Barthel Funeral Home

566 Queenston Road, Cambridge, ON


Audrey Kathleen Duff (Wagner/Mogg)

March 5, 1923September 16, 2019

Passed away peacefully, surrounded by family at the age of 96.

Predeceased by her first husband Lloyd Wagner, her parents, 7 of her siblings, 3 grandsons and 1 step-daughter. She will be lovingly remembered by her husband Louis Duff. This extraordinary lady leaves her legacy of 10 children, 16 grandchildren, 30 great-grandchildren and 9 great-great grandchildren. She will be sadly missed by 3 step-children and their families, her loving brother Ken Mogg, and several nieces, nephews and extended family.

The Funeral Visitation will be held at Barthel Funeral Home (566 Queenston Road, Cambridge) on Friday September 20th, 2019 from 2-4 pm & 7-9 pm. The Funeral Service will proceed on Saturday September 21, 2019 at King Street Baptist Church (361 King Street, Cambridge) at 1:00 pm. Interment to immediately follow at Park Lawn Cemetery.

Donations to the King Street Baptist Church would be greatly appreciated.

Safe in the arms of Jesus.


  • Funeral Visitation Friday, September 20, 2019
  • Funeral Visitation Friday, September 20, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, September 21, 2019
  • Interment Saturday, September 21, 2019


Audrey Kathleen Duff (Wagner/Mogg)

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Marva Barlow

September 21, 2019

Our deepest sympathy to Louis,Elicia, Cecilia Thomas and Greg. She was a grand lady and will be missed by many. Ed and Marva

Vanessa Cress Lokos

September 20, 2019

Grandma was intelligent and progressive, she loved to read and learn (I was honoured to have her with me at a couple of my university lectures, she may have gotten her PhD if circumstances had allowed)
She was fashion forward (she would have had a following on Instagram today!)
A creative person, a knitter and crafter.
A fantastic cook and baker!
She appreciated music, theatre and art and loved to travel.
Such an extraordinary woman, but we will all remember her for her abundant capacity to love!

Dianne Watters

September 19, 2019

My condolences to Audrey’s family. Audrey and Louis were my neighbours on Queenston Road before I moved. She was a dear lady who was full of life and always had a kind word for everyone. She will be missed.

Fred Faber

September 19, 2019

Our deepest sympathies to Louis, John & Diane Cress and family and Doug Lindthorst and his wife and family. Audrey was such a sweet lady and I occasionally got a chance to chat with her as she walked in the atrium at her condo.

Fred & Jeanne Faber

Sue Vann-Ralph

September 18, 2019

A quiet, graceful, sweet woman...Audrey would often be sitting in the entrance hall when I arrived for church. She always had a beautiful smile and softly spoken words when I stopped to say hello. I'd often think to myself..."Wow...I hope I can function and look that good when I get to be her age!" She was a remarkable woman! We will all miss your gentle way Audrey! Sending hugs to heaven!

Sandra Beitz

September 18, 2019

Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day. Unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved , still missed & forever dear. My thoughts, my prayers & sincerest condolences go out to the family. Your Mom was a wonderful thoughtful woman.
Love Sandy, Arthur, Katie & Dakota

Wendie Bullock

September 17, 2019

I remember my Aunt Audrey as a woman who always liked to look her best and kept her children the same way she kept herself. We were always welcome at her home for a meal. I remember that she had this saying , "Are you sufficiently suffunsified?" She would ask it after the meal was done. No one left her table hungry, that was for sure. She was a loving, Christisn woman, and was much loved in return. Rest in peace, Aunt Audrey.

BettyAnne Barteau & Family

September 17, 2019

Our Sincerest condolences on the passing of your mother She was a very special lady with a heart of gold and will be missed by many .Sending prayers to you and all your family. Fly with Angels

Kimberly Crawford

September 17, 2019

Grandma was always there for me. She gave the best hugs. I'll always remember her singing hymns while she dusted and cleaned.
Or she would sing along when I played my album Fleetwood Mac. LOL When she was doing her laundry in the next room. She loved to dance and sing!
Every time I went to visit her as a child she would put a bit of money in my hand and tell me in a hushed voice, "Go and buy yourself a treat".
Grandma had the best sense of humor, she'd always call it "Kibitzing". She had a knack for making me smile even when there was tears. …. I'll always remember you, Grandma!
I hope you are sitting at Jesus' feet listening to His wisdom.
Love, forever
Kimberly Crawford