Viola Carole Annable (nee Way)

April 14, 1947 to December 19, 2018


Passed away peacefully on Wednesday December 19th at the Dr. L. A. Miller Center, Viola Carole Annable, age 71 years. Predeceased by her husband Guy Annable, parents Gertrude and James way, brother Edgar Way, and sisters Edna MacIsaac and Louise Kettle. Leaving to mourn, but with many happy memories, daughter Gillian, son Paul (Kelly) and two precious grandchildren Nathan and Olivia, and brother Fred Way.



2:00pm, Saturday December 22nd

The Carnell Memorial Chapel
329 Freshwater Road
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Paul and Gillian,
I was shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of your mother. She was a lovely lady. The last time I spoke with her was a year ago while collecting for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. We chatted about health issues and about school for quite a while. Since hearing of her passing, I feel sad every time I pass by your home here on Oakridge. To have lost both parents is truly a heartache. May their legacy of love be a source of comfort in the days and weeks ahead. God bless you.

Paul and Gillian
I was deeply saddened to learn of your mother’s passing. She was a great support to me, when i started at MDJH as a beginning teacher. We spent many hours planning Math and science classes together. We did a lot of laughing. Your mother was a kind hearted , creative lady who always strived for excellence in both learning and teaching. She was deeply committed to her family and was very proud of you both. My deepest condolences on your loss.

I wish to extend my very sincere sympathy to the family. I met Vi many years ago. Both of us lived at Bishop Jones Hostel and shared the same dorm. We became good friends and had lots of fun!!!!
A very pleasant lady and I cherish the memories
that we made .
Sincerely, Sabdra(Goodyear) Knight

Dear Paul,
Sincere sympathy on the loss of your mom. I didn’t realize she was so sick. Whenever we talked, she proudly updated me on your successful career; we both remembered that I’d taught you in grade 9. Condolences also to Gillian.

Paul & Gillian. . So sorry to hear about your mother’s passing. We were teaching colleagues in Glovertown for many years. She was a good person. Thoughts &sprayers are with your family at this sad time.

So very sorry for your loss. I taught with Viola many years ago. She was a lovely lady and very passionate about teaching. She will be missed.

Viola was a wonderful team teacher with me for many years at MacDonald Drive Junior High. There are so many good memories . Condolences to all the family. May she Rest In Peace .
Louisa & Sterling Hoddinott

Gillian and Paul,,. So sorry to hear about your mom.Rrmember her well from our teaching days is Glovertown. Deepest sympathy and God Bless.

Gillian, Paul and families:

So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. On behalf of the former residents of Bishop Jones Memorial Hostel of which she was a proud member, we wish to extend our deepest condolences. May God bless and comfort you all in the difficult days ahead as you deal with your loss.

Paul and Gillian , we are so sad to hear about your mom. We have so many wonderful memories of our time together in Glovertown. You are in our thoughts and prayers during these difficult days. Love from us both.

Fred, please accept my sincerest condolences. Sorry for your, our loss.
Cecil Young