Condolence: Dear Lori, Leah, & Jeffrey
We are so sorry to hear of Reid’s passing. He has left you all with the wonderful legacy of a father and friend who demonstrated great strength despite his struggles. Our hope is that your memories will bring you peace and comfort.
Hugs to you all,
Jean & Gord Crawford
Condolence: We are so sorry on the passing of Reid. He was one of our favourite cousins. We thoroughly enjoyed Reid’s company 7 years ago when he and his brothers and other family members visited us in Calgary. We enjoyed the Stampede and touring around this area. The memories will last us a lifetime. Live Murray and Leanna Swinton
Condolence: Our sincere condolences for your loss. Reid was a unique character with a great sense of humour. His mischievous smile and heartfelt laughter were his calling cards. Our memories of Reid will always focus on his love of family and friends, and of course sharing many laughs together whenever we got together. May God bless you all during this difficult time.
Condolence: Reid was a one of a kind,always finding a way to make you laugh. I have many memories of parties and weekends at the cottage that still make me smile. He will be missed but he will still make me smile... my thoughts are with you all
Condolence: Dear Brenda, Randy & Johnson family,
Please accept our sincere condolences for the loss of your brother. Thinking of you at this sad time and hoping you’ll remember all the good times
Luisa & Andre
Condolence: My deepest sympathy to the family. Reid was a customer at the pub, and my friend. Such a kind, funny man. Always positive, when others were down. He brought laughter to the barstools. I'll miss you Mr. MGoo.
Condolence: Reid was truly one of a kind. He will always be remembered as genuine, caring, resilient and for that lightning quick sense of humour! Our deepest condolences to his loved ones. We will all miss him.
Donna & Ed