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February-06-18
I am so sorry to hear of Lois' passing. She married my cousin, Orest, about 40 years ago, which is when I first met her. I have always admired her fashionable style of dressing, and she was always beautifully groomed. Once, she wore an opal ring I admired. I told her that I loved opals. So imagine my surprise when she and Orest returned from a trip to Norfolk Island with a pair of small opal stud earrings set in gold as a gift for me! I treasure them. Lois always tried to be kind and inclusive to Orest's children: John (Dina), Laurie (Brad), David (Jacquie), and Michael. She was in regular touch with Orest's siblings: Roman (Doris), Evan (Sharon), Elaine (Bohdan), and Peter (Stephanie). She always remembered my son, Matthew, who felt honoured to be chosen as pallbearer for Orest when he passed away. Lois' graciousness extended to Orest's first wife, Barbara, and they had a happy, supportive relationship with one another, so rarely found between two women who were married to the same man! My sympathies to all of Lois' five children and many grandchildren. Rest peacefully, Lois. You have had an amazing life.
February-05-18
It is heart breaking to hear the sad news of Lois' passing. She and mom were great friends and shared stories going back many years, and our parents spent lots of enjoyable times with her in both Edmonton and Palm Springs. Mom and dad missed seeing her in Edmonton these past few years but knew she was excited to be settled in Victoria surrounded by family and making new friends. We were sad to lose our mom this past August and know the pain of your loss, but no doubt like us, it is balanced with the peace and knowledge that your remarkable mom had a very full and loving and long life. May your memories and lots of storytelling help with the healing as you mourn her.
Thinking of you all,
The Assaly family
February-04-18
My heart goes out to all of you, Trudy, Doug, Dean, Laurie, Rob, in the loss of your sweet, wonderful Mother. She was such a good faithful friend to so many, never forgetting and including all of us in the long and memberable life we shared as bridge players , mothers, housewives, neighbors,golfers and so many other ordinary things we lived and did together as real friends.
I am so glad to have been one of those friends of your Mother. I will miss her very much. With Love, and caring.

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