Obituary for Isabella Harris (Walker)
Isabella “Isa” Harris
It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Isabella “Isa” Harris surrounded by her family at Vision Nursing Home on Friday, February 9th, 2018 at the age 82. Born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Survived by her beloved husband William Harris, predeceased by siblings Hugh Walker and Arthur Walker ( Nan). Isa was the loving mother of Hugh Copeland and Patricia Budziewicz, step-mother to Diane Bigras( Leo) and Bruce Harris ( Susan ). Sadly missed by her loving siblings Jack Walker, Gladys “twisted sister” Howarth and six grandchildren – Jahn (Kristen) Brittany( Mike )Lauren ( Dino) David, Rachel, Chad ( Nicole) and six great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and dear friends to Doreen Blake, Aileen Phillips, Peggy Turner , plus many others who will always have a special place in her heart. Very special thanks to Dr. Gannon, and the exceptional nurses and PSW’s who cared for Isa at Vision Nursing Home. Isa loved to entertain, cook, play golf andbridge, getting her hair done for the last 32 years and babysitting her six grandchildren during their early school days. She will be missed for all her kindness towards others, always giving and lending a special hand whenever needed. Isa was a member of St. Giles church where she enjoyed making turkey pies and always helping out in the kitchen. She meant the world to everybody she touched, and that was many. At Isa’s request cremation has taken place and there will be no formal service or visitation. Family and friends are invited to a graveside service to be held Friday,February 16th at 2:00 pm at Lakeview Cemetery. Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Alzheimer’s Society.
You are invited to a reception in honour of Isa, at St.Giles , immediately following the graveside service.
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We remember the fallen, those who returned and those who serve today. We pray for God’s blessing upon them. We are reminded to strive for peace in our everyday lives, to pray for it and to uphold the values and freedom won for us in the past and sustained for us in the present.
ANNOUNCING ANDY STANLEY’S VIDEO SERIES “STARTING POINT”
COMMENCING ON WED. SEPTEMBER 20 AND ENDING NOVEMBER 8, 2017
AT ST. GILES PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
The format of each session will be as follows:
6:00 p.m. Pot Luck Dinner (Bring your own food, dishes and cutlery)
6:30 p.m. Video presentation
6:50 p.m. Discussion and large group overview
7:30 p.m. Prayer time
Come for any or all of the activities.
Planned activities will be provided for young children.
Food will be provided for those who are pressed for time because of work.
Cost for the eight session series is $20.00. This includes the book Andy Stanley’s “Starting Point”.
Registration details: To register with Suzanne, our office administrator at St. Giles Presbyterian church, phone 519 542 2253 or email email@example.com. Deadline for registration will be September 13.
Please make cheques payable to St. Giles Presbyterian Church.
Please complete the following information and leave at St. Giles church office or mail to St. Giles at 770 Lakeshore Road, Sarnia, ON, N7V 2T5
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Everyone is invited to gather for lunch after the service to celebrate the 71st anniversary of St. Giles, the first month of our new minister, Reverend Becky Roushorne-Lau and the dedication of all of our churchgoers who served generously and well during the vacancy.
Our thoughts and prayers surround Arie, family and friends as we mourn the loss of dear Vickie, our sweet baker and beloved member of St. Giles. We find gladness in the belief that she is living joyously in God’s glory now. Here is a link for more information : http://www.smithfuneralhome.ca/obituaries/item/43133-dirkje-vickie-breedyk-nee-sekeris.html
It seems that Don has always been a part of St. Giles and, even after having moved away, both Don and Ann are St. Giles family members forever. Our hearts and prayers go out to Ann and all of their family and friends as we wish them God’s peace.
A memorial service will be held at St. Giles Church on Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. Sympathy may be expressed through donations to the Diabetes Association (cheques only at the funeral home please).
Always by Ev’s side and quick with a witty comment and a smile, Jack was a well-known and loved member of our St. Giles family. We will miss that twinkle in his eye – the stars are likely shining a little brighter now. Each memory of him is sure to spark joy. May the peace of Christ be with Ev and all of Jack’s family and friends.
Dearest Doug, God be with you. Your car was the first in the parking lot Sunday mornings. Your dedication to scripture and quiet presence were surely glorifying to God and certainly faith-strengthening for your St. Giles family. May the Lord’s face shine on you.
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