My condolences for your loss. I know this must be a difficult time for everyone who knew your mother, put hopefully you find some solace in knowing that you will be in the thoughts and prayers of so many family and friends.
Condolence: To the Family of Dora Parrott.
Although we have only Known Dora for a short time as a resident and visitors of Kenny's Pond Retirement Home, it has been a great pleasure to have known her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Condolence: Bill and Colleen,
I remember your mom and dad when I lived on Emerson St. I especially remember your girls, Amelia and Colette as they were growing up next door to my parents, my boys and me.
I am so sorry for your loss as I know how it feels. Please accept my deepest sympathies. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Time DOES heal! Take care.
Condolence: Dear Donna Rae, Bill , Sharon aand families,
I am so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. We had so many laughs when she visited at Mary’s.
She and your father certainly loved one another and it was very evident.
May the memories that you hold deep in your hearts bring comfort to you in the days ahead.
My Deepest condolences to you all,it was my Pleasure to have met and got to know such a Beautiful Lady,always with a smile.
May your Treasured Memories help you through the loss of your Mom,stay strong for each other.
Condolence: Sharon and Bill
Our sincerest condolences to you and your families. Your Mom will surely be missed by us all. We will be left with so many fond memories of your Mother including the candy dish we were all encouraged to visit before leaving after our visits....”goodnight Mrs Parrott”.XO
Condolence: Dear Donna-Rae, Bill Jr., Sharon & family,
I am heart-broken to read your latest news and want to send my very deepest condolences to all.
I have tons of memories when I lived in Newfoundland. Going to Emerson Street was a real treat. Your Mom, who I knew as "Doe", and your late father were always so kind and hospitable to my family. There was always interesting conversation filled with great stories, laughter, and yummy treats to eat. Those times were very special.
Your folks were an amazing couple. Their love and respect for each other was top-notch. They each had a genuine interest in others and it showed. Such wonderful role models and inspiring to me, for sure.
My heart goes out to each of you on such a great loss of such a beautiful human being.
Remember you gave your Mom (and Dad) the best - your love and your time for these are the greatest gifts to give.
May your broken hearts, faith, and those around you reach out to give much needed support through this very difficult and poignant time. I am confident that your memories will remain as treasured keepsakes tucked inside your hearts.
My tears flow freely as I write this message. It is part of my healing and sentimental journey. I am heartbroken I cannot be there, in person, as you honor her. Indeed, I send many warm hugs, much love, prayers, and will continue to keep you in my thoughts as well. Please take care!