Frances Mary Gavloski
17 abril , 1929 – 15 septiembre , 2020
With her devoted husband and family by her side, Fran passed away peacefully at McGarrell Place, in her 92nd year. Fran was born in London Ontario. Beloved Wife of Stanley Gavloski for 69 years. Dear, Loving Mother of Gary (Arlene), James (Brenda), Karen (Mark). Cherished Babcia of Marissa, Danielle, Jenna and Benjamin and her Great Grand Daughter Emilia. Predeceased by parents Joseph and Mary Cebulski and Brothers - Frank (Florence), Joseph (Marie), Larry (Noreen). Predeceased by her Dear Loving Sisters Jennie (Walter), and Jean (Victor). Also survived by many dear nieces and nephews. Fran was a devoted member of the St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, St. Joseph’s Catholic Women’s League, and long time member of St. Joseph’s Folk Choir. She was a dedicated volunteer for many years for Meals on Wheels and long standing member of the St. Pius 50 Club. Fran was a retired bank clerk, working in both London and Brantford Branches. She enjoyed her retirement years nurturing her love of gardening. Additionaly she had a passion for travel and following world events. Fran was known for her kind heart, loving spirit and incredible sense of fun, making the most of every moment she lived. Always full of gratitude, and a positive demeanor, she brought a smile to those she met. Always thoughtful and giving unto others, she was exemplary in teaching us the value of kindness. She was surrounded by loving family, and her life was enriched by the many wonderful friendships she enjoyed over the years. The family extends their sincere gratitude to Dr. Karen Lo and the entire staff at McGarrell Place for their wonderful care and compassion. In light of Covid-19, A private family service of Christian burial will be held at Our Lady of the Assumption Mausoleum, Holy Cross Cemetery, Paris on Saturday September 19th at 10:30 a.m. You will find a link for livestreaming with the funeral details below.VER MÁS VER MENOS
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