So sorry to hear of Daisy's passing. She was such a sweet and especially funny lady. I have such wonderful memories of her. She will be missed deeply.
sorry to hear about your lost . our prayers are with the family at this time
To Daisy’s family.
We wish we could be there to celebrate Daisy’s life today. Hers was a heart of kindness and gentleness. Her smile was warm and her love of life was infectious. She was always so proud to remind me that her and my mom shared the same birthday and she never let me forget it. From my teen age years until now Daisy always served to remind me that a true servants heart is a heart just like Jesus. Heaven just gained a wonderful tambourine player and one day I hope when my old weary body comes to the finish line of life I hope her tambourine will be part of the welcome home. Truly the life lived for ones saviour and others is the greatest life of all. Thinking of you each one as you lady this precious lady to rest.
Bill and Judy
To Linda, Travis & Gregory; Mom (Betty-Mae) and our extended family
We were sorry to hear of Daisy’s passing but rejoice that she is now at home in heaven without sickness and pain. We all have memories of Daisy and recognize the significant role she has played in our family. May you take comfort knowing she is with her Saviour and we have the hope of seeing her again. Praying God’s blessings on you all as you spend this time together remembering the good times. We regret that we cannot be there but you are in our thoughts.
Janet, Mark, Richard, Matthew & families
Linda and the Antle Family
So sorry to hear of Daisy’s passing .My thoughts and prayers go out to you at this sad time .She was such a hard working and happy lady and now has reached the end of her journey .She loved the lord and her church life was so important to her Remember her so well every time I went to visit Aunt Lily he often asked if I go to church God Love her.)
When I’d say yes she’d be so happy Praying for you Hugs
Well words can never express what the heart feels when in it's depths there is a ache that seems can never be vanquished. Linda, probably the worst day in my life was yesterday when I had to say I wasn't coming home for this (to me) a most monumental day. To be with you guys to Celebrate the Joy we have known for our lifetime in the Personification of the Lord's love to us. Ps 116:15 Precious in the sight of the Lord is the death of His saints. You have done her proud. Rest assured her love for you was a love that only could be understood in other worldly & in an extraordinary celestial miraculous love. This is what is taught by many as AGAPE Love. Unconditional: without need or regard of ones own needs and desires. Our pastors wife tells of a saying her mother had that expressed love in a manner this way; Love is an itch in the heart that you cannot scratch. Daisy will always be in our hearts that way. Many of my sermons and testimonies have been the fact that I was so blessed to be born into a family that taught Jesus (wasn't perfect by any means) and added that to have experienced this Love which Daisy flaunted untainted in its purest form. I just DON'T understand why I was so blessed to be born into this yet am so thankful for it. Linda BE BLESSED and love those in your life as you were instructed by Daisy and Christ. Without reciprocation or expectation cause that IS the Kingdom of God and His Christ. So Sorry not to be able to make it but will try and come down in the near future as the Lord allows
Linda and family. So sorry to hear of Daisy's passing. Always remember her as a great resident of Killick Retirement Home. She was a fun and wonderful lady. Gloria
To the Antle family, be assured that our prayers are with you and the entire family at this difficult time, personally I have many fond memories of Sister Daisy as she would help out in our VBS programs, she always had time for each and every child that came to where she was, and she always use to call me a tarment and we laugh afterwards. Sister Daisy will be missed here, but rest assured she is in the presence of her lord and saviour.
Until we meet again
Pastor Eugene and Melina Samson
To Linda and all of Daisy’s family. Sorry to hear of Daisy’s passing. She was a lovely lady. I really enjoyed working with Daisy while she was a resident at the Killick Retirement Home. She was a pleasure to be around. I will always remember her love for her Lord and the church. She always wanted to go to to church whenever she could. Just know that she is in Heaven now with her Lord that she loved so much. Prayers and thoughts are with you all at this time. May God bless you and strengthen you. Queen
My condolences to the Antle & Collins Family on Daisy’s passing. She was a wonderful, hardworking lady, Rest In Peace Daisy.
Words are not sufficient to express the heartfelt sadness of us losing you. I am sorry I haven't been home and I am sorry I can not make it home. Thank you for the absolute loved you poured into my life my whole life. My heart goes out to all of us, but most of all for Linda. Never have i heard a laugh like the one that came from you, we will miss that and so much more. Love you Daisy.
I was blessed to be loved by you, I was blessed to be cared for by you. Thank you for all the sacrifices that you made for me over the years. Thank you for all your hard work, thank you for all the cuddles, kisses and time that you put into me.
Happy you are now home, you have so much to add to heaven, it is today a much happier place.
Sorry to hear about Daisy, my childhood memories and growing up is part of my life and our whole family, we loved Daisy. A memory I won't forget is the first day I had to bring mom to the Twomey center, my heart was broken to have to bring her there, the first person coming down the hall was Daisy she immediately came over and hugged mom, Aunt Vida, she said and she put a smile on mom's face and mine and gave me peace of mind there was family near her. You are without doubt an angel going to heaven. Always remembered. Love Kim
To the Elieen and the Antle Families,So sorry to hear of Daisy passing please accept my deepest sympathy. One of my fondest memories of Daisy was one year she shared the cabin with me and a couple other ladies while attending a retreat in Lewisport we laughed and cried all weekend I will never forget it . Now she’s gone home to be with her Lord and Master who she loved dearly .No more pain or tears for all former things are passed away . Till we meet again .Wanda Carpenter
So sorry to hear of Daisy, a passing , our prayer are with all the family, My God comforter you at this time .
, and in the days ahead.
Dexter and Joan
So sorry to hear of Daisy's passing. She was a beautiful Woman! loved taking care of her when I did home care. We laughed together and sometimes even cried together. I laughed so hard sometimes ,especially when she had to ravel out her knitting so many times! She would get upset with her knitting and tear it down and when she see me laughing she would laugh. She loved the Lord with all her heart.Now she's gone home with him. No more pain and suffering. Rest in peace Daisy.
Love and prayers to the family.
My whole childhood is shrouded with memories of you.
You were like another grandmother to us.
Thanks so much for the laughs and memories Daisy.
You’ll never be forgotten.
Sending our love to the family, especially Aunt Linda.
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