Condolence From: Mary Duke, Elizabeth & Janet Duke
Condolence: We are so very sorry to hear of the passing of your dear mother, mother-in law, and grandmother. Ena was one of the warmest, sweetest and most caring people we have had the pleasure of knowing. Although we only knew her for a short time, we will definitely miss her presents at St.Lukes.Our condolences go out to you and your family. Take Care & God Bless.
Condolence: We were saddened to hear today of Ena's death. We used to visit her occasionally when she was in Cambridge and I used to enjoy telephone conversations with her also. I knew her from when I worked at St. Thomas'. She was in the A.C.W., and also a Sanctuary Team member as well as helping with the Fall Fair. She was also of immense help in the office and could always be called on to put together newsletters and reports as well as faithfully coming to fold bulletins every week. She was a faithful volunteer for the church but she was also a treasured friend. We will miss her. Our sincere condolences to the family.
Condolence: Thinking of You all during this difficult time. I was so glad to have had the pleasure of meeting and working with Mrs.Cook and her very dedicated family. She will be greatly missed at Saint Luke’s. Cherish all your wonderful memories as they will keep her with you forever.
Condolence: Our deepest sympathy to Don, Cathy and Cook family in the loss of your dear mother/grandmother. May your loving memories of your dear mother comfort you at this very difficult time. Morrissette and Nash Denic