Sylvia Brett

27 July , 19359 April , 2019

Sylvia Brett was born on 27 July , 1935 and passed away on 9 April , 2019.


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Frank and Sheila Rigby

14 April 2019

If the entire family will follow the love and caring that Sylvia showed on earth, you will always have a well marked path to support you through your life ahead. Blessings and happiness in your new journey Sylvia.

Denis Poelzer

13 April 2019

Sylvia, I am fortunate to get to see the legacy you left in the strong, smart, independent women you inspired in Kimberley everyday. Kim, Kari, Amanda and Ali all shine your light of love, laugh and enjoying life to the fullest. I will think of you often. Whenever I hear singing at the Shuswap or a genuine laugh in the distance I will remember that you have lived a life full of love and light.

Maureen MacDonald

13 April 2019

To the family of Sylvia (Roman) Brett,
I was a LPN @ RIH in the early 1970’s. Your Mom was the Head Nurse on 1 West then & ran a very efficient ward. She may have been small but she was mighty. I always respected & admired her.
My deepest sympathy to the family on the loss of such a remarkable lady.
xo Maureen (Gelowitz) MacDonald

Wendy Hubbard

13 April 2019

I have fond memories of spending time with the family at Shuswap lake tearing up the dirt roads on mini bikes. Your home was my second home and you always made me feel part of the family. All my love and prayers are with Kim and Keri.

Kari Wheatley

12 April 2019

Oh My Momma....Where do I begin, how do I end? You were the kindest soul I have ever known, and you taught me so very much. You always welcomed me into your warm bed and allowed me to cuddle right up to ease my fears. And always did we snuggle on the couch after a long day of your nursing. You taught me compassion, loyalty and how to become a good mother myself. You supported every decision I ever made, even though you knew it sometimes wasn't the best one for me. You allowed us pets, and ensured we spent time with our Grandparents and relatives. You sang at the top of your voice and always laughed with your whole big heart. You were never harsh and I felt warm and safe with you my entire life. Thank you for always loving me, and my girls and grandsons. You were the most amazing Baba ever. You lost so much in recent years, and through it all you maintained such grace, always smiling and continued to laugh. Now you are free Mom, to walk and talk and eat anything you want. Pirogies for sure! I miss you already and will love you forever. Your loving littlest daughter, Kari. Do not gently into that good night...