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Mrs. Mary Irene Caldwell

Born October 8, 1916

Mary Irene Caldwell was born on October 8, 1916.

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Mrs. Mary Irene Caldwell

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Lucy Ichikawa

November 17, 2012

On behalf of the Wednesday Social Club for People with Disabilities, I send you our sympathy. She was a long time volunteer at the club. We all remember her as a gentle and kind woman whose presence made the club a warm welcoming place for everyone. This how some members remember her. "Irene was nice, helpful and playful" By May Ng - "Long time ago, Irene used to come to Douglas Park. I miss her." By Kay ko - "Irene, was the most kind hearted soft spoken person I have ever met! She always cared about everyone's feelings." By Caroline Bubas.

Kaye Atkinson

November 11, 2012

I knew Irene at Douglas Park Community Centre, she volunteered there for many years. Irene's loving presence and her ready smile were cherished by all.

Margaret, Scot.Julie Durward

November 11, 2012

Irene---such a special friend in our lives who brought us love and joy and peace. God bless you.

Pat Ailles

November 11, 2012

May the winds guide her safely to the love of those that have gone on ahead.Aunty Rene' Always with a smile on her face and love in her heart.

Lycia Trouton

November 10, 2012

Aunty Irene was always a kind, giving, warm person. Her home, in the early days with Uncle Will and son John and daughter Sharon, was also a place of solace and retreat for most of my childhood & young adult life - and later, in my mid-life -- afternoons over tea/coffee with son Robert. When I was young, I remember many days of Irene teaching me how to make crafts; as well there were special occasions, such as Boxing Days and her famous hostessing of a New Year's Day meal and her summertime Canadian Jello salads :) A caregiver to my sister, Konia, and I as new Irish/Ulster Scots-Canadian children and youth growing up in a new country - especially with her work in the Church. Irene and Sharon mentored me as a Sunday School Art teacher. Irene loved colour and knitting right up until The End. May God hold you in the palm of his hand.