Condolence From: Perry and Madge (Rutherford) Murphy
Condolence: Sending sincere condolences to the Ross family. Marion was always a kind and sweet person. She will be remembered by her great contribution as a leader and mentor to the kids of McClure's Mills. She was my Brown Owl at Brownies at PMR School, a leader in the St Paul's church as far back as I can remember and a gentle and lovely lady who had great patience for a house full of kids at a birthday party. May your many memories bring you peace. Madge
Condolence: So very sorry for your loss Diane & Family. I have only pleasant memories of your Mother and am so glad that we had that one time in Niagara Falls together with you, Marion, Helen and the guys a few summers ago.
You were truly blessed having such a wonderful Mother and now God has welcomed her home with open arms. My Love and Prayers Always to you Diane, Dennis and Family.
Condolence: So sorry for your loss. Marion always seemed to live life to the fullest. You are fortunate to have had her with you as long as you did. Having a grandmother around for your children is wonderful, having a great-grandmother is really special.
Condolence: So sorry to hear of the passing of Marion,she was a sweet lady and I have many memories of her.She was my brownie leader and she was also a counselor I think at Camp Geddie where I went for all of 1 year.I also remember the many hilarious skits that she helped put on at the church which keep everyone talking for days on end. She will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her.
Condolence: Was very thankful to be able to watch the service while I was unable to leave work to attend in person. Great aunt Marion was such a loving caring lady and will truly be missed by all I am thankful to have met her and call her family. Thoughts and prayers to all our family and friends near and far
Condolence: Dear Family -seeing Marion's smiling face and reading her obituary brought back so many memories of visiting Truro with my late husband Avery and our three children.
The children loved it because there were so many cousins near their age. The twins, Marion and Mildred were Avery's younger sisters. Over the years he shared so many memories of his early years taking them to dances and so on. I could not have asked for a more dear sister-in-law than Marion. Unfortunately time takes it's toll and circumstances must change. I am so
pleased that I will be able to watch the service webcast. I will be 80 on Oct. 11,2018, unfortunately
arthritis and physical problems keep me close to home
that being an apartment in a seniors' home in Hants Border. Being able to "be at" so to speak Marion's service means so much. Do hope I will see all of you even though will not likely remember names.
May the God of Love bountifully Bless each and every one of you and cover you with His peace at this sad time. Love and Prayers Aunt Annie Bird.
Condolence: Darlene, so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. I met you and her at the Geddie Ladies Retreats and I treasure the memories I have. Your mother was so very kind and thoughtful and full of fun. Sincere sympathy to you and the rest of your family