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DOHERTY, Louise Benedicta (nee Burt)

November 3, 1955 – January 24, 2013

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our beautiful wife and mother, Louise. After her second courageous and fearless battle with cancer, she went peacefully to be with her Lord on January 24, 2013.

The second daughter of John and Therese Burt, Louise grew up in a Catholic family with three brothers and one sister in East York, Toronto, ON. In Toronto Louise attended Notre Dame High School, a Catholic all-girls school, where she excelled. Besides academics, Louise joined the band, played basketball, and acted as head prefect in her senior year. It was at Notre Dame where Louise developed her sense of service and interest in promoting Catholic education. Following high school, she obtained her B.A. from University of Toronto, followed by a B.Ed. from the University of Windsor. In 1977 Louise married her best friend, Brian, and in 1980, the pair moved to Calgary where Louise secured a position with the Calgary Catholic School District. At CCSD, Louise cultivated a reputation for excellence and displayed great dedication to her students. In the late 80s and early 90s, Louise and Brian welcomed three children: Elise, Amanda, and Sean. Some of Louise’s other achievements and activities include: obtaining a Masters in Administration and Curriculum from Gonzaga University, serving as a board member for the Children’s Link Society from 1999-2011, volunteering for the Visiting Bands Committee for the Calgary Stampede, and acting as editor for the religious journal, Embrace the Spirit. As a teacher, vice principal, wife, mother, daughter, sister, and friend, Louise displayed tremendous determination and spirit. She was a giving and charitable soul who lived her faith and took great pride in assisting the less fortunate.

Louise will be forever loved by her husband, Brian; children, Elise (Kevin), Amanda, and Sean; parents, John and Therese; siblings, John (Melba), Margaret, Edmund (Rose), and Christopher (Nancy); siblings-in-law; nieces; nephews; cousins; friends; and the Calgary Catholic School District community.

A funeral mass will be concelebrated at St. Albert the Great Parish (10 Prestwick Drive S.E.) on Saturday, February 9, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. Forward condolences through www.mcinnisandholloway.com. Memorial donations may be made directly to the Children’s Link Society, Suite 245, 720 – 28th Street N.E, Calgary, Alberta T2A 6R3. A special thank you to Louise’s dear friends and family for their support over the past year and to the staff of both the Tom Baker Cancer Centre and of Southwood Hospice.

“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.”

In living memory of Louise Doherty, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Fish Creek Chapel, 14441 BANNISTER ROAD S.E. Telephone: (403) 256-9575.

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  1. Guy and Dominique :

    Dear Brian,
    We are so sad to hear of Louise’s passing. She lived her life to the fullest and worked so hard at the profession she loved, teaching. We consider ourselves blessed to have known her. Please know that our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.
    Guy and Dominique

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  2. Linda Manwarren :

    It is with sadness I learned of Louise’s passing. I remember her joy in life and sense of fun, her caring and giving nature and commitment to every task she undertook. May she rest in peace.

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  3. Karen and Jeff Robson :

    No words can convey the heartfelt sadness for your loss. You are all in our thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time.

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  4. So sorry to hear of Louise’s death. She was a dedicated educator and a wonderful colleague. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  5. Was shocked to hear so suddenly of Louise’s death. She sure was a devoted mother and wife. I was so proud to be her Auntie and loved her with all my heart. Can’t believe that she passed away so quickly. My prayers will be with her and I know that she will be praying for all the family that she loved so much. So, do not grieve as she is in the arms of Jesus.

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  6. Linda, Kathryn, Danny & Matthew Weiss :

    Dear Brian, Elise, Amanda & Sean,
    We are so very sorry to hear of Louise’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

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  7. To Brian, Elise, Amanda and Sean, please accept my deepest condolences on the loss of Louise. She was so full of wonderful energy and kindness. It was so important for me that she was at my wedding and then to have Elise there too was just the best. I will really miss Louise as she made me feel so welcome and taught me about my family. Many people will miss her for all that she did for them.
    God bless and take care, Moira and Ken

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  8. Zeno and Mary-Ann Bereznicki :

    Dear Brian and Family:
    We are sorry to hear about passing of Louise, a dedicated mother and a supporting wife. God bless you and the family and may your faith guide your future.
    Zeno and Mary-Ann

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  9. Brian and family,
    I was saddened to hear of Louise’s passing. She was an amazing and genuine woman; she will be missed.
    Lorna Selig, The Children’s Link Society

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  10. My condolences goes out to you all. Praying for your family at this time.

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  11. So sorry to hear of Louise’s passing. I will always remember her terrific smile. My prayers are with your family.
    – Gloria

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  12. Richard Campbell :

    Dear Brian and Family
    I had the great pleasure of working with Louise at Don Bosco school. She was the heart and soul. A tremendous leader who brought out the best in all of us. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

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  13. Fiorina Esposito :

    What a pleasure it was to be in the company of Louise. I always felt lighter around her so classy, funny and loving. She made the world a better place and me a better person. I was lucky to have known her and can’t express how much I’ll miss her. My thoughts and prayers are with the family during this difficult period. You (we) now have an angel smiling down on us.

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  14. Danette Crawford :

    Louise was a beautiful person who touched many many lives. She will be missed. Don’t cry with sorrow but celebrate her life.

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  15. Bev Kindrasky :

    Brian, I am so sorry to hear of Louise’s passing. I worked with her at 2 different schools and had been looking forward to working with her and Maureen again at Don Bosco when Louise found out about her cancer. Whenever anyone got together with Louise there was always a lot of laughter. She saw the funnier side of life. I’ll bet she has sure livened up heaven and has redecorated God’s den and the women’s washroom. After the sadness abates you will have so many wonderful memories to laugh about. She has been greatly missed by all of us who taught with her.

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  16. Louise was an out-going, caring, fun and beautiful lady! I’ve only worked with her for about two months but I will always remember her as the one who hired me to work in my first school with the District. My thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends. God bless.

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  17. Kate Mortimer :

    Dear Brian, Elise, Sean and Amanda,
    It is hard to find the words to express what a great loss it is with Louise’s passing. She was such a beautiful person with the most gracious soul. She always went the distance willingly and it was truly a honour to work by her side. Louise had such a wonderful sense of humour, generousity that had no bounds and a love of life that was especially contagious. She was and forever will be my hero.

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  18. Christine Louie :

    Dear Brian and Family,
    I want to express my deep and sincere condolences to you. I knew Louise through my role as Consultant, RE & Family Life for CCSD. Louise was such a lovely person to work with. Her dedication to her family and to the students and staff of her school community was immense and clearly evident in every conversation we had. Louise’s Faith was at the core of all of her actions and interactions. She was such a wonderful role model and I feel so blessed to have known her. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you now and in the days to come.
    Blessings, Christine Louie

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  19. Beverley Havery :

    I worked with Louise for one year at St. Sebastian. Louise would always light up a room when she walked into it. Her contagious smile and upbeat positive attitude will always be my favorite memory of her. My condolences and prayers are with your family.

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  20. Words are hard to find right now. We went through a horrible disaster in 2011. We lost our home to fire in Slave Lake. Louise stepped up and organized a drive for us to help replace our lives. We are forever grateful for this and for all of her co-worker’s who assisted. I last saw Louise at my Sister’s wedding in July 2012, she told me at the time that she was stage 4. As always with Louise she accepted this with grace and dignity. We will miss you Louise. I know you have new challenges that await you. God Speed my Cousin and Friend.

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  21. Dear Brian, Elise, Sean and Amanda,
    The world is a much sadder place with the loss of such a beautiful soul. My thoughts and prayers are with you all, God Bless!

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  22. Suzann Doherty and family :

    Hi Brian and Family,
    My thoughts are with you in this difficult time. You came to share my grief when Robbie died. I wish I could offer you the same comfort. I will be with you in spirit and have you in my prayers. Please take care.

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  23. I’m so sad for each and every one of you. I unfortunately know all too well the pain of losing someone so close to you. I didn’t have the extreme pleasure of knowing my cousin Louise very well but I know my dad loved and respected her tremendously and always spoke very highly of her. Just this past Christmas I came across an old postcard Louise sent my dad shortly after he had been out west to visit your family and I was overcome with warmth and love simply from the sweet words she wrote to him. May God give you strength and may intimate, loving memories comfort you. Heaven is certainly brighter now. Say hi to dad for me sweet Louise.
    With heartfelt sympathy, Alisha xoxo

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  24. Brian, Elise, Amanda and Sean,
    I am so sorry. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I feel blessed to have worked with Louise and when I first knew her as Amanda’s mom. May God bless.

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  25. So very sorry for your loss. I went to Notre Dame with Louise and remember her as nice girl. We all had fun times back then. God Rest her Soul.

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  26. Simon Giguere :

    Hi Brian,
    It is with great sadness that I learned the passing of Louise. I wanted to offer you and the family my, and Shelly’s, condolences. We all loved Louise and loved being around her. What a great and special person she is.
    I did not know her cancer had come back, I was sadened to hear that, but I was not surprised to learn that Louise battled hard. I wish I was in Calgary right now. Just want you to know that we think of you and Louise, me and Shelly. Louise may be gone from earth but she is nearby. Condolences again in this hard time.
    Simon

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  27. Deb Sharp (Shepherd) :

    Dear Brian and family,
    I was stunned to see that our Louise had gone on ahead. I remember her young and bouncy at St. Cyril and in control and determined at Holy Cross. I always admired her. Keep the good memories close to help you through this difficult time.
    Deb- a fellow teacher

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  28. Liz and Brian Hill :

    Dear Brian and family,
    Louise was a very wonderful person. She lite up a room when she walked in and made all of us laugh with her incredible sense of humor. Her willingness to always help others was a gift. She will be greatly missed. Our condolences to all of you.

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  29. Brian and Family,
    Jenn and I are very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with and for you at this time.
    Brent

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  30. Elizabeth Grill :

    Louise was such a wonderful person. I knew her to be a very faith filled and caring person. She encouraged me in my career in adminstration. I benefitted many times from the beautiful liturgies that she prepared. I am very sorry for your loss, it is a loss felt throughout the Calgary Catholic School District. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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  31. Colleen Williscroft Way :

    Dear Brian and extended family,
    I too had the pleasure of working with Louise at Father Whelihan and she was the best organizer I ever met. She did so much for the school but went way and beyond when she orchestrated my retirement party including bringing a rather large gazebo from her own backyard! I remember her fondly as a lady with guts and pizzazz. The angels are smiling for you Louise. God bless all the family at this sad time in your lives.

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  32. Brian, I am deeply saddened to hear of Louise’s passing. All of us involved with the Children’s Link Society greatly respected Louise for her courage of conviction, common sense and warm heart. My thoughts and prayers are with your family and you at this time.
    Scott

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  33. I was fortunate enough to work with Louise during my first year with CSSD at St. Clement in ’97. Her energy and passion was inspiring and she reminded me of Wonder Woman! I learned so much from Louise that year and she was so willing to help me and mentor me. I will be forever grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from a great educator and a better person. God Bless you and your family Louise; we were all blessed to have shared time with you on this earth.

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  34. Anna Di Giacomo :

    My prayers and thoughts are with you!

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  35. Katherine Zabaneh (Barnett) :

    “God understood our thirst for
    knowledge, and our need to be led
    by someone wiser;
    He needed a heart of compassion,
    of encouragement, and patience;
    Someone who would accept
    the challenge regardless of the
    opposition;
    Someone who could see potential
    and believe in the best in others…
    So He made Teachers – He made Mrs. Doherty.”
    Louise taught me fourth grade at St.Cyril over 25 years ago. I still have many cherished memories of her in my heart. My prayers are with her family and friends during this time of loss.

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  36. Andrew, Christine and Neisha :

    Words fail us. We loved Louise deeply. Her generousity was overwhelming. We will miss her so much.

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  37. Marie and Chic Paolini :

    Dear Brian and Family,

    I recently heard about the death of Louise. It took me by surprise, and I felt my heart sink to the bottom of my stomach. She was a colleague and and friend, and yes, all that knew Louise could not help but love her. She shared her strong spirituality,and joy of life.
    Her dynamic personality of caring, sharing herself with others, influenced us to be a better teacher, friend, and a better person.

    Louise is now a Saint in heaven. In honour of her memory, I will pray often for her intercession for peace. Especially in our families, for our youth, aur schools, our Parishes, and the whole world. Because of her, the Holy Spirit and Heavenly Mother will bless all of you and all of us that knew her.

    Thank you Louise. We miss you.
    Chic

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  38. Heather Fawcett :

    I wanted to express my condolences on the passing of Mrs. Doherty. She was my 4th grade teacher at St. Cyril Elementary School. I remember she was so beautiful and kind. She was my favorite teacher and because of her, I became a teacher. She will always hold a special place in my heart.

    Heather

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  39. Dear Brian and family,
    I too was fortunate enough to work with Louise at Father Doucet. What a joyful and caring person we have lost. She touched the hearts and lives of everyone she met.
    We miss you, Louise. Thank you so much for your kindness, inspiration,and fun.

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  40. Bob & Agnes Martin :

    It is with great sadness that we heard of the premature passing of our great friend and much loved Louise. We had been thinking a lot of her in the pass few months and we had been wondering how you were both doing since we hadn’t seen you in a while. We did not know that Louise’s cancer had returned. Louise was a very compassionate person and a real lady. She will be sorrily missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and all your family at this most sorrowful time.

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  41. Brenda Arseneault & Peter Ciavarella :

    Dear Brian and Family

    With our deepest condolences to you and your family. Louise was a lady who lived well and was a light to all who met her..may her light shine on in our hearts forever and may God give you strength for the journey.

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  42. To the Doherty & Burt Family;
    Condolences from the ‘Duggan’ family in Ontario. I remember well a few summers ago when you rented a house in Wasaga Beach. Louise was so kind to invite me over for a coffee and wonderful visit with her and her Mom & Dad. She was very hospitable!
    My sympathy in the passing of this distant but dear cousin.

    Shirley & John Cook

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  43. Helen & Ken Beckie :

    Dear Brian and children, Elise, Amanda and Sean.
    We are saddened by the loss of your dear wife and mother. Our hearts and prayers are with you at this time. If there is anything we can do for you, we are here. With love and prayers, Helen and Ken Beckie

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  44. Dick and Elinore Van der Vechte :

    To all Louise’s family, John and Therese and family, our deepest sympathies at your loss. God has called a faithful daughter home. May she rest in peace.

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  45. Dear Brian and Family,
    Louise had an infectious smile and always made me feel so welcome.Sharon and I are so sorry for your loss.

    Andy and Sharon Fahey

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  46. To All of Louise’s family. I was saddened to hear about Louis’s passing. I was a student of hers when I was in the 4th grade at Don Bosco School. I always enjoyed her class. She will be missed.

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  47. Gerard and Celia Carlier Logan :

    Dear Brian and family,
    Celia and I are so sorry for your loss.We have beautiful memories of Louise with her positive energy and joie de vivre. We enjoyed meeting her through the Stampede in the summer 2 years ago and have fond memories of the BBQ with the Bagad at our place and charming dinner at your place. She was truly a wonderful person and will be missed.

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  48. Fiona G. McLean :

    Dear Brian & family –

    It was with the greatest of sadness, shock and surprise that I recently learned of Louise’s passing from cancer.
    It seems like only yesterday that I saw and spoke with her in Mess, her usual vivacious and gracious demeanor ever present.
    Louise was one of the truly lovely people in the world, Brian, and while I know that words cannot ever adequately express the extent of her loss to you, her family, and to those of us who knew her, please know that she is one person in the world who will be sorely missed by all of us.

    Yours in sympathy,

    Fiona

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  49. Dr. Susan Kinnie :

    It is with a sad heart that I learned of Louise’s passing. Just wanted to let you know that I always enjoyed Louise’s visits to the office, she was always so upbeat and positive even in the face of very difficult health issues. I will remember her positivity, and her friendly manner. No doubt she has left such and amazing lasting impact on her friends, colleagues, students and family. My heart and prayers go out to you all.
    Dr. Susan Kinnie

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  50. Dear Brian and family,
    My sincere sympathy to all of you at this difficult time. Louise will always be remembered for her unique personality and warmth that continually radiated from her . May God comfort you with her wonderful love. Marie

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  51. Anne-Marie Hynes :

    Dear Brian and family,
    My heartfelt condolences to you and your family. Louise will be remembered as a beautiful, compassionate lady. I knew her as a colleague and as a treasured friend. She will be missed by all but will remain an inspiration to us. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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  52. David and Cindy Johnson and kids :

    Dear Brian, Elise, Amanda and Sean,
    Indeed, our hearts are heavy in learning of Louise’s passing. We remember Louise as a very effective and professional administrator at Father Whelihan School. We will miss seeing Louise serve as a dedicated Eucharistic Minister at St. Patrick’s Parish. We offer our prayers and condolences to you and your entire family at this sorrowful time.

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  53. Dear Brian and Family:
    On behalf of my family I would like to offer our sincere sympathy on the loss of the wonderful person that Louise was. We are one of the lucky and thankful families that had the priviledge of having “Mrs. Doherty” for Grade 4 at St. Cyril. As parents of Todd, Chad and Jeffrey Niehaus I can asssure you that she made a difference in our lives. With love and prayers know that your darling has eternal peace and happiness.

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  54. Nels and Dora Carlson :

    Our sincere condolences to the entire family. We pray that the days ahead will be filled with many warm loving memories of your happy times spent together with Louise. Her contributions to family and community are truly something for you all to be proud of.
    Kind regards, Nels and Dora

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  55. Emily and Andrew :

    Dear Elise, Kevin, Amanda, Sean and Mr. Doherty,
    We are so sad and heartbroken that you lost such a vivacious, vibrant and awesome mom, wife and friend. We will always remember the delicious food she prepared for us whenever we came over, when we went boating with you guys and how she remembered to think of us always. She was a strong, beautiful woman. You are all in our thoughts, we love you guys.

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  56. Dear Brian and family,
    I was so sorry to hear about Louise. I worked with her for two years at Father Doucet as a partner teacher of our Grade 4 class and as a partner music teacher. She was always so full of life and always willing to help others. She was a true inspiration to all. May God grant all of you with peace, strength, comfort and most of all love!

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  57. Dear Brian and family,
    We are saddened by Louise’s passing and we keep you in our prayers. God bless you.

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  58. Christine (Puddister) Snider :

    Very sorry to hear about Louise’s passing. We attended Notre Dame; Class of 73′ We were in the band together and l remember her playing the drums, cymbals, and triangle, followed by a big smile…Rest in Peace

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  59. Your Louise was Mrs Doherty to me. She taught me grade 4 at St Cyril’s in 1980. She was my favorite teacher of all and I will always remember her fondly. Teachers have a opportunity to make a difference and I can say she truly made a difference in mine. Peace be with you all.

    Ross Piche

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  60. rosemarie goerlitz :

    We were all blessed to know and love Louise. She will forever be in our hearts and she is missed beyond words. There is definitely a new angel in the heavens and we can pray to our new guardian angel. God Bless all of you and keep you strong to support each other.
    love, Rosemarie and Armond

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  61. Elizabeth Atkinson :

    Dear Brian, Elise, Amanda, and Sean,
    We are so shocked and sad to hear of Louise’s passing. I always admired her faith, upbeat personality and zest for life. Our thoughts are with you, at such a difficult time, losing both your wife/mother and father/grandfather in such a short time. We will miss her, and I wish we were in country to honour her better.
    Betty and Mike

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  62. Louise was one of the first teachers I became friends with when I came to Canada from England and got a job at St. Cyril’s 30 years ago. Many new teachers started that year, and we had a wonderful few years, with lots of laughs and great memories. Through the ensuing years I always kept in touch with Louise and enjoyed her company, whether in school or out of it. She was so sunny and so energetic; always full of fun, energy and new ideas. I was so looking forward to when we both retired, for I knew that she would be the one to lead new adventures and continue to seek new experiences and good times. She was an extraordinary person, who inspired the best in everyone around her, and I will miss her dearly.
    Rest in peace, dear friend, but enjoy your heavenly reward, for you deserve it. Know that you were dearly loved in life.

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  63. Brian and family,
    I would like to offer you my most sincere sympathy at this time. Louise truly was an angel that walked among us. Her smile was most contagious and she had a warm, gentle love that beamed from her beautiful eyes. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

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  64. Cathy,Lorene Farley or 168 Gamble Avenue, Toronto :

    To the Doherty and Burt Families

    Heartfelt condolences So very sad to hear of Louise’s passing. Had not seen her in many years but this brought back so many wonderful memories of our childhood with John, Peggy, Eddie & Christopher out in the backyard on Gamble as children. With Sincere Sympathy our thoughts and prayers are with you
    The Farley’s from 168 Gamble Avenue

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  65. Kevin and Katie Christie :

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time.

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