Interviewer: Janet Muise
Avryle Wilson expresses a deep regard for the people she came to know throughout the build and her time in their co-op built neighbourhood.
Avryle is sitting in a chair there are candles to the left
[JANET – off camera] So basically, you feel like you’re a Grimsby girl after all these years?
[AVRYLE] Oh yes, not born and bred but bred, certainly. One thing I would like to say about the co-op is the people that I met from all groups and the camaraderie that we always shared. I think we were one of the luckiest groups.
[JANET – off Camera] I think so too and especially as the children feel that way, so I think that’s a testament to all of you, what you provided to all of us. Thank you for saying that. I think it’s what many feel but you have said it very nicely. I’m going to call you Mrs. Wilson but I also thank you Avryle. Thank you for telling us about Doug and his work and telling us about your life here.
[AVRYLE] Thank you. You are very welcome Janet