Memories of Joan Lee
From: Muriel & Randy Lee
Message Cathy & Nancy, We just heard about your Mom's passing. We will always remember Joan with a smile on her face and travelling to Montreal to help us celebrate our wedding. We send our deepest condolences during this difficult time
From: Carrie Lee
Cathy and Nancy and families, my condolences to you all on the passing of your Mom. She was a kind and caring woman, always with a smile! She will certainly be missed by many near and far. May you find comfort together in celebrating who she was and the legacy she has left behind.
From: Lois (Goodfellow) Calof
Cathy and Nancy, So sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. I remember her as a very warm and vibrant lady, who always welcomed the kid next door! Lois
From: Susan St Pierre (North) and family
So sorry for your Loss Cathy and Nancy of your mom. Hugs hugs!
From: Sharon (Buckland) Smith
Dear Mary and Family: I am so sorry to read about the passing of Joan. I remember Joan as
a very enthusiastic caring person with a beautiful smile. Her passing will leave a very big void in your family.
From: Brian and Renee Gamble
We just want to say how sorry we are to hear of Joan’s death. I remember working with Joan on the baking committee for the Chatsworth Fair. We had lots of fun and she was a pleasure to work with. May God grant you peace in this difficult time and our thoughts and prayers are with you.
From: Jim & Lynda (MacLeod) Slumskie
Joan always had such a beautiful smile and a friendly hello where ever. I've known Joan sincere early PUC days. Cherish all your memories.
From: Valerie and Frank Deacon
Joan Lee was a friend and a fellow member of our Red Hat group!
The photo of her is beautiful and is just how I always see her. Such a
friendly, happy, warm smile.
She will be greatly missed by her family and her many friends but that loving smile will always be remembered. We feel cherished to have shared time with her on her life journey and look forward to meeting again in our Father's mansion.
Blessings and hugs to all her family and friends.
From: Gary and Margie Tambling
Mrs. Thompson and the Thompson and Lee families: We are so sorry to hear about Joan. She was a great person - always with a big smile. She did not deserve to have the problems that she ended up with. Mrs. Thompson, we know that you will miss her greatly. We miss seeing you both doing grocery shopping or up to the shoe store getting shoes. We will all miss her. Please accept our sympathies at this sad time. Keep all the good memories in your hearts and she will never be gone. If we can help to make this time easier for anyone of you, please just let us know. We are indeed sorry for your loss.
Gary and Margie (Cameron) Tambling
From: Eleanor Pauling
I am so sorry to hear about Joan.. my deepest condolenses to all the fasmily.. RIP Dear Joan
From: Ruth West-Cole
I have known Joan for several years. I met her when I roomed with her sister Joyce. Then I was a co-worker of her husband Willard. I have always found Joan to be a very warm and friendly lady. She will be greatly missed.
From: Shereeza Khan
Our condolences to Lee family. Our thoughts and prayers with you all at this time
From: Bonnie Usher
So sorry to hear about Joan. I worked with her for several years. She was always such a lovely person.
From: Donna Flett
Best wishes and thoughts to all in the family and extended families. I'm glad to have reconnected with my cousin Joan in recent years and to have shared a spring adventure with her and our cousin Cheryl this past April. Joan was cheerful and positive and leaves an empty space in the world
From: Jennifer Muir
Nancy our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of your family during this difficult time. Sending our love and our deepest condolences for your loss.
From: Ken and Nan Cosner
Our sincere condolences to Cathy, Nancy and the girls, Robert, and the whole Lee family. Joan was an exceptional lady and I feel privileged to have known her. She gave of herself and helped so many people. She was a shining star. We will miss her.
From: Maria Harte
My dear friend Nancy and family,
Deepest condolences to you all. May you always remember the wonderful times and treasure the memories that you had with your mom. She will always be with you deep inside your minds and hearts. May you Rest in Peace Joan.
From: Don & Janice Slaunwhite
Our thoughts and prayers are with Nancy & Cathy and the entire Lee family. Joan brought so much pleasure by her bright outlook on life and constant smile. We always enjoyed her humorous stories of both recent events and those of a bygone era of country living. She had a special place in our hearts. We will miss her very much.
From: Frank and Donna Lauzon
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Joan loved life, and was loved in return.