Guest Book for Annie Mae (Macintosh) MacKinnon

Provided by J.M. Jobes Funeral Home

Posted by: Geraldine Ferguson
Mon March 15, 2021
Shirley and family,
We were so sorry to hear of your mom's passing, she was indeed a very special lady and we have many happy memories of when she would accompany our mom for her weekly hair appointment, they were the best of friends, and when we would visit her at home on Sunday evening, before her card game of course, she will be greatly missed. May you find comfort in the many happy memories you hold dear. Rest in peace Annie Mae.

Geraldine Ferguson and Joan & Art Rideout
 

 
Posted by: Billy Young
Tue March 16, 2021
Shirley , Elva and all of Annie Mae's loved ones , I have so many fond memories of Annie Mae from years working for the Parish. I never had the chance to meet either one of my grandmothers and I in some ways I thought of her as my "Adopted Nanny" , although I wouldn't have dared to tell her that for fear of a clout upside the head lol. She spent her life devoted to what I'd like to call the three F's , Family , Faith and Friends and she is now reunited with God and so many of her family and friends. I can see her up in Heaven now boiling the water for tea reciting one of her favorite sayings that she told me a number of times. She would say "There should be more women in The House of Parliament , because there wouldn't be a man idle!"
 

 
Posted by: CONNIE REID
Tue March 16, 2021
So sorry for your loss.

Connie and Darrell Reid
 

 
Posted by: Brenda MacIntosh
Tue March 16, 2021
Our condolences to Annie Mae's family and friends. May the wonderful memories you have of your time together bring you some comfort at this difficult time.

Brenda MacIntosh
 

 
Posted by: MARY MACINTOSH
Tue March 16, 2021
I have so many fond and cherished memories of my Aunt Annie Mae.
Condolences to family and friend.

Mary MacIntosh (daughter of Lauchie)
 

 
Posted by: Claire Aucoin
Tue March 16, 2021
So very sorry to hear of Annie  Mae's passing.  She was a valued member of Holy Family Church and the   CWL. She's now enjoying her heavenly reward.
 

 
Posted by: John and Beverly Mackinnon
Tue March 16, 2021
Sending our condolences Shirley and Family on the passing of your Mom.She was a lovely woman.So sorry for your loss.
 

 
Posted by: Janice Hollohan
Tue March 16, 2021
My condolences to Annie's family and friends. This beautiful lady will be so missed at Macgillivary. I loved talking to your mom and always admired her spirt...may she rest in peace.
 

 
Posted by: Jean Young
Tue March 16, 2021
Shirley and family, we are deeply saddened to hear about Mrs Mackinnon's death. she was a very special lady to our family and we have so many good memories of her kindness and her thoughtfulness. we offer our prayers and thoughts at this difficult time. always remembered. love the young's. Jean  Joe  Scott  Nicole  Robert.
 

 
Posted by: Deborah Lewis
Tue March 16, 2021
Charles and family. I am sorry for your loss. Sorry I didn’t meet her. You are in my prayers. Debbie Lewis ( Cassandra’s Aunt)
 

 
Posted by: Diane Ferneyhough (macintosh)
Wed March 17, 2021
God Bless her soul, her brother Hugh was my grandfather
 

 
Posted by: Alvina Jenkins
Wed March 17, 2021
Sad to hear about Annie Mae's passing.Prayers and hugs to her family.I am her nephew Alvin Mac Intosh eldest daughter Alvina,now living in Souris PEI.Please give my condolence to Sue Currie RN who I worked with at St Rita Hospital Maternity Unit.
 

 
Posted by: Charles MacKinnon
Wed April 07, 2021
It took a while for me to get on here, but we appreciate all the words and thoughts more than anybody would ever know.  For me/my brother, she was always there for us.  Jumping out of apples trees onto her roof, using her step as a hockey net or her picture window as a perfect back stop for baseball and filling my grandfathers car with "GAS" when I was 4, yeap it was actually water from the hose.  I was blessed with the amount of memories I carry from all of my family members and when I get to come home, I'll tell them all to you.  God Bless.