An incredible lady and an inspiration to all. I am blessed to have known her. Xoxo
What a great person and what an amazing life to the fullest. Her mind and memory is excellent until the end. She was able to say her last words 'I Love You' to her family .She never forget to say Thank you and appreciate for every little thing you have done for her I am honorees and Blessed to have known and cared for Mrs. Kazuko Umemoto, which i called her Mama Kaz. She always have a big smile and sense of humor to start our day together. She can relate the whole story about the History of Cumberland Island in Vancouver . These the the few precious memories i can keep , she will always have a special place in my heart . Goodbye and I Love You
Mama Kaz. You may Rest in Paradise🙏
Please accept my deepest sympathy. She will be missed. May she Rest In Peace.
My sincere condolences to Lorne, Kathy, Anne and your families.
Auntie Kaz had the energy and drive of a woman half her age. She had an active life and yet, still took the time to keep in touch with friends and family, near and far.
I always looked forward to her letters which were chock full of family news. In fact, I feel like I saw her grandchildren grow up through her eyes. She was so proud of you all.
I hope she is bowling a perfect score up there with Uncle George and looking at you from above with a great smile on her face.
Cousin Rosemary and family
Family of Kazuko-san
My condolences and prayers on the loss of your amazing mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister-in-law & aunt.
Talked to her last on her 108 birthday and was always amazed at how good her memory was whenever I did call. Mits had fond memories of her and Tatsumi when he lived with them as a child.
Thinking of you all as you say your goodbyes and share memories of her.
Love Clara & family