Rae J. Yaki

14-Aug-1930 - 05-Dec-2017

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Posted by Zaynab Sheraly | 30-Dec-2017

I remember Rae at Hillsdale - the old Hillsdale she worked the evening shift in Bed Care and was always ready with a smile. She came in at 3 pm wore her belt with the old fashioned walkie talkie and was ready to role as a charge nurse. A humble lady gave so much of her to the residents at Hillsdale. A role model Nurse that made us all proud. May her soul rest in peace and her family and grad children revere her and enjoy the memories she has left behind

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Posted by John J. Hayden | 09-Dec-2017

Gabrielle and I would like to express our sincere condolences to Robyn and her family and everyone who knew and loved Rae.

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Posted by Beth Lo Bello | 09-Dec-2017

Don and Ang,

We were saddened to hear of the passing of Don's Mom. Please accept our deepest sympathy

Thinking of you both at this difficult time <3 Beth, Tim and Carrina

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Posted by Jennifer and Chuck Clark | 09-Dec-2017

We were so sorry to hear of your mother's passing. Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

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Posted by Vicki burke | 09-Dec-2017

I was so sad to hear of Rae's passing. I met Rae nursing at Hillsdale Manor many years ago and have kept in touch since she retired. Rae organized a lunch get together for retirees on the first Monday of the month and this ended up going on for 17 years !!! Rae was a compassionate, kind, intelligent and giving nurse and person . She spent much time sharing stories about her wonderful kids and their families . She will be missed greatly . My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. With sympathy Vicki

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Posted by Sheila Sexton | 08-Dec-2017

My mother, Jean (Cameron) Williams, was Rae's first cousin. Mom thought the world of Rae. They were such good friends. One memory that I have of the two of them is that they spent the big power blackout, that occurred years ago in Ontario, together. They visited by candlelight and it sounded like they had a great time together. I remember Rae as always being so upbeat, outgoing and friendly. She and I kept in touch by email for several years after my Mom died. She was always interested in our family and how we were doing. And she spoke so lovingly of her family. I'll miss her, as you all will. I'm so sorry for your loss.

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