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Jean Olding MORROW Obituary
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May 6, 2020
I never got to know Mrs. Morrow, I heard of her passing from members of my church, but I did know her son Ross Morrow through Scouts Canada. When I was living in Nova Scotia, I attened Kings Presbyterian Church where I was able to get acquainted with Ross again. When I returned to Toronto, I went back to St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church Humber Heights where the Morrow family grew up at and the boys attended The Mighty 4th Humber West Scout Group. I was able to stay in some conversation with Ross. When my mother passed away in2016, Ross gave his condolence for the loss of my mother. I, therefore give Ross and the Morrows my condolence for the loss of their mother. I pray for the Morrows and take care and god bless.

Sincere, Robert Heath.
March 25, 2020
Mrs. Morrow had great stories about her life always focusing on family. Many a time she offered for me to stay overnight when she was in her apartment, when we had bad weather. I was always appreciative of the offer, telling her that I promise I would be careful getting home. Her offers were always so sincere.

My sympathies go out to the family

Barb Smith
Belmont House
March 25, 2020
Please know that I liked Jean vey much. I first met her here at Belmont House 4 years ago and then I was the volunteer who saw her as often as possible when Jean moved to the West Wing.

I loved Jean's stories about the Maritimes and about her family and her delightful stories about her mother.

You will surely miss her dearly while cherishing lovely memories of your life with Jean.


Most sincerely and with condolences

Eleanor Kerfoot
March 24, 2020
Mrs. Morrow and I had a special friendship at Belmont House as we both came from Nova Scotia. Every day when she would pass by the front desk she always said to me that " we nova scotians must stick together"... we would then both agree and have a light laugh. Mrs. Morrow was such a kind soul always looking out for me at the front desk especially on very cold winter days she would offer to get me a cup of coffee and also offer to bring from her apartment a blanket to keep me warm. Belmont has a rose garden and she was very knowledgeable about roses and would share her passion with me. I would like to extend my deepest condolences to her children and hugs from me to all of you. Love Debi McNeil- former front desk supervisor now retired.
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