Irmgard Gertrud Lindquist

December 29, 1932 – September 18, 2021

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Keltie Romano wrote on September 29, 2021
I will always remember Irm with both fear and fondness as my Vice Principle and Principle at both Brentwood and Ardrossan Elementary Schools. I am honoured to have known her and worked with her, and over time I learned she was genuine, caring, incredibly funny and highly skilled. What a lady!!
To Linda Lee, Pam, Brad, and your families, please accept my sincere condolences.
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Keltie Romano wrote on September 29, 2021
I will always remember Irm with both fear and fondness as my Vice Principle and Principle at both Brentwood and Ardrossan Elementary Schools. I am honoured to have known her and worked with her, and over time I learned she was genuine, caring, incredibly funny and highly skilled. What a lady!!
To Linda Lee, Pam, Brad, and your families, please accept my sincere condolences.
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Brenda (Thurgood) Cotton wrote on September 29, 2021
Kathy and all of the family,

I send my heartfelt condolences to all of you. Irm was such a spark (firecracker comes to mind)!

Both Gus and Irm were such wonderful friends to my parents. With all of times our families got together, there was always fun and laughter to be had. That is how I'll remember both Irm and Gus the most.

Wishing you all peace. XO
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Elaine Whyte wrote on September 29, 2021
What a beautiful service, and beautiful memories to honor your Dear Mother. She truly was an amazing lady.
💗 Elaine
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Doug and Rachel McOuat wrote on September 29, 2021
Such a beautiful service to honour an amazing lady. I remember my grade one teacher with great appreciation for knowing me so we’ll, and not letting me get away with a single thing.

Our condolences to the family from the McOuats.
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Beverly Hooks wrote on September 29, 2021
My dear Auntie Irm.
Thank you for the many times you welcomed me into your home to stay as long as I wanted. For the wonderful Sylvan Lake summers, and taking Linda Lee and I to the dances, and sitting on a bench at the back of the hall to supervise. My favourite memory is of how excited you were the day that Brad arrived when we were at the lake. I can still hear your exclamations and laughter -- pure joy. You were so funny when you drove me back to Victoria through the mountains, you kept looking for a straight road! Ha. On that trip you discovered your first earwig! The memory makes me LOL even now. You showed me it was okay to laugh out loud and be out spoken. You have touched so many lives, and you will be missed. Rest in peace Auntie Irm. I love you Bev xo
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Heather O'Brien wrote on September 29, 2021
Dear Linda-Lee, Pam, Brad and Family,
My Auntie Irm was an amazing lady who had a wonderful laugh and whose memories I will always cherish.
My thoughts are with you all,
Love Heather xoxo
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Christina Lucente wrote on September 25, 2021
Dear Krista-Lee and Family,

Sharing in your sadness as you remember your dear Irm.

Much love,
Christina xoxo
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