To Uncle Ivan, Tom , Vicki and family:
When I was little and you all used live in Mississauga, Mike and I had a few sleepovers. I remember falling asleep to Aunt Kay gently singing in the other room to Vicki (who was Very little) trying to get her to sleep. Her refrain was “Mommy loves Vicki, Daddy loves Vicki, etc”. Anyone who takes the time to tell their children they love them has a heart of gold. Goodbye and rest peacefully, Aunt Kay.
Thinking of you during this difficult time and wishing that the good memories help.
Love Jennifer Parsons and family - Len (a fellow Newf), Emma, Cam and Mitchell.
Sad condolences in remembrance of Aunt Kay, whose passing leaves memories of family times at Christmas and at Uncle Ernie's cottage, keeping you in our thoughts, with love from Wendy, Andrew and Miranda.
Aunt Kay someone who could laugh at many things. My finest memories going for a sundae around the corner from my house she came to visit with a big smile and a wonderful laugh. Also she would take off when she took me out in Toronto and my brother and I ran ahead and hide on her. She was going crazy looking for us and we were laughing. But she took in go strive.
Will remember when Victoria was born and going out to visit Kay and Ivan and play with the baby (my goddaughter) who has turned out as someone who her mom was proud of as she was of her entire family.
Will love you forever but now it’s time to see those who have gone before you
Kevin Ash and family
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