My deepest condolences to Bob and his family on the loss of his beloved mother. I have many memories of the family get togethers we shared. My mom and Blythe were best friends for many years. She was always involved with many family events. I will always remember her kind spirit and her love of life. She was involved with many aspects of our lives over the years. I believe that she came into our lives when my brother and sister were born in 1955. We lived at 46 Mintern and Blythe Ralph and Bob were our neighbours. We enjoyed many times together. My mom considered Blythe her most dearest friend and the friendship endured for many years. No doubt heaven has gained another angel. I hope my mom and Blythe are reunited. She is and always will be one of a kind. A friend is a gift who’s worth cannot be measured accept be the heart. Rest In Peace dearest Bythe.
Our deepest condolences to you all. Blythe was such a fun, inspirational, positive, upbeat person to be around. We loved spending time with her and will miss her dearly. May your fond memories of her and time spent with her bring comfort during this difficult time.
As well as being fashionable, fun, feisty, full of life and a force to be reckoned with on behalf of those she loved, Aunt Blythe showed compassion and support in times of need. I will never forget the visit I had with her when my Mother was in Versa Care. She sat with me and shared her wisdom and support when it was needed. I greatly appreciated her perspective. I knew it was her from the other end of the hall even though I couldn't make out her facial features just by her energetic walk, perfectly coifed hair and fashionable white Capri slacks, bold top and heeled sandals. No one would have believed she was 85 at the time!
My condolences Bob and Stella. She was one of a kind.
As a kid, I remember Aunt Blythe as being very entertaining when she visited and when we went to her house. As an adult, I remember her as a strong, confident, gutsy woman. She always had an opinion and no fear in voicing that opinion. She was a favorite aunt. Condolences to Bob and Stella.
Ron and Diane Campbell
We will always remember Blythe as a bright light. She was always full of energy and so much joy to be around. We will miss her dearly. Rest In Peace, Blythe!!! Sending lots of prayers and big hugs to the Family.
Love, Mario, Diane, Melanie and Julie Anne xoxo
We will always have fond memories of Aunt Blythe. She was fun loving and forever fashionable. No matter how old we may be, or how prepared we think we are, it is never easy to lose our parent. We send you our love and prayers Bob and Stella. I am sure there is much dancing in heaven. I know the angels and all those who have gone before welcomed her home. Much love Len and Diane Sysiuk
Many condolences Bob And Stella and to your family. Some of my best memories, both growing up, and in later years are of time spent with Blythe . Pat and I always enjoyed her sense of humor, and unique perspectives. It's really hard not to smile when thinking of her. She was a Great Lady.
Bob and family, our sincere condolences on your loss. Blythe was a wonderful women with a great love of life! She will be missed by all who new her. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this time.
Residents, staff and management of Amber Lea Place.
Bertha Jean was Flower Girl at Aunt Blythe & Uncle Ralph’s Wedding when she was seven years old. Blythe, Ralph and Bob have always been, close and dear to our Hearts to all our Family, over the many years.
Bob & Stella have given all their love and caring to Aunt Blythe, helping her to enjoy the long life she had.
Bertha Jean, Gary & Family