Inez Marie Kaufmann

3 April, 192721 August, 2020

Inez passed peacefully at Jackman Manor Residence on August 21, 2020. She is survived by her 5 sons - Gerald (Evelyn), Steven (June), Kevin (Susan), Jonathan (Tracy), Shawn - and 1 daughter - Colleen (Dale) , 12 grandchildren, and numerous great grandchildren.

A Service of Remembrance will be held on Friday, September 18th, 2020 at Victory Memorial Park Funeral Centre, at 1:00pm.

The family would like to invite those who are unable to attend in person to take part via livestream by following the link below.


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Laura Croutch

18 September 2020

Listening to the memories of my family, I am reminded of many things that Granny has done for our family. I am so thankful for every home-cooked meal, every holiday spent together, and every life skill that has been passed down. I remember spending a lot more time with Granny as a child than in recent years. I will always remember the Walmart and Superstore trips with her. Granny always bought me a new outfit, and she would see me eyeballing the candy in the checkout line, even though she didn't want to spend the money, she could never say no to me! So I would always get a little treat, but I would have to save it for "after supper". She always made sure that me, my brother and sister were all happy, well fed and well taken care of. Granny was a mother of many, who also taught the many how to mother. Her strength, wisdom, and kindness will never be forgotten. Love you Granny. I hope you and Grandpa Willie can finally rest in peace together.

Nicole Stevens

18 September 2020

Sending our love and prayers to all of Auntie Inez’s family. I remember as a child her warm embrace as she snuggled me in for a loving hug. I would be excited when Auntie would be coming for a visit and knowing we would be able to spend time together. I loved all the stories she told about the family and especially baking pita bread with her. She always took that extra time to make all of us girls feel special. Every time we were able to see Auntie Inez was very precious and wished it would have been more frequent. We will miss you Auntie , forever in our hearts. Love you. Nicole, Dean, Taylor and Eric

Natalie Kirstein

18 September 2020

My deepest condolences to Auntie Inez’s family. Auntie Inez and Willie would always come and visit when we were younger, she always took the time to make pita’s with us girls. Always enjoyed their visits , the stories she would tell of the family, and the history she had a passion for. You will be missed auntie Inez. Love Natalie and Family.

Noleen Kasey

18 September 2020

Dear sister Inez,
We will all miss you. Eventually we will all be together. So many great memories of our family growing up together. You raised a beautiful family and we know you were always proud of them.
We love you and you will always be in our prayers.

Noleen, Ted and Mike.

Mike Lefebvre

17 September 2020

Condolences to Inez’s family from Mike & Linda Lefebvre. When we heard of Aunt Inez passing Linda and I recalled when her and Willie appeared at our home. It was the late eighties or early nineties and they were making their way across Canada to Lucan Ont. Inez was into genealogy and wanted to research the Black Donnellys. They stayed for several days. We enjoyed their company as it was not often that family came to visit in our remote Northern Ontario community.

Clarence & Barb McParland

16 September 2020

My dear sister Inez loved to play cards and win. One time when they were visiting , the family got together to play the horse race game. Willie was extremely lucky and kept winning the pots.
Inez was fed up with Willie winning all of the time and insisted that he change seats with her. After Willie changed seats with her, you can guess what happened, he won again and again .
Inez insisted that she wanted her seat back. We all laughed and enjoyed our precious time together.

Rest in peace Inez. We love you.

Sheree Swindle

16 September 2020

Forty years ago, Aunt Inez kindly put me up for a few days when I first visited BC. She tried to convince me a career in insurance would be a good choice; alas it did not appear adventurous enough to my young 20 something mind. She was right of course; it would have been an excellent career choice. She did introduce me to the Okanagan life, and for that, I am grateful, as it remains a favourite for holiday adventures. I will miss updating her on news from Mattawa, Ontario, where my brother resides, as it was a favoured childhood town of hers. She had so many wonderful stories of the town’s history. I will miss her many stories.

Gail Sherman

15 September 2020

Aunt Inez was so very good to me and my two daughters Delaina and Julianne at the lowest time in my life. She and Uncle Willie dropped everything to help us and I will never forget the love and selflessness that was given without hesitation...Rest in Peace Dear Aunt Inez

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