Condolence: My condolences to the Durdle family on their loss. I only met Len a few times but heard his name mentioned many times, every time was positive. Len's was very much respected by those who worked in the mines for and with him.
Condolence: Dear Len Durdle Family - Sorry to hear about Len’s passing. Memories of your Dad will always include his presence in Point Michaud and he being a kind, thoughtful person. Thinking of you all during this sad time. Hugs.
Condolence: Dear family of Len and Gladys,I am very sorry to read of your dad's passing, but not surprising after your mom last year. They were such a team. Donna, I am glad that you were able to have your Dad with you - I understand, since Mom is with me, and it is a great responsibility and privilege. Your mom and dad were regular visitors at our house over the years and both Nanny (your Aunt Cora)and mom and Dad loved to laugh at your dad's stories and jokes. And your mom just went along with the smile in her eyes. They are great memories of a beautiful couple. May they be re-united in heaven and all the best to all of you, as well as to Janice and Margie. Such losses for your family.With loving sympathy, Lorna and Eleanor (MacDonald)
Condolence: We were so sorry to hear about Leonard’s passing. He was a memorable man.We enjoyed his personality, his visits and his stories. We, in Point Michaud were proud to share our neighbourhood with him and all of you.
Condolence: Sorry for your lost. Hugs and prayers. The connection with him and his family spending time in Point Michaud they are more like family then friends. He and his family visited the Maddens while at Point Michaud on a regular basis.