My wife and I were heart broken to hear of the loss of your son. Please accept our sincerest condolences.
Dear Rollie: I have just learned of your untimely and tragic departure from us with shock and deep sense of loss. Our younger brothers should not go before us.
It seems so very long ago that you came to join me at the "tender" age of nineteen in 1993, out of the big city to a country village. We knew you were good, didn't we, but did either of us have any idea of what a star-studded career you had ahead of you or how many lives you would touch in such a positive manner?? No, I don't think it ever entered our little heads.
Rollie; I am so proud of what you have accomplished in both your career and personal life and want to thank you so very much for the opportunity to have had just a little bit of guidance and inspiration in making it come to pass.
Jim UC ret'd Stn 330
You have been my best friend for the past 5 years and have looked up to you like a brother. You will be on my mind every day and I will miss you. Rest in peace my friend.
Rest in Peace Brother
40 years as paramedic in B. C.
Please accept my sympathy.
Maurice D Smith, Kingston, Ontario.