I am sad that I did not have a chance to speak to her after I left Calgary in 1999. My memory of her is full of her smiles, kindnesses and good works. She testified to me the mighty God who helps us live positively a life that can be very difficult at times. She also encouraged me significantly as we ministered together at New Life Centres. May peace, love and comfort in Christ be with the whole family as they miss her so much.
Our sincerest condolences in this very sad time. Our thoughts are with you. In lue of flowers a donation has been made to The Mustard Seed of Calgary in Margaret's memory. Irene Gray and Family
Mrs Alho and were 'tea buddies' for many years. I first met her through my late brother, Derek, around 1995. She was my 'Canadian' mother and friend. I spoke to her a few hours before she died. What a lovely spirit she had and I will miss that contageous laugh she had. Mrs A, enjoy eternity with Jesus. Cathie
Rolland and Carolyn please accept our deepest condolences on the passing of your mother.
On behalf of the members of Cantrak Society of Model Railroaders
Selwyn and Mary Morris.