ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Ida Thomas, 89 years old, born on May 5, 1932, and passed away on June 29, 2021. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Joanne Lee on June 29, 2022
I'm so sorry Aunty Idas gone .She is not forgotten, forever in my heart.So grateful for all our times together such wonderful memories of days passed, she meant the world to me .Shes in a better place ❤❤
Posted by Brenda Wolstenholme on June 29, 2022
Thinking of you today it's been a year since you bee gone.I miss you very and someday will meet again.
Posted by Sandra Garraway on September 2, 2021
Mom, I still want to pick up the phone to call and tell you the latest news and goings on with your great granddaughters.! i am hoping you and Dad are now at peace and connecting with all the family and friends that welcomed you on your arrival.  You were a strong, caring independent woman who was stubborn and steadfast. I like to think I inherited some of same qualities from you.  These last few years was difficult for you, but somehow we could always find a laugh or something to smile about. Rest in Peace Mom and love you!
Posted by Joanne Lee on July 3, 2021
It breaks my heart to learn Auntie Ida has passed.We had such great chats.
Always a big part of my life , she loved to laugh and would tell great stories.
  Nashville and the beach were some of her favorite things as well as that sporty Blue Maverick.
She was gentle and kind, yet fierce.
  She was a strong
Viking woman with a bone in her nose. Im so grateful for the times we shared.
I'm gonna miss her alot.
I love you auntie xo see you up there❤
Posted by Darrel Holm on July 1, 2021
Thank you for the memories aunt Ida
Working with you in the meat department of shop easy a long time ago
Sharing stories about our dad when you were kids
A kind lady with a great sense of humour
You will be missed
Condolences to all in her family circle
Posted by Alison Nanos on July 1, 2021
I am so sad to hear that auntie Ida has passed, she was a special lady.I always loved hearing her tell stories about my dad when they were young they had a lot of fun together. She will be missed greatly. My condolences to Sandra , Brenda , Kevin and your family’s we are thinking about you all during this difficult time sending you lots of love and comfort ❤️

Love Alison & Dennis & family
Posted by Brenda Wolstenholme on July 1, 2021
Sadly announcing the sudden and recent passing of our mother, Ida Thomas ( Holm ) on June 29 2021. Born May 5 1932 in Cabri Saskatchewan moved to Battram and Pennant then to Swift Current Saskatchewan. Moved to Lethbridge Alberta and final move to Vancouver B.C. Predeceased by her husband our dad, Louis Thomas in April 2012. Her grandaughter Lana in 2010. Her parents Dordi and Nils Holm. Survived by her children Sandra, Brenda ( Phil) and Kevin ( Boni ) Her brother Norman ( Sonia ), sisters Gudny and Helen ( Ferris). Grandchildren Kelly, Trevor, Troy, Leah, Jason, Melissa, Dylan and 14 great grandchildren. Many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends Including the many relatives in Lethbridge Alberta Saskatchewan and Norway.

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Posted by Joanne Lee on June 29, 2022
I'm so sorry Aunty Idas gone .She is not forgotten, forever in my heart.So grateful for all our times together such wonderful memories of days passed, she meant the world to me .Shes in a better place ❤❤
Posted by Brenda Wolstenholme on June 29, 2022
Thinking of you today it's been a year since you bee gone.I miss you very and someday will meet again.
Posted by Sandra Garraway on September 2, 2021
Mom, I still want to pick up the phone to call and tell you the latest news and goings on with your great granddaughters.! i am hoping you and Dad are now at peace and connecting with all the family and friends that welcomed you on your arrival.  You were a strong, caring independent woman who was stubborn and steadfast. I like to think I inherited some of same qualities from you.  These last few years was difficult for you, but somehow we could always find a laugh or something to smile about. Rest in Peace Mom and love you!
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Shared by Brenda Wolstenholme on July 1, 2021
My mom was a die hard hockey fan vancouver Canucks was her favorite team. When hockey was finished she enjoyed baseball the Toronto blue jays was her team. She liked doing crosswords and reading many books. She loved to go to the mall mostly everyday do her shopping and enjoyed having coffee with her friends. She was a huge Elvis fan collected many trinkets and memorabilia of him. She was a very social butterfly enjoyed getting phone calls from family and friends. She will be so missed by many. It's hard to imagine a world without her. Love you until we meet again.