Mom... I didn't think I would have to write something like this so soon. You had a knack for already knowing the things I'd left unsaid, way before I discovered that I had to say them.
So in that, I know that I don't need to regret. You knew my heart best. You are my superhero, the brightest star in darkest night, and the example by which I strive to follow every day. You were always a clown and an entertainer and your laughter will be what I carry closest to my heart. I will miss you forever. I will love you forever. You fought the hardest fight and by all counts, you should have won. Maybe you did, and we're just all the ones who lost. I hope you are at peace now and I promise we will see each other again. RIP mom. I love you, love you, love you!
We first met Diane and Patrick at Montreal in the late 70’s. We were introduced by Cheng Man and Lucy. We even witnessed the birth of Brendon. The group folks were very happy together playing “majiang “; picnicking with the kids etc etc.
All these years, Diane had showed us her good, friendly, helpful and many joyful behaviors. Patsy and I were deeply sad to know the passed away news. We miss her very much and wishing Diane be in another peaceful world ...... and be happy ever. God bless.
Diane & I worked together for many many years at BMO.... She was the kindest person, filled with compassion. Her spirit was so infectious. She brought joy to everybody in her path. She has given so much peace, joy and fulfillment to all that had the privilege of knowing her.... God has a very special angel now.
will miss seeing her and talking to her on occasion when we were at the same place!!!
Until grief recedes and peace sustains, and loving memory remains...Warm thoughts will be with dear Patrick and families.