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The Telegram Memoriams
November 2001


In Remembrance of Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Sister, Sister-in-Law. and Friend.
Mary Leonard who passed away November 27, 2001.
Today's world is so full of chaos and uncertainly. The need for angels is greater than ever, We are lucky in many ways to have a brand new angel to watch over us and protect us. We had you a for a year now. But we'd rather have you next to us. To guide us, teach us, laugh with us and to love. We know you are no longer in pain, You are finally at peace. Experiencing internal happiness, So, We will have to be patient. Remembering you every day until the day we are all together again.
With love from your three sons, five daughters and their families. Special love sent to you from your great-grandson Christian.

In loving memory of a Dear Mother
Marion Lewis who passed away November 29, 2001.
To hear your voice and see your smile, To sit with you and talk awhile, To be together in the same old way, would be our greatest wish today. So please God take a message, to our precious Mom up above, Tell her we miss her terribly, and give her all our love.
Ever remembered and sadly missed by her children and their families.

In loving memory of our Dear Mother, Grandmother and Great-Grandmother
Margaret Manning who was called from this world on November 28, 2001.
God knew that she was sufffering, That the hills were hard to climb, So her closed her weary eyelids, And whispered."Peace be thine". Away in the beautiful hills of God, By the valley of rest so fair, Some day, we know not when, We will meet our Mother there.
Forever loved and sadly missed by Jack, Marlaine and family; Margaret-Anne, Norm and family; Irene and family; Jim, Anne and family; Leonard and family; David, Vicki and family.

In fond and loving memory of a Dear Daughter and Sister
Goldie Thompson (Burke) who passed away November 29, 2001.
One year we've lived without you, Taking things day by day, Holding on to precious memories, that time can't take away. As time goes on without you, And the days turn into years, They hold a million memories, And a million silent tears. Remembering you is easy, We do that every day, It's the loss we fell without you, That never goes away. Not a day do we forget you, In our hearts you're always there, We love and miss you deeply, As it ends this first long year.
Forever loved and sadly missed by father and mother Harold and Jean Burke; brother Tony and sisters; Brenda and Beverley.

In loving memory of a Dear Wife and Mother
Goldie Jean Thompson who died November 29, 2001.
Gone from the earth so swiftly, Just like a flower in bloom, so young, so fair, so loving, yet called away so soon. We'll meet here some glad morning, Resting by waters fair, She is waiting for our coming, In the upper garden thee, Safe in the arms of Jesus.
Forever loved and in our hearts Bill, Charles and Jessica.


Daily News, Robinson Blackmore Newspapers and Evening Telegram/The Telegram newspaper articles
used with permission of The Telegram and Transcontinental Atlantic Media Group G.P.



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