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MAVIS LEADBEATER

Anna Mavis Leadbeater passed away peacefully at Belvedere Heights Home for the Aged on May 1st, 2020, at the age of 83 years.

Mavis is survived by her daughters Jane (Shane) and Lisa (Jim), and sister Jill (Glen). She was predeceased by her beloved husband Gordon, son John, daughter-in-law Starr and granddaughter Denika, as well as her parents Ronald and Elsie and sisters Elinor and Marjorie.

Cremation has taken place.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to Belvedere Heights Home for the Aged would be appreciated.

Condolences


Jane and Lisa, I am so sorry to learn of your Mom's passing. She was very kind to me, as I am sure she was to everyone. It was a pleasure to have met her. You are wonderful daughters. My thoughts are with you both and your families.

Cindy Profit

-Cindy Profit

I'm so sorry to hear of your Mom's passing Jane. It was a pleasure meeting her, she was always such a cheerful, humorous and artistic person, my thoughts are with you at this sad time.

-Leena Kennedy

Lisa, we were sorry to hear of your mom's passing on Friday. Our deepest sympathies.

-Jon & Jacquie

Our entire family have fond memories of Mavis. For more than 25 years, Gordon and Mavis were cottage neighbours on Fitzgerald Bay. We shared many stories, chores, challenges, laughs and events and they became special people in our lives. Gordon and Mavis were honourary members of our family's Fitzgerald Bay Country Club. Visiting with Mavis following Gordon's death, we knew how deeply she missed him. And now we will miss them both - never to be forgotten.
Doug & Linda Neal & family

-Doug & Linda Neal

I have many fond memories of Mavis, she was a sweet lady and a special friend. My sincerest condolences, Jane and Lisa. She will be greatly missed.

Sincerely, Karen Brisson (Neal)

-Karen Brisson

Lisa, I was sad to read of your Mom’s passing. Mavis was a high school friend and I now think of the time when her Mother read my tea leaves many years ago. Mavis always had a smile when we met on her days to town. Take care.
Ferne Wylie

-Ferne Wylie