I am so sorry to hear of Ada's passing. I have many fond memories of Ada many years ago from Barnes Rd, Prowse Ave,and train trips to Port Blandford as a child.
Ada and family were always so kind to ours. She was a very lovely woman.
My deepest condolences to your family.
I am know she was a loving mother.,grandmother and sister.
To Ada’s Family our Sincere Condolences
She was such a beautiful person. A lady in every sense of the word. Both her & your Dad were well respected members of the Community & Great friends to my Mom & Dad (Ern & Abbie Walsh). We got to share our loss when both our Dads passed at the same time. Please know we share in your sorrow today. God Bless
Neil and all your family. Sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Please accept our deepest condolences. My mother Sinneth Dawe would like to send her condolences as well. They were neighbours for many years. Rest In Peace Mrs.Murphy.
Michelle, Annette, Dena, Neil and families. I wanted to pass along our sincere condolences on your Mother's passing. She was an absolutely beautiful lady who was surrounded by love/happiness her entire life. Watching the tribute video clearly shows the love she gave and the abundance of love she received. I would say that her greatest legacy was the contribution she gave to the world and it's future through her wonderful family. I can attest that its not easy losing a parent. The overwhelming grief will eventually subside and life will return to normal, but the memories will last forever. Rest assured your Mother is in a much better place now and reunited with your Father for eternity. It's a place I firmly believe is without pain-n-suffering and eternal peace / happiness. Your Mother may no longer be physically present in your lives, but she'll forever be spiritually present; watching over you and protecting you from afar. Truly sorry we couldn't be there at this difficult time, but look forward to the Celebration of Life back here on the ROCK when the time comes. Take care and we'll most assuredly have you in our prayers.
We had many chats with your Mom at the firehall. We knew all of you by name even though we never met you. We chatted about where you were , how you were doing and she always asked about my family. Thinking of you.
Bob and Dot Bishop
Deepest sympathy to all the family and friends of Ada Murphy. I viewed every one of your many, many lovely pictures -- so many wonderful memories to keep in your hearts.
Ada volunteered with me at the Cupids Museum, especially at the gift shop. She was always enthusiastic and energetic and we had such fun. I was disappointed and really missed my "Buddy' when she move up-a-long but it was for the best. Ada was a 'family' person and I heard many stories of this grand child or that or when Neil was coming, and so on.
Hold your memories tightly; she was a great lady.