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gary christian lit a candle on 01/16/2015:
"mom, it's been two years since you passed and you are just as missed now as you were then. as you know not alot has changed, ev is still doing okay. we talk about you all the time, mostly sharon and me. we keep in touch , also roddy. The world has changed without you in it and on the other end of the phone. i still find myself going to call you at special times. keep watch over us mom. Donna thinks you visited her in her apple orchard last year. i told her i wouldn't be surprised. love you always, Rest in peace mom. xoxoo"
Chris Christian lit a candle on 02/07/2013:
"I miss and love u very much,one wish I would ask is that u could of made it one more day for Layla and I to talk to u on ur brand new cell dad bought u :) Love u r.i.p nan"
annabelle st.laurent lit a candle on 01/16/2014:
"A year ago today, we were saddened by your passing away. The souvenirs that you have left us with have eased the pain of losing you. It has been a comfort knowing that you are looking over us, from above."
Born: October 7th, 1925
Passed on: January 16th, 2013
Edna May Christian was a Caring and wonderful mother , who left us on January 16th, 2013. She was born on October 7th,1925 to Duncan and Millicent McCarthy of Halifax, Nova Scotia , A sister to Evelyn, and Marjorie , Robert, William and Neil. Edna lived most of her childhood in Jollimore, on the outskirts of the city and very close to the beautiful North West Arm and Dingle area. Mom loved her brothers and sisters , her grand children and great grand children very much. She made friends of everyone she met, from the sample ladies at the grocery store to the care givers from red cross. Mom's greatest companions however were her pets. Her dog , sinjun, and two cats , Timmy and Sammy. When mom found out she wouldn't be able to live in her home again, she worried about her pets and worried about their demise . ...as did her son. Lo and behold, her diabetes nurse, Yvonne , offered to take them all and adopted them into her family. Sinjun's almost daily visit to mom's hospital room was an especially highlight of her day. Mom loved her independence and held onto it right until her last hour. Her last hours were spent visiting with Sinjun and Norma Bean her room mate. The doctor had given her permission for a two hour out of hospital visit with Gary and Annabelle the next day and she was telling everyone she was going to Burger king for a whopper. As a surprise Yvonne had returned unexpectedly with a fresh whopper from burger king. She smiled and said "what am I going to do with you?". Mom asked one of the nurses to place it in the fridge for later.mom was happily talking about her family with the nurses. She returned to her bed and was talking with a nurse and suddenly with no warning, peacefully and painlessly passed into eternity.You will be missed forever mom. The world is not the same with out you . Love you |||