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January-30-18
Hi Keith and Carol, please accept my deepest sympathy on the passing of your mum and my Aunty Kay. Sadly, I've just found out about the passing of Aunty Kay, following the return of a Christmas card which we sent to her. As a graduate of Pearson College, I stayed with your parents for some months and shared many wonderful and unforgettable moments with them. One in particular that I recall is when Aunty Kay, one morning, jumping out of the shower (fully clad!) and exclaiming "Save water, shower with a friend!" I will always remember Aunty Kay as a wonderful soul who was full of fun, charmingly rebellious and most generous of heart.
November-11-17
Our Auntie Kay was charming, warm-hearted and fun to visit over the years. My siblings, family and I learned so much about our ancestry from her. A visit to Uncle Ted and Auntie Kay always involved drinking enjoying in proper teacups, and china plates full of squares, chocolates, cookies and cake being passed around while conversing on a variety of subjects. Kelly and Matthew enjoyed these get-together along with keyed wind-up toys, Hampshire the dog, and second, third, fourth and fifth helpings during tea time. There were always flowers on the table and antiques in the room. Humour found its way in every conversation with Auntie Kay. She made an effort to welcome new Canadians and international visitors to Canada, her beloved country, and always made them feel welcome and cared for. Our loving condolences to her much loved son, daughter, and daughter-in-law, Keith, Carol, and Kathy, and to her devoted granddaughters Marina and Sarah.
November-10-17
My thoughts of your Mother Keith & Carol will be remembered forever. My sympathy to you and all family.

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