Audrey Doreen Mohlman
16 June, 1931 – 30 September, 2021
Audrey Mohlman (nee Dettman) passed away peacefully in her 90th year at Grand River Hospital of natural causes on September 30, 2021
She is survived by her son Denis Martin (Marg), and daughter Cynthia Braun (Jim), 2 step sons, David Mohlman and Richard Mohlman (Lori). 3 grandchildren Melissa, Theresa (Mark) and Steve (Emily). Five great grandchildren, Ashley (Scott), Jade, Will, Anderson and Sophie. Also two step grandchildren Sharlene and Brandon. She is predeceased by her first husband John Martin and her second husband Ronald Mohlman.
She loved cooking , enjoyed family get togethers, playing cards and travelling.
There will be a Celebration of her Life to be held at Westmount Memorial Celebration Centre, 1001 Ottawa Street South, Kitchener, Friday, October 15, 2021 from 2:00 - 4:00 pm
If you so desire, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.westmountfuneralchapel.com for the Mohlman family
- Canadian Cancer Society
Celebration of Life
Friday, 15 October , 2021
Audrey Doreen Mohlman
6 October 2021
I was deeply sorry to hear about the death of your Mother/Grandmother/Great Grandmother. My heart goes out to everyone in your time of sorrow.
I very much enjoyed Linda's Memory - what a gal Audrey was! We so enjoyed her notes at Christmas time when she would include a description of her most recent travels - she certainly had a life well lived - Bravo Audrey!
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.
With heartfelt sympathy,
Glenda Morden (nee Dettman)
P.S. Audrey's Dad and mine were brothers
Linda Murray Van Kooy
3 October 2021
Sincere condolences to Denis and Cindy and your families. Your Mom had been our Mom’s best friend since childhood and continued to be friends for a lifetime. When she came to visit it was always a fun time and us kids looked forward to her arrival with her boisterous laughs, bright red hair and tell it like it was style. We all loved her. She will be missed but lived a good life. May your memories comfort you. Just think our parents are up there all partying again❤️