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Wendy Lucille GAMBLE

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June-24-18
RIP Wendy.
December-15-17
Thank you Wendy for helping to preserve the history of New Toronto, and for inspiring heritage building owners to restore their properties to their former glory, and to re-purpose those buildings to inspire a new generation. Those beautiful properties you helped bring attention to, and help saved them from destruction, are the cornerstones of the neighbourhood. Generations to follow will be fascinated to learn the history of these beautiful buildings and this wonderful neighbourhood. Thank you.
November-25-17
Holding fond memories with my children of earlier days at Second Street School with Ms. Gamble. She was a gifted, intuitive teacher and a warm, caring person. Heartfelt condolences to Ms. Gamble's Family and Friends.
Sincerely, K. Marshall&Family
November-21-17
A wonderful lady. Much missed by a loving family and friends.
November-15-17
My dear friend, I am going to miss you so much. We have been friends since Teacher's College. That bond grew over the years and was filled with laughter, tears, sharing of ideas, travelling, skating, card playing, movies(Paul Newman) and so many more. I'll never forget when you, your mom, my mom and my three children(Michael wasn't born yet) saw Pope John Paul 2 at the old Exhibition Stadium. Also when you and I took our mothers to see Kelly Walker on the piano. My kids all loved you and share my grief. You were also so kind to my grandkids. Always remembering them with your cute little cards. I will always love you and never forget you. God Bless and hugs from Madeline (Slivinski) Beverly
November-13-17
Wendy was a great student at Mimico High School and teacher in Etobicoke. She and I would attend the 8:00 AM Latin classes with a few other puffy eyed and bushy tailed scholars under the skilled tutelage of Mr. Hope. Wendy was always happy and welcomed discussion on any subject. God bless you, Wendy.
November-13-17
My sincere condolences on the passing of Wendy. She was such a wonderful & gentle lady. God Bless!
November-12-17
Dear Wendy Lou, you touched so man lives, were loved by so many people. Your loss leaves a darkness in my heart.
November-12-17
A great loss for all who knew her. Condolences to the family.

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