Dalrymple, Eva Marguerite (Nee Sanford)

July 20, 1927 ~ August 06, 2020

DALRYMPLE, Eva Marguerite (nee Sanford) – Age 93, formerly of Corunna, passed away at Fiddick’s Nursing Home, Petrolia on August 06, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Harry Dalrymple (2010). Loving mother of Kenneth (Barbara) Dalrymple of Grafton, N.S., Heather (Ron) Dalrymple of Surrey, B.C., and the late Kirk (Stephanie) Dalrymple of Sarnia. Dear grandmother of Jennifer (Ian), Angela (Craig), Pamela (Darren) and Amy (Aaron) in N.S. and Alissa and Lauren Dalrymple in Sarnia. Cherished great-grandmother of 9. Eva was retired from Lambton County Board of Education in 1988 with a total of 30 years teaching; was a member of Corunna United Church and a life member of Corunna U.C.W.; was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Leslie Sutherland Branch 447 Corunna; life member of the Ladies Auxiliary; and a member of the Volunteer of Advisory Committee of Moore Museum, Mooretown. Predeceased by her parents Clifford (1973) and Gracie (1981) Sanford of Windsor, Nova Scotia.

Funeral Details
Due to Covid-19 restrictions a private family service will be held at STEADMAN BROTHERS FUNERAL CHAPELS with interment to follow at Froomfield Cemetery.

Donations
In lieu of flowers, sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Corunna Legion Branch #447, St. Joseph’s Hospice or the charity of your choice.

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  1. On behalf of our mother, Annie Frances (Dalrymple) Lind, Aunt Rite’s sister-in-law, we would like to express our sincere condolences on the event of her passing. She was a wonderful, positive spirit on each of the several occasions we met, including family weddings and funerals. She and my mother, as fellow educators, always had lots in common to share with one another. Mom is now 92 and resides in a seniors’ group home in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. May your family be blessed in the knowledge that Aunt Rite lives on in all of our hearts. Sincerely, the Carter and Lind families (Karen and Margaret).

  2. We both knew Eva through church, and I knew her well through UCW. She was a very classy lady; a born teacher and a genuine friend. She will be missed.

  3. As chair of the Outreach committee and on behalf of Corunna United Church I would like to extend condolences to Eva’s family on her recent passing. Your Mother was a dedicated member of our church and the UCW. She was always pleasant and had a lovely smile or greeting. She was a pleasure to visit while residing at Fiddicks Retirement and Nursing Home. She always welcomed a visit. Isabel Smith

  4. So Sorry for your loss, She was my favourite school teacher, so caring and always smiling. I very much enjoyed our time together with her husband when they lived in Corunna.Thoughts and prays to the family!

  5. My condolences go out to heather and her family . I only met your mum a few times in whiterock bc when she came to visit heather .i always thought she was a Lovely gentle person And will surely be missed .
    Vikki and roy

  6. So sorry to hear of the passing of Eva. She was a very special lady and it was such a pleasure to have known her. I have many fond memories of her associated with the many activities that we took part in at the Corunna United Church. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this very difficult time.

  7. To the family of Eva, I met Eva years ago when I moved to Corunna and joined Corunna United Church.
    What a treasure. Eva was not only a special Lady, she was knowledgeable on many subjects. Always a smile and kind words that was Eva.
    Dear Lady you will be missed.

  8. Stephanie, Alissa & Lauren, we are so sorry for your loss❤️sending prayers for your family❤️ xoxo Pete & Karen

  9. Our deepest sympathy on the death of you Mother.Eva was a warm and caring woman and we were so privileged to have known her for many years. We will miss her wonderful smile and cheerful words.Jack and Catharine McKenna

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