Dearest Sara. I am very sad to hear of Guy's passing. I know that you are suffering because of your personal health chsllenges and I think of you often.
I am currently out of the country until March 21st and unfortunately will not be present on the 10th. Please rest assured that my thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sincerely, Valérie Sirois
This is with great sadness that I have just learned the passing of Guy. Often, I think about you and Guy and were wondering how you were. Unfortunately, I will not be able to attend the ceremony this week, as I live in Quebec City, but will have a thought for Guy.
Take care of yourself. Drop me a line when you feel up to it.
Guy and I worked together at CIDA for many years. He was always a kind and patient man intent on doing good works. He was such a pleasure to work with. He leaves us with fond memories and has had a life well-lived.
I remember when Grandpa John Camblin died and the rest of the family was inside reminiscing, you and I shared a moment of our own playing handball against the garage door, telling stories of our own. You may be the most genuinely kind person I have ever known. A donation in your honor was made to Canada Parkinson's. Rest in peace my dear uncle Guy.
Chris and Nancy Crean
Dear Sarah, we were very much saddened by the passing of Guy. I fondly remember working with Guy on the desk and then the time the four of us shared in Bangladesh. He was unique in the field of development; filled with passion, empathy and a profound desire to make life better for the poor. In this he succeeded. We are too far away to attend the mass, but are with you in spirit. Sincerely, Brian & Virginie