Remembering Anna McComb

From:: Campbell Family
May the fond memories of the wonderful times you shared, carry you through this time of sadness and loss

From:: Pat and Keith Coutts
Our thoughts and prayers go out to our McComb families ❤

 

From:: Denise McLachlin
My condolences to all of the McComb Family in the passing of Anna. What a wonderful story of her life. Denise

 

From: Al and Carol Kish
Marilyn ... we just got news that your Mom has passed away. We are so sorry and extend our deepest sympathy to you and all your family. We have so many fond memories of your Mom and Dad during the years that all our families travelled together cheering on The Milverton Suns. I think they enjoyed it as much as we did. I just read your Mom's obit and she sounds like such a special lady with an endless amount of energy. She was a role model for all of us to follow. Thinking of you at this sad time. Al and Carol Kish

From: Linda Cole
Our sincere sympathy to your family. No matter their age it is so sad to lose our mothers. Linda and Jane (Wheildon) and our families

From: Norm & Jackie Playter
To the McComb families....we are sorry to hear of the passing of your family member..you will forever be able to cherish the memories.

 

From:: Ted and Sharon White(McNeil)
Ted and I are very sorry to hear of your loss. She was a special lady.

From: Cathy and Gary O’Rourke and the girls
So very sad to learn of Aunt Ann’s passing. She was a remarkable woman who loved life to the fullest. We will surely miss her newsy Christmas cards and seeing the photos of her latest adventures on Facebook- yes, she was brave enough to be part of the world of social media even at 100. Aunt Ann - you are an inspiration to us all and you leave this earth gifting the rest of us with memories, your love and your example of how to live life with purpose and zest. Our condolences to Marilyn, Terry and Doug and your families as well as to Aunt Marg and Aunt Mary - we know how very much you will miss her. We are thinking of you and wish we could be there. Love, Cathy and Gary O’Rourke and our family

From:: Loreen Parkinson
Marilyn, Terry, Doug and families - my deepest sympathy for the loss of your Mom, Grandma and Great Grandma. Always enjoyed any time spent in your Mom's presence, and that includes memories of visits to your farm as a little girl. Love Lori (Loreen McComb)

 

From: Donna and Roland Mc Pherson
We would like to express our deepest sympathy to the family and friends. We met at church and always enjoyed a little chat. She will be missed by everyone. There will be many good memories. Roland & Donna McPherson & famil
y

From: Clayton , Bonnie Bartley and family
So sorry for your loss, thinking of your family at this time

 

From: Shawn and Nicole Foster
Sending our condolences to all the McCombs! Cheers to the life Anne lived and the memories she left you all with. Our one memory that puts a smile on our face was Brent’s 40th bday party when she booted around with all the kids on her golf cart! Love the Fosters Fozzie and Nicole

From:: Dom & Sheila Michelangelo
One of the most amazing women I have ever had the pleasure to meet. She and her family meant & mean a lot to Dom & I . We lived next door (field wise) for quite a few years but all in all , we knew Anne for over 30 . One of the most gracious, lovely, kind-hearted ,loving women I can honestly say ever entered my life. Anne will be missed by all who knew her and especially by her family & friends. Rest In Peace Dear Anne and know you were loved by all . Bud will welcome you once more:)

 

From: Angie Leaver (Beirnes)
To the entire McComb family. My deepest sympathy - what a lovely obituary. We are all so lucky to have known Ann. Truly an amazing person. I always looked forward to hearing about what adventure she was planning next. I feel very fortunate to have been able to attend her Birthday Party and celebrate with everyone. Thinking of you all.

From: Doreen and Neil McKay
Sending sincere sympathy to Anna's family. When I used t o see her out and about, she was always so friendly and genuine. ... a lovely lady! A long and busy life! Her family and friends will miss her greatly.

From: Janis McElrea & Loraine Miller 
It was lovely to reconnect with Ann a couple of years ago after being neighbours so many years ago. Marilyn, Doug and Terry we send  loving thoughts to you and your families. A life well lived.

 

From: Shane and JoAnne Jackson
Sorry for your loss

From: The Shallow Lake Sting ball family
Our thoughts are with all of the family. The boys will miss one of their biggest fans

 

From: Pat and Donna Murphy
To all the McComb Family...What an amazing lady and what a legacy she has left behind! Always was amazed at what she could still accomplish even at the age of 100 years of age being able to travel, bake pies for the deer hunters and enjoy a massive Halloween Party every year at her home..She certainly loved and enjoyed having her family around her and no one enjoyed a good ball game more than her. RIP peace Anne,    Pat and Donna Murphy

 

From: Ailsa and Bhupa Ondhia
So sad this is the passing of a very great lady that I was privileged to know.Ann was an example to us all and will be sadly missed by everyone who knew her love Ailsa xxx

From: Patti Elliot
My deepest sympathies to the whole family. Ann was an amazing lady. I feel very lucky to have known her. She is really going to be missed.

 

From: Wanda Lang (Flooren)
To the entire McComb family, my sincerest condolences to all of you.  How fortunate you were to have Anne for 100 years.  My earliest memories of Anne are of her working at Metzger's store and being a friendly face when checking out groceries.  There wasn't a community event in Williamsford that her and Bud didn't attend. Anne was a kind, hard working woman who was always happy to see you.  Once, when I was probably just a teenager, I was driving down by Mount Forest on Highway 6 and I passed a slow car...well, heaven forbid, it was Bud McComb.  Of course, he recognized the car and me and I never lived that down, every single time I saw him.  Anne used to tell him to stop bothering me.  When I see him in heaven, I know he will bring that up! Anne will still be shushing him. Many good memories of the McComb family. Thinking of all of you as you celebrate the life of a marvelous lady.   Wanda Lang (Flooren)

From: Gail Norris
My sincere condolences to Ron, Marilyn and family

 

From:: Kent Fay
To all of the McComb family, we are all thinking about you. My dad and Bud might be rushing to hide the empties after finding out that Anne will be with them again. Dad will be saying that he just nicely got settled. What an amazing life and huge legacy that she leaves behind. To be loved, adored and respected by so many is something that will last forever. Unfortunately we won't be able to attend this weekend, but know that we will all have our special moments to remember her!

From: Paul and April Given
Our thoughts are with all of you , remembering Aunt Anne with love♥️

From: Celeste Eickholdt
Oh, such sad news.....a wonderful lady to remember. I will remember our last little chats at her 100th birthday party and the family Christmas. In my eyes, Anna will always represent a true icon of the Williamsford area. My sincerest condolances to all the families

 

From: JOHN AND BRENDA MORAN
THIS LADY WAS A LEGACY, A PERSON COULD LEARN SO MANY IMPORTANT THINGS FROM HER, JUST HAD TO TAKE THE TIME TO LISTEN. I GUESS SHE HAD A 100 YEARS TO LEARN. ANN WATCHED MORE BALLGAMES THAN ANY PERSON I HAVE EVER KNOWN. THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES,REST IN PEACE

From: Alex and Sally Beirnes
Sending our sincere sympathy to the McComb family.  Sorry we are still in Florida and unable to be with you.  Hugs

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