I am so very sorry to read the news of your mom’s passing. Tracey and Al and your family, my deepest condolences.
I will miss Auntie Anne’s pot of tea always on the stove, she had a perfected skill for knitting, quilting, sewing, card games and the kindness to share and teach her talents with those who were interested.
My Auntie Anne (with an ‘e’) was steadfast fearless and confident. She was knowledgeable and focused with her hobbies including watching hockey and baseball. She had an affinity with numbers. This helped her analyze teams and stats. A true fan!
My Aunt didn’t worry about the past, she quietly prepared for the future but knew how to live in the moment. She didn’t lament or concern herself with worrying about what she didn’t have control over. She was set in her ways, yet still adaptable to change.
She made me smile. She mattered to so many.
My Auntie Anne will be remembered and loved.
Will always have fond memories of our shared times on Bellefontaine St! Rest In Peace dear Ann.
Anne was an unforgettably neighbour, we had lots of tea, watched our children playing and even driving the kids to school.
She was never shy to share her opinions. To all the children you were blessed to have such a wonderful mom, you will always be in our thoughts and prayers
To the Rhodes family .
So sorry of your loss ! Rest in peace !