MEMORY GUEST BOOK

You can donate online to support our cause by going to: https://www.gofundme.com/f/deborah-smith-scholarship-fund or by cheque payable to Susan Smith  c/o ” Deborah Smith Scholarship Fund” (mail all cheques  to Susan Smith  76 Front Street P.O. Box 252 Campbell’s Bay Quebec J0X 1K0) or send an e-transfer to rememberdebbie2014@gmail.com

Debbie Nursing Picture (1)

Please feel free to sign the guest book, it would be very much appreciated if you can share one of your fondest memories of Debbie, either at work, or school or whatever memorable stories you have.

8 thoughts on “MEMORY GUEST BOOK

  1. One of my memories of Debbie is, Sitting at the kitchen table at the Amyotte farm and Debbie looking at Dan’s veins in his arms. She looks at him and said that she would like to take a needle to those veins. We all had a good laugh at that.

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  2. Childhood memories of a pack of us- playing house in your backyard with your cool playhouse, learning baton twirling from your cousin, and generally terrorizing our small town as little people running amuck. Those memories of Debbie and her sisters will be with me Forever. Tracey Vibert

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  3. My most memorable moment with Debbie when the 4 us (Melvin,Debbie Jim & I) went barbotte fishing one night.Well, Jim & I found out that night Debbie didn’t like bugs,she had a few choice words,oh boy we laughed and she was laughing too. I don’t think Debbie ever went fishing after….We had a good time.And my 2nd memorable moment is Melvin & Debbie were the first couple to be married by Father Merlen Ethier and we were his last couple before he left Campbell’s Bay,

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  4. Always remembering Debbie, she was a wonderful woman and i always enjoyed working with her and sharing laughs and stories together. Forever in my heart.

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  5. WE enjoyed a spaghetti supper with Debbie, friends and family at the Ra hall in C bay last summer. She was such a bubbly person, loved her family and all furry 4 legged animals, she certainly lit up a room with her presence and dazzling smile. She is missed everyday but never forgotten. Xox

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  6. i’m glad I was able to donate in your honor Debbie! I’m very sorry I won’t be able to attend as I’m four hours away, every day of my life I try to convince myself That you’re gone to a better place or angels roam freely, as you are one of our angels! I miss you a lot dear friend and I still can’t believe you’re gone 😢 until we meet again XO X

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  7. Well its already 2016 . And there is not a day that goes by that I don’t think of ya Deb . we graduated together and I was so happy you came to work at the Manor .but sad everyday your not with us . miss ya deb

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  8. Hi my name is Emma Jewell, i am one the the first recipients of the Deborah Smith scholarship. I graduated from high school in June 2015 and started my first year of college as a nursing student in September 2015 at Cégep de l’Outaouais in Hull. My first semester went really well, I passed all my 8 classes with really good grades. In January I ended up having 9 classes, which is a lot. Unfortunately I failed one of my nursing classes so I will have to retake it in September and I will continu on in my second year as of January 2017. The bursary has enabled me to cut down on my working hours so I could focus more on my schooling during the weekends. This bursary will help me fulfill my dreams of becoming one day a RN, just like Debbie was. Thank you so much for this opportunity. I am truly grateful and blessed!

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