In Memoriam.ca - Always in our hearts

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Memorial candle

  • Cathy and John Roberts lit a candle on 10/29/2017:
    "She fought for those that couldn’t, and cared for those who had no one else to care for them. Her light will always shine bright with her life of love, resilience, compassion, and love for her family."

  • Mary Anne Hopkins lit a candle on 11/01/2017:
    "Dearest Patricia and family; Your mom was such a strong woman in her work for those with disabilities, I admired her so much for that, amongst so much else. She helped me secure work in that field, was so kind and gracious to me, and always asked about the well-being of my own mother, whom she had never even met. Your mom was a wonderful woman and truly loved."

  • Patricia Phonchareon lit a candle on 10/29/2017:
    " “Open your mouth for the mute, for the rights of all who are destitute. Open your mouth, judge righteously, defend the rights of the poor and needy.” - Proverb 31:8-9"

Tributes and Condolences

Leave a tribute or offer your condolences

  • Ms.

    Heather Field


    "I am deeply sorry for your loss. "

  • Condolences

    Craig Sheree Walsh


    "We are sorry for your loss Patricia and to all your family . In this tough time in your life, may our friendship, sympathy and heartfelt condolences bring you and your family comfort."

  • Ms.

    Cynthia Fox


    "Patricia, Dang & Family, condolences on your Mom's passing. Her legacy of being an advocate for those without a voice or strength to battle will live on; in her children and grandchildren. She's truly been an inspiration to many. Thinking of you all at this difficult time. Keep the great memories close."

  • Love and Sympathy

    Beth Churchill


    "Patricia and family, I am so sorry to hear of Dorothy's passing. I can't begin to tell you how thankful I am for all of the love and support and encouragement Dorothy gave my daughter, Emily. Dorothy was fearless and I am thankful for the strong example she set for my daughters and the entire community. Much love to you all as you celebrate and remember the incredible legacy Dorothy has left. "

  • Our heartfelt sympathy

    Ethel and Don Ingram


    "We are so sorry for your loss. Dorothy was an exceptional woman who loved her family dearly and was passionate about bringing positive change about for all disabled, not just her own daughter. Her legacy is more than the changes she facilitated; her legacy is her family. May the Lord bring you comfort during this difficult time. "