Condolence: So sorry to learn of Rosella's death. We first met your Dad and Mom in 1977. Haven't seen them much over the years but always enjoyed Rosella's Christmas letters and photos. So hard to think that someone so full of life is no more but she will be long remembered by many. My grandmother was a Clancy and my husband's mother was a Dafoe. I've posted a photo from when we met in 1977.
Condolence: I was saddened to read Rosella's obituary in The Intelligencer. Whenever I met or spoke to Rosella, I left with a feeling of thankfulness for what she had shared about her family's roots in Tweed. A donation has been made in her memory to the Tweed & Area Heritage Centre. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family in your loss. Sincerely, Evan Morton, Curator.
Condolence: My sincere sympathy to Rosella's Family. I will never forget Rosella, she was and still is a complete inspiration to my life and if only I can be as jovial as she was. I will always remember my time spent with her as a member of the Stirling Agricultural Society Inc. and the many nights at the convention having a good time and great conversation on different faucets of life. RIP Rosella but Heaven has obtain another Angel and was again has proven he only takes the best.
Condolence From: Stirling Agricultural Society Inc.
Condolence: The Stirling Agricultural Society will look to extend our deepest condolences to Rosella' Family. She will always be remember for her enthusiastic loving ability to bring laughter to all and for her many contributions to our Society and her the community. Stirling Agricultural Society Members both present and past will remember Rosella for her ability to light up the room and just enjoy life to fullest.
Condolence: To Lyle, Lloyd and all your families. We were sorry to read about Rosella's passing. She was a great friend and we have wonderful memories of our travelling together. We hope we will be able to see you in the spring. Our sincere condolences to all.