Your mom was a great person to know! Shared many laughs with her and you dad!
She loved you to the moon and back and was so proud of you and the man you have become!
She left her mark and was loved! May she rest in peace!
In loving memory of Mrs. Lynda Jean Enouy (nee Tait). She was predeceased by her husband Bill and her nephew Joey. She is survived by her son Drew, Sister Sandra Schmidt (Brian), and Brother John Tait. She is also remembered by her niece Megan (Alan), their children Fiona and Alice, plus nephews Gavin, Robert, and Christopher.
She will be remembered as someone with an extremely sharp wit and strong use of sarcasm to make her point known. As her husband, Bill once said she researches and gets to the root of most things. She had an extreme passion for reading. As a young person, she was proud of having skipped a grade in elementary school plus catching a 21lb Northern Pike and winning the rod and gun cup award. She was proud of her time spent working at K.L.C.V.I and the characters that she met there. She loved working out at the Kirkland Lake complex, downhill, and cross-country skiing.
The family would like to thank Liz Robazza, Dr. Jessica Moore, the whole team at the Kirkland Lake Hospital, and the numerous friends who helped get us through.
An old joke reads. A husband and wife are driving around in their hometown, where he is the Mayor. They stop to get some gas, whereupon the wife recognizes the station attendant as a high-school boyfriend. After they drive off, her husband tells her smugly “See, if you married him, you’d be working at a gas station” The wife replies, “If I’d married him, he’d be the Mayor.”