Memories of Fran Vanstone
From: Liz Adair
Thoughts and prayers are with Dick and the boys and their families. Also thinking of Dave, John and Marg and Helen and all of the Ellacotts at this sad time. Fran will surely be missed. Liz Adair and family
From: J. Edmonstone
To the Vanstone family. My thoughts are with you during your difficult time. So sad to hear such a kind soul has passed. It has been many years since I have seen Fran. I will always remember her as a kind and cheerful mother who always looked out for her sons and treated their friends as she would her own. The motivated support she gave to Jack and friends during our time in the cadet program stands out - her influence and encouragement helped make us into better people. My Deepest condolences.
Name: cliff and cheryl van oene
Dick and family ...our deepest sympathy in the loss of fran. always made us laugh when we'd be shopping in mark's in hanover. wasn't the same after she left. cliff and chery
From: Bruce & Joan Adair
Our deepest Sympathy to Fran's husband and Family...Always enjoyed seeing her at The Adair Reunion in Stratford ...
From: Linda Kool
Dick & Family, we were so sorry to hear of Fran's passing. She was such a incredible person, who had such a kind and generous heart. Her family meant the world to her. She will be truly missed. Thinking of you all at this sad time. Linda Kool & Ron Duggan
Name Marvin Grubb
My sincerest condolences on the loss of your wife. Thinking of you
From: Marilyn and Murray Smart
Marilyn and I wish to express our deepest sympathy to Dick and family on Fran's passing. The last time we spoke with Fran was when Dick had his shoulder replacement at St Joe's in London. She was always very supportive of her family and her community. She will be missed by all who know her.
From: Rebecca Anderson
A magnificent lady. A mother to many and a friend to all. May you rest in peace dearest Fran. Dick, Jack, Rick, David and families my heart is with you through this time of good bye. xo
From: Sandra and Terry Brown and Family
May you find strength in the love of family and in the warm embrace of friend
From: Neil Benninger
I truly will miss Fran's smile and her cheerful and joyful manner. I am holding you Dick and your family in my heart and in my prayers. I am holding Fran in my memory!
From: Ted and Helen Schinbein
Our sincerest condolences on the loss of a wife, mother, grandmother, sister and a very dear old friend. No words can ever seem to express the grief and sadness, felt by family and friends when such a special person as Fran passes on
From: Ted Chappell
Obituary Fran Vanstone
Message I am so sorry to hear this sad news. My deepest sympathy on the loss of you wife. Take care Dick
From: Harold and Ruth Klages
We are very sorry to hear about Fran's passing. We always enjoyed her friendly chats. She will certainly be missed. Take Care.
From: Jim Adair
Our thoughts are with you and with our cousin Fran. We have made a donation to the Grey Bruce Hospice in Fran's name. Jim, Connie, Alex and Adam Adair
From: Al Church
Very sorry you have lost your wife and life long companion Dick. Think of you often and glad to have met Fran at your retirement party. Your old crew is saddened by the news and wishes you well. Take care buddy and hope to see you soon.
From: Maureen Jackson
Shelley, Rick and boys: So very sorry to hear about your Mom's passing. Although I did not know her, she sounds like she was a wonderful person, mother and grandmother. I am sure you have a great number of memories with her. Thinking of you all at this sad time.
Name: Dave and Judy Greig
Our sincere sympathy to Dick and his family. We have many memories of Fran during our younger years at Branch 464!
Name: Ted and Linda Porter
Our thoughts and Prayers are with you.