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HORI, Caroline Aiko

1916 – 2014

Caroline Aiko Hori (Kobayashi) passed away peacefully on March 16th. at Southwood Hospice in Calgary, Alberta.

She was 97 years of age and will be sadly missed by her husband, Peter, daughter ,Rose, son-in-law, Doug and many family members in Calgary and across Canada.

She was born and raised in the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia along with six siblings, 3 who have predeceased her; brothers; Tony, Hiroshi and sister, Yosh. Surviving siblings include sisters Sachiyo and Susan as well as brother, Osam.

No matter what she did she worked hard whether it be picking fruit in her parent’s orchard, running a small grocery store or working as a seamstress. She excelled in whatever she did be it cooking, gardening or golfing. She is the only one in the family who ever got a hole-in-one. She was a member of the Calgary Japanese Kotoboki Club and enjoyed the meetings and activities and getting together with her family members and friends. As per her wishes there will be no services. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to a charity of one’s choice. No koden. Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com.

In living memory of Caroline Hori, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES Park Memorial Chapel, 5008 ELBOW DRIVE S.W. Calgary, AB, T2S 2L5, Telephone: 403-243-8200.

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  1. Ted and Sharon Hope, Sachiyo Koyama :

    Dear Rose, Doug, and Uncle Hedi
    We are saddened by Auntie Aiko’s passing. Our thoughts are with you in this really hard time. I have spent the last few days remembering what a great lady she was and how missed she will be. Mom (Sachiyo), is sad, finding it hard to believe that she is gone, but passes on to you her deepest sympathies. She very much lives in the days gone by right now, and finds it hard to believe that any of her siblings have passed on.
    I especially feel your pain, Rose, it is hard to be an only child at this time. I am glad you have Brenda to talk to and support you, as it is difficult to go through this journey and bear the weight alone. I appreciate the support of my cousins!
    May happy memories of your Mom help you!
    Please keep in touch,
    Love Ted and Sharon and Auntie Sachiyo.

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  2. Lynn Kobayashi :

    To Peter, Rosie & Doug.
    I wish to send my sincere condolences to you all.
    I have special memories of Aiko as we would visit when my parents ( Matt & Jean Kobayashi. ) would be in Calgary. We always enjoyed great meals together. She always had a project on the go. I especially remember the origami she did. I couldn’t believe how she was able to fold such small pieces and assemble them together to make such intricate designs.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Love Lynn Kobayashi

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  3. Jeanette Mende and Bob Snowdon :

    Dear Rose, Doug and Uncle Hedi,
    Our sincerest condolences on the passing of your mom. I will always remember Auntie Aiko as such a full of life lady and mom’s best chat buddy. There were occasions when I was home when your mom and dad would be visiting the Okanagan. It was hilarious to be woken up at 3:00 in the morning to hear your mom and my mom sitting in the family room yakking away, giggling like girls! She always had so many stories to tell, it was always such a great time visiting with her.
    Thinking of you at this sad time.
    Love Jeanette and Bob

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  4. Tom, Margaret and Samantha Kobayashi :

    Dear Rosie, Doug and Uncle Peter,

    We were very sad to hear the news of Auntie Aiko’s passing and wish to express our deepest sympathies and condolences for your loss.

    Take care.

    Love,
    Tom, Margaret and Samantha Kobayashi
    Georgetown, Ontario

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  5. Jean Ayako Kobayashi :

    To: Mr. Peter Hori & Family:

    Our heartfelt condolences and sympathy on the passing of your dear wife Aiko. It has been many years since we saw you, but I still remember the Hori’s from the 400 block of Powell Street.

    Jean Ayako Kobayashi and Family

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