss her smile and comforting words, her laughter and the many, many warm nights sharing a glass of wine and great conversation out on the patio. Just remember that you mom, grandmother, aunt, friend, sister will always be with you in your heart, your thoughts in happy times and sad. Madeline has now become your guardian angel.
October 14, 2010
October 14, 2010

Dear Binks, Michelle, Karyn, Sandra, Edith, and other members of the Blake and Allicock Family,

Words cannot express how deeply sorry I am for your loss.

I just wanted to let you know that my dear friend, Delie (Madeline), will be missed terribly. My heart is truly saddened by her death, and I feel a real sense of loss. Friends like Delie are few in life and it is with a heavy heart that I also grieve with your loss.

Throughout the years, I have valued Delie’s friendship, kindness, and thoughtfulness. I will sorely miss all of our laughs, conversations, and the times we spent together enjoying each other’s company. I will always keep her gestures of caring, and goodwill deeply within my heart to remind me of our beautiful friendship. Friends are like angels set upon this earth, and Delie was one of these angles who stood beside me throughout the years through thick and thin. Her friendship meant the world to me, and I couldn’t have asked for a more genuine friend than Delie. Your loss is also my loss. May God give all of you the strength to deal with this painful loss, because words cannot heal the pain of losing someone so dear.

Please let God’s promise that He would “NEVER LEAVE YOU OR FORSAKE YOU”, and the fact that we are sharing in your sorrow, and are lifting you up in prayer, COMFORT AND HELP ALL OF YOU THROUGH THE DAYS AHEAD.

Your friend, and Delie’s friend,
On behalf of the Gill’s family, please accept our deepest sympathy.
October 14, 2010
I will always remember Auntie Deli’s family parties at Christmas, her cherry cheese cake and our summer times spent with the family. Auntie Deli was always kind and loving to us (Kevin and I), cared about our well-being, and always offered words of encouragement and advice. She always made me feel at home, where I felt safe and loved. I will miss you dearly.
Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we feel. We offer our deepest heartfelt sympathy and offer condolence to Uncle (Binks) Lucien, daughters Michelle, Karyn and Sandra, and the Blake family, on the passing of Auntie (Deli) Madeline. We send you thoughts of peace, courage and comfort.
October 13, 2010
I would not be able to tell the story of my childhood without having 'Auntie Deli', 'Uncle Binks', and 'Michelle-Karyn-and-Sandra' (one word) as an integral part of that tale. My happiest moments usually included them, because spending time with them was truly an institution! Weekends were ALL about visiting with them, going on trips with them, spending holidays. Just to hear the doorbell ring, in anticipation of their arrival, or when we pulled into their driveway, used to put the biggest grin on my face. Pure glee, every time. Myself and my brother Brian, always looked forward to those times, because they were genuinely great to us, and showed us a lot of love, respect and kindness. We were always welcome in their home, and we were treated like one of their own. And that, I'll never forget.

My heartfelt condolences to my Uncle Binks (Lucien), and my cousins Michelle, Karyn and Sandra.
Aunt Del shall be greatly missed, yet always remembered.
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