Bazin, Earlien Dorothy (n. Sangster)
Earlien Bazin of Sarnia in her 70th year passed away peacefully at Bluewater Health in Sarnia on July 1, 2021. Earlien was the beloved wife of Clair Bazin (2021) for 35 years. Dear sister of Mary Anne Hewer (Edward 2020) and fondly remembered by her nieces Tracie Cavanagh (Robert) of London, Tara Lynn Paton (Richard) Mossley, and Catarina Shyne of Strathroy, and her 5 great-nieces and many friends. Predeceased by her sister Margaret Nurse (2021) and her nephew Martyn Shyne (1993). Cremation has taken place and a Service of Remembrance will be held at a later date. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online in “Earlien’s Guestbook” at mccormackfuneralhomesarnia.com. If desired, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.
Cremation has taken place and a Service of Remembrance will be held at a later date.
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sorry to hear . i loved her working for me at krammers taxi.
I had the pleasure of working with Earl at Krammers Taxi. I was usually her relief. We shared many of laughs over the years. Rest In Peace Earl, you and Clair are back together now. I’m sure he welcomed you with your favourite song.
Our deepest sympathy my mom and I will miss Earlien very Much
Kristine (Callfas) Martelle
Rest in Peace Earlien. “Gone too soon. Rest in peace my friend.” ... “You are always loved and never forgotten ...
So sorry for your loss. I knew Clair growing up in Bright's Grove And going to school with them. We just lived down the street from One another. RIP Earlien you are now with Clair again for life
Tracie and Robert Cavanagh
My Dear Aunt She She, You always did and always will hold a special place in my heart. I am going to miss you desperately, but I am thankful for the time that we did have together. I have so many great memories with you starting when I was just a young child. You would colour beautiful pictures with me for hours on end. You would take me out for lunch on my birthdays and have me pick out a special present every year. I still fondly remember one birthday I shared with you and Uncle Clair in my early 20’s and it was one of the best birthday’s I can recall. This year you surprised me again with a dozen red roses to celebrate my milestone “50th” birthday. In the last several months I have especially enjoyed our phone chats and laughs that you would have with both Rob and me. You were a kind, caring and thoughtful soul who was such a social butterfly that made friends easily and I am sure that all they share my sentiments. I love you and I will miss you very much Aunt She She. Until we meet again, Tracie, Rob, Jenna and Lauren xoxo