In Loving Memory

of

Myrna Elizabeth Eva Fraser

Born in Fort Coulonge, Quebec

June 13, 1940

Died in Sarnia, Ontario

July 23, 2018

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Fraser, Myrna

Peacefully, with her daughters by her side, on Monday July 23, 2018 at Bluewater Health in Sarnia, at the age of 78. Myrna was the long-time partner of Arthur Speed for 35 years. Loving mother of Kimberley Fraser and her husband James McCulloh, Lisa Johnson, and step-mother of Jarrod Speed (Tracy). Cherished Nanny of Hailey Johnson, Kiera Johnson, Nathan Speed, Nick Speed and Alex Speed. She will be sadly missed by her sisters Constance Hoffman (Daniel) and Heather Saar (Michael). Predeceased by her parents Jean & Keith Tate. As a nurse, mom touched many lives in Sarnia, first at St Joseph’s Hospital before working the majority or her career with the VON. Cremation has taken place. Friends will be received at McCormack Funeral Home – Stewart Chapel, 254 George Street (at College Avenue) for memorial visitation on Thursday July 26 from 7-9 pm. A Celebration of Life will be held at St Luke’s United Church (350 Indian Road) on Friday July 27 at 11 am. Remembrances and condolences may be expressed to the family online on “Myrna’s Guestbook” at mccormackfuneralhomesarnia.com. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be gratefully appreciated.

Obituary Announcement

Services

Visitation

Thursday July 26, 2018

McCormack Funeral Home

7-9 pm

Funeral Service

Friday July 27, 2018

St Luke's United Church

11 am.

Disposition

Cremation

Lakeview Crematorium.

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We share in your sorrow in the passing of a lovely lady. We will miss her warm smile at church.

Larry & Allison McLaren

lmclaren6@cogeco.ca

So sorry for your loss. Myrna was a wonderful person and her nursing expertise was always appreciated at VON but her kindness and sincerity were her greatest virtues.

Vonda DenBoer

vjwhite29@gmail.com

The loss of Myrna will be felt by many, she was a dear friend and I am grateful to have known her. Her laughter will always ring in my ears. She loved her girls, and her grandchildren, may your wonderful memories help carry you in your grief! Art will also be missing his best friend. My deepest condolences to you all!

Glenda Weaver Duguid

glendaweaverdugid@gmail.com

My sincere sympathy Art, Kim Lisa and family Myrna was a great nursing classmate, I have many wonderful memories and always enjoyed getting together with her at reunions. Thoughts and prayers with you at this sad time.

Marilyn Delarge

mardelarge@outlook.con

OMG - we were shocked at the news. So sorry, our deepest Blessings and Condolences - Kimmy & Lisa. Even though we did not see each other often - Myrna always had a Special Place in our hearts. She & Doug we’re John & David’s Godparents and our Heather was named after your Aunt Heather. Love always - the Robson Family

Janice Robson

jrobson@villageofpointedward.com

Sincere and heart felt sympathy for your loss.I trained with Myrna in Renfrew and have great memories of those years. Will miss her wonderful smile at our summer get togethers .Remember her kindness and goodness. Darleen

Darleen Campbell

darleenecampbell@gmail.com

We were at a loss for words when we heard of your mother death. Such a sweet lady Myrna was, always such a big smile & hug for us when we would see her. Please accept our condolences Kim, Lisa & families. Thought & prayers are with you. Peter & Barb Witt

Peter & Barbara Witt

wittscan@gmail.com

My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time. I knew Myrna from the Alzheimer Support Group that we both attended over the past few years. She was always so sweet and caring. She had a constant smile and a genuine concern for others. Everyone at the Group was upset to hear of her passing. We will all miss her.

Linda Cottrell

lindadcottrell@gmail.com

Dear Heather, Connie and families along with Myrna's family. Hugs to all of you. Myrna was the first child I met when we were neighbours of your parents. Myrna was in grade one. My Mother was her teacher. Your Mother babysat me occasionally. I was just a toddler. My parents were very fond of Myrna and valued your family's friendship.

Helen Harwood (Anderson)

harwoodclyne@xplornet.com

So very sorry to hear of Myrna's death. I last saw her in August 1987 at the Westmeath Public School reunion and it was so nice to see her . She is my first cousin and we were in school together and went skating together as kids . Would love to be able to see you all at this time. I am the same age as Myrna and her death makes me aware of the uncertainty of our lives. Please know you are all in my thoughts and prayers and may be blessed with comfort in the days and months ahead! Cousin Betty Tate Slump Ottawa Ontario

Elizabeth Slump

e.slump@rogers.com

Sorry to hear about Myrna l only knew her through Morwoods she was nice person and will be missed by all.

Joe and Marlene Nauta

nautafarms@bell.net

So sorry to hear about Myrna, Art. She was such a wonderful person. Joan & Jean McKeown

Joan & Jean McKeown

jmckeown12@cogeco.ca

Lisa and Kim, I've known your mom (and you) all my life, though it's been a long time since we've met face to face. She was a faithful friend to my mother through thick and thin and she will be deeply missed. I always remember her laugh and "Oh golly!" In particular I remember when we all went to Niagara Falls and had such a great time. I'm keeping you both in my prayers.

Karen Pennesi

kpennesi@gmail.com

Sincere sympathy to all of you , great memories of our dear friend ,Myrna who we loved so much and cherished her friendship we talked almost every day ,thinking of all and praying your given the strength to get through this difficult time

Carol,Allan Morwood

morwood.carol046@sympatico.ca

Remembering Myrna as a caring nurse, friend and co-worker. we shared many good times and stories at VON and relived them at coffee times in retirement. Rest in peace Myrna Pat Gleason

Pat Gleason

patgleason@cogeco.ca

Your Mom and I as you trained together in Renfrew Victoria Hospital and had many unforgettable memories then and always. Havent seen you girls since you were infants but Man Mum was crazy about you both. I just want to offer my deepest sympathy I for her loss. May God wrap his arounds around you tight and give you peace and comfort as you grieve. Sorry Im at a loss here as what to say as its been a shock but I will be praying for you both and the rest of the family Love Pearl

Pearl Jaekel( McIntyre)

pearl.jaekel@gmail.com

Words cannot express how saddened I am to hear of the passing of Myrna. I hope you find comfort is knowing what a wonderful person Myrna was. We had many laughs with the Lioness club, with VON and even after I left for the dark side of Home care. Myrna has left a great legacy.

Marilyn Smith

marilynsmith260@gmail.com

Lisa, Kim and Art, my sincerest condolences to all of you. I loved Myrna and will remember her fondly for how much fun we had with her and you as kids and for the amazing friend she has been to Mom for all these years. She was so much fun to be around. I'm sorry I can't be with you now. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Sending you all love, Gina

Gina Pennesi

pennesig@hotmail.com

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