- 93 years old
- Date of birth: Nov 8, 1921
- Date of passing: Feb 20, 2015
|Let the memory of Isabelle (Chris) be with us forever|
"Izzy, as she was know around our house, was my Great Aunt. She inspired me to go into high school athletics and showed my the type of legacy that one can leave in a life of service. She remained active until her last days, lived simply and enjoyed the company of others. I will miss her. She DID have some pretty excellent cars too!"
"Remembering the many times we sat together at St Tims on weekends when the awards were announced and you went to give out yours. I love the inspiration you provided me."
"Remembering Isabelle and all the wonderful ways she shared her life with so many. We miss you and are eternally grateful for all that you gave us. Always love, Anne"
"It's been one year, but I still feel you as if you are with us.
Love you Isabelle....."
"Dearest Aunt Isabelle..Thinking of you on your birthday and sending you love. We will always remember you with gratitude for all that you did for us as our amazing, caring, adventurous aunt.
Thank you, always love Anne and family"
"Miss Chris was great... Always there for all of us, ready with a kind word, always with a smile, always ready for a visit. She was a bright spot in my STS years. What an amazing person."
"Miss Chris stood for integrity and responsibility. She was kind and caring at the same time. Let me also mention compassionate. I am so grateful that she was in my life! Cecily Sharp-Whitehill, HMA Class of 1960"
"Chris was an inspiring teacher to me, a non athletic person. I was in touch with her from 7th grade in 1949 until this year, 2015. Chris was always cheerful and a friend, I often went back to reunions at St Tims just to be able to be in her company! If she had not got me to play hockey, I would not be going to Jazzercise 5 times a week now. The fact that she played tennis way into her 80s gives me discipline. Loved her! The picture I put on was taken at the 2006 reunion."
"The best Aunt one could wish for!Thanks for all the great times together: teaching me golf, boating, manners, and many more things. So many Christmases, other holidays. Good times will always be remembered.
I'll love you forever Isabelle."
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