Mary Mae McKinnon passed away peacefully, after a long and courageous battle with cancer, at the West Parry Sound Health Centre on Tuesday, May 26th, 2020. Age 91 years.
Beloved wife of the late Joseph McKinnon. Loving mother of Flo, Maxine, Vi, Tom, and the late Jo and Maurice. Lovingly remembered by her grandchildren, great grandchildren, and great great grandchildren. Dear sister of Ruth. Fondly remembered by her nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
A private visitation and Funeral Service will take place in the Logan Memorial Chapel.
Interment Hillcrest Cemetery.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to Harvest Share, or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
We were sorry hear that Mae was not well and even more so to learn of her passing. Mae had been our neighbour for many years....it would have been difficult to find a better neighbour. ....she loved her gardens and was outside as often as possible. Regardless of her deteriorating health, she enjoyed her daily excursions out and around the yard. She proved over the years to be a quietly determined woman who knew the values in small pleasures, her family, her faith and her trust in the Lord. Mae had a keen sense of humour and loved to share a happy story with a gentle twist to the ending. We know that she read constantly and her common sense was bolstered by her self-gained knowledge. As long as there are a few flowers and little chuckle to be overheard, then we will know that she is watching over us. Rest In Peace, Mae, a Peace well earned.!
Terry and Sally Timmons
Terry and Sally captured the essence of aunt Mae perfectly… Thanks for sharing! She was a sweet lady. She truly enjoyed the simple things in life. I always enjoyed a visit with her because of her stories and her unique sense of humor. She was content with very little and her faith was an example to all. She was ready and anxious to meet the Lord and now she has entered that eternal rest.-Delcoe Jeffery
Mae was a delightful lady who seemed to always be happy. She had so many stories to tell and loved to share them! She lived a life of simplicity and was content with the little things in life, like a beautiful flower or a good book. We will miss Mae and are thankful for the years we had knowing her. Our condolences to the family.-Dan and Cindy Elwes