Dearest Yvonne and Family, I am so sorry for your loss.Frank hsd been a friend for many years and shared such great stories of his mom. While you are my friend Vin, please know that my heart goes out to you, your brother & sisters; Joe, Cynthia, Diane, & Yvonne, & all of the grandchildren. The photo you posted reminds me that: When Irish eyes are smiling Sure, 'tis like the morn in Spring In the lilt of Irish laughter You can hear the angels sing When Irish hearts are happy All the world seems bright and gay And when Irish eyes are smiling Sure, they steal your heart away Whenever I think of my Aunt Izzie,only fond memories come to mind. I was so afraid you would fall with the big waves coming up.........baby sister. Dolly would stack a select group of books specifically designated for Norma and would send them away with Dirk and Yvonne whenever they visited CT. It warmed my heart that she cared so much for your Mom. I have so enjoyed my time with Aunt Joan, and have many fond memories to cherish. My sympathies and love, Dawn My mother shared a special bond with Norma, they both loved to read.
At this point, there is no descriptive information of the content of the individual folders. Revolving Files Unit L1 The "People Files" is a listing of all individuals on whom we have a folder of material. She migrated to Canada in 1971 and worked at Bell Canada for 26 years until her retirement. Funeral Service was held on Saturday, May 19, 2012 CAMPBELL, Joseph "Elder", a resident of New Rochelle for 40 years, departed this life April 26, 2002. For many years he was the pastor of Ebenezer First Holiness Church of the Apostolic Faith. The Journal News, Wednesday, May 1st, 2002 CAMPBELL, Roy George ( birth name Ruebin Alexander Campbell) was born in 1927 in Montego Bay, St James.A funeral service was held in the Ward Chapel, 52 Main Street South, Brampton on Saturday, January 19th. Published in the Toronto Star on January 12, 2013 ALLPORT, Mr. Born July 18, 1927 to Alexander and Amelia Campbell in Jamaica W. He had worked as a Mason in the Construction Industry. Campbell, 2 daughters, Laurel Whittaker and Violet Humphrey, 1 son Errol Campbell, 2 sisters, Elizabeth Campbell and Mary Allen, 6 grandchildren, nieces, nephews, others relatives and church family. His mother was Estriana Campbell who had one sister and 2 brothers.Steve, I'll remember all of our Friday lunches at Mongolian BBQ in NYC and the laughs we had. Even if I wanted to read one of the titles, my mother would exclaim "NO! Yvonne, Spencer, Trevor & the many other family members left behind ~ May the memories of the love Norma showered on you throughout your lives continue to warm your hearts in the future. We will all carry her memory in our hearts and souls. While I will miss her, I know there is a joyous reunion in Heaven today, and that she is being warmly welcomed by all of those who've gone before her.I'm going to miss talking Baseball, Football, and Cars with you. My sincere condolences ~ Dru Hites My heartfelt condolences to the extended family of Aurora. There is definitely a chorus of angels singing today!