Thank you for visiting the Virtual Garden of Remembrance
Welcome to the 2021 Garden of Remembrance, virtual ceremony! Each of the memorial submissions and readings we received have made the ceremony one that is full of love. We hope that the ceremony will provide you with some comfort as we pause and reflect.
Remember to download your copy of the ceremony program which includes copies of each of the poetry readings you will hear in the video.

In loving memory of:

Steve Lewis/ Diane Granger

Note: Forever in our hearts and minds.

In loving memory of:

Roland Shields

Note: We miss your smiling eyes!

In loving memory of:

Len Brazier

Note: Gone but never forgotten…

In loving memory of:

Elizabeth Hill (mom)

From: Janet C.

Note: Thank you so much for continuing this memorial garden through these difficult Covid times.

In loving memory of:

Shane Jennings

From: Melanie

Note: Thank you for hosting this event. Forever thinking of Our boy ❤️

The Jennings family

In loving memory of:

Andrew Sparkes and John Janis Cincius

From: Angela C.

Note: One day at a time, You will never be forgotten. Love you always.

In loving memory of:

Sylvia Sikorski

From: Susan and Tom L.

Note: What a wonderful tribute to our loved ones.  Thanks so much to everyone who contributed.

In loving memory of:

Isabella Marguerite Drover

From: Cindy & Kevin D.

Note: We love you and miss you every day baby girl xo 💜

In loving memory of:

Roy Lorne Dixon

From: Robert D.

Note: Thank you Mariposa for your kindness and care.

In loving memory of:

Elizabeth Hill

Note: We it was coming, but we could not have been prepared for the emptiness it has left by not having you here with us.
Love and miss you everyday!

In loving memory of:

Lena King

Note: Loving Grandmother and Mother. Missed dearly!

In loving memory of:

Neddie Majesky

From: June G.

Note: In Loving Memory of my sister.

In loving memory of:

Sylvia Sikorski

From: Susan L.

In loving memory of:

Harold “Bob” Savidant

From: Shirley S.

Note: In Loving Memory and in our hearts forever Missing you

In loving memory of:

Sylvia Sikorski

From: Allan and Miriam W.

Note: Our sympathy to Tom and Susan

In loving memory of:

Ada Chepyha

From: Ada M.

Note: I love and miss you, my sweet ‘Little Ada’. You made me smile 🙃 and you made me roll my eyes🙄.  I will never forget your quirkiness and how wonderful you were.  I know that you visited me last week in your ‘dragonfly’ form as you came into my house and I had to catch you in my hands and let you back outside to continue enjoying nature and to continue eating up my many mosquitos. The “Collective We” will never forget you, Ada Potada!!!!  ♥️❣💖❣♥️

In loving memory of:

Glen Love

From: Sandra F.

In loving memory of:

Kristina Lanoue

Note: We hug you in our thoughts always, hope you can feel it. Not a day goes by that we don’t think about you.

Love and miss you so much xoxo

In loving memory of:

David Hill, Jr.

Note: A wonderful Son, Brother, Dad and Uncle.

Taken far too soon. Love you always.

In loving memory of:

Elsie Hill

From: Jennifer K.

Note: What a beautiful concept come to life. I look forward to see how everyone has decided to grow in love for those we carry in our hearts ❤️

In loving memory of:

Glen Love

From: Sandra, Tristan and Tyler

Note: Loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.

You may have left us, but you are constantly on our minds and in our hearts. Love you.

Sandra, Tristan and Tyler xo

In loving memory of:

Bob Savidant

From: Amanda

Note: Dad, I miss you more than you will ever know. You are always in my thoughts. I love you so much. xo

In loving memory of:

Shawn Richards

From: Johanne L.

Note: Miss you more as each day passes

Love You Shawn forever in my heart

In loving memory of:

Sylvia Sikorski

From: Samantha, Raymond and Oliver

Note: We love you Grandma, happy you and Grandpa are dancing together again ♥️

In loving memory of:

Some Members of the Birchmere Family

From: Birchmere Staff & Residents

Note: Heartfelt tribute. Your loved ones have touched the lives of the staff and other residents here at Birchmere. They will always be in our thoughts; memories of them living on in each of us.