I am so sorry to hear the passing of Lorna. Kathy and I knew Lorna for a few years and she was always such an inspiration. I kept contact with Lorna helping her in little repairs on her home or going to Dairy Queen for an ice cream. My condolences to the family. Ray and Kathy
As Lorna would say...damn. Very sorry for your loss, she was truly one of the good ones. I have fond memories of playing cards together and was very sorry to have lost touch in the later years. When we finally reconnected, it was as though we hadn't missed a day. Lorna welcomed my wife and daughter as if they were her own family, and there was genuine love shared between all of us. Lorna's spirit will live on and we will not forget the times we had together. Love and lollipops to you Lorna.
Hi David, Don and Mickey; My earliest memory of Lorna is from around 35 years ago and going to her house on the Kooteney for ginger snaps. For most of my life, hers were the standard by which a ginger snap would be judged! Later in Kelowna, she introduced me to Uno, Scrabble and taught me the trick of multiplying by 11. For a long time Lorna was the only 'Grandma' I had left. She will be missed. Take care of yourselves and each other. Ryan Mouck
Don I am truly sorry about the death of your Mom.I remember how important your family was to you and would hear many great stories of your Mom. You have so many great memories keep them in your heart today and always.May your son play a song for her. Thinking of you and your family sincerely send my condolances Sandy Lee now Sandy Poulton