Captain Phil Ash (ret) and Family. As Commander of London Commandery, Knight Hospitaler Order of Saint John of Jerusalem please accept condolences from all the members and myself on the death of your dear wife
and mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.
H.E. Bailiff Sheila M. DeJaegher DH
Just read that Meg had passed away and want to pass on our sympathy to you Phil and your family. We are currently wintering in Florida so unable to attend the service. Never forgotten you & Meg. You both have been a part of the great memories on Briarhill Ave. Bob,Anita & Family
Dear Phil and Family,
Losing a loved one is so very hard and words can never truly express one's feeling. However, Kathy and I have great memories and will simply concentrate on all the wonderful times with you Phil and your Megan during your long service to our Regiment.God Bless.
Plash (Phil) My deepest sympathies to you and your your family in the passing of Megan. I remember the first time that I met Megan -- she was so gracious and outgoing and over the years, though seldom, each meeting was a real pleasure.
Phil - although we have not seen very often over the years, I remember well our time together in Petawawa, Fort Lewis, Korea, London and other locations. I can still picture you and Megan driving through my town of Perth on a Saturday on your way to a wedding in Smiths Falls (I believe that it was Al Clarke) and you waved to me where I was standinig in front of the Pool Room on the main street.
Be of good heart, alte Kamarad. Look after yourself and please be assured that our prayers are with you at this time
Dear Uncle Phil, Owen, Elaine & families
Our deepest condolences at this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Aunt Megan has gone to a better place and is no longer suffering.
We will always remember your visits and good times.
Love David & Merle
Melanie, Steve & Paul