Florrie Graham

January 3, 1919March 1, 2013

Florrie passed away from us. She was predeceased by her husband Fred and son John.

She was born in England and moved to Canada in 1951. She worked as a bookkeeper until her retirement. She led a full and happy life and will be missed by her family and friends.

She is survived by her children Rosemary (Murray), Patricia (John) and Robert (Leianne). She was always proud of her grandsons Ian, Neil, Graham, James, Fred and Adam. She delighted in her great grandchildren Robert, Cara, Nathan, Emma and Catherine.

We wish to thank the staff on Units 52 and 43 at the PLC for their loving care. A celebration of her life will be held at a future date when her family can be together.

Memorial tributes may be sent to charity of your choice.


  • Celebration of Life to be held at a later date

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Rosemary Heethuis

March 22, 2013

My friend Florrie, I was 1 of her caregivers. She was a very special lady, full of life and spunk. Never met a lady at the age she proudly reached, that still did as much as still possibly could. Every monday we went shopping at safeways and she did her shopping. Shestill cooked herself. Learned a lot from her. I truly do miss her.
I wish the family a the good memories and that they know that she loved each and every one of them.
Florrie, I will never forget you, you are with your boys again!

March 16, 2013

Florrie and Family:
You were my angel here on earth. From you I learned how to believe, hope and dream. The stars are shining brighter because of you. We love you.
Bunny and grandaughter Tait McLean.

Samantha Krewulak

March 14, 2013

Florrie was so cute and such a nice grandmother. She loved to discreetly stuff money into the kids' hands when they came to visit, including myself, and I was only a 'step-grand-daughter,' as my Mother married into the Graham family. I will always remember the sound of her voice and her English accent, her exquisite trifle, and her magical stories about fairies and the time she spent with her husband and children.
I feel very happy and lucky to have had her in my life for as long as I did.

Fran Vogel

March 10, 2013

Our Librarian and "Mother" to most of us at Legacy Estates. We will miss "OUR" Florrie. Her stories and Fun antics will be well remembered as well her thoughtfulness and caring. Rest in Peace Florrie.

Katie McLean

March 8, 2013

Florrie was my hospital roommate in early January. She kept me up at night with her antics (haha) but she was the best roommate I could have asked for. Florrie told me when she got to the hospital she was ready to go, but having the young people talk to her and take interest in her made her more positive and helped her to keep going. I am glad I got to be one of those young people. 75 year difference between us, and we still found things in common. Rest in Peace my deputy grandmother, I am so blessed to have met you.

March 6, 2013

To the family of the late Florrie Graham:
We always enjoyed our visits and conversations with Florrie. She was a very kind, considerate and loving person. She touched our lives in a very personal way. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time of sadness. Love and Blessings, Howard and Norma Watts