Liselotte Else Ulrich
April 22, 1935 – January 26, 2021
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Liselotte (Lilo) Ulrich in her home, at the age of 85. Lilo was the devoted wife of the late Siegfried (Sigi) Ulrich and predeceased by her treasured sister, Inge Matthis of Germany. Beloved mother of Brandon, Susi (Dave) and Aaron (Sandy), she was lovingly adored by her grandchildren Nicholas, Tyler, Mathew and Grace.
Lilo cherished her flower and vegetable gardens and took great pleasure sitting in her gazebo, admiring nature and watching the birds and animals enjoying her gorgeous water feature. An amazing chef, Lilo loved to prepare gourmet meals and she was happiest when she was surrounded by family.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Donations in Lilo’s memory to the Canadian Cancer Society or to the charity of your choice would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences and memories may be placed at www.courticefuneralchapel.com
- Canadian Cancer Society
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Liselotte Else Ulrich
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Ruth & Bill Rowe
February 2, 2021
LILO was an awesome lady. It was an honour to be part of her life. She embraced our family as her own and we will miss all her hugs. We went on a few vacations with her and she loved everything she took part in. She had a huge beautiful garden and some chickens and you couldn’t leave her home without a couple of chickens, eggs, and a basket of vegetables. She was always so generous. We will miss her dearly but look forward to seeing her again in heaven with Jesus.
January 30, 2021
My mother loved her family and was happiest when she was with all of her children and grandchildren. She was born in the Black Forest, in Germany, but considered herself a proud Canadian.
Mom loved nature; she enjoyed going for walks, spending time in her flower or vegetable gardens, lounging under her gazebo and watching the birds around her water feature. When she came to visit us in Barrie, she loved taking walks in our local forests and really enjoyed it when I took her on day trips to see some of the natural beauty of Georgian Bay. We called it "our girl time". During these outings she also looked forward to browsing through local gift and artisan shops. She joined Dave, his parents and I on vacations to Pennsylvania, Nova Scotia and the Cabot trail and a trip to South Carolina that was cut short by Hurricane Florence. She was always up for an adventure and was super excited when she could dip her toes into the Atlantic ocean and see whales up close.
I will remember my mom as someone who would do anything for her family and someone who took joy in the simple things in life. I love you, mom. Rest in peace.