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IN LOVING MEMORY OF MY FATHER ..GILL, George 94 years, passed away Wednesday May 6, 2009 at the Sun Parlor Home. Beloved husband of Anne (Walsh). Dear father of Carol Reneau, Noreen Cammack, Mary Jane Gill, Sandra and the late Jack Gill. Loving grandfather of 5 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Dear brother of Clarence Gill. Many nieces and nephews in England also survive. George served in the Royal Army Service Corps 8th Army, as well as in Tobruk, Italy, Sicily, Germany, France, battle of El Alanein, Normandy Landing and North Africa Campaign. He was awarded many medals of honor for heroic service along with King George VI Badge sent by Queen Elizabeth II. Visiting at the Reid Funeral Home, 14 Russell Street Leamington (519-326-2631) on Saturday May 9, 2009 from 1 p.m. until time of Royal Canadian Legion Br. # 84 Legion Service and Memorial Service at 2 p.m. Fr. Pat Fuerth officiating. Memorial donations may be made by cheque to the Legion Poppy Fund. Friends may send condolences at www.reidfuneralhome.ca .....Oh My Beloved Father I couldn't have asked for any better of a life shared with you as you taught me How to be Loved and how to Give love and for that you are the Only apple of My eye , Thank you My Loving Father for being who you are and thank you God for making him my Father I will always have your Memories and I will always charish them In My Heart . I know that your happy Now that your with your Mother, your Loving Daughter Mary Jane Gill
....I guess as life passes by, we all look back and draw some interesting conclusions. One of the areas I think we look to is the friendshipâ€™s weâ€™ve made. Those were the foundations and stabilizers of our existence.
As I look back To My DEAR FRIEND EVA, youâ€™ve been my foundation, and have been there for me whenever I needed you. A friend like you canâ€™t ever be duplicated or replaced, and I wanted to take the time to let you know that.
You are my best friend, my ally, my rock, my supporter, and my most vocal critic when needed. When youâ€™ve chided me, it has been for my good, and your wisdom has helped avoid many unnecessary conflicts.
So, I give many thanks to you, as I give thanks for having you. Youâ€™re the best To My DEAR FRIEND EVA! Thank you so much for being my friend!...As we travel lifeâ€™s paths over the years, we are privileged enough to create and enjoy numerous friendships on our journey. Each friendship is different and brings special meaning and adventure.
Yet when we look back, there is always one friendship that meant the most. The person was the one you count on when things were dire and there was no one else. That individual To My DEAR FRIEND EVA was you!
You can be so proud of yourself for your loyalty and virtues. I hope you know how much Iâ€™ve appreciated you and how close we truly are. I donâ€™t know what I possibly wouldâ€™ve done without you in so many tough situations.
I do know one thing though To My DEAR FRIEND EVAâ€¦and that is you are my dearest friend. Thatâ€™s a distinction I donâ€™t draw easily, and Iâ€™m sure you know that. So, in closing, all I can do is offer my heartfelt thanks, and tell you dearest friend that youâ€™ve made my life so much better.