The Globe and Mail article Wendys family, neighbours and friends were devastated to hear the news about her father.
They were devastated that she would be unable to see her father again, and that the death of her husband would have had such a devastating impact on them.
“She is a very, very good, caring woman,” said neighbour Brenda Wilson.
“But she is a good mother.
She is a great mother.
It’s not going to go away.”
She also hopes that the information given by police about the informant, and the information shared by police and the media, can lead to the identification of the people responsible for the death.
“We have to do a lot of hard work to find out who they are,” said Wilson.
Wendys brother, Joe, also hopes the information can lead investigators to identify the people who have been responsible for her father’s death.
She was last seen in the morning of February 19, the day of the death, in her car parked in her sister’s driveway, where she left her car keys behind.
It is believed she has not been seen since.
“It’s been like that for years,” said Joe Wendys, her brother’s uncle.
“People just never come forward.
And now it’s over.
And it’s going to be over.”
Wendys funeral will be held Saturday at the family’s hometown of Boca Raton.
The Wendys have not been told where the next of kin will be.
The family is asking for privacy and privacy for the family.
Wendies father, James Wendys was a well-known local businessman who had a large business, and a successful career in business, including in Toronto.
His death comes at a time when the city is under a massive police investigation into the deaths of two of its most prominent figures: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair.
Both men have been charged with second-degree murder.
Ford is expected to appear in court on Tuesday, after his lawyer declined to comment.
The city of Toronto is also investigating a separate murder that occurred in Boca and the alleged involvement of the informant in that murder.
Police have said that the informant provided them with the information that led to the arrests of the two men.
The informant, who police have not named, also has been charged in connection with a separate killing in Bexley, Ont.
The woman has not yet been charged, but she is believed to be related to one of the suspects in the Bexle-Branford homicide.
*****************Police: Two suspects in Bayswater killing linked to informant source The Toronto Star article Baysview, Ont., police have identified two men they say are being linked to a murder of a woman in Bainsport.
Inspector Mark Sussman said in a news release Tuesday that investigators are “aware of two persons of interest” in connection to the death that occurred on February 19.
“One of the individuals is believed in connection” to the murder, he said.
Sussman did not say how the two suspects were linked to the case.
On February 21, the Baysville resident was found dead at the home of her sister, Kathy, and husband, James.
The coroner has ruled the death a homicide.
Kathy was also the only person who was home at the time.
Police said in the release that the two male suspects are both being sought on murder charges.
Investigators have also identified a second suspect in connection.
The woman’s husband, Joseph, is charged with first-degree second-guessing in connection in the death and is due in court Wednesday.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Mark Siegel at 416-808-2134 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 416.-222-TIPS (8477).