Remembering Helen Martin
From: Bonnie and Joe Rands
Our hearts are heavy as we embrace this trying time of the passing of this wonderful lady, Aunt Helen, as we knew her. We are able to except this turn of events by embracing the happy thoughts of the reunion with the family which we all miss on many different levels.
God bless your family and know that Aunt Helen has provide us with a lifetime of precious memories and knowledge!
Love yous all in a very special way!
From: Lenore Sherman
Dear Carol: So sorry for your loss. What a wonderful life your mother must have lived and left you with many cherished memories. May she rest in peace.
From: Keith and Laverne Moore
Sincere sympathy to the family. We remember greeting Helen at the nursing home many times when we visited my mom. So sad losing a mother but happy memories linger with us!
From: June and Frank Benedict
Carol, Mel, Doug and Heather: I was sorry to read of your Mom’s passing. I (June) have fond memories of spending time at your place as a child. She was always so pleasant. You will miss her although she did have a long life. Hold tight to the fond memories of happy times with her. June and Frank Benedict, Abbotsford, B.C.
From: Gerry Henderson
I would like to send to you Doug and all your family my sincerest condolences for the loss of your Mother. I'm sure she had a life well lived.
From: Alien Atkinson
Carol, Doug, and families. Please accept my condolences in the passing of your mother
From: Cathy Kennedy
Hi Carol, sorry for the loss of your Mom. My condolences to you and your family.
From: Hazel Davey, Willis and Diane Spencer
To Carol, Doug and Families. Our sincerest condolences to you at this difficult time. Sincerely Hazel Davey, Willis and Diane Spencer and family.
From: Pat Henry
Hi Carol, I remember your Mom from church and U.C.W. from church Know you will miss caring for her.
From: Joan Whitney
Carol...sorry to hear about the loss of your mother..May you feel the embrace of God,s love during the coming days and treasure the memories of a life well lived..Joan Whitney member of KeadyNorthDerby United Church
From: Dale Emmerson
Sincere condolences to Carol, Doug and family.I really enjoyed my time with Helen when I worked at country lane.RIP Helen xoxo
From: Paula Cornish
My sincerest condolences on the passing of your mom. I remember the times we were invited to dinner and the best cooked roast beef and kindness. I have Aunt Helen's bread recipe in my cookbook because I always thought hers was the best. Love to you all from Paula Cornish
From: Ken & Cheryl Morrison
Doug Heather and the Grahlman family sad to learn of your Mother Grandma and Great Grandma;s passing. All though we never got to meet this lady she was a trooper. Remember all the good time;s and special and fun memories she will always remain in your Hearts also our Condloences to Carol and her family
From: Jim and Patti McMeekin
Doug, Heather and family, We are so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. She had a great long life but it is still sad when they pass.
Our sincere condolences. Jim and Patti
From: Paul and Brenda McKay
Carol, Mel, and Family ,Doug, Heather ,and family. So sorry to hear of your moms passing. She was always such a refined beautiful lady. l am sure you will have many comforting memories of your mother to help you get through this difficult time. May she rest in peace. Sincerely Paul and Brenda
From: Doreen Peach
Our sincere condolences to Carol and Doug and family and to the Marin family.
from Doreen, Christine, Cheryl-Anne and Edwin HUGS
From: Doreen and Neil McKay
Sending sincere sympathy to Carol and Mel, and all the family of Helen... losing a mother is a hard time in our lives. Your mother was a very lovely lady... and I know she will be greatly missed by all her family. An amazing long life .
From: Elaine Maluske
My deepest sympathy to the family of Helen. Fond memories will keep her close.
From: Iona Paoletti
Carol, Mel and family and Doug, Heather and family. My thoughts are with you on the loss of a much loved mother, grandma and great-grandma. She was a true lady who freely gave of herself, She gave us love, attention, GOOD food and fun. She loved to sing, loved flowers and colour. A few years ago when her memory wasn't really the best, she remembered the words to the songs the groups sang that entertained at the home and sang with them. She loved to leaf through the very colourful Dr Suess book that Carol brought her. We say a fond farewell to a very beloved Aunt Helen and remember her impish grin at the corner of her mouth. Good-bye Aunt Helen, You fought an amazing battle and are now in your heavenly home. Iona and Vic.
From: Bill & Margaret Grahlman and Family
Our deepest sympathy to Carol & Mel Deering and family and Doug & Heather Grahlman and Family on the loss of their Mom and Grandmother. May our dear Aunt Helen rest in peace!