Mrs. Minnock or “Mrs.” as many referred to her was kind, gentle heart. She had a jolly laugh and was always up for either a cup of tea or maybe a taste — just a wee bit — of beer.
Learning how to repair my old house in Point Breeze, I quickly learned required lots of tools. I borrowed many from the Minnocks. Mrs. always sent me to her garage: “Get what you need; stop knocking...if the garage door is open, just use what you need then put it back. When you done come back for a tea.”
May you Rest In Peace and the meadows in heaven be as green as Ireland’s.
Hugs and love to the whole family.
Love and Hugs to the whole family. Peace to all. Buffy and Steve
So sorry for your loss. She will always be part of our memories of Willard Street, enjoying her tea, feeding the birds, tending her flowers and painting the steps.
Lots of love from the Taylors xx
Rest In Peace, Aileen! I wish I had known you longer.
Ann, Nula, Larry, Liam, Brendan, Joan and the rest of the family—- My deepest sympathies. Thank you for letting me be a part of Aileen’s life these past few months.