OBITUARY

Freda Margaret Martin

February 5, 1949June 21, 2018

Freda passed away peacefully in Port Coquitlam, BC, June 21st, 2018, with her family by her side. Born in Fredericton, NB, February 5th, 1949, her early years were lived in NB; Navan, Ontario; and Mt Unicke, NS. She was a very talented, creative, caring, charismatic and vibrant lady....a true Aquarius, always excelled at anything she attempted.

Family was very important to Freda. She will be fondly remembered and greatly missed by her sons Tyler (Natalie), Bradley and Clinton; her daughter Heather (Sean) Davie; and her 9 grandchildren Allie, Emily, Charlotte, Henry, Logan, Damon, Vallah, Thayodin and Nathan; her sisters Diana (Mort) MacDonnell, and Shirley (Peter) Out; her many nieces and nephews, and the many others who loved and cared for her. She was predeceased by her parents Fred and Peggy Grey, her sister Carol (Jerry) Hamelin and her brother Jim (Sandy) Grey, and also her former husband Peter Martin. It was a long and courageous battle with Alzheimer’s that robbed Freda of her future years and took her from us way too soon.

In lieu of flowers donations in Freda's honour can be made to the Alzheimer Society.

http://alzheimer.ca/en/bc/Get-involved/Ways-to-donate

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, June 29, 2018
REMEMBERING

Freda Margaret Martin

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Helen McWilliams

July 23, 2018

Diana, Shirley, Tyler, Bradley, Clinton and Heather & families

Sorry to hear of Freda's passing. She was a very creative and talented lady.
Many memories from the Navan days.
May your many memories comfort you at this time.
James & Helen McWilliams

Marguerite Sklarchuk

July 13, 2018

Sad to hear of Freda's passing... brings back great memories of working with her... she was a great co- worker with a beautiful smile and laugh....
I also remember how great a mother Freda was, her children were so important to her and brought her so much joy....
I know she will be missed ...

Diana MacDonnell

June 28, 2018

Dear Dear Sister,
We loved you yesterday
We love you still
We always have
And we always will

Xoxo
Diana and Shirley