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TODD, Opal (née Bishop)


We have been deeply saddened by the death of our dear mother, Opal Todd. She passed away peacefully at Spring Valley Care Centre in Kelowna, BC on Monday, May 10, 2021. Predeceased by her husband Gordon; daughter Linda Harris; granddaughter Lisa Johnson; grandson Brian Harris; her parents; and ten siblings, Opal is survived by 3 children: Lorna Todd (Rawlin Brooks) of West Kelowna, John Todd (Sheryl Palm) of Burnaby, and Karen Todd of Nanaimo; 8 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and 3 great-great-grandchildren.

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  • Louise Plamondon Seaman says:

    My sincere sympathy on the loss of Opal. She was an awesome lady who loved life. I still recall Gordon and Opal and my Dad and Mom (Orance and Marie) and how much they loved to have fun. Losing a parent is hard, they are the one constant you have always had in your life. Cherish the memories, Todd family. Thinking of you all.

  • Germaine Plamondon DeCraene says:

    So sorry to hear of Opals passing. Heaven gained another angel who loved to have fun and dance. We have so many wonderful memories of Gordon and Opal. I’m sure they are hanging out with friends at the soul bar. Thinking of you all.

  • Penny Richey says:

    So sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing, She was a very sweet lad, so much fun and always a hearty laugh, It was so much fun when the sisters were together sharing stories and being silly. I especially remember the weekend that Cora and I flew to Ruth’s birthday and Opal came as well. Such fun, those ladies partied much longer than I. Not easy to keep up with them. Lots of great memories. Penny (Bishop) and Doug Richey

  • Kathy Otsig says:

    We are so sorry of Aunt Opals passing. Her and uncle Gordon were the closest of the relatives to us. We had so much fun with them. My mom (Ruth) and Opal were very close. I loved her very much and think of her often. I also remember the weekend of moms 80th birthday and the crazy Bishop sisters coming to town…We had so much fun. Opal you will be remembered for a long, long time! Rest In Peace. Stan & Kathy Otsig, Abbottsford, BC

  • Faye & Kenzie MacLeod says:

    so sad to hear of Aunt Opals passing. Lots of great memories of family get togethers with piano, singing and lots of stories and laughter. The end of a generation! Sincere sympathy to Lorna, Gordon and Karen and families. May you find comfort in all your happy memories, Sincere sympathy Faye & Kenzie MacLeod, Cochrane, Alberta

  • Barry Bishops says:

    Heartfelt condolences to the Todd cousins and extended family. I got to see Aunt Opal on rare occasions (i.e.Bishop reunions) due to distance separation (Sask./Alta to BC) but when I got to see her I thoroughly enjoyed her company. She was totally loving and fun. Opal and I were paired up as horseshoe partners at the family reunion at Uncle Ole’s with l0w success and high fun.. I will always remember Aunt Opal with the same fondness and love she always showed me.

  • MP Tracy Gray says:

    I am very sorry for your loss and wish your family strength during this difficult time.
    Tracy Gray, Member of Parliament, Kelowna – Lake Country

  • Darcie Couttie says:

    Condolences to all of Opals family, I remember going to her house to get some kittens for our farm … and she gave us perfume lotion from Avon!! She was a kind lady, Mom really enjoyed visits with her. I had not seen her in years.

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