ROBERTSON, Millie Grace – our baby shark, mama’s bug and a brave heart warrior, passed away peacefully in the arms of her parents on May 2nd, 2018 at Emily’s House in Toronto, Ontario. She was surrounded by love, sunshine, music, flowers and her loving family. Millie was born on December 23rd, 2016, in Toronto, Ontario to her parents Derek and Caroline Robertson. During her short 16 months of life, she touched the hearts of many people and was loved deeply by family and friends. We were so blessed for the time spent with this miracle child. Known to her parents as the youngest Billy Joel fan, she enjoyed listening and dancing to all types of music. When she danced she would make the room sparkle. She always would be calm and smile when her Daddy sang ‘ Piano Man’. Despite so many health challenges in her life, Millie was compassionate, always comforting mommy. She was such a brave little girl, going through so many complicated medical procedures, starting from inside mommy’s womb to her final days, but always had time to show her beautiful smile and love of life. Miss Independent, Millie was determined to do everything on her own, such as feeding herself, taking her medications, getting dressed, and using her Ipad. Millie thrived and was so beautiful inside and out with her bouncing curls, blue eyes and long thick eye lashes. Daddy will always treasure the time he spent eating and dunking cookies with Millie.
scope and responsibility and eventually Joe transferred to a Director’s position in Ottawa. This turned out to be his final posting and he retired in Ottawa in 2010 after 35 years of loyal dedicated service to the Federal Government of Canada. Travelling the world, always learning was a joy to him. Joe had a fabulous memory. He was an avid reader who always had at least one novel on the go. His work ethic was beyond reproach and as a result made a strong contribution to the Canadian Fish Inspection Program. He was a dedicated Public Servant who represented the interests of all Canadians both domestically and internationally. During his tenure in Ottawa at the CFIA Joe was involved working Internationally, where he participated on projects with trade partner countries and meetings with foreign government representatives and the food processing industry both in Canada and abroad. Member of the Knights of Columbus Holy Redeemer Council 9544, Kanata, Ontario and member of the Stittsville District Lions Club, Stittsville, Ontario. For those of us who knew him we are all better persons. In memory of Joe, donations can be made to Shelburne & Yarmouth SPCA of Nova Scotia. Sincere thanks to the doctors and nursing staff of QCH and to Dr. Peter Davidson, our family doctor for their excellent care of Joe, the Knights of Columbus and the Stittsville Lions Club for their constant dedication to Joe; to Father Pierre Champoux and to Father Rick Lorenze. The love of long- time friends. You assisted him more than you will ever know during these long months. Friends are invited to join the family at a Funeral Mass, Friday, May 25, 2018 at St. Ambrose Cathedral, 43 Albert Street. Yarmouth, Nova Scotia at 10 am with Father Henry Smolenaars officiating. Sharing memories and online condolences can be made to www.kellyfh.ca Funeral arrangements in the care of Kelly Funeral Home, Kanata Chapel, Kanata Ontario.