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Lilias (Lal) Forsyth (née Simpson), Urgel Bourgie / Athos

Lilias (Lal) Forsyth (née Simpson)
1921 - 2020

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Lilias (Lal) Forsyth (née Simpson)

À Montréal, est décédée le 07 août 2020 Madame Lilias (Lal) Forsyth (née Simpson), épouse de late James Forsyth.

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Témoignages à la mémoire de Lilias (Lal) Forsyth (née Simpson)

Janice Tremblay Sims
03 septembre 2020
Mrs. Forsyth was a beautiful, kind, compassionate person. She cared for me, took me into her home and treated me like family my whole life. I considered her to be my other "mum" and even when I went far away we kept in touch. I will treasure all her notes and handmade cards that she sent to me over the years which I kept. Whenever I came to Montreal I made a point of stopping by to say hello and there she was with that radiant smile and loving hug! She made the world a better place for all who had the privilege of knowing her and she will be missed. I am blessed to have known her and I know there is a new angel in heaven looking down on us all. Rest in the Peace of God. Much love, Jan, Dave, Burke, Haley, Miller, Maddy and Gabby
Norman and Gisela Vorwalder
16 août 2020
We have know Mrs. Forsyth for over 50 years! In all this time I can never remember ever seeing her without a smile on her face, always radiating happiness. I cannot imagine a more kinder and warm-hearted person than Mrs. Forsyth. In this age of computerization, it was always a real treat to receive a personalized handmade birthday card from Mrs. Forsyth. Not only were the cards unique, there was always a little story included on them. I will miss that, and also miss a very special person.
Judy Fargey
10 août 2020
Though we have lived at almost opposite ends of Canada for the last 50 years my dear Auntie Lal & I kept in touch by phone and her lovely little notes regularly. She was such a joy in my life and a link to my past, and to my Mom, her sister, who passed away suddenly 52 years ago. She and my Gpa drove my Mom to the hospital in a snowstorm in 1943 to deliver me while my Dad was overseas. I was brought up in their family home until my Dad returned when I was 2 years old- so our connection was very strong. She flew out to Calgary on her own in 2018 and my sisters and our families had such a fabulous time with her & heard so many wonderful stories of her life growing up .We took her to Banff for a surprise 95th birthday celebration at the Banff Springs Hotel & she was crowned and made Queen for the Day. It was an honour she so deserved. She WAS a queen to all her family and many friends and her strong faith, love, sense of humour, memory and huge smile will always be remembered. Rest In Peace Auntie Lal as you join the family who left before you and we will meet again.
Maggie (Mags)
09 août 2020
I think the things i Iwill miss most about this lovely angel (Lowey's Mum, Mrs. Forsyth) is her immeasurable depth of kindness, her gentle hugs, her ability to make you feel welcome and loved, and her sweet disposition. I especially miss the poem she used to always tell me, and her sunny smile. Please gather some peace in knowing that we will ALL be together again as this is a promise God has given us. What a wonderful reunion this will be! Until then, hold your Mum close to your heart and talk to her always because she's not gone - she continues to live on in health, beauty and grace in God's True Kingdom.
Susan Donnelly
09 août 2020
Mrs Forsyth Your kindest eyes, warm smile and always cheerful expressions will be with me always. Your tins of ample molasses cookies forever a warm memory of my childhood. You have touched numerous hearts, including mine.
Alain Prévost
09 août 2020
Dear Mrs Forsyth, Thank you for your presence in my life since 30 years. Each of our meetings was important to me. Rest in peace. Alain.
JoAnne Murphy
09 août 2020
Aunt Lal was my very favourite aunt. I will miss her laugh, her smile, her stories and how she always made people feel special. I treasure all her handmade cards and the many memories of our visits and phone calls. I miss you Aunt Lal.
Jane Carson
09 août 2020
I will miss Aunt Lal so much. She told me many times how she came to the farm & stayed with my Mom when I was born so we certainly go back a long way. Always enjoyed our visits when we got together. So many good memories. She was a very kind & generous lady. RIP Aunt Lal you will be missed by many. Love you, till we meet again.

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