Violet Forgo

Violet Margorie Forgo

The Family of VIOLET MARGORIE FORGO sadly announce her unexpected passing. Violet’s death comes far too soon for Joe, her husband and soul mate of 50 years. He will miss holding her, dancing with her and having her finish his sentences. Violet raised her children through both blessed and difficult times and left them with lessons of unconditional love and acceptance. She was patient and steadfast in all areas of her life, whether in her role as a parent, or in her role as an award winning craftswoman. For those that became extended family, Vi welcomed and held them forever in her heart. Vi, Violet, Mom, Grandma Forgo, Nana, we will miss your smile, your hugs, your “I love you’s”. Thank you for all you gave. Violet was predeceased by her sisters Joan and Cathy. Vi leaves behind her beloved husband Joe, sons Rod, Kelvin and Randy (Elise), daughter Coby (Ron), and daughter-in-law Heidi. She will be missed by sister Irene and Aunt Irene and in-laws Betty, Frank and Ann, Elsie and Nick. She will be missed by grandchildren Kristy, Logan, Ricky, Kari, Tyler, John, Alexis, Carter, Aniko and great-granddaughter Alleya. Special moments will be missed with DeeDee, Chryssi, Wendee and Emilee, Vicki, Theresa, Doug and Isabel, Helga and Pete, Edna and Judy, Dorothy and Irene, Mark G., Lola W., Liz H., Pat A., Louise D., Len and Jean, Dick and Ester, Joe and Lynne, Eddie and Dawna, Les and Flo, Frank and Loise, Joe and Margarette, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, the zany ladies from Timeout and many others who’s hearts she touched. The family wishes to thank Misty and the exceptional doctors and nurses on ICU. A celebration of Violet’s life will take place at Vernon Christian Fellowship (behind Canadian Tire) 4507 29th Street Vernon, BC on Wednesday June 6th from 1:00pm-4:00pm (approxametly). We will appreciate your sharing of your moments and memories of Vi. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Dystonia Foundation or the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

“Okay, so long. Goodbye. Take care. Love ya. Bye-bye.”