Condolence: Thinking of your family in the loss of your wonderful Mom. She was perhaps my Moms first friend at Meadowcreek and they built a kinship of mutual respect and caring.
I too considered her a friend and enjoyed our daily chats, We shared a common bond as wives of sailors, who actually both sailed the John Cabot, albeit many years apart.
We shared many laughs and a few tears reminiscing together. She was always delighted to hear my ship was in port
I am priveledged to have known her. She will be remembered fondly by us both
Loretta O’Brien and Mom, Abbie Dawe
Condolence: It is with great sadness I heard of Aunt Edna's passing
so many memories of Aunt Edna and Uncle Randell from watching ice bergs on my last visit as a teenager to trying to figure out what language all of the sisters
were using while sitting around our kitchen table with a pot of tea. she was truly a great soul who will be missed. All my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time
Condolence: Albert, Sam & Ken, Sincere condolences on your Mother's passing. Your Mom & Dad were wonderful neighbours on Larkhall Street. May cherished memories bring peace and many smiles. Blessings to all the family.
Condolence: My condolences to your family on the loss of your Mom. I got to know Mrs. Barnes & often chatted with her while visiting with Mom (Helen McGrath). A soft spoken gentle lady. RIP....Mrs. Barnes
Condolence: We had a long history with Edna and Randell. Both families (John and Theresa Butler) moved to Newfoundland from Nova Scotia at the same time in 1965 so that Randell and our father could take up new jobs on the John Cabot. We called Mr Barnes The Bear. As children we were often in their compay. They even joined us in celebrating our parents 50th wedding anniversary. Edna was the last of the group to pass away.
We connected again in the last couple of years as my parents moved to Meadowcreek where Edna was residing. Edna was a lovely lady.
I know my parents would have wanted me to pass on condolences in person; however, I am currently out of the country and not able to do so. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Take comfort in the time you had with your parents.
Condolence: Our thoughts are with you Albert ,Sam and Francis Ken and Bernice .And all of her grandchildren .To Bessie Lily and Millie it is hard to lose your sister but lucky to have her .
She was one fine lady never heard her complain or ever say a nasty thing about anyone .ED and I always loved our visits with her and no one could do Sunday meals like her . She was my sister-in-law since I was 9 years old and 2 years ago I had the opportunity to her see again . We had a phone call every week and she never failed to mention Bub and how she missed him .Please God they are together again . Love to all .
Condolence: Albert,Sam , Ken and families: we are all so sorry to hear about Aunt Edna. I will always remember my stops in town and getting out to see your mom and dad. Always a good scoff on the table. We will keep you in our hearts.
Wayne Dwina and family.