As former residents of Wellandport, we offer our sincere condolences to you as family. We remember the Gladman days with fondness. If we recall correctly, they pumped Sunoco gas for many years.
Dave and family:
My sincerest condolences with the loss of Pat. It was a great privilege to work for you for those few years at the Riverside Inn. She will be greatly missed.
Beth Ann (Douma) Wiersma
condolences to the Gladman families, sorry for your loss,
Pete and Sherry (Hoekstra) Van Baalen
I remember..about 1969 or 1970..
I started buying snacks and gas at the store Wellandport corner , then meals then Dave found out I could fix cars.So spent alot of time there for quite a while.
He had a used car lot there..
I met my bro's Chrissy there , I was 18 or 19 then , Chrissy was 10..
They were wonderful people to spend time with and looked out for me..
Dave had a Gyro copter and couldn't afford an engine so he would fly it on windy days , I was smitten..
Nanna was wonderful.
REST IN PEACE..
THANKYOU for looking out for me..
Dave and family we offer our condolances with the passing of you wife, mother and grandmother.
Gerry and Nellie De Boer
I remember Aunt Pat as always having a ready, upbeat smile and a steady way about her. She was someone of very high character. My most vivid memory of Aunt Pat was on the day of her wedding to Uncle Dave. My older sister Pam and I were about eight and six years old, respectively. As the bride and groom came out of the church, we dumped a rather large amount of confetti all over Aunt Pat's head, which we thought was a great thing to do at the time (we were very excited, it was a lovely wedding and she was a beautiful bride), but it probably wasn't.so great for Aunt Pat. Bless her, she did not scold us, although I'm sure she would have preferred not to have confetti all over her beautiful veil and down her wedding dress. She was a great lady.
So sorry for your loss.. we had a lot of good times when she lived in Wainfleet..Great lady..always happy..Hugs. June Suess
Sending condolences from the Lambert family. She will be missed and her memories cherished. Thoughts are with you all.
Mark and Shelley Lambert
Dear Dave and Family. I am so sorry to hear about Patricia. I have known you and Pat for many, many years and have wonderful memories of the two of you. You were the most friendly and caring couple and I always enjoyed our many conversations. I also remember when you had the restaurant in Wellandport. Pat will be missed by all who knew her. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this very sad and difficult time. My deepest sympathy to you and your family. Sending you lots of hugs, Dave.
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