In Memoriam.ca - Always in our hearts

  • Betty-Lena Walker lit a candle on 12/16/2019:
    "Hello there Queen Bee! As your know, I have been critically ill for the last 14 months and you know the pain I have been through. I believe you have been by my side all the way, even when I thought I was alone! Mom, I need you to stay close and help me to heal from losing you! I am doing my very best to heal......but some days are sooooo hard! Not a day goes by that I do not think of you and all the fun we had and all the pain we shared. Isaiah is doing well. He is very strong....and in so many ways he is like you! John too....I know how much he misses you, but he is doing well soldiering on-true warriors!!! It's Christmas time and the memories are such an extreme mix of the loving fun times and of the deep longing and emptiness your absence creates. We love you Florence- you were, are and always will be my Queen Bee! All my love! ❤️❤️❤️"

  • Sally Cole lit a candle on 04/17/2017:
    "Thank you, Florence for coming into my life 20 years ago. Your positive words and encouragement gave me the strength to make some positive changes in my life. I will never forget you or Betty for your kindness to me when you lived in Charlottetown. I have passed on the things that you have taught me to others. Bless you "

  • Lena Walker lit a candle on 09/23/2017:
    " Hi Mom! I love you bud I'm just writing to tell you that we had a beautiful celebration of life dinner for you on the 28th. Everyone was here: your son, your four grandsons, Delma, Joyce, Lucette, Keith and me a course! Lucette made a delicious blackberry pie just for you and we made a roast chicken just the way you like it. We told stories around the table about all of our happy memories. It was very emotional and fun and your spirit was around. I wrote a special story about you and the day you were born - that freezing cold morning you and Nanny alone, at the hospital. Everyone was very quiet but I think they appreciated it. Mom, can you make a place for two more apprenticeships in heaven's kitchen, for Joyce's two nieces? They died this month. It's very sad. Mom, you know these days are very difficult for me and for Isaiahand John and the boys too, so please hold us close and ask Mary and Margaret to help. I love you weasel dog and I'll talk to you again soon. Mom, keep those girls busy and teach them how to make bread, biscuits, jams and of course the pink squares. Send us a pan will you! Love, Your Bets! Xxooxxoo"

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