Wilma Jacklin passed away suddenly at home on Monday, January 10th, 2022. Age 77 years.
Predeceased by her parents Guy and Viola Armstrong. Beloved wife of Jim for 60 years. Loving mother of Barney; Mark (Darlene); Angus (Wendy); Tim (Julie); Joe (Jolene); and Fred (Bianca). Dear Grannie of 17, and Great Grandma of many. Dear sister of Floyd Armstrong, and Marlene Radelle. Fondly remembered by her nieces, nephews, other relatives, friends, and especially by her brothers and sisters at the Gospel Hall.
A private Funeral Service will take place at the Logan Funeral Home (705-746-5855), 81 James Street, Parry Sound.
Interment Christie Memorial Cemetery in the spring.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to the War Amps would be appreciated.
Jim and family
We are shocked and saddened by your great loss. Wilma has always put others first and was fun filled, caring, loving and giving. We enjoyed visits with you guys and sharing her wonderful gifts of cooking and baking. Wilma loved babies and snuggling with each one. Playing games and spending time with friends was a highlight. Working hard along side Jim, raising 5 boys and then loving on all the grands brought so much joy and purpose. We will miss you Wilma but your family is going to more, cause you’ve left a huge hole that cannot be filled - the wonder gal we knew and loved; so full of spirit and tenacity has gone to her reward. Big big hugs.
We are so sorry for your loss, Joe, Jolene and family. Love from your Rosseau Lake College family.-Cheryl Bissonette
Sending our sincere condolences to the whole Jacklin family.
Scott and Cheryl
Our sincerest condolences to Jim and the family. Wilma was a sweet woman and always genuine. She will be missed. Hugs and prayers❤-Mary Stoneman
Aunt Wilma you will be missed. Your giggle and loving relationship with Uncle Jimmy. Thank you for being there when our children were young. God is getting some great baking up in heaven today. Love all of us. ❤️-Kirk & Jennifer Alves
So sorry for your loss Jim prayers and hugs to you and your family. She will be missed by all those that knew and loved her-debi danielsi
I am so sorry for this sudden loss. Wilma was a lovely woman who was kind and thoughtful. Over the past 12 years she was like another Mom and connected with my family with love and laughter. We celebrated birthdays and holidays and had many visits, dinners and long conversations. She will be missed.
Blessings on all the Jacklin family and the biggest of hugs to Jim.
My deepest condolences to your family on your loss.-Linda Sinasac
We are honoured to have known Wilma for so many years and to call her our friend. We will miss her tremendously! There was no one quite like her! She will always be the Queen of Buttertarts!-Dan and Cindy Elwes
Hugs and love at this time to the family.
Mary and Brad Cribbie
Jim and family sorry for your loss, she was a wounderful woman.-walter tucker
Sorry for your loss, we knew Wilma for a long time.-Terry& Ruth Little 7
Jim and family ... so very sad to hear of Wilma's passing. Wilma always had a smile and time to chat. She will be greatly missed. Bev & Tony Hawkrigg-Tony & Bev Hawkrigg
Jim and family. My thoughts and prayers are offered in memory of Wilma. My life partner Wendy and I worked many times with Wilma while she judged exhibits for the Foley Fall Fair. Her knowledge on food prep and willingness to share baking tips made for a wonderful and delicious experience. Rest in peace with God.-Daniel Shoebottom
We are shocked and saddened about the sudden death of Wilma. Our sincere condolences to Jim and family. Wilma was a loving Mom who always put her family first.
Sincerely ~ Ken and Bernice-Ken & Bernice Bissonette
I would like to give my heartfelt condolences on the loss of Wilma who had a heart of gold. Enjoyed many great conversations, she loved to talk about her family whom she loved very much and she was also a great listener. You will be missed Wilma. 💕-Lynn Mullen
What an amazing family. Remembering fond memories of my grandma Godrey next door to the bakery. Wilma would come out on a hot summer day and offer Joey and I a cold ice cream to eat on the porch. My thoughts and prayers to all of the family.-Jeff Dixon
Our sincere condolences to Uncle Jimmy and the Jacklin family. Aunt Wilma will be greatly missed and always remembered as the sweet and kind woman she was. Love from Kelly, Gord, Ben, Danelle & Falk-Danelle Knechtel
Our sincere and deepest condolences to you Uncle Jimmy and the family.
May memories of the loving journey you shared with your beloved Wilma help guide you through this difficult time.
Lee and Gord-Lee and Gord Williams
Jim. We are so sorry to hear of Wilma passing. She will be missed by many and mostly you. Our thoughts are with you.
Holly and Lloyd McNamara
Condolences to the Jacklin family for your loss.-Fred Crawford