TERESA ANNE MATHESON
Teresa Anne Matheson (nee Veneranda)
B. Comm M.I.R.
February 4 1952 - March 29 2008
Peacefully at Credit Valley Hospital Mississauga in the early hours of Saturday March 29 with her loving family by her side following a short illness. Dear daughter of the late Mary and Canadiano Veneranda. Cherished wife of Dave Matheson of Mississauga precious sister to Mary and husband Joe Mlodozenec of Georgetown and Paula and husband Wayne Cull of Mississauga dear sister-in-law to Peggy Sudduth of Temple Terrace Florida and Lee and Rich Zegar of Honolulu Hawaii. Adored Auntie to Jason Cull Lisa and Patrick Mlodozenec Carrie Gassen Kathy McKeage and Patty Gelb. Loving niece of Ardito Veneranda Elia Veneranda Adriana Stocco and Lola Carboni. Missed and lovingly remembered by her grand nieces and grand nephew her life-long friends Ted Hewitt (Toronto) and Jeanette Martin (Horseshoe Valley) relatives and close friends.
Teresaís accomplishments were many but of particular pride were a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Calgary and a Masters of Industrial Relations degree from the University of Toronto. These degrees along with her life skills and extensive work experience allowed her to transition later in life into teaching business organizational behaviour and human resources courses at Humber College and Guelph-Humber University. She loved the constant challenge of dealing with those young inquiring minds. Special thanks to Dr. Higgins and Dr. Hudson nurses and staff of the Oncology Department at the Credit Valley Hospital and to the doctors nurses and staff at Princess Margaret Hospital. A funeral mass to celebrate Teresaís life journey will be held at St. Peter the Apostle Church Parry Sound at 11:00 A.M. on Saturday May 24th 2008 with interment to follow. A Service of Remembrance will be held in Mississauga at a time and location to be announced. As expressions of sympathy donations in lieu of flowers to the Canadian Cancer Society Credit Valley or Princess Margaret Hospitals would be greatly appreciated by the family.