Condolence: We were so sad when Dad called and told us that Aunt Norma had passed. I have such wonderful memories of her....our family camping with her and Uncle Don at Rissers Beach when I was a girl, hanging out at the cottage and listening to all the woman chat and feeling like one of them, big family get togethers at Nanny and Grampy’s, sharing my birthday with her (we were one day apart), and seeing how much she enjoyed seeing Clara, especially on her birthday each year. I’ll always remember how her door was always open....just a quick knock and an “anybody home” on your way in through the door. We will truly miss her and wish we could be there with you now. Know that Dad, Michael, Clara and I are thinking of you.
Condolence: What a beautiful write and tribute about Norma. She was a wonderful lady and certainly made use of that "dash". I had not seen that before and it is very fitting. My condolences to all who knew and loved her.
Condolence: Dear Don and family.
We were sorry to hear of Norma's passing. We both knew her since we were young and always found her to be kind and helpful, a wonderful lady and friend. Please know that she was loved and respected.
Ray and Althea
Condolence: To Don and family,
Sorry to hear of Norma's passing. We both think back and often speak of the special memories we have of the years that we bowled together on the Truro Raceway Bowling league. Treasure your memories, she was a great lady.
Frank MacKenzie and Maxine Kennedy