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Handy, Lillian Mabel (Mae)
Peacefully at Allendale in Milton, in her 89th year, on December 24th 2011. Beloved wife of the late Murray Handy. Mother of Linda Dyck (Lee), Marilyn Eldridge (John Lumbers), and Douglas (Janet). Loving Grandmother of Sandra Goncalves (Nelson), Karlee and Meagan Handy, and Great-Grandmother of Justin Goncalves. In accordance with our Mother’s wishes, a private family burial has taken place
Sending this on behalf of Kay Musgrave and Gwen Summers who want to send their sympathies.
She will be missed.
Condolences to the entire family.
Marilyn and Linda
i am sorry to hear of the passing of your mom. My deepest sympathy and condolences to both of you and your family
Dear Doug, Janet and family,
Our sincere condolences on the passing of your Mum (Mabel to us all) and wish her peace after a few years in which she struggled. Our thoughts are with you at this time.
Love, Barb Taylor & Don Kinsman and family
Doug, Marilyn, Linda & families. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of you at this time. Your mother was a wonderful woman.
Betty & Brad Secker
doug our condolences and best wishes on the passing of your mother tom and lynda green
Mrs. Handy. Although it was way too long since we last saw each other, you were often on my mind and will always be my “2nd mom”. Memories of my time as a “Handy” are remembered with a smile and warmth in my heart. Thank you for treating me like one of yours. Linda, Marilyn, Doug, you were very lucky to have a mom (grandmother) as wonderful, loving, caring and generous as she was. My condolences to you & yours.
It was a pleasure to care for your mother for the short time she was with us at Allendale. She was a lovely lady and my thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Gone but not forgotten. The last few years have been a struggle for you but you handled it with grace.
A big thank you to my sister Marilyn, for making it easier on the family.
Marilyn, Your devotion to mom’s care, making sure mom had all she needed, will never be forgotton.
Love you Mom,
I will miss you always. I hope you are singing and speaking to make up for your last years of silence.