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Phyllis J. POLLARD December 19, 1932 - November 19, 2017

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Phyllis J. POLLARD

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January-12-18
Phyllis lived with a joyous spirit, open mind and compassionate heart. It was an honour to know her.
December-11-17
Phyllis was my teacher in elementary school, a fellow calligrapher and friend. I will miss her wicked sense of humour and deep sensibility that can only be gained from teaching the young!
December-02-17
I was Minister at James Bay United Church. Phyllis had a very liberal theological perspective while I was more traditional in view. She always claimed l could make her so mad about what l said, but then she would have to forgive me when she heard I had done something kind to or with someone in the church or community. We came to appreciate each other's perspective.
December-01-17
I worked alongside Phyllis as a fellow organist in the 1970's and later in government. Lovely lady, may she rest in eternal peace.
November-29-17
I am deeply sorry to hear of Phyllis J. Pollard's passing. I remember her when I went to Beacon Hill School. We were in the same class together during Grades 1 to 4. In three of our school pictures we sat next to each other. She was quiet spoken and sweet. I never forgot her.
Lorraine Holt (nee Parkinson)
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