Jeannie Milne passed away at the West Parry Sound Health Centre, on Friday, August 6th, 2021. Age 89 years.
Beloved wife of Andrew (Andy) for 69 years. Loving mother of Patricia and her husband Jean Marc Arsenault; Christina and her husband Robert Hill; and Andrea and her husband Edmund Wieczorek. Cherished Nana of Ryan, Melanie, Melissa, Robyn, Joshua, Andrew, Daniel, and Alana. Dear “Nana Great” of Kelton, Travis, Harper, Colby, and Brody. Dear sister of Catherine, Ann, Sheila, Mary, and the late Helen (Bunty), William, Marjorie, Peter and Joyce. Fondly remembered by her nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends.
Cremation has taken place. A Service in Celebration of Jean's Life will be held on Monday, August 30th at 2:00 P.M at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to the West Parry Sound Health Centre, St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
Dear Andy and Family
So sorry to read of Jean's passing. She will now be with the One she loved and served all her life.
Very sorry to hear this news.
My condolences to the families.
She was a great baker, Scottish dancer and a real lady.
I’m so sorry to hear this sad news. I pray that you will all find or we through this difficult time and cherish the memories of her.-Lynn Raney
Gone is a wonderful friend, a GREAT neighbour, and a beautiful person inside and out. The world will be just a little less nice now. Our memories will sustain us. Condolences to Andy and family. Peter and Kathyrn-kathryn Loch
So sorry to hear about Jean’s passing. She was such a blessing to our community.
I will miss seeing her walking all over town.
Janet Mckeown Woods
I was shocked and deeply saddened to hear of Jean's death. We had a long chat on her birthday just a few days ago. Her kind deeds will be missed by many in our town. My deepest sympathies to Andy and his family. Heaven has just received another angel.-Velma Daley
I am so very sad to hear this. My deepest condolences to all of Jean’s wonderful family.
I met Jean at St. Andrews, 20 years ago, one of the sweetest, genuine, kindest, most loving woman I have ever met. Her smile was contagious and warmed your heart, she was such a woman of God. You will be dearly missed sweet Jean. I feel blessed to have known you.
Praying for your families comfort during this time.
Until we meet again.
Christine Anderson (and family)
I was so sad to hear about the passing of Jean. She was a wonderful lady, loving wife and an amazing Mom. I have many beautiful memories of Jean. She was like a second Mom for the Pouliot family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
Sadly missed but never forgotten
Peggy Pouliot-Gauthier and family xoxox
We are so sorry to hear that Jean has passed, such a terrible loss for your family and the community. The kindest, most generous neighbour, always looking out for those around her. Our family enjoyed gifts of her fresh baked shortbread and her attempts to teach us the skill to make our own. She will be truly missed.
Who is going to look after the old people now?
We are sorry to hear of Jean’s passing. She was a wonderful lady and also a great volunteer and caring person.
Irva and Gord Stewart
Such a sad day for the passing of a real lady.
Her faith was so strong and she was so genuine.
We will miss her so much
Our condolences to all of the family
John and Shirley Crocker-John and Shirley Crocker
Our hearts are broken. Jean gave everyone a master class in kindness, generosity and how to be a good neighbour. She has been part of our lives forever and will remain so in our thoughts and deeds. William Street has lost an icon.-Karen & John Jewell
So sorry hear about Jeannie. I have many fond memories of her. Her shortbread cookies, helping with junior choir at church, visit with Andy and Jeannie on a Sunday evening after church with mom and dad. Condolences to Andy and the Family.-Mary Grunig Binsted
Dear Tina and family.
We are very sorry to hear of your loss. Our deepest condolences are with you.
Hold your memories close.
Ted, Suzanne, Andrew and Rob Currie
I grew up on William Street as a youngster and I practiced law on William Street for 27 years. During all those years, Jean Milne was loved, admired and appreciated by many like me who knew her for the fine example she provided to others during the living of her life. I believe I may have watched TV for the first time in Jean and Andy's home. My condolences to her husband Andy and all her family.-DAVID A. HOLMES
Fond memories of Jean, a lovely Auntie with a great sense of humour. Thinking of Andy and all the family at this difficult time. Sincere sympathy from all the family in Scotland.-All the family in Scotland