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Kevin George

St Aidan’s All Saints Memorial Wall

October 27, 2020 - October 28, 2020

We created This page as a way to gather photos, memories, and stories of people that we love and miss. Sunday, November 1 is the feast of All Saints. This virtual memorial wall Will be a place for us to add our memories. We will endeavour to print as many photos as we get, to add to our worship space on Sunday.

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  • Susan Andersen
    In memory of our beloved Gran (my mum’s mum).
    We also remember our beloved Grandpas and Grandma A. All four such an important part of our lives 💕
  • Kevin George
    In memory of Kim Boston
    - Love Mom
    Marilyn Hale
  • Gregory Smith
    A "Few" of the Sainted Women who have helped to shape my path in a good way...for whom I am forever grateful to God: Anna, Ivana, Pat, Ruth
  • Kevin George
    My Parents
    ~ Sheila Windsor
  • Kevin George
    Remembering Don Kershaw and Helen King
    ~ Anne Kershaw
  • Morgan Sherlock
    Remembering my Grandad and Grandma Sherlock
  • Morgan Sherlock
    Remembering my Grandad Larder
  • Kevin George
    Remembering Nancy Postons with great Love...
    from Art
  • Tricia Lystar
    Remembering Anna Zacharias & Ben Reeder
  • Kevin George
    Today we remember
    Tom Juhasz, July 1954-Oct 2020
    ~ The Gibson Family
  • Anne Jaikaran
    My photos are of Mary Hilborn who died this past April. I called her my Canadian mother. We met at St Luke the Evangelist in 2002 where we started out as altar guild partners but became close friends.
  • Anne Jaikaran
    Anne Jaikaran added 2 photo(s) to the memorial St Aidan’s All Saints Memorial Wall:
  • Kevin George
    Remembering Bob and Vivian
  • Kevin George
    Offering a prayer of thanksgiving for Andrea and Becky Sparkes our Great Nieces. Forever loved and never forgotten.