Dear Uncle Eugene, Willie, Linus, Claude and Maurice. So sad to hear of Aunt Viola’s passing. She had such a wonderful spirit. Thinking fondly of the times I had with her in Cape Breton and sending you all love to help you through this time. So sorry for your loss.
Thank you very much for the flowers. They were very beautiful with some purple flowers. Her favorite colour.
Eugene and family. I am so sad to hear of Viola’s passing.. Been years since I had seen her. Actually last time was on the Cheticamp boardwalk. My daughter and I ran into you and her. The two of you were always so friendly. And of course I remember her from growing up in LaPrairie. My heart goes out to all of you. May my beautiful cousin RIP. Sending thoughts, prayers, deepest sympathy and hugs to all of the family.
Sympathy from Barbara LeBlanc in Terre Noire.
Dear Linus: Your mom sounds like a warm, wonderful lady and I know she will be sorely missed. I am so sorry for your loss. Maureen Morriscey
Thank you very much Maureen
Very sorry to here on Viola .Wishing Eugene and the Family all the best at this time and your memories be warm ones.
Eugene and Family, you all are in our thoughts and prayers.
Condolence from Gus & Marie Pearson
Thank you very much
Linus, Eugene and family, We are so sorry for your loss. You are all in our thoughts snd prayers as you gather today to share and remember Viola together.❤
Thank you very much.
Our deepest sympathies Eugene and family on Viola’s passing. May her love and fond memories help you in the days ahead. Rosita and Norman
Eugene, Maurice and family, we send our hugs to you all. We remember how welcoming Viola was as the 1st Port Hawkesbury Scout group ate lunch at your place, while to see the Hatchery in Margaree, and fishing along the Margaree River with you as our tour guide Eugene. Big hugs to the grandchildren. May your wonderful memories help guide you in times of difficulty and her smile guide you in the days ahead.
Dear Eugene. We are sorry to hear of Villas passing but we know she is with God.Being born and living on Cape Breton she was already living in the good lords country. We wish you comfort and you both are are always in our love.God bless your beautiful family
Capt. Ron and Carol Wagner
Viola was a tremendous cribbage opponent and did not let me win too many games against her and Eugene at the hall. I will miss her sly smile when she counted a hand that put us under so many times.
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