A candle was lit by In fond rememberance
on January 31, 2016 10:29 PM
From: Michael Dosman
What a beautiful picture of this kind and sweet lady! She always wore a happy face and always had a smile for you. Although her body was weak her sprit remained strong ! She will live on in our heart and in our thoughts !Her youngest grand daughter Kate loved her Granny so, and loved to learn knitting and crocheting from Betty. Kate is finishing a special Afghan that Betty started and passed on to Kate to finish. Peter and Jake fondly remember all the March breaks we spent in Florida visiting with the grand parents , especially celebrating Jacob's birthday March 19 every year with Betty and Dennis and Cosmo and Dolore and John and Evelyn and Michel Nicole and Jill and Mike What fun we had at those most fun pot luck dinner at the Dosman's condo ! Betty loved those years so !Dennis would always bring out the guitar and have a impromptu country concert !! (2000-2011)Of course many happy memories but never enough !! Rip Mom , Grandma ! Love and prayer the dosman's
From: Earl and Dianne Foster
Noreen Dairel Kelly and Ryan We are very sorry to hear of you Mom and Grandmothers passing and our prayers go out to you all and to the rest of the family. We are sorry that we annot attend but know we are thinking of you all. Dwell on the memories and the happy times you had to help ease the pain at a very sad time in your life. Dianne and Earl
From: Heather Clarke
My Dear Aunt Betty, I always looked forward to her visits when she’d come out to reconnect with her western relatives. She was always warm, kind and friendly, and we enjoyed recollecting memories of her past antics with her brother, George. I also remember when I moved out east for a period, and she’d invite me over to enjoy a home-cooked meal to share with her family. I really appreciated the break from cafeteria food, and spending time with family! I am blessed for having known her, and am grateful that she was a part of my life! We will miss her dearly! Our prayers and thoughts are with you all at this difficult time. Love, Heather and Richard Clarke
From: Jaap Kroondijk
Noreen, Ryan and Family My sincere condolences with your loss Noreen of your Mother and Ryan of your Grandmother We wish you strength and comfort today, tomorrow and in the future Our thoughts are with you Jaap and Jeanette Kroondijk and Family
From: Wendy Robertson
My deepest sympathies to Mr. Underhill, Nancy, Stephen, Noreen, Cheryl, Jill, Suzanne and Donna. Words cannot begin to express my sadness for you. Mrs. Underhill was a big part of my childhood as I spent a lot of time at your house. I was always treated as part of the family. I have many good memories of being at the Underhill house on May Ave. I unfortunately can’t be there on Thursday but my thoughts are with you all.
From: Sandra Parry (Mount)
My deepest sympathies to Uncle Den and my cousins. I have many fond memories of Aunt Betty's visits to BC as I was growing up and always looked forward to her many stories and pictures she brought of my cousins and their life in Ontario. I remember her as a kind and generous lady, always smiling. She had a great sense of humour and in my mind's eye I picture the many times she and my Dad George and Grandma Jean were laughing together sitting at our kitchen table. One of the things that stands out most in my mind was her devotion to my Uncle Den, and his to her. When Betty visited us it was with reluctance that Uncle Den would be without her, even for a short stay. There would always be many phone calls back and forth between them during her visits - at least once daily. This was when long distance calling was a luxury not afforded easily. Uncle Den is foremost in my thoughts now. Aunt Betty will be sincerely missed by all those that were lucky enough to have known her, and will always live on in our hearts.