Memories of Mac Morrison
From: Jacquie Schwan
Dear Liz and Family, I am so very sorry to hear of your loss of dear Mac.! I wanted to let you know Liz that my warm thoughts go your way and my very sincere condolences. Jacquie
From: Dale Cahoon
Betty, so very sorry for your loss. Mac was a great man, kind and gentle. Please know I’m thinking of you and your family everyday.......hugs!
From: JACOB DE BOER
Dear Liz, We are very sorry for your loss. We did not know Mac very well but always enjoyed his sense of humour at the Memory Cafe. His speech two years ago should be recommended reading for anyone starting the dementia journey.
Please visit us occasionally during a Memory Cafe meeting. Love Willy and Jacob.
From: Pat Posthumus (Sprung)
Hi Betty! I was so sorry to hear about Mac's death!! My earliest memories in life include Mac as my honorary "big" brother while he lived with us and went to high school while we were at the farm near Desboro! Our nickname for him was "garbage can" as we never had to worry about leftovers......as a growing teenager, he was always hungry!! I can remember his kindness as he was always willing to take the time for a play or to read a book or pull the wagon to give a little girl a ride. He was very much an important part of our family for those years!!! I also remember your wedding as it was the very first one I attended as a child and was a tad bit jealous that Penny was your flowergirl......but, I was so impressed with how beautiful the bride was and could I get a dress like yours!!
Dad very much enjoyed re-connecting with Mac these past few years and know he treasured the many visits that Mac made to Lee Manor to spend time with him.....they always had lots to chat and reminisce about!
My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Treasure the wonderful memories of the years you spent together.....no one can ever take those away from you!!!
God Bless! Love Pat
From: Marianne and Maldwyn Williams
Dear Liz: Mal will miss Mac very much, as will I. You were both part of our great experiences at Memory Cafe over this last few years as we all learned “to live with Alzheimer’s”. It turned out to be very possible and we found enjoyment in each other’s company. Mac was a wonderful companion to Mal at the Adult Program: they laughed together there. We will miss his cheerful personality and his quick wit. He always had a happy thought and welcome for all of us. See you soon, I hope.
From: Myrna Casemore
Betty, Our sincere sympathy to you and your family in the passing of Mac. As you know he was a integral part of the Sprung family for many years,
From: Clarence,Pat, Penny, Pam and families
So sorry to hear of his passing. Dad was just asking about him the other day. He so enjoyed his visits when Dad was in Lee Manor. Mac was a great man who always had a big smile for everyone
From: Delynn and Doug Cutting
Deepest sympathy to the Morrison Family
From: Pat Kay
Liz wanted to send my condolences in your great loss. I know it has been a difficult journey. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family
From: June and Frank Benedict
Betty and family: We were so sorry to hear of Mac’s passing. We so enjoyed our visit when we were in Owen Sound a year ago. What a lovely picture of him. We hope the love of friends and family will help you through the months ahead and that pleasant memories of happy times together will live on forever in your heart. June and Frank Benedict, Abbotsford, B.C.
From: Donna Beatty & Tom Senese
So sorry to learn of Mac's passing.
I remember him coming into the Corp. offices to take you out for lunch Liz. He always had a smile & a friendly word for all. Mac will always be remembered. Our sympathy & kind hugs to you all
From: Carol Indoe
My thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time. So sorry on your loss Terry you will be in my prayers.
From: Robert Indoe
We are very sorry for your loss. Robert and Peggy Indoe
From: Doreen and Neil McKay
So very sorry to hear of Mac's passing. He always had a smile and a friendly word when we would meet. Have known Mac for a long time. Sending sympathy to Betty and family ... his passing will create an empty place in your lives, but you will still have so many happy memories to remember him by
From: Sandy & Joe Adams
We were so sorry to hear about Mac’s passing. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Hugs to you Betty , Susan, Terry and boys.
From: Jim Cook
Betty, Susan and Terry: Sorry to hear this, he was a Great man and a Legend in the Trucking industry.
From: James Sanderson
Betty, Sue, Terry, Kalvin & Logan, Our hearts and prayers are with you all. Mac was one of a kind, a really good man. We will miss him dearly and are thankful for our memories.
From: Elaine Maluske
So sorry for your loss Betty and family. There were a lot of fun times with Mac and the gang as teenagers. Fond memories will keep him close.