Remembering Mary Thompson
From: Leanne Hopkins, Gord & Mitchell Schultz
Our deepest sympathies extended to Murray, Deb, Amanda and Matthew and the family and friends of Mary. Such a remarkable woman with a remarkable life. We lift you up in our thoughts and prayers.
From: Lynn Curry Hall
So sorry to hear of the loss of Grandma Mary. She was a wonderful neighbour, story teller and baker. We loved her holiday baking and she always brought some over in her younger years.The four boys really loved that! We enjoyed going for walks and meeting Grandma Mary and Rufus and she always had time to stop and chat. She helped tutor Mack in math when he was in public school and he went on to do very well in this subject. She loved to care for animals and birds and when we dropped in she would have feeders out and we enjoyed watching all the beautiful birds through the window at every season. Our deepest condolences to all the family. God bless. Lynn, Brad, Morgan and Stacey, Justin, Mackenzie Hall
From: The Carnahan and Playford Families
Please accept our deepest condolences on the loss of Mary: she was a wonderful person and will be missed greatly.
Darren Playford and the Ken Carnahan Family
From: Gary and Marg Tambling
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Mary. She was my favorite teacher in grade school. She was such a nice lady. I loved her a lot. Then in later years, her daughter Joan brought her into our shoe store in Wiarton, where we had lots of fun as well. Please accept our sympathy at this sad time. You are all in our thoughts. She was one lovely lady.
From: Tanya Thompson Stryker
Our sympathies to your whole family on Mary’s passing. She was very beloved by our whole branch of the Thompson family. She taught my Dad and some of his siblings in school. When Dad turned 80, Mary attended his party. Not many people can say that their school teacher attended their 80th birthday!!! We know you will miss her always. She was a grand lady.
From: Donna Flett
Sincere condolences to the family of my Aunt Mary. I greatly enjoyed time with Aunt Mary when I visited with my dad Don Pinder in 2011, and then later in 2018, when I visited with my cousins Cheryl and Joan (Mary's daughter). Aunt Mary was a spark!
From: Paul Long
I have fond memories of Mrs. Thompson with her beautiful flowers and beautiful garden and the delicious treats that she use to give me from her homemade baking to her made home soups. My condolences to Mrs. Thompson’s family and friends. She will be dearly missed.