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Audrey Florence Freeland

14 novembre 192810 octobre 2021

Audrey Florence Freeland, age 92, of Victoria, British Columbia, passed away peacefully with her daughter by her side on Sunday, October 10, 2021. Audrey was born in Toronto, Ontario on November 14, 1928. Audrey was predeceased by and was a beloved wife of William Ralph Johnson Freeland (Fysh) for 52 years.

Very loved mother of Karl and Kathy (Stratford, ON), Kirk and Lynne (Ajax, ON), Karen (Victoria, BC) and Kent and Susan (Stony Plain, AB). Adored Gramma to Laura and Trevor, Kimberley and James, Stacey and Andrew, Kendra, Richard, Kristin and Kyle. Great Gramma (GG) to Calliope, Fletcher, Ronin, Silas, Elliot and Sebastian.

Audrey was a long-time member of Calvary Baptist Church in Toronto and was a guest member of the Men’s Bible Class under the pseudonym “Charlie”. Audrey was affectionately known as “Mom” to literally hundreds of young people through her many years at Camp Manitomono on Georgian Bay.

A Memorial Service will be planned in the future at Calvary Baptist Church to celebrate Mom’s life. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

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Kate Milligan

19 octobre , 2021

Mom, and the whole Freeland family had a profound impact on the lives of many children who have grown into amazing people. Thank you for so many lessons learned and so many memories made at Camp Manitomono. Mom and Fysh are always in my heart. Big hugs. Sending you lots of love. Matie Killigan

Robert Maddocks

17 octobre , 2021

My sincere condolences to the entire Freeland family at this very sad time. I have found it nearly impossible to summarize in just a few choice words, the impact Audrey Freeland has had on my life over the nearly 50 years that I had the privilege of knowing her and having her as a very dear friend. I was welcomed into her family in a way that no one else has even come close. She loved openly and fully. Most important to me was you always knew where you stood with her. She kept very short accounts. I will never forget her.
Rest in Peace.

John Gordon

14 octobre , 2021

I have many fond memories of your mother from Calvary Baptist Church and Camp Manitomono. My deepest condolences.

John Gordon
Toronto

Patricia and George Dewar

13 octobre , 2021

Your mother touched many lives and will long be remembered. Our condolences to the entire family.

Pat and George Dewar

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