Condolence: We have fond memories of Yvonne, as a fellow snowbird in Myrtle Beach, SC. She had a beautiful smile, and was a kind and beautiful person. May she rest in peace. Our deepest condolences to you, Gerry, and your family.
My heartfelt sympathy is extended to you at the passing of your dear wife and mother, Yvonne. I have many found memories of visiting and being with Bonnie on Major street at family gatherings. She was a kind, wonderful and a delightful person. God rest her soul. Iam sorry to inform you that my dear wife Lorraine died April 22, we were also married in 1960.
P.S. I was not aware that Jeanette had died. When did she pass? My prayers are with you and your family.
Condolence: Dear Gerry and family,
We are so sorry to hear about Yvonne passing on. She was truly a lovely and sweet person and may she Rest In Peace. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Gerry, it was so nice that Mike and I could sit with you and Yvonne for dinner at Jeanette and Nelson’s wedding. You are a real earth angel.
Our sincere condolences, love to all, Joan and Mike Roga and family
Condolence: The first time I met Yvonne, I realized who Lori got her beautiful smile and kind-hearted nature from... Her picture above is reminiscent of how beautiful Yvonne was, inside and out. She and Gerry made such a lovely couple and were always an absolute pleasure to be around!
I wish I could be there with you tomorrow, but please know you will all be in my thoughts. My sincere condolences to Gerry, Lori, Garry, Mike and your families for the loss of your beloved wife, mother, mother-in-law and grandmother.
May her memory always be with you.
Condolence: My sincere condolences to the Boland family. Mrs. Boland was the most friendliest neighbour on the block! She was beautiful, in every sense of the word. Always with this joyous smile and a loving mode of speaking and doing things that was hers alone. The most vivid memory I have, apart from a voice floating across our backyards when she would speak to a family member or call for a dog to come in, is her standing in our kitchen one afternoon. I see her face, her smile , the wonderful way she was interacting with my mom (patience was her virtue!) and I remember thinking what a truly beautiful person Mrs. Boland is. Though she isn't here with us anymore, she will live in all of our memories, in her teachings and in the love she shared with anyone she came into contact with. Good bye Mrs. Yvonne Boland. May peace be with you.
Condolence From: Terry and Carol Sullivan (Waterloo)
Condolence: Our deepest sympathies to you Garry and Angela and the whole Boland family. Your mother and family are in our hearts and prayers at this very sacred and holy time. May God bless you and comfort you all.
Condolence From: John Pendergast and Frank Pendergast
Condolence: I'm so saddened to hear about Yvonne's passing.
I have such fond memories of Yvonne Boland volunteering at St Francis grade school, Kitchener. She seemed to be on all of our school trips to Laurel Creek and we all loved Mrs. Boland.
I had the privilege to witness what a fine job Yvonne and Gerry did raising Garry who was, and is, a much-respected teacher and role model of the St. David Catholic Secondary community here in Waterloo.
We wish you comfort during this sorrowful time and Pendergast family prayers are with the family and friends of Yvonne as we mourn this wonderful lady.
Condolence: We want to send all of you our love and support through this difficult time.
Yvonne (she will always be Mrs Boland to me) was truly and simply a sweet, kind soul. I will forever remember her laugh, her smile and how she loved Mr Boland, Lori, Garry and Mike.
Condolence From: David and Joanne (LaFlamme) McKenzie
Condolence: Dearest Uncle Gerry, Garry, Lori, Michael and families,
None of us are going to have the memories of Auntie Yvonne that you do. But we do have memories of our families getting together and celebrating the joys of the LaFlamme kinship. Remembering family reunion picnics, visiting your home on Westmount Road and dancing to Uncle Gerry's piano music and Auntie Yvonne's smiling and welcoming embrace will stay with us all for a long time. As the last sibling of our Dad's family to move on we have planted a tree in the LaFlamme family memory. Let's think of the roots symbolizing each one of us touched by the gifts of love and life lessons left behind by Auntie Yvonne and her siblings. We are the roots of the tree--holding that precious DNA and imparting the very fibre of what makes us special to our offspring. Wherever we are, even when we can't come together--as roots of one tree we are all one. Know that we are with you and our hearts are full of love and support for you now and in the days to come. It is our deepest wish that Auntie Yvonne will rest peacefully. Thinking of you, Dave, Joanne, Christopher, Cameron and Fiona xoxox