Friday, July 25, 2008

Goodbye and closure

Kayla Marie St.Cyr
Celebration of Life
2:00 pm on Wednesday, July 30th , 2008.
St. Andrew`s United Church
22165 Dewdney Trunk Road
Maple Ridge, BC

Please email us or respnd in the comment section to let us know if you can come
in order that we may arrange enough refreshments.
Click here for a map


Bobbie said...

That is such a nice collage of photos of Kayla. Although she is gone, she's not forgotten.

I'll be keeping you and your family in my thoughts on Wednesday.

Herman Verbrugge said...

As Bobbie said, the photo collage is very nice Susan. Wednesday will be an emotional day for the whole family, but it's good to close the sadness and to keep Kayla in your hearts for ever. She was an exceptional wise and brave girl. I'm sure she has found rest and peace in Heaven and is watching over all of you.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry that I can't come, for reasons of distance. I think about Kayla a lot, and every time I'm being a wimp I think about how brave she was. I'll be thinking of you, and of Kayla on Wednesday

Penny Halston said...

The collage is beautiful. Kayla's memory will always be near. Your family will be in my thoughts on Wednesday, also.

poet said...

I, shall keep you in my thoughts on Wednesday, Susan. Kayla was an exceptional young woman, who faced life and hardship straight on. The photos are great. Her memory shall forever live in the hearts of your very strong family. take care. poet.

deni said...

I am sorry about Kayla, and I am sorry I haven't been around while you and your family have endured such loss.

Kayla was a bright shining light and she will live on.

I have moved back to Time to Tell,

I posted there, it does not excuse my absense but explains it.

Again, I am sorry, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.


Kathy said...

I wish I could come.

Hugs to you and your family, and to Kayla's family.

It breaks my heart, I'm just so sorry and I pray for the service to bring healing.

Walker said...

I wish I was there so I can come.
Sometimes living in a vast country as ours is a pain.
I have always kept her in my thoughts and always will as a symbol of strenth

Herman Verbrugge said...

I hope everything went well. Are you back at work now Susan?

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