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I was so sorry to learn of this just now. May you know comfort and find consolation in shared memories and love, especially in this week of family reunion and Easter celebration. Peace be with you all.
Grandpa, you were a tough old bugger. I knew how much pain you were in but yet you always came to our family dinners with a big smile on your face and happy to see everyone without a complaint. I look up to you for that and hope I am as strong with my own battles. We miss you and will always keep you in our hearts.
To Marilyn & family,
Our deepest sympathy is extended to all your family on the recent passing of Gary. While I was grocery shopping on March 15, Brent told me about his father's passing. Rosalyn and I did not know of this sad event. I was shocked and so was Rosalyn when I told her. We are truly sorry for Gary being called to another place when he still had a lot of years on this earth. While both Gary and I were still in our respective work careers, we happened to meet on the bus a number of times on our way home. That's how we met; our friendship blossomed and continued to nurture our neighbourly visits each and every time we happened to run into each other. We thank Brent for letting me know. Our thoughts and prayers are with all your family during this difficult time. From your neighbour on Bulyea Crescent NW.
Our deepest sympathy to Marilyn, Brent and the family. We enjoyed the vegetables from Gary's garden.
My deepest condolences. Uncle Gary will be missed, his wit and humor will always be remembered. ox
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