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Margaret Whittle

Margaret Jean Whittle (Wilson)

Friday, November 18th, 1927 - Sunday, November 22nd, 2020
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Whittle, Margaret Jean
1927 - 2020

Whittle, Margaret Jean [Wilson] - Passed away peacefully at Tri-Town Extendicare Nursing Home, Sunday, November 22, 2020 at the age of 93 years.

Mrs Whittle was born at Cobalt on November 18, 1927 the daughter of the late Robert Wilson and the late Margaret Craig. She was a long standing and devout member of the Haileybury and District Baptist Church. Remembered as someone who embraced everybody, Mrs Whittle had adopted many children as her grandchildren.

Predeceased by her parents and her husband John Whittle. Left to mourn are her step-daughters: Betty [Patrick] Ward and Kathy [Nyarko] Price; six grandchildren and many great-grandchildren.

The family thanks Dr Don Davies and the Staff of Tri-Town Extendicare Nursing Home for the excellent care given.

It was her wish that her body be donated to the Ottawa University Hospital for research. Due to Covid 19 restrictions, a memorial service will be held at a later date when it is safe for everyone to gather. Memorial contributions to the Haileybury and District Baptist Church will be gratefully acknowledged. Condolences and contributions may be left at www.buffamleveille.com.
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Tina Stephens

Posted at 11:18am
I was sad to hear Jean passed away. I have fond memories of visiting Jean and her Mom Marg and later Johnny , when I was a little girl living in New Liskeard in the 60’s with my family. They really spoiled me and always made me feel special. My parents Gerald & Doris Kelly met Jean through church and valued her friendship. We kept in touch over the years and I will remember Jean as being thoughtful, kind and caring to her family and friends and I am sure she will be missed by anyone who knew her.
Tina Stephens

Dianne Gordon

Posted at 05:29pm
Jean was a dear friend of my Mom Phyllis Milroy (nee Tresidder) and my Grandmother Beatrice Tresidder. As a young girl Jean taught me in Sunday School and I always enjoyed being at my Gramma T’s when she came by for a visit and tea. Jean was a lovely, kind lady who loved the Lord. I will miss the warm hugs and chats we had as we met over the years. Three generations of fondness and respect for a wonderful person. My sincerest condolences to Jean’s loved ones.
Dianne Tresidder Milroy Gordon

Therese Dower

Posted at 03:06pm
Jean was a true lady, gentle and kind with a huge sense of fairness and kindness. She would never think of taking advantage of anyone. Many times over the years I would see her walking on those very cold winter days all bundled up with only her face exposed. She was fast with an inviting smile confirming that she was happy to see you. A privilege indeed to have known her.

David de Vries

Posted at 07:18pm
Our condolences on behalf of Gladys de Vries and family. Mom has many fond memories of Jean and her Mom during our years at Haileybury Baptist Church where Dad was a Pastor. We know Jean will be with the Lord. Sincerely, David de Vries and family.

Marion Pannell

Posted at 03:56pm
Sincere condolences to Jean's family, Jean was a wonderful women of faith and she lived her faith everyday! She was very special! I know she will be missed by those that had the privilege of knowing her.

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