Condolence: Dear Julie & Allan, our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Will certainly remember Aunt Joyce's annual visits to the 'camp'. Julie, can still picture both of you in the canoe on the lake. Sorry we cannot be there this week but you will be in our hearts and prayers.
Condolence: Dearest Julie, Alan and family,
It is times like this that I dislike living so far from my Eastern family. Joycie was a big part of my early life growing up in N.S. When coming back for visits, she and your dad always invited us over for a visit. The best ones were when all the women in the family came for a sleepover. My mom was always playing gags. Your dad passed far too soon and not knowing all the details of your mom’s suffering, I just hope that you had great times during remission times. Sending my love, thoughts and prayers to all the family!
Condolence: On behalf of the Truro Day Ladies Curlers, we would like to send along our sincere condolences on hearing of Joyce's passing. She was a kind and lovely person and will be missed by her many friends at the Club.
Condolence: Dear Julie, Alan and family. Diane and I so sorry to hear of your Mother's passing. She was a terrific Mother, Person, and Wife. We have many fond memories of times shared with Joyce and Dale. (Who left us to early.) But they are together now doing all those things they loved.
Sorry we will not be able to attend the visitation with you as we are away.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Hugs!!
Love Fred and Diane
Condolence: My condolences to Joyce's family. I met Joyce this year through golf. She was very kind and I enjoyed our games and conversations very much. She was an impressive lady. I am sorry for your loss.