Condolence: Sincerest condolences to all of Carolyn's family.
I grew up in Ontario and had three close encounters with Carolyn in the past two decades, traveling home from NWT and from BC. Visiting in her home with my Mom (Kay Purdy). I loved being in her home.
Seemed like I knew Carolyn's wonderful practical manner and humour from Mom and Dad as I was growing up, they would mention Carolyn fondly many many times in conversations about the family in the Maritimes.
I had hoped once more to visit with Carolyn this past January when I was planning a trip to Truro. This trip was cancelled due to weather closing airports.
Again, my heartfelt sympathies to you each grieving the loss of such a special family member.
Condolence: Dear Family, I knew Caroline most of my life and she was a wonderful person full of good humor and so bright with knowledge. she was a true gem with a Great attitude and sports ethic. I knew Her brother and your dad as well for many years. I know this will be a difficult time for you all, but you were fortunate to have a mother who was so conscientious and exciting to be around. My family loved her and Lick and my mom played bridge as well. She was a great example of a family oriented woman who found time to be a great citizen in her busy life as well. You were truly blessed to have her. I hope you will treasure your moments. Hugs to you all, Karen
Condolence: Charlotte & family
I was very sorry to hear of your Mom's passing yesterday , our deepest sympathies to you and all the family . Your Mom was a wonderful lady , always enjoyed the visits and chats when she would drop into our house on the Avenue ...
Karen , Denise & Hugh Munn
Condolence: To her family....
I am so sorry for your loss of Carolyn. She was a unique and wonderful woman. I will miss her at the bridge club where her intellect and humour were reliably in evidence, always.
Condolence: My sincere condolences are extended to Carolyn's family. I last talked to Carolyn last fall in Truro and as usual she was in good spirits. You may be aware that a group of us who graduated from CCA in the mid-fifties still got together for luncheon at least once a year and quite often we met at the Truro Golf Club for that friendly occasion. Friends of long standing are treasured and we will miss Carolyn's physical presence at our future gatherings. My thoughts will be with you tomorrow.