Always In Our Hearts
Aaron was an awesome teammate and friend who we first got to know back in 2009! He always had a smile and a greeting for everyone and was famous for sincerely asking questions about you and your family. Aaron cared deeply for those in his circle and went out of his way to express that with hugs, phone calls and messages. He loved to play hockey with the Condors and also enjoyed many other sports and activities and was a prolific creator of beaded necklaces and bracelets as well as an avid music lover! We lost Aaron during a family party, while he was dancing and laughing and having a great time - and although it reassures and comforts us to know that his last moment of awareness was one of pure joy and fun, we are so heart-broken for his loss. We will continue to remember and honour our teammate and friend by spending time with our loved ones and making sure that they know how much they mean to us, by not waiting till next time to share our feelings and thoughts with them, by living each moment with joy and expectation. You will never be forgotten, Aaron, and are forever a Condor.
Catherine will be terribly missed by the entire Capital City Condors family. She was an incredible support to us from our very first skate back in the summer of 2008, just like Roseanne was, when she came to the Beckwith rink with Isaac! She encouraged us to make our little summer hockey day camp a real team and was instrumental in building the community of families we now know as the Condors. She was an amazing mom to her boys, a dedicated and capable nurse, a gifted baker and an incredible friend to so many. Shaun, Isaac, Stephane, Ian and Tracy and the entire Frederick and Anderson families, please know that she will always be remembered and will always be in our hearts. Catherine, you are forever a Condor.
Robbie joined the Condors 2009 and from that point on came to every single Condors practice, game, and event with his huge beautiful smile! It was a joy to see Robbie grow in both stature and ability over the years. Robbie loved hockey and loved his team and we loved him, he was a joy to coach. He had many Condors friends and both he and his mom, Dianne, were the first to volunteer whenever there was a need. Robbie was not only an athlete and animal-lover, but a talented artist. Many of us cherish the beautiful works of art Robbie created and many a bidding war was had at the annual golf tournament for one of Robbie's paintings, one particular piece selling for $1000! We will always remember Robbie's drive, his love of all things hockey, his kindness to others, his warm hugs, his amazing red hair, and his smile. You are gone far too soon, Robbie, and we will keep you in our hearts always. Robbie, you are forever a Condor.
Roseanne will be terribly missed by the entire Capital City Condors family. She was an incredible support to us from our very first skate back in the summer of 2008 when she brought Ryan to the rink each morning! She encouraged us to make our little summer hockey day camp a real team and was instrumental in building the community of families we now know as the Condors. She was an amazing mom to her boys, a terrific wife to Will, and an incredible friend to many. She inspired us first with her talent in art, her zest for life (how about that motorcycle!), and finally, in her long courageous battle. Will, Ryan, Ben, and Kevin: know that she will always be remembered and will always be in our hearts. Roseanne, you are forever a Condor.