Going to miss you Shorty. Enjoy your time with your parents and sisters with no more suffering. Look for all of our dogs and cats playing with Gord, Tony, Nelli, Philip and Keith. Have a family picnic on cloud 9 and enjoy your new life.
Well, Auntie Fran. You have had a great life of 99 years. You will be missed so much my heart breaks. But you are now with your Mum and Dad and Auntie Dorothy and Auntie Helen and your brother. I have very fond memories of you as well as pictures of you and I going to visit Auntie Dorothy and spending time with you and her for the two weeks down in Michigan, trying to get me to try egg drop soup. To this day, I still won't try it. LOL. And with Madi and Sierra goofing around singing and dancing and you pretending to drink beer. Those are the ones to cherish, which I will. Well, time to say farewell to you and I love you with all my heart. Rest in Peace and God be with you now. Love Deb
This has been a tough year for all concerned
RIP Mom and Auntie Fran
Auntie Fran....I don't even know where to begin. I feel as though there is a huge hole now where you were. I can't even begin to tell you how much I'm going to miss you. I will cherish each and every memory I have. I remember our sleepovers, making eggs and soldiers (with malt bread) in the morning for breakfast, then taking a walk along Eglinton down to the Dominion grocery store, or walking across to the donut shop for sprinkle donuts.. I would pick up long sticks, flowers or pussywillows on our walks. You were always there. Once I had my own children, they became a huge part of your life too. They would always enjoy visiting with Auntie Fran, playing with her teddy bears, riding on the rocking horse and playing with your old phone in the bedroom. When you went into the nursing home, they loved going to visit and going outside to sit in the gazebo, or stroll around looking at all the flowers in the gardens. Playing charades and trying to guess what the kids were acting out was always a laugh. You will be missed more than you would even realize and never, ever forgotten. Love you Auntie Fran. Rest in peace.
Auntie Fran , gone but never forgotten. I'll miss that chuckle you always had and the promises to always put me in line with your cane . We had alot ot good times . Those memories will be what helps me cope through your passing . Love you always .