Booth, Maureen Elizabeth

September 3, 1952 – May 22, 2024
at the age of 71 years:     

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2024, 11am at Fischer’s Funeral Services, 4060 1 Avenue SW, Salmon Arm, BC. 

Maureen was born in Calgary, AB and passed away at the age of 71 in Salmon Arm, BC. 

Maureen was predeceased by her parents Bill & Betty Thomson, her brother Douglas and nephew Christopher.

Maureen is survived by her husband Wayne and her adopted daughter Kelli.

Maureen and her husband Wayne lived in Mission, BC before moving to Salmon Arm in 1990.  Maureen never stopped moving, she always had a big smile and was one of the most generous people you could ever meet. 

Thank you to all the medical staff that helped her from birth to death with the many challenges of her 71 years.

A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2024, 11am at Fischer’s Funeral Services, 4060 1 Avenue SW, Salmon Arm, BC. 

4 Comments

  1. Our sincere heartfelt condolence Wayne to you and your Family for the terrible loss of your life partner Maureen, we remember Maureen as lovely, friendly, young lady when you worked with me. We hope all the fond memories and great times can carry you through this very difficult time.

  2. We would like to offer you our sincere condolences Wayne to and your Family for your terrible loss, we remember Maureen as a very nice & friendly young lady when you worked with me. May your many fond memories of Maureen help give you strength to carry on.

  3. My memory of Maureen goes way back to my early childhood. I once and awhile remember Maureen and Wayne’s home on Hatzic lake, the willow trees and the vast green grass property to run around. The memory is always a warm and calm feeling but now that I’m an adult I realize that the warm and calm feeling was obviously from Maureen herself. Thank you for those memories and your kindness.
    My condolences Wayne

  4. Visiting Salmon Arm will not be as enjoyable with Maureen not there. Maureen made me feel welcome and treated me like an old friend. When I remember Maureen I remember her out in her yard planting, pruning and weeding, making her yard the envy of her neighbors. Maureen would make us feel welcome by sharing her excellent baking skills. Maureen was the definition of a good person.
    Maureen will be extremely missed by all who knew her.
    Heartfelt condolences to Wayne and everyone who is going to miss her.

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