Memories of Elisabeth Balogh
From: Beatrice and Dave at Phoenix Book Store, Owen Sound
Dear Bea and Blanka, Mr. Balogh and Veronica, Please accept our sincere condolences on the death of your wife, mother, grandmother and I imagine, the heart of your family. The first time I met Elisabeth in our book store, I felt a nice connection to her. We always talked honestly and openly together. And it was fun that Beatrice and I share a name, with slightly different pronunciation. We will never forget Elisabeth, her wisdom, beauty and her endless passion for books and her family. I listened with great interest when Blanka was on the CBC, as a youngster, speaking charmingly about her chickens, and her grandmother was very proud of her. She was very much one of the nicest and most interesting and interested visitors to our store. We will never forget her. With sympathy, Bea and Dave PS Dave just told me of your very thoughtful phone call to the store to notify us; that was very kind of you. Xxx
From: Alvin and Jean Stranks
So sorry to hear of Elisabeth's passing. You will all be missing her so much but you rest assured that she is with her Lord and resting in Him.
From: Lee and Joe Joyner
We are so sorry for your loss.
From: Anna Mustard
Tom and family - we are very sad and sorry to hear of Elisabeth's passing. We know what a difficult time this is as you mourn your dear wife and mother and grandmother. She will be missed. Our thoughts are with you.
From: Jill Livingston
Dear Thomas, Beatrice and Veronica, I share your sadness and will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.
My deepest sympathy at the loss of your precious Mother, Wife and Grandmother. Elisabeth touched my heart the first time I met her. I will forever remember her gentle kind soul. We laughed together and cried together Elisabeth. Thank you for being my friend. I wish you eternal peace and I know we will meet again one day. To Elisabeth's family I wish comfort and peace in your hearts. I am sure she is very proud at how much you cared for her and loved her. Cherish your memories. RIP my sweet Elisabeth. I love you.