Maureen Joyce Anderson passed away peacefully with her family by her side, at the West Parry Sound Health Centre on Tuesday, June 6th, 2023. Age 79 years.
Beloved wife of Larry for 58 years. Loving mother of Susan Anderson; Janet Anderson (Cory); and Laura Brown (Chris). Cherished grandmother of Devin, Sophie, and Bella. Loving daughter of the late John (Jack) and Delilah (Lila) Millard. Dear sister of Dave and his wife Joan Millard. Fondly remembered by her nieces, nephew (the late David), other relatives, and friends.
Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Maureen's Life will take place at the Charles W. Stockey Centre, 2 Bay Street, Parry Sound, on Sunday, October 1st, 2023 from 12:00 - 4:00 P.M.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary, or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
I'm so sorry.. im always here I'm you need me..-Shannon Konoval
Our deepest condolences to the Anderson family for your loss. We will always remember Maureen’s kindness and friendliness as our neighbour on Queen’s Ave.
Rita Chambers, Ryan Chambers, Mark Chambers, Logan Chambers
Janet , Devin , Mr. Anderson and family
Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your Mother , Wife and Grandmother. You are all surrounded by much love.
Laura, Chris, Sophie and Bella
Our condolences on the passing of your mother and grandmother. Her memories will always be with you.
Love Joan, Dan and Family
Always remember dear Maureen & Family! They were part of our wonderful Queen’s Av Oakville neighbourhood! Maureen & Larry & Girls were wonderful neighbours! We danced, played golf, cards & swam together! Raised wonderful children & looked after each other!
May GOD continue to bless & keep You/All!
♥️🙏🏽✝️ All of Us DRAKES! Psalm 23!
My deepest condolences to the Anderson family. Your love shines through and will last forever.-Holly Cascanette
Dear Janet and family, I am so proud that I had got to know your mom even if it was just a short time. Her smile and determination even in the toughest of times warms my heart. The love she had for her family when we talked was so special. You are in my heart and prayers. Your mom was a very special person to me. I will miss her dearly.-Catherine Pearsell
Sending hugs and support to you all. Have such great memories of your mom Maureen at the trailer and remember her laughing and enjoying life. The love she had for you always shone through and lives on in each and every one of you.-Emily Haji (Lukas)
Dear Larry, Susan, Janet, Laura and all of your beautiful family, no words can tell you how sorry I am for your loss and heartbreak. Maureen was one of the most beautiful people I have had the privilege of knowing and being able to call friend. I worked with Maureen at the old Oakville hospital many years ago. We made and celebrated wonderful memories during our time together there. Lots of laughter, but also love and support for each other through the sad and difficult times at the hospital. We worked on a very busy unit and Maureen was my lifeline. She has made a difference in so many peoples lives. Maureen’s love for Larry and her girls shone from her heart. They have always been her pride and joy. To say that Maureen has been loved is an understatement. She has been cherished by her family and friends.
With our deepest love and condolences,
Mary, Michael Kieran & Daniel-Mary Langtry
Thinking of you and your family during this very difficult time, take care of each other.
Peter and Kathleen.
To Sue and your family,
I am very sorry for your loss. I hope you remember Maureen with love and fondness and cherish all the special moments you had together.-Matthew
I'm so very sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. We worked together for years at the hospital. So many fond and wonderful memories of her. She had such a good sense of humor. I took over her job when she moved to Parry Sound. Have lots of wonderful pictures to remember her. She was a dear friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. xoxo-Joanne Sinclair
Maureen was born in England, the daughter of Jack and Lila, and until she moved to Canada we shared a close relationship enjoying outings, Christmas celebrations, birthdays and all the communal activities of childhood. Our lives changed when Maureen emigrated to Canada. The link never closed and over the years there were visits to England and visits to Canada. I went to Maureen’s wedding in Canada and spent a splendid two weeks there. There were endless visits between us. As we got older that became more difficult but Maureen’s daughter, Susan, has continued the tradition and we cherish her visits. Maureen and I emailed one another sharing family news but of course the hardest news was to learn of Maureen’s cancer. What a sad time and what a brave lady. Our thoughts are with Larry Sue Janet and Laura and all the grandchildren.
RIP dear Maureen,
Love Di, Alan and family