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Ross Y. Archibald May 11, 1948 - November 08, 2017

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December-04-17
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
December-01-17
No words can express my deepest condolences and how truly sorry I am for such a tragic loss. He remains in the hearts of all who knew him.
December-01-17
I am deeply saddened by the news and offer my sincerest apologies and condolences. Ross, Jenny, Mark and Edwin worked on Stewardship Outreach and it was a great team. I am in Alberta but my heart goes out to all of you. Anna Rozwadowska ❤
November-21-17
So sorry for your loss. You are in my thoughts. I trust your many friends and family are providing comfort. One never knows when a trajedy will hit. Each day and moment is so precious.
November-21-17
Dear Marilyn,
So sorry to hear about your husband's sudden passing. All my best wishes. Vicky Scott
November-18-17
I am so sorry to learn of Ross's sudden passing. He always stopped at our house on McKenzie St with his beloved dog to chat with my late husband Neil and get a dog treat. He was a village fixture seen walking by every day and will be very much missed.
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