Dear Peggy, Ken and family,
Our deepest sympathy to you in the loss of your father. We're thinking of you.
Sincerely, Bruce and Lynn MacGillivray
Deepest sympathy to all the McFadden Family!
François and Sandra Clément!
So sorry to hear of Basil's passing. Thinking about the family.
Linda and Boyd Millar
I’m so sorry to hear of Basil’s passing. He always had such a cheerful disposition, always cracking jokes. I have good memories of taking my girls to visit and ride horses and adopting a sweet feral barn cat (that my daughter named Fonzie Macaroni), as well as the card games and trip to Nova Scotia my sister mentioned. We will miss the loss of a dear family friend. With deepest sympathy,
Karen (MacDonald) Haig
Deepest sympathy to Ken ,Peggy & family
My sincere condolences to Doreen and family from the Girard family.
To Peggy Ken & all the family
So sorry to hear about your dad and grandpa. Our thoughts are with you.
Peggy, Ken, and all the family please accept our deepest condolences. We are thinking of you during this difficult time.
Sending my most heartfelt condolences to the McFadden family at this sad time. I have so many wonderful memories of Basil from when our families would get together. I always loved his humorous approach to life; he had a joke in his pocket for every occasion and always made me laugh. I loved it when he was our bus driver for school field trips! I will always remember that summer in Nova Scotia, staying up late laughing and playing cards, especially Hockey. Basil will be greatly missed and forever remembered. Sending big hugs to you all!
Sending sincerest sympathies and hugs to all of you during this difficult time xxoo
Our deepest sympathy to your family. May your memories sustain you during these difficult days
Peggy, Ken and the McFadden family,
Sincere sympathy to all of the family. Our thoughts are with you.
Doreen and family
Our deepest condolences, we have many fond memories of evenings playing crokinole, cards or just sitting around and chatting. Lots of laughs and good times when we got together. Basil was well loved and will be missed by many.
Debbie and Richard Desjardins
To the McFadden Family…
I want to express my condolences, Basil and your whole family always treated the Matthews like we were part of your amazing family and I will always have special memories of when we all got together growing up on Trim road. Basil you will be truly missed by all. P.S. I still remember the head stands on the chairs at the Navan dances…lol…it was always a highlight..rest in peace.
Dear Peggy, Ken and family,
Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of your father. Our thoughts are with you during this sad time.
Karen and Brian
Doreen, Gord and Lucy ,Colleen and the extended Mcfadden family,
So sad to hear about Basil's passing. Alot of great memories from the time we first met Basil (Connor's kindergarten bus driver) and Gord and Lucy and family in the arenas. Lots of fun visits after.
Sending our condolences to all of Basil's loved ones.
Dan O'Meara and family.
Condolences to family, a nice man who will be missed my many.
Please accept our deepest condolences specially to Peggy ,Ken and family
Adélard et Huguette Cholette
Deepest sympathies … may the many cherished memories assist you all through the difficult times. Please extend my condolences to Eileen and Inez xxoo
My sincere sympathy to the family. Remembering the great memories helps to ease the pain of loss. Sending prayers your way.
I will miss your visits and your great smile and all of our good memories we shared together will miss you dearly from your loving cousin Jean Lennox (Forgie)
Our sincere sympathy to the McFadden family!
Catherine Armstrong and Mary Lou Duval
A Tree of Remembrance has been planted in Memory of Basil by Mark and Lisa Henderson
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Basil will always be remembered for his smile and gentle humour. Fred & Jean Muggleton
Our sincere condolences Peggy & Ken and to all the family
Please accept our deepest condolences. Only great memories of Basil. He brought the best out in me and was a great friend and mentor.
I always enjoyed talking to Basil. He use to poke fun at my (very) British accent. And he loved to tell me that his mother was from Norfolk. I remember him as a very gentle person who was always ready to share a joke or have a bit of fun. I made the mistake of throwing a snowball at him once - I missed - he didn't - he was an excellent shot. David Grattan