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November-19-17
We are so sorry for you children, we loved your mom and love your dad.

Penny and Bruce
November-15-17
I'll always remember your Mom with fondness. She was my "favourite lady ". Miss you, Marj.
November-13-17
Members of the BC Government Retired Employees Association wish to extend their condolences to Marjorie's family and friends.
November-04-17
My sincere condolence to the family and friends of Marjorie. I worked with Marj., at the coffee shop at B.C. Ferries many years ago. She was such a happy,cheerful and a helpful lady. I am sad she has passed, my thoughts are with the family at this time. Take care.
November-02-17
Your mom was a cutie when she won at bingo, loved dabbing her card when she missed a number which brought out her wonderful smile. Memories of her will always be in our hearts.
November-01-17
I am so so sorry for your Loss. I loved Mrs. Ruest!! I will never forget eating dinners or having sleepovers with Lise and your Mom always asking "how's your blood? Are you OK? Do we need to make you more food? What can I get you? Here, eat some more." She was always so concerned about me and constantly showed me love and that she was someone I could count on. RIP Mrs. Ruest, may you always fly high with the Angels!
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