Condolence From: Dr Manny and Yvonne (Rowney) Lubos
Condolence: Our heartfelt sympathy and prayers to Wally and Flo, Dorothy and Janet and all your family in the loss of your dear mother, grandmother and great grandmother and our Aunt. We pray that you will feel the loving arms of Jesus holding you close to Him at this sad time. We would have been there to attend her funeral and offer our hugs and condolences in person, if we had not been in California at the time. We will continue praying for all of you.😢😢❤️♥️🙏🙏 Yvonne and Manny
Condolence: Goodbye sweet lady, til we meet again. Walter and I will always remember your kindness and generosity to us and others. Your sweet smile, wonderful baking, cute, wee dogs, charitable donations, and great advice were all indicators of your generous spirit. With love to the family, Liz & Walter Guccino
Condolence: I will miss my sister Edith greatly.
In spite of age difference of eleven years and great distance in residences,
since 1971,Edith in Ontario an me in B.C. we maintained a close relationship throughout the years, we communicated frequently via telephone in exchanging recipes and keeping up to date in life in general.
She was a fantastic cook and I relied on her wisdom whenever I had a cooking problem .My husband and I enjoyed her interest in her later years in the sport of curling. She was a very knowledgeable in team strategy and her knowledge of the members of her favourite team members.
We will miss that communication.
Rest in Peace in Heaven Edith.
All our love Herrick and Lois
Condolence: Condolences to Wally, Janet & Dorothy on the loss of your mother. Pat & I always enjoyed visiting her when Mom lived in Everett and later taking her up to visit. We took her up in early June had a great lunch & spent the afternoon with Edith. May she R.I.P.
Michael & Pat
Condolence: Our sincere sympathy to all of Edith's family. She was a great lady and a wonderful friend for the ten years we lived in Everett. During those 10 years I spent many days driving Edith around in her 1994 Oldsmoble, going wherever she wanted to go. We would have lunch at Pizza Hut or Swiss Chalet (my what an appetite she had then).
Few people have had an impact on my life as much as Edith has. Seebert and I will remember her always.
Sandy & Seebert Best