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Its amazing sometimes people come into your life and you can not remember quite when or how. Perhaps ours
was over a load or two of enriching soil for our garden. It wasnt long before we realized that we would spend hours conversing with a lovely couple Ed and Mary Dyck. Ed was always quick with a farm story or could catch us up on the weather,Mary became an unending source for garden advice.
Mary loved life filled with people and all kinds of animals....reminded me so much of home. Mary loved to compare garden stories and we almost had a competition as to who would have the first new tomato or potatoe. We could not leave often without a tour of her garden and in the fall our arms were filled with vegetables that she just had a little too much of.
Recipes were often exchanged and I just had to have a taste of this or that ...that Mary was whipping up.We soon learnt that Mary had farm fresh eggs that could be had a moments notice. We enjoyed these knowing how precious they were not only in cartons but developing a friendship that wuld spill over with Mary to our family as well. Once the kids had left home ...I would often get a phone call midweek to get ahold of Mary as there was a need for her eggs at their homes. Mary loved to know where they were and what they were now doing.
Mary will be sadly missed by our whole family! Our heart felt sympathy at the loss of a vey special lady, mom, grandma and great grandmother. We got to know alot of you through the eyes of Mary!
Not an egg will be untouched or broken without a memory of a very dear and precious Mary!
Our thought and prayers
Evan and Pat Chartrand
Jaicee,Laura and Mitch
Cherishing Life Sharing Forever
This Book of Memories brings those affected by loss together by encouraging communication and self-expression. By giving friends and family a special place to tell their stories and express their feelings of loss, it helps them care for one another during a very difficult time. Click on any of the links to the right to access features or information within this memorial website.