Condolence: My sincere sympathy to family and friends of RSM ( ret'd ) MacKenzie . I served in 1 RCR with KD , from 1961-67 . Great memories from those years . To Live In Hearts We Leave Behind , Is Not To Die . PRO PATRIA .
Condolence: So sorry and to find out after tracking and be able to call Patti about my mom Shirley Stewart. Karl and Fluff were part of our growing years with our parents Ross and Shirley. Lots of great memories of them by visiting them in London and Kingston Ontario. Fluff would always greet me with her famous butter tarts and loved seeing Karl’s smiling face. Our parents had a great trip with your parents to a trip to Scotland...still remembering the story of new coat getting soiled with mud after the fall. So sorry to miss seeing Karl after we were in Halifax six years ago...it was the spur of the moment that we drove up to Truro and be able to find his house. He has gone to his cabin. Still do have lots of loving memories of them. Love to you all from Catherine (Stewart clan)
Condolence: Becky (Rebecca),,, Saddened to hear of your father's passing. I remember well when you folks lived in Upper Brookside beside Claire and Rose Tedford. Always wondered where everyone got to as we all went our separate ways when we lived in North River.
My sincerest condolences. God Bless
I remember him walking, regardless of how miserable the weather might be, from the mountain to town to go to the Remembrance Day services. After he moved from Park Street, I would see him driving his scooter up Young Street to visit your mother.
I had talked to Patty in January about going to Pictou to visit him. I didn't get there before COVID hit and then of course couldn't visit. I'm sorry I never made that visit.
Condolence: To the MacKenzie families and friends we were very saddened to read about Karl's passing our prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult time thank you for your service sir may you rest in peace Lest We Forget the Melanson family.