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Lori Belair

July 8, 1962 – October 8, 2017

It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Lori Belair. We are heartbroken to lose such a wonderful wife, mother, daughter, sister, librarian and athlete.

She leaves behind her husband Michael, sons Eric, Craig and Mark; parents Valerie and the late Larry Thielen; siblings James, Michelle and Natalie.

Lori preached love and kindness and exuded it wherever she went, whether at work as a school librarian at Don Bosco School with “her kids”, at home with her family, running through Fish Creek Park, playing soccer, cycling, golfing or coaching. She had a child like awe that inspired those around her. A perfect day for Lori included a crossword puzzle, a bike ride, a walk in the park, and finishing the evening with some refreshments and a book. She will be sorely missed by her family and her many many friends.

A Funeral Service will be held at St. Bonaventure Catholic Church (1600 Acadia Drive S.E.) on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 1:00 pm. Reception to follow at the church. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made directly to KidSport Canada – Alberta, Box 36107, Lakeview RPO, Calgary, AB T3E 7C6 Telephone: 1-(888) 91-4kids or (403) 217-3761, www.kidsportcanada.ca.Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com.

In living memory of Lori Belair, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Fish Creek, 14441 Bannister Road S.E., Calgary, AB Telephone: 403-256-9575.

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  1. Emm Bertamini :

    Mike, Eric, Craig and Mark,
    I am so sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Lori. It was such a shock and such a loss for someone so young that had such a passion for life. Your words describe her perfectly “love & kindness” all the way. She touched on so many peoples lives especially the kids at school which I’m sure loved her classes especially the “nature table”. I have so many fond memories that Bert, myself and the girls will treasure so much. My heart breaks for you all as I know there will forever be a void now that Lori has passed. I hope she’s up there blowing with the wind and making snow angels in the sky. Love you Lori RIP xxxx

    Emma Bertamini

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  2. Markus Hindemith :

    Words cannot possibly express the loss you and the boys must be feeling. Know that we send our prayers and thoughts to you all.

    Markus and Kathryn

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  3. Mike, I’m so sorry to hear about Laurie. Our thoughts are with you and your family. Let me know if there is anything I can do.

    Greta and Al

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  4. Jennifer Hawley :

    Mike, Eric, Craig and Mark: I am so very sorry for your sudden loss. I have so many fond memories of time spent building haunted houses in your basement and holiday and birthday gatherings. My heart aches for you. Words are simply not enough.

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  5. Mike, Sue and I are so shocked by the loss of Lori. Sue mentioned how much fun the four of us had at Fairmont and doing cartwheels on the golf course. We will miss Lori.
    If we can do anything, let us know.

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  6. Enid Tkachenko :

    Mike and boys we were so shocked to hear of Lori’s passing. She will always be remembered fondly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
    Tony, Erni, and Justin Tkachenko

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  7. Jacqueline Kavanagh :

    Still trying to wrap my head around hearing of Lori’s passing, a big shock. I had the greatest pleasure working with her back in our Holy Redeemer school days. We spent many hours discussing books, our children, our pets, soccer and the outdoors. She was a great friend and I will continue to hold these fond memories close to my heart always. My deepest and heartfelt condolences go out to her boys and husband. Much love always Lori and yes I’m still reading every single day!

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  8. Michelle so sorry to hear about Lori, she was just In the office and was looking good, and ready to go back to school! We always talked about her HBP and how it wasn’t fair that she was so fit and had it, and I’m not fit, and didn’t have it! This is a good reminder to live every day the best way you can, because there are no guarantees for tomorrow! Thinking of you all.

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  9. Christine Cook :

    Words cannot express how sorry I am to hear of Lori’s passing. I will miss meeting up with her and the pugs at the dog park in
    Deerrun. We often talked about the boys (Mark and Harry Willis) U16 Provincial finals road trip to Edmonton. She will always be remembered by her love of life and smile.

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  10. Kathy & Gord Keirstead :

    Can’t tell you how heart broken we are over Lori’s sudden passing. Such a heart of gold, never met her with out sharing a hug! Many years of playing soccer together on Magic, walks on the off lead with the dogs, the”Queen” of our book club. Is there a book she hasn’t read! So many great memories. Our thoughts are with you!
    Kathy & Gord Keirstead & Cooper!

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  11. Angela Astorino :

    I am so sad to hear of Lori’s passing. I had the pleasure of working with Lori at Holy Redeemer, and she could always put a smile on my face. She was so kind and had a sense of humor that would brighten my day. It was a blessing to have known such a wonderful person. My prayers go out to her family.

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  12. Cheryl Mattinson :

    I am so sorry to hear of Lori’s passing. I only worked with her for a short while but she always brought a smile to my face and everyone around her. My condolences to her family.

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  13. So sorry to hear of Lori’s passing. I have played a few rounds of golf with Lori with our mutual friends Zora and Jan. Most recently Lori and I went to the CP Womens Open in Priddis in August of 2016 and we had a great day. My condolences to Mike and the boys. Rest in Peace Lori.

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  14. Lori was such an energy of her own that will never be duplicated and will be sorely missed. Dave & I are deeply saddened by your loss.

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  15. I played soccer with Lori for years. We then morphed into golf and book club. Lori was fierce in every aspect of her life. We had an event at a pub and I had a friend with me that had joined our team. Lori went up to my friend and threatened her with bodily harm if she hurt me. That was Lori, she was the original Mama Bear! I miss her dearly.

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  16. Brian and Dale McCarthy :

    Dear Belair Family,
    We were shocked to hear of Lori’s sudden death and wish to pass along our deepest and most sincere condolences. Lori possessed unbridled interest and passion for others – something the world needs more of. She will be sadly missed, but very lovingly remembered. Brian and Dale McCarthy

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  17. My sincerest condolences to you all. May you find strength in each other and the many great memories shared together. I, like so many others, have had the great pleasure of having Lori in my life. She was always happy, smiling, giving me a good bit of advice, and a good laugh, to name a few. Lori always took the time to chat with my kids too, whenever she had the chance. Her kind and easy nature is a good example for all of us! I will surely miss seeing her smiling face, but will smile with each good memory that I shared with her.

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  18. Michele Broadhurst :

    Mike, we are so sorry for your loss. Our deepest sympathies to you and your family. We’ll always think of her on Deersaxon Circle, going for her walks. May you find comfort in the support of friends and family and in your many happy memories of her.

    Michele and Tony Broadhurst

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  19. Peter and Risa Grime :

    Mike, so very sorry to hear about Lori. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this terribly sad time.

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  20. I’m sending my sincere condolences to the Belair family. Lori was such a special person; I’m so grateful that I got to know her through soccer. How could you not love Lori? Her life energy, enthusiasm, generosity, wit, and joy were absolutely infectious. My life is better for knowing her. God bless.

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  21. Susan McDougall :

    Dear Mike and family,
    I was so very sorry to hear of the recent passing of Lori! I had the pleasure of meeting Lori when I joined the Trappers several years back. She was always so friendly and welcoming. I will always remember her smile and how she seemed genuinely interested in others. She was a great friend to many and will be missed dearly. My thoughts and prayers are with you all!

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  22. Dear Mark and family,
    I’m so sorry to hear of Lori’s passing. Lori will always be with me in my memories (albeit old memories) of her as our soccer coach, a happy and familiar face in the neighbourhood doing census, working at the voting stations, or walking your old pup. My thoughts are with you all, Lori will be greatly missed.

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  23. Connie Schwieder :

    What a heartbreaking LOSS! I am so very sorry for your family. We will keep you and yours in our thoughts and prayers.

    Connie Schwieder

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  24. Kristl Wilberger :

    I was shocked and so saddened to hear of Lori’s passing. She was a remarkable lady and dear friend on all levels. I had an opportunity to work and “play” with Lori at Holy Redeemer School. We shared so much laughter. She knew every student like the back of her hand. She knew exactly which books would be of interest to each and every student. It was thanks to her efforts that my son became a voracious reader. I will miss her spirit and love of life. Hugs and much love, Kristl

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  25. Jenica Gunhold :

    I always thought Lori’s competitions were so funny. She made everything and anything into a competition, even if it made no sense. I’m talking full contact word jumbles at the kitchen table, everyone’s playing if they like it or not. One I remember particularly well was talking to Lori about measuring her blood pressure. Initially we’re discussing the implications of various results, but I then I said it might be “better” or “worse”. So now the conversation turns to who’s winning-her, me, or her boys. Nevermind the idea that a “winning blood pressure” is nonsense, Lori’s excited to compare the numbers and declare a victor. She’s usually certain it will be her, and if it isn’t, another competition is sure to follow.

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  26. Mike, Eric, Craig, Mark, Val, Jim, Michelle, Natalie, the Pugs et al,
    We’ll all miss Lori’s enthusiasm and unbridled passion for life, love, friendship and caring for others! I will miss Sunday crosswords after a night on the couch and a breakfast made with love for all, the Milk River Shuffle, Lor singing to Jackson Brown (a little off key ; )- ), pronouncing aluminum and linoleum, navigation without the mountains in view, big hugs, her sometimes goofy laugh and her general “joie de vivre”. Most of all I will miss her friendship, kindness and love for her family and my best friend Mike.

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  27. Lori was a unique soul whose zest for life was contagious. So many memories of fun times shared with you guys. So so sad, she will be forever missed and always in our hearts.

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  28. Daphne(Churchill) & Kevin Stephen :

    Mike, Eric, Craig & Mark. We are so sad to hear of Lori’s passing. Our hearts go out to you all. We have fond memories of your visit to Nova Scotia those many years ago when the boys were small. Thinking of you & hoping in time your many happy memories will sustain you. Lori was clearly a special woman & loved by many.

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  29. Michelle Catonio :

    This obituary perfectly describes my pal. She was a champion! A life-long learner. A nature lover. A fun-loving human being. My golf partner. My learning commons librarian friend. My inspiration. You touched many lives pal and is evident on this condolence page. Shock is an understatement. My heart breaks for your family – your Mike, your boys. I know you will be watching over all – our guardian angel! May you walk with the animals pal. Cheers! God Bless <3

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  30. Mike, Eric, Craig, Mark, Val, Jim, Michelle and Natalie,
    Jody and I are very sorry for your devastating loss. From the first day we met, over 28 years ago, we developed a fast and furious friendship, and for many years we were virtually inseparable. We enjoyed weekly zoo outings, play dates, Callaway Park, nature walks in Fish Creek including the ice caves and the Blue Heron site, swimming at Lake Sikome, golfing with our boys, visits to the Science Centre, Stampede parades (with Lori’s infamous “YEE HAW”), Christmas Carolling, our Bonnie Tyler duet, Halloween parties, card games, volleyball, snow angels, picnics, backyard fires, weekends in Lake Louise, searching for sea creatures in Parksville, B.C. I could go on and on…. Thanks for the memories; you made my life fun and interesting. May your everlasting spirit soar high in the sky with your brother the wind. POUND IT LORI! xo

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  31. My sincerest condolences. I am still in shock over the tragic loss of such a tremendous bundle of energy that was Lori. She had such a big heart, loved everyone and everyone loved her. I will treasure the memories of our time together. Lori was such an enthusiast for the beauty of nature that surrounds us that I only have to look around to be reminded of her. You are truly one with nature now Lori. Peace out.

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  32. Mike and Family so sorry for your loss. I will miss our walks and talks about books and life. She was such an inspiration to all: to persevere, achieve, and just do it. Lori was not a Human BEING, she was a Human DOING! Let it comfort you to know she has touched so many lives, in so many ways, that she will always be present around us. Prayers, thoughts and hugs to you all.

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  33. Lori and Brian Motuzas :

    Words can’t say how very sorry we are for your loss. We have so many great memories playing volleyball with you guys. Always lots of laughs and fun! She definitely touched everyone that met her! Will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers.

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  34. My deepest sympathies and condolences to Lori’s family. I am so saddened by Lori’s sudden passing. I loved working with Lori as she was always so much fun to be around. She was such an example to our learning commons librarians, with her passion for knowledge and work. She was loved by the people she worked with and I always looked forward to spending time with her. She will be so greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

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  35. Joanne Kuwabara :

    So very sad to hear of Lori’s passing. She was a wonderful help to everyone and an inspiring librarian. I will miss her very much.

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  36. Mike and Family,my deepest sympathy to you.Lori was a very special person,always so positive and loving. my thoughts and prayers are with you.

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  37. In life, there are people who watch what happens, and there are people who make things happen. Lucky for us, we had Lori – someone who always seemed to make things happen. Her kindness, infectious smile and laughter, uncompromising work ethic, and inspiring ideas became integral to the lifeblood of our school district.

    Although Lori has sadly written her last chapter, what an amazing story she has written! We can all continue to learn to be better people by revisiting Lori’s legacy again and again in our professional and personal lives.

    Thank you, Lori. You showed me how to be a champion for all while keeping a smile on my face. My thoughts and prayers to Michael and your sons.

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  38. I loved Lori! She had a perfect soul.
    When I was a young bride living in Calgary from Montreal , she was always supportive and welcoming to the new city .
    When I was a first time mom having to relocate to Calgary from the north to have my delivery, she was concerned supportive and celebrated the welcoming of my son .
    When we would travel from the north to visit family , she was always wanting to learn of the north the nature the way of living .
    Boys, your mother had a special gift of making someone special , wanted and accepted . She was genuin kind and none judgemental . She was unconditional .
    Mike … I am so sorry for your loss . Lori was one of a kind . I will always remember her for her perfect soul ❤️

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  39. Steve and Sue :

    Our deepest condolences Mike and boys. Although we only met Lori a couple of times, she was an awesome person. We were very shocked to hear of her passing so suddenly. If there is anything we can do, please let us know. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

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  40. Karen Schweighardt :

    Dear Mike and boys,
    I am very sorry for your loss. I
    loved working with her at St. Philip. She always brightened up the room. I love when she sang to me:) Maybe she’s in the angel choir!

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  41. Our hearts go out to all of you. We remember Lori for her love of sport and for kids. May the memories of such a great mom stay close to your hearts. Thinking of you all in such tough times.

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  42. Andrew Thompson :

    Mike and family,

    My condolences to you as you cope with Lori’s passing.

    Andrew

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  43. This message is the memories gathered from Lori’s MAGIC teammates

    This story begins in the mid 90’s when a group of women decided to get together to form a team and join an over 35 ladies soccer league. This team is “MAGIC”. We say “is” because although the soccer ended at least a decade ago for most, the team is still going strong.
    Lori being one of the youngest of the group was only allowed to practice with the team because she wasn’t 35. We are fortunate that she recognized that this was an extraordinary group of women and she didn’t move on to another team where she was eligible to play but instead waited until she was legal or almost legal.
    Through the years we all realized that playing with Lori was far better than playing against her. Her favourite games where when we had a short bench and she could enjoy a ton of field time. Very few of us were able to take shifts as long as Lori. Lori was like the energizer bunny – she never sat still for long if there was fun to be had. She would chatter with everyone on the field, including the opposition, set up the plays or block the opponents goalie. Anything to score – a garbage goal was a goal – they don’t have to look pretty, just get them in. Lori was also a very protective teammate – that was a quality she took on and off the field. If she thought someone was being rough with us she would be in their face and ensure they knew she meant business.
    Somehow, Lori always seemed to get called for a lot of penalties – not our Lori! We think the refs didn’t appreciate her determination to get to the ball. Knee injuries never stopped her, such determination and maybe a little stubbornness.
    MAGIC was one of the few teams that always went out for beer, nachos and wings following our hard-fought battles on the field. That was the only reason we had fans in the stand. The MAGIC men, our husbands, openly admitted that they weren’t there because of the skill on the field. Lori could stop a conversation at the bar or a party with one outrageous sentence or question which kept most of the men at the far end of the table so she couldn’t corner them. Lori was a great drinking buddy and enjoyed raising a pint or jug on more than a few occasions. She would analyze the game – what plays worked – which ones “Sucked”. For Lori and a few others, waiting for post-game was just too much so beverages became part of the pre-game warm-up. Poor coaches.
    Lori became a coach as well. Lori took all of the learnings as a soccer player and passed it along to her team. Every year she would volunteer. She didn’t need to be the head coach, just as long as she was contributing she was happy. Always learning, sharing, teaching .. The consummate athlete that gives back.
    Golf was one sport that Lori just wouldn’t take seriously. One of the MAGIC men had just become a marshal at Maple Ridge. It was around 9:00 a.m. and he gets a call on his walkie talkie about a group of women that were being slow. Off he goes in his cart ready to give them a talking to and get them moving … lo and behold it is Lori and her friends. Her explanation – they were slow but what could they do, they had to have their shooters!
    As MAGIC evolved, activities extended beyond the soccer field.
    The MAGIC Book Club was formed so we still had a reason/excuse to get together monthly and drink, chat, laugh and talk a little about books. When we started, we were all blown away by Lori. Not only is she a voracious reader but she has incredible recall of every book’s title, author, characters and plot. Once we realized we couldn’t select books that Lori had not already read we relied on Lori to help us with our selection and to take us out of our comfort zone with the titles she picked. Lori would select books that not only expanded our minds but scared the crap out of us or made you blush as you turned the pages.
    Lori shared with one of our teammates that she dreamed of one day being a writer of children’s books. When asked “why wait” she said she was scared of not being good enough to find a publisher and that she sucked at illustrating. The response was “drawing should be the least of her worries, you should be more concerned about language and being censored”. If anyone finds a secret door with notes for children’s books please share – she would have been an amazing author.
    Lori was also a fierce competitor in the “Amazing Race” competitions although she confused people when she decided to go for a coffee, donghnut and bathroom break just when the signal was given to start racing. Apparently she did make up for that by being a strong competitor in the “Adult rated” water sliding event that involved jello shooters and convincing her teammates that it was okay to be topless.
    As the years went by, get togethers started to include sharing photos of our grandchildren. For Lori it was stories about her Grandpugs. The “dog walkers” would see Lori at the off leash with Winston (the barker) and Macy (the dilly dally) tagging along behind as she trudged up the hill to get to the top so she could talk and visit with the crew. Lori often cut the walk short as she was afraid it was too much for the dogs and every time she would turn to go away from the group she would give everyone a big hug and a “Luv ya”.
    There is a part of all of us that gets lost as we age but this wasn’t true for Lori. She never got out of the “why” phase, she always asked straight up awkward questions, she found ways to make you talk about subjects that you were embarrassed to think about and she made you smile and blush and she made you laugh from the tips of your toes. Lori never said anything bad about anyone, except at Paint Night when she told us her 5 year olds could paint better than us.
    Lori lived life to the fullest. She was full of energy and spontaneity. You always knew when Lori arrived because that was when the fun began. Lori could be outrageous one minute and then bring us to our knees in laughter and in the next breathe have something profound to say. There was never a dull moment with Lori. Lori was a consummate team player, compassionate and caring person.
    Lori leaves a legacy of hugs – we never realized how awesome those hugs were until we realized we can’t get another one. We can however give them.
    We are all better people because Lori was part of our lives. Mike, Eric, Craig, Mark – MAGIC will always be here for you. MAGIC will never be the same without Lori but Lori will remain in our hearts forever.

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  44. Glennys Vevang :

    From the heart.
    Thanks for schooling all of us, Lori.

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  45. Jan Van Troyen :

    I first met Lori 24 years ago when our sons, Eric and Daniel, started grade one at St Philip School. Through their friendship our friendship grew and over the years I saw more and more of Lori; I guess you could take that literally too, after some of our road trips to Whitefish to play soccer, golf and skinny-dip in the lake.
    Our shared love of sports is what kept our friendship close. Whether it was soccer, golf, racquetball or tennis she was always up for it. And as mentioned in many of her tributes these games against Lori were always super competitive.
    But Lori also loved to challenge her mind whether with a crossword, a game of scrabble, a game of Euchre; in which she had a unique gift for asking an outlandish question as a distraction in the middle of a hand, or an unruly game of “The All Canadian Trivia Board Game”. And yep she didn’t like to lose.
    The loss of Lori has left a very big hole in all her friends hearts. She will be sorely missed on the sports field, in our living rooms and on our many road trips.
    My deepest condolences to Mike, Eric, Craig and Mark for your unfathomable loss.

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  46. Helen McKinlay :

    I met Lori 35+ years ago when we worked together in UCAD and soon after met Mike. I remember how full of.life she was and how.much fun we had at their Halloween parties. Mike and family, I am so sorry for your loss. She will be always be fondly remembered.

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  47. Monika Gygie and Larry Gygie :

    We are so sorry and saddened to hear of Lori’ s passing. Her beautiful spirit and warm heart touch so many lives and her joyful energy created happy memories to everyone blessed to know her.
    Lori will always hold a special corner in our hearts.
    We send our love and support to your family.
    Monika and Larry Gygie

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  48. Elaine McDonald :

    Dear Cousin Mike,
    I was very sad to here of Lori’s sudden passing. I had only met Lori a few times but after reading the other condolences we can safely say that she was obviously very tough and principled. The Magic group sounds like a great group of friends. While she was here she had fun. I know how hard this must be for you. Sudden as it was. If I can offer some advice: The stages of grief are not a straight line and time helps a lot. We are thinking of you.

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  49. I am sorry for the loss of such a beautiful person.

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  50. Miss my sister more every day. Always and forever you will live in my heart.

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