The Beacon (Gander) - - Classified -

In lov­ing mem­ory, of Brett Hillier Who passed away on Oc­to­ber 6, 2015

Our hearts still ache from the loss of you The tears still fall from our face It’s hard to believe two years has gone by But our mem­o­ries will never be re­placed.

It broke our hearts to lose you But you did not go alone.

A part of us went with you The day God took you home.

If tears could build a stair­way And heartaches make a lane.

We’d walk our way to heaven And bring you back again.

In life, we loved you dearly In death, we love you still.

In our hearts, you hold a place No one could ever fill. The fam­ily of the late Joan Ir­ish wish to ex­press ap­pre­ci­a­tion and heart­felt thanks to all those who helped in any way to al­le­vi­ate the sor­row caused by her pass­ing. We ac­knowl­edge the many ex­pres­sions of sym­pa­thy through cards, mes­sages, tele­phone calls, flo­ral ar­range­ments, food and do­na­tions to the Janeway Chil­dren’s Hospi­tal. It was es­pe­cially com­fort­ing, at this dif­fi­cult time, to share mem­o­ries with those who were able to visit the funeral home and / or at­tend the ser­vice. Thank you also to: the staff of the Carmelite House for their com­pas­sion and care over the past nine plus years; Rev. Brian Candow, Rev. Dianna Fry, or­gan­ist Les­lie Hewlett and St. Martin’s Choir for the touch­ing ser­vice as well as St. Martin’s ACW for pro­vid­ing the lun­cheon after­wards; Den­nis Mills, Ron Mills, Clarice Goodyear, Joe Goodyear, Stan Goodyear and Bill Bouzane for car­ry­ing Mom to her fi­nal rest­ing place; Nathan Nip­pard and his staff at Stacey’s Funeral Home for their pro­fes­sion­al­ism and guid­ance. Our Jour­ney, with Mom, into the world of Alzheimer’s wasn’t al­ways easy, but with the sup­port of many won­der­ful peo­ple, there were more smiles than tears. God Bless you all!

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