OBITUARY

Ina May Nuttall

May 14, 1929January 19, 2021

Peacefully on January 19, 2021 at the Juravinski Hospital in her 92nd year. Predeceased by her husband Robert Carr. Loving mother of Robert (Christine), Dianne Foley, Frank (Deane), Don (Brenda), Grant and Russell (Georgina). Beloved grandmother of 11 and great-grandmother of 6. Survived by her sister Shirley. Special thank you to Grant for being moms primary care giver and companion for the past 30 years. Due to COVID-19 restrictions a private family service and interment will take place. In lieu of flowers, donations made to the Juravinski Hospital would be greatly appreciated. Online tributes and condolences may be made at www.cresmountfennellchapel.com

Services

  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, January 26, 2021

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Kathleen Thomson

February 3, 2021

My condolences to all of you.
She was one tough lady, your mother. Her long life shows it!

Joe Pocza

January 26, 2021

To the Nutall family,

My deepest sympathies for the loss of your mother. Thank you for sharing today's goodbye's to your mom. Take care.

Sarah Morissette

January 26, 2021

We will all miss you so much Grandma 💕
I remember having great sleepovers at your house as a kid and so many great memories at Mary Lake and Buckhorn Lake. I always thought you must have missed Grandpa terribly, even more than we did, and I don’t know how you were so strong and I’m glad you are finally reunited. You are one of the toughest ladies I’ve known. I always loved your hearing your great stories- especially the one about how you and Grandpa met and how you got your ‘dynamite’ nickname and all the uncles and aunt antics. Anyone who knows you is truly blessed to have had you in our lives.
Stephan and I were so happy you were able to attend our wedding this summer.
You are so loved and always in our hearts ♥️ Sassy ‘the brat’ ;) and Stephan

joe teatro

January 26, 2021

As Your Mom Leaves us behind up the Stairway to Haven she leaves to her Family and Most Cherished friends the fond memories and undying Love that she shared with All those Lives that she touched. By keeping those memories and love in your minds and close to your hearts your Mom will live on Forever.
May She Rest In Peace.
Joe & Kathy

Colleen and Roger Sicard

January 26, 2021

To The Nuttall Family, we send our sincerest condolences. Thank you for letting us be part of the service online. Our hearts are with all of you.
Colleen and Roger Sicard

Drew Pearson

January 26, 2021

To the Nuttall family

Our condolences for the sad loss of grandma Nuttall. She was an amazing daughter,mother,sister,grandmother, great-grandmother, and the biggest Tiger Cat fan. I know she is in a better place with her late husband now and is at peace. She will be missed buf not forgotten. Her memories will carry on forever.

Larry Thompson

January 25, 2021

Sorry for your lost Frank & Deane, I know you and your mother had something very special ,she will leave a very big hole in your heart. Hope you are enjoying your retirement.
Larry, Joanne and Paul.

LyndaJ LeBlanc

January 25, 2021

First, my condolences to the entire family. Ina was an amazing strong woman, I will certainly miss sitting, talking and having a cup of tea with her. A great sense of humor and I was blessed to be able to call her my friend. Always showed compassion and concern for other people and could certainly tell some stories. I will truly miss our weekend visits sitting in the garage weather permitting....and talking about so many things. I think Grant deserves special mention, he was one in a million with the care he provided and showed his Mom every day! So many times Ina said she would not know what she would do without him!

Dennis Letts

January 23, 2021

Dennis and Karen Letts
I have many fond memories of Ina both in Hamilton and Buckhorn over the years. We want to wish the family our sincere heartfelt condolences.

Gary & Leslie Milburn

January 23, 2021

Sorry for the passing of Ina. She was a person of strength and humour. Now united with Bob Sr she will have lots to tell about the family. I will miss the voice calling for GRANT who stood by her during the good and bad times.All the best to everyone in the family . Stay safe.

FROM THE FAMILY