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Shirley E. Coughtrey née Higginson

March 5, 1920 - January 10, 2017

Shirley Coughtrey: March 5, 1920 - January 10, 2017

Service Date: January 15, 2017

Funeral Home Nepean - Garden Chapel

Posted by:
Lee Powell

Posted on:
January 15, 2017

Apologies that Paulette and I couldn't be there today. Such wonderful memories of the Hare Ave gang, especially the laughter your Mom and Dad filled a room with. Hope these memories help through this difficult time. All the best. Lee

Posted by:
Carolyn and Phil Heymans

Posted on:
January 14, 2017

Dear Bruce and Liz, Glenn and Margie and Debbie and Paul and family, Our deepest sympathies on the loss of your dear Mom. Your Mom was fortunate to have an amazing and full life. I have many fond memories of your Mom and Dad while growing up in Glabar Park. We spent so many good times hanging out at your home on Hare Avenue. Your Mom was always so open and welcoming. Her zest and love of life was inspiring to all those around her. She will be greatly missed. May your memories and the love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Posted by:
Kathleen Geiger

Posted on:
January 13, 2017

My condolences to Debbi and family at this difficult time.

Posted by:
John 0\'Neil

Posted on:
January 12, 2017

Bruce,Glenn and Deb: My condolences to you all on your Mom's passing. Shirley had a long and rich life. Her warm smile and generous disposition endeared her to all who knew her. You will miss those sparkling eyes.

Posted by:
Anne Lynne and Dean Pengelly

Posted on:
January 12, 2017

To Debbie, Paul, Nicholas, Kira and Family, Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your dear Mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time. May your many happy memories sustain you. Anne Lynne and Dean

Posted by:
Linda O\'Regan

Posted on:
January 12, 2017

My sympathies to Debbie and family.Certainly have a lot of good memories of your parents while we were teenagers and growing up together. Hare Avenue was always a special place to be. Your mom was a special lady and had a good life with lots of family love and laughter. I can remember always calling and trying to see if she would just wake you Deb " because after all it was 1pm Saturday and time to do something! But she always never disturbed and let you wake when you were ready! What a loving mom! Love you Debbie ( Linda )

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