Gladys Jayaranee Hoole

09-Dec-1927 - 09-Dec-2017

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Posted by Sayanthan Vikneswaran | 14-Dec-2017

Mrs. Hoole is an amazing woman and quite passionate about youth empowerment. When I was a kid, she used to make sure all of us made it to church even on the days we didn't want to go because she believed the values that we retained over the years would help us mature and make decisions throughout our lives. Although I haven't seen Mrs. Hoole in years, I know that she contributed greatly to my upbringing and will forever be thankful to her. She gave me my first English dictionary as a kid when she found out that I didn't have one. She also gave me an Atlas and my love for reading and everything about that Atlas peaked my interest in the sciences. Words alone cannot express her warm beautiful heart. I love her for everything she is and may her sweet sweet soul rest in peace.

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Posted by Danushan Sooriabalan | 12-Dec-2017

A wonderful, articulate and loving woman who was always there to help others. May her soul Rest In Peace.

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Posted by Steve Mickelson | 11-Dec-2017

A caring mother, grandmother and friend, Gladys Hoole was known and loved by members of her church and community, alike. She taught two generations of children at Sunday School and related youth activities. Gladys served as Trustee and Board Member at Bloor Lansdowne Christian Fellowship, being involved in the guidance and direction of the church over the past dozen years. She will be dearly missed by those of us who had the honour to know her and count her as our friend.
Steve and Sophie Mickelson - On behalf of your brothers and sisters in Christ at Bloor Lansdowne Christian Fellowship (formerly known as Church of the Crusaders)

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Posted by Ebenezer Thevasagayam | 10-Dec-2017

Safe in the arms of Jesus. Thank you Aunty for all you have been to our family and especially for your kindness in taking care of my Aunty in Nigeria. Appreciate your sacrificial sharing and caring. You have done well and deserve to be honoured!!

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