Condolence: So sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. I to have fond memories of time spent with your dad and mom. They were very welcoming to our family. There was always lots of love, food and laughter around that enormous kitchen table.
Your Dad and Mom were fine Christian people and will be missed.
Deepest sympathy to you all.
Condolence: I'm sad to hear of your Dad's home going. I have such wonderful memories of your parents. Their compassion, hospitality and love for the Lord were legendary. I have wonderful memories around the table in your farm house. Heaven has gained a good and honorable man.
Condolence: The Pouteaux's were always kind and hospitable to our family. When my parents Ken and Grace (Kennedy) Chapman came back to St. Boswells on their furloughs, the Pouteaux's always insisted on supper and a good visit.
As a family, they had a passion for service and for their community. Kind and gentle, Walter was a significant influence on values and keeping family together.
Thank you so much for your dedication and for what you have done for our family over the years.
Condolence: We are so sorry for your loss. Uncle Walter was one of a kind. We loved visiting with him. He would always get so wound up. He was a very good man. Now he is back with Auntie Laura. I can just see them. They will both be so missed. Love you all. May Jesus hold you in his arms and give you some peace.