I was saddened to hear of your father’s passing. I have wonderful memories of growing up two doors from your family on Burnyeat Street. Your father and mother were great friends as well as great neighbours. I am thinking of you at this difficult time.
Condolence: Stephen, Mark and Kelvin. So sorry to hear of your father's passing. The Davis's were among the first families to move to Burnyeat Street. Sad to see another great neighbour gone.
Elizabeth Johnson, Halifax
Condolence: To the Davis families and friends we were very saddened to read about Ralph's passing our prayers and thoughts are with you at this difficult time may he rest in peace let we forget Eldon member of branch 26 Royal Canadian Legion Truro ns.
Condolence: Don Hollett had told me of Ralph's passing on December 30. I have fond memories of Ralph and Elizabeth and their family as our neighbours on Burnyeat Street. Elizabeth was always part of the morning coffee parties. I was interested to read that Ralph had built their home just up the street. They were here when we arrived in 1966. They made us feel very welcome. I know Ralph's family will have many fond memories of their Dad to carry with them forever. Thinking of you all at this time. Take care.
Condolence: I have wonderful memories of Ralph and Elizabeth (made her cheeseball recipe this Christmas). They were kind and friendly. Burnyeat St. had a group of families that were great friends, both the adults and children. When I think of Ralph, I remember his smile, kindness and love for working in his yard. A wonderful man!
Thinking of you all,
Suzette (Hollett) MacIsaac
Condolence: Thinking of you as you travel another bend in life's road. Elizabeth and Ralph were the first to welcome us to our first home on Burnyeat St. Over the years we created many great memories and enduring friendships.
Take care, as always,