My sincerest heartfelt condolences to Ken and the family.
Dear Ken and family, It is easily three decades since I have seen Sheila but have often thought of her and remember her with fondness and admiration. I'm very sorry for your loss.
Having been out of the country for several weeks, I just learned of Sheila's passing. We covered many of the same events on Parliament Hill many years ago. Sheila was always a true professional. To Ken and family: My thoughts are with you.
Sheila was one of my first bosses and has remained an inspiration to me thoughout my career, and no doubt to many other women. My deepest sympathies to Ken, Lauren and Ellis.
So sorry to hear of Sheila's passing. Sincere sympathy to your entire family.
Ken, just heard the news about Sheila this morning - the words are not coming to me easily. Please accept my deepest condolences, extended to you and your family. Shalindhi
Je me souviendrai de cette femme à la fois si forte et si douce - I will remember Sheila - together so strong and so sweet .
I have many times over the years thought of Sheila wondering what had become of her. We were good friends way back at Carleton Heights Public School. I always knew she was going to become someone more special than she already was as a young girl.
I am so sorry for your loss. Rest in peace beautiful Sheila.
Ken mon ami, I am deeply shocked and saddened to hear of your loss. My thoughts go out to you and your family.
I am with Sheila's family in spirit... I had the pleasure to work with Sheila and I will always remember her as a hard worker with wonderful family's values... She was a real communicator and we all learn from her... May she rest in peace!
My deepest sympathy to the family. Sheila was a wonderful person that I got to know and admire when working as her Assistant at Justice.
I very saddened to hear that she had passed on.
Phil, Please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your sister. No words can make the heartache go away. Treasure your memories and may they always make you smile.
Your neighbours - Kim, Pierre, and Alex Trudel
So many cherished memories. Love always to Ken, Lauren, and Ellis.
It is very sad to hear of and read this news. Sheila was a wonderful person. To the Bird family - The Scott family pass along our deepest sympathy and expressed sorrow.
Dear Ken, Lauren and Ellis
I am so deeply saddened to know that you have lost Sheila. I wanted to let you know that my heart is breaking for you all during this very difficult time.
Sincerely believe that November is one of the cruelest months of the year but it is good that her suffering is now over and she is at peace.
My thoughts are with you my Brother.
My family and I will forever remember Sheila as somebody who helped me tremendously while at Justice Canada. You and the kids are in our prayers today. She was a wonderful person.
My heartfelt sympathies. It was truly an honour to have worked with Sheila at the Department of Justice.
My sincere condolences to Ken & the family.
I knew Sheila from our days at Radio Canada in the late '80s, and we became instant friends. She always had a great sense of humour, dignity & loyalty. I'll miss her dearly.
My heartfelt condolences to the entire Rockburn and Bird family. I met Sheila and had the pleasure of being in the company of a wonderful woman and family. I am truly sorry for your loss.
Sincerely, Carrie (Friend of David Bird)
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your wife, Sheila. Tom and I send our sympathy at this sad time. Our thoughts are with you.
my thoughts are with all of you
All my love and sympathies to Ken, Lauren and Ellis. Sheila was a wonderful friend to me. I have benefited enormously from her help and advice. I will miss her but I know the memories will last forever.
I knew Sheila in our years at Carleton University's School of Journalism and encountered her sometimes, in her work at Foreign Affairs, at international conferences that I covered as a Canadian Press reporter. My sincere condolences to Ken, Lauren and Ellis, and to her many friends and colleagues.