Vintage 1950s red pullover sweater, a classic! Ribbed waistband, cuffs and neckline. Made of 100% virgin wool.
1950s cardigan – kitten sweater – Glenayr Kitten Brand cardigan – gold and brown houndstooth – preppy – vintage cardigan
Glenayr Kitten Vintage Womens Cardigan, Womens Blue Sweater, Sz 16 Wool Polyester Top, Made in Canada Sweater Cardigan
This is a gorgeous 100% wool Sweater made by Glenayr KITTEN. Features an argyle pattern of beige, mustard and brown.
Elaine Louise Dick
January 29, 1935 – May 02, 2013
Obituary for Elaine Louise Dick-Glenayr Knitting Mill Alumni
Elaine Louise Dick (Maiden name Dean) Born in Toledo, Ontario on January 29th, 1935 – Passed away in Lanark, Ontario on May 2nd, 2013 Elaine, who cherished her family, passed away at home with her husband, daughter, and grandson, at the age of 78 years old, following a difficult battle with cancer and will be sadly missed. Elaine had 12 brothers and sisters, and was the second oldest daughter of the late Albert Dean and Nellie (Catchpole) of Plum Hollow, Ontario.
When Elaine was in her early 30s, she left Ontario and travelled to Didsbury, Alberta to marry Calvin Jack Dick. For 40 years, she worked a variety of jobs alongside her husband on a small mixed beef farm. Elaine had fond memories of being a caregiver in the Didsbury Region and described it as a job that gave her much joy.
Prior to her move west, she spoke often of her time spent as a “mender” at the Glenayr Knitting Mill in Lanark, Ontario where she worked after her mother’s death when she returned home, from Toronto, to help her father care for her younger siblings. In 2007, Elaine and Calvin moved back to Lanark, Ontario where she spent the last few years of her life surrounded by her siblings, numerous nieces, and nephews. She will be greatly missed by her immediate family. Elaine loved to dance, enjoyed music and concerts, playing cards, was a gifted knitter and canner, and took every opportunity to travel to various places. She enjoyed spending time with her family, friends and was a dedicated grandmother. Elaine is survived by her husband Calvin, daughter Talva, and grandson Ethan. She is pre-deceased by her parents and siblings; Gerald, Joy, George, and Sharon. She is survived by her siblings Charles, Gary, Ross, David, Albert, Richard, Randy, and Debra.
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