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June-27-18
dear audrey it is one of your old students from montgomrey all of the classes say r i p same from my family ecspecialy my dad jayson k while i got to go bye
October-13-17
My sympathies.
October-11-17
Jim. Our deepest sympathies on the loss of your mother.
Tom, Yvonne, Christopher, Andrew (Jill Okrainetz), Mathew, (Raylene Alan), and Elizabeth Plishka
October-11-17
Jeffrey & Jimmy
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your Mom.
October-10-17
I would like to say that my two years working with Audrey at Montgomery School were such a delight. She was so passionate about the children and I would marvel at how she would get just the right book into the students' hands. She would ask them what their interests were and then guide them through her library until they had a book they were truly excited about. She gave our children the gift of the love of reading. She loved the students, her job, and sharing her many pedagogical strengths with our staff. SPSD will truly miss this amazing lady.
October-09-17
Dear Jeffrey, Jimmy,your families, John, Marion, Janet and William It is difficult to find words to truly portray what Audrey's loss so young will mean to you and all of us who treasured her. Being Jimmy's vice-principal and teacher in grade 8 created a wonderful opportunity to work with your mom as a parent; then I was blessed to work with her as principal when she was a teacher-librarian, so loved, at Howard Coad. Only Audrey would personalize a gift of an angel dressed in Ukrainian costume, along with a jar of pickled herrings. We shared the love of our sons (Jimmy and BJ would canoe the Churchill as adults); humor, a passion for excellence in education, lessons on the journey of life, our heritage, nature,books to read, travel and so much more. Audrey was one of the first to visit when our BJ passed three years ago and her eyes and hug replaced her loss of words. Jimmy and Jeffrey, you know you were your mom's life,she was so, so proud of what you have become as men and of your accomplishments. To her siblings, Audrey always spoke highly of each of you and the special times that brought you together were always shared with excitement. Know that your mom and sister's spirit will live on in your hearts and souls and she will watch over you now with guidance, protection and everlasting love. Now as you feel a drop of rain, flake of snow, falling leaf,feather, coin or a
gust of wind, see waves of water, nature's creatures, and welcome the rising and setting sun, you will know your mom and sis are whispering her love for you in another plane. May Audrey rest in peace after leaving a beautiful legacy that will ensure you, her family, will carry on, just as Audrey would want things to be. With lasting memories and love,
October-07-17
To Jimmy and family - our hearts go out to you on the loss of your mother. May the good times you shared together shine forever in your hearts.
October-04-17
I'm very sorry to hear of Audrey's passing. My condolences to her sons & brothers & sisters. My four siblings & I grew up across the street from her house for 13 yrs. Throughout the years later, I would see Audrey often & catch up on family news. She had a huge heart & love of life. She will be missed! Darlene Hamilton (Hretsina)
October-03-17
For Aunt Audrey, taken too soon.
October-03-17
Growing up, some of my best memories were of my Aunt Audrey and Uncle John and my cousins Jeffrey and Jimmy coming to visit my family in Winnipeg. When I got my license, she would always let me borrow her car to drive along 8th street (looking for boys of course). As I got older, I'd drive out to Saskatoon and visit them on my own. We would always run to Market Mall to wander around for nothing, talking the whole time. Audrey was an amazing listener. She was calm and peaceful to speak to. She genuinely listened to me. She seldom gave advice but when she did it was "learn, educate yourself and learn some more". She taught me that Turkey Dinner isn't just for Christmas and that getting my degree was something no one could take away from me. She was proud of her Ukranian heritage and shared her love of painted easter eggs by taking us to the museum to learn how to do them ourselves. She loved Charlie brown Christmas trees and a really cold house. She showed me that washing your hair in a freezing cold lake (Waskesiu) was the best way to get it shiny, and that she had a wacky sense of humor telling my little sister the fish eyes are good for you. As I was growing up, it was evident more than anything, that Audrey loved 'her boys' more than pretty much anything. That is what I will remember when I think of my Aunt Audrey. I loved her.

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