Dear Frank,Jennifer and Joanne,
It was with deep sadness that I heard of Jean's passing. Although we haven't been in touch, probably due to all the moving we have done, I have always thought of Jean as a dear friend. She was one of the first people I met on the street when we moved to Oakville in 1973. During the eight years we were there
your whole family were wonderful friends to us and I have many fond memories of those years. Jean was always fun, kind, positive and supportive and from my perspective, a wonderful mother. A role model I always admired and tried to emulate. I always felt that you were lucky girls in the parents you were blessed with.
I'm sure you are left with a great rift in your lives but many wonderful memories.
My deepest sympathy to all of you. Judy
Dear Frank and family,
Not sure if you remember me and our family from Oakville , but Jean and I worked together at Oakville Trafalgar and remember times we gathered for coffees and the odd BBQ ! Our kids knew each other from the neighbourhood too.
Jean was a good friend over our Oakville time and was always welcoming and enjoyable to spend anytime with.
Please accept our condolences on your loss...and remember when someone you love becomes a memory the memory becomes a treasure..
I still live in Calgary after leaving Oakville , the three Strocher boys are in different cities, Greg lives in Vancouver, Mark is here in Calgary and Derek is in Washington D.C.
With heartfelt Sympathy.
My fondest memories of Aunt Jean was when she came to visit in Kirkland Lake . With much anticipation I awaited her arrival knowing that good times were to come. She made 34 Wood St come alive with laughter and many people came to see her. Aunt Jean was a sociable, vivacious person who made everyone she met feel special. She was also a great cook!. She gave me wonderful childhood memories which I will treasure.. Although it is with great sadness that I mourn her loss, she will not not be forgotten.. My sincere condolences Sandra