DENNETT, Dorothy “Dora” June – Resident of Afton Park Place and formerly of Brigden passed quietly into the night, Saturday, December 30, 2017. She will now be reunited with her late husband of 66 years, Lyle Dennett (July 2016). Beloved mother of Linda (Joe) Gibbs of Sarnia. Cherished grandmother of Jennifer (Paul Kells) and Dan Gibbs. Sadly missed by her great-grandchildren Alanah, Ben and Sam. Survived by one remaining sister Victoria Fedyk and several nieces and nephews. Dora’s family wish to extend a special Thank You to the staff of Afton Park Place for the care and friendship given to our Mother while she was a resident there.
VISITATION / SERVICE DETAILS
Family and friends will be received at STEADMAN BROTHERS FUNERAL HOME, Brigden on Saturday, January 6, 2018 from 11:00 am to 12:00pm. Funeral service will be held at 12:00pm from the funeral home.
In lieu of flowers sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Brigden United Church, Brigden Horticultural Society or Alzheimer’s Society.
Our deepest sympathy. So sorry to hear about your Mom
Our deepest condolences to Linda, Joe and the family. I will always remember Aunt Dorothy’s infectious smile and laughter and of course her baked delicacies – including the best carrot cake i’ve ever had. Treasure all the fond memories.
Love Brian Laura and Sam Markovich
We just heard of your moms passing. Our deepest sympathy. We will never forget all the happy times we all had together, especially Thanksgiving, Easter and Christmas. Your mom certainly enjoyed getting together with mom. Dorothy was a kind and loving person. I know you have many wonderful memories to keep with you always. Love
Dear Linda and family,
My deepest sympathy to you and your family as I just learned of your mother’s recent passing. She is at peace and happily reunited with your dear dad. Many cherished memories will live in your heart forever.
My thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad time.
Hi Linda and Joe. My mother let me know that Dorothy passed away and I wanted to wish you my condolences. I’ll always remember coming over to Dorothy and Lyle’s and the smell of baking that filled their house. I also think that Linda came up with one of the greatest Christmas gifts for a little kid (sleeping bags for me and Brian). It makes a child think that they’re getting closer to being grown up to be able to go off into the woods (or maybe just the back yard or the bedroom) and camping out in your sleeping bag. I’m pretty sure I was only 1/2 the length of the sleeping bag when it arrived. Thanks and I hope you are both well and can let your best memories comfort you!
Wanted to express our deepest sympathy to you, Linda and Joe and to your family. May your memories give you comfort at this time and help you through the days ahead.
Linda and the entire Gibbs Family
We send our deepest condolences. It’s always the good memories that will help the most.
Maggie and Brian
Linda and family, Know that we are here for you and feel your pain. Great memories of years ago when we were kids. May God give you comfort at this time.
Linda, Joe, Jennifer, Dan and family it’s hard to say good bye to someone you have loved so much, my deepest sympathy to each of you. Linda, I have so many memories of times with Dorothy while I was growing up, going shopping you both. Sitting at your kitchen table, talking, laughing and sharing lives secrets and plans with you both. I’m sure you have many more memories that will surface during this time and you talk with people who knew and loved her too. Keep those memories close. (((HUGS))) and Love to you all xo xo Deanna
our deepest sympathy to all the family on the passing of Dorothy., a neighbour of many years.
May you all cherish the memories each of you have of happy times spent with Dorothy.
Just passing my sincere condolences to you all, Linda, Joe, Jennifer and Dan and the kids in your loss.
My heart goes out to you, Linda and family. May your memories of the days of love and joy, with your mother, sustain you in the difficult days ahead.