To the Brazil family, sorry to hear of Kay's passing, she was such a funny and gentle woman, May She Rest In Peace
Heather and all the Brazil family,so sorry about your aunt!
To the Brazil families So sorry to hear of Kays passing, please be assured you are all in my thoughts and prayers at this time.
We are deeply saddened by your loss. Our hearts go out to the Brazil family and your loved ones.
Sorry to hear about Kay, traveling in Alberta and unable to attend Funeral but she is in my Prayers.
Our condolences to the Brazil Family, we were lucky enough to have known Kay as a young girl and as a young woman when she was living at home. She would always ask Linda “let me see the baby” this was our sons Craig and Kurt. Linda & Leonard Lahey
Leonard & Linda Lahey
I am so happy that I had the opportunity to spend time with you, Kay's immediate family, on Saturday but sad that I cannot make it to her funeral. I have so many memories of Kay growing up in South Dildo and these memories are never far from my heart. One small phrase sums up the kind of person Kay was and that is "To know her is to love her."
Condolences to all my cousins and families.
IN my professional career as a nurse and as a manager there are a few people who have affected the way I see and provide care . Kathleen is one of those people. She reminded me that there is true joy in simple things and how important it is to look for that one simple thing that can bring that joy to those I care for every day . I absolutely loved printing colouring pictures and delivering them to Kathleen! Long before she saw my face she'd recognize my footsteps and I'd hear her call out "teacher" I'd always explain I am a nurse and the next day she greet me with the same pure joy and love "teacher". GOd what a perfect way to start my day! I remember helping her board the bus for a "ride" took a while to convince her to go but when she cam back you couldn't wipe the smile from her face. Kathleen may be gone from the physical world but her presence will personally remain with me every day and affect how I care for others. She was a joy and a blessing and I think brought new and true meaning to "special" I am so sorry I can't attend her service, I am in hospital myself (doing fine and hoping to be discharged soon) but I will be there in spirit, My sincerest condolences Jeannie