OBITUARY

Lorraine Ashall

June 12, 1923September 3, 2013

ASHALL, Lorraine Passed away peacefully in loving company of her family on September 3rd, 2013. Predeceased by her husband Rick; parents Tom and Flo Johnston; sister Agnes (Ed) Burton and brother Gordon Johnston. Loving mother to Rick (Jan) Ashall and Rob (Dallas) Ashall. Forever lovingly remembered Nana to Jon (Kirsten) Ashall, Kay (Adam) Percival, Keigan, Logan and Myles Ashall and Great Nana to Aidan, Ryder, Kennedy, Emerson and Taiven. Lorraine was a long time member of Trinity Anglican Church and employee of Gore Mutual Insurance. Private family service will be held. Family will receive friends at Trinity Anglican Church, 12 Blair Road Cambridge in the Cultural Hall on Friday September 6th, 2013 at 2:30 pm for a time of fellowship and refreshment. A special Thank You to the staff at Riverbend and Cambridge Memorial Hospital for the love and support shown to Lorraine. As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to Trinity Anglican Church.

Services

  • Luncheon Friday, September 6, 2013
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Lorraine Ashall

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Sheila Lobsinger

September 5, 2013

I met Lorraine in March 2013 when my dad (Bob McKee) moved ot Riverbend. They were across the hall from each other. On Tuesdays I would have lunch with them. Lorraine always laughed at my stories. I felt that I brought a little joy to her day. My dad always got a kick out of her because she was always going and coming from her room. Lorraine could really get around in her wheelchair. I will miss her on Tuesdays.

Lauren Furlong

September 5, 2013

Lorraine was a very special lady who had a beautiful smile & a great laugh. I work at Riverbend in activities and she would come to every program. She loved being active & really enjoyed ceramics, exercise & music. She would always offer to help me & always thanked me for coming to see her. I will miss her very much & cherish my many wonderful memories of her.

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