Violet Arnott was still pulling weeds from her garden and driving her car six months before she died at age 93 in February 2012. For more than 20 years, Violet donated to The Scarborough Hospital as an annual donor and attended Foundation events every year. Upon her passing, Violet left the Foundation a generous $120,000 gift in her Will. “Anyone who crossed Vi’s path was better for it,” writes Gladys Snelling, who was a cousin to Gladys’ husband. “She enjoyed life and lived it with joy, compassion and integrity.” In honour of Violet’s legacy and dedication to The Scarborough Hospital, a waiting room in the Nuclear Medicine department has been named after her.