I will miss my infrequent visits with "Aunt Nancy" for her cheery disposition and welcoming smile. When we lost my Mother in 2007 Aunt Nancy was our connection to the past. It is truly the end or an era.
Auntie Nancy brought many years of great joy to me and my family, she brought great texture to our lives and will be missed for her many stories. I truly cherish the memories on the time we spent together and feel honored to have been part of her extended family.
In warm remembrance of Auntie Nancy, who was like another mother to me when I was growing up, and like a sister to my own mother (Agnes Cameron). May the memories of happy times spent with her bring comfort to her many loved ones. She will be missed, but never forgotten.
Love from Carolyn & Phil Belleville
Auntie Nancy was my "special aunt". As her God Daughter I looked forward to our visits and talks and her many trips to Toronto over the years. I feel fortunate that my children have fond memories of Auntie Nancy's visits as well and her famous smartie cookies and date squares May she rest in peace now after a long life. Heather and Kathryn, I hope that the legacy of love your Mother left you will be a source of strength and comfort for you both. With Deepest sympathy, Wendy, Bob, Evan (Caillin & Graeyer), Derek, and Sarah Ford
We enjoyed visits with Aunt Nancy at her home and also at ours. Her last visit was the Harvey family reunion 13 years age when she was able to see our new born granddaughter, born the day after the reunion. Our keepsake form Aunt Nancy is the Green corduroy dress she made for Karen to ware at my sister Isabel's wedding in October 1973. Truly a great lady of faith and action. Love from cousins Ernest, Donna & Karen