Condolence: I remember so well the times that Wilma, Heather and I would meet at a little restaurant in Round Rock Texas and share some "goodies" (usually pie) and have long visits. I enjoyed being with Wilma; those are good memories. And of course I have a special love for Heather and the boys. May God give them peace and comfort at this time.
Condolence: My dearest Aunt Wilma ... The last of my aunts/uncle's on the Burrows side. Some of my best memories of years gone by included Wilma and Chip and when Heather came along. Wilma always kept in touch when she married Bill
, or when Heather was home for a visit. So wish we could have spent more time together over the last few years. You are certainly one of heaven's newest angels and will be missed dearly.
Condolence: Wilma is my mom's sister. Mom was always concerned about Wilma and her health. Mom always wanted people to check on Wilma. Sisterly Love. Cousin Jackie was always good at watching out for Wilma. As a child, I recall going for drives in Wilma's "Beatle Car" Volkswagan. It always back fired. lol. Having tea with Wilma was always cool. Wilma always held her right pinky in an interesting way. My sister & I always spent a lot of time growing up with Wilma,especially when mom had back surgery. Mom has Scelosis(L4&5)& so do I (L4,L5,S1.) When my dad was transferred out of S.F., my sister was so up set, she wanted to move in with Wilma. I recall a Sunday drive to Pakenham. A Sunday drive & swim to Brown's Bay, St. Lawrence River, Brockville. I recall how much you enjoyed learning golf with your girl friends.