Karen, I would like to express condolences on behalf of my faher, and my late mother, Joyce Dyson, from Great Yeldham, Essex, England. Her family befriended your mother during the second world war when she was serving in the ATS, posted from Scotland to Essex, and our respective mothers kept up correspondence until my mother died a few years ago. Your mother's energy in all she did was an inspiration to her.
Thinking of you and sending love and hugs from Revelstoke. Your sweet mother was always such a joy to be around. Lovely memories of watching your parents dance and skate together! My mom and Terry will be there to represent us, sorry we can't be there with you. Love Ashley and Chris
Karen, I am sorry to hear of the passing of your mom, Please find comfort and peace that she is with Tony and Victor, and she lived a long healthy prosperous life. I know she will be missed by many, love Monica Unsworth
I would like to express my condolences with the passing of your Mother. Nan was my first coach in Peterboro over 60 yrs. ago. I never forgot her. I loved watching her & Tony skate.
I send my condolences to you, Karen, in the loss of your darling Mom. I remember the last time I saw you both when you attended my father's reception ( Patrick KALEBABA) after he passed away. It was obvious at that time how much you cared & loved your Mom. You were very tender & gentle with her. Death just changes our relationship with those we love so now your memories will be so special to you.
Sincerely, Cheryl Kalebaba NOZACK
My dear dear Karen, What a wonderful memory of your mom. She looks fabulous in the photo. My prayers and love are with you always. You know she is now in a paradise with your dad and brother. (and of course, they are always with you)Have a wonderful reception. I love you so much, Sandra
I was sorry to read of the death of your mother. You don't know me, and I didn't actually know your mother either, but I did see her beautiful and moving Easter Story at St. Paul's United Church in the late 70's. I was so moved by it, I remember taking pictures of each one of the floral displays. It was the highlight of Easter for me that year,I have never forgotten it, every Easter I think about it and remember her excellent designs beautifully depicting the death and resurrection of Jesus. It was something I will never forget.
I thought you might like to know that something your mother created so many years ago, had such a profound effect on someone.
Dear Karen: Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your mother. She was quite the lady and I know that you will miss her dearly. Thinking of you, David & Leslie Grant