Jeffery, Marjorie “Jean”


November 21, 1921 – January 13, 2013

at the age of 91 years

Jean Jeffery passed away peacefully at Piccadilly Care Center on Sunday, January 13, 2013 at the age of 91.

Jean is predeceased by her husband Thomas Wilfred Jeffery and will be lovingly missed by her children Susan (Robert) Millar, Norman (Sandy) Jeffery, Anne (John) Rumor, Val Jeffery, Chris Jeffery, Tom (Jodi) Jeffery, sister Betty Milne, 13 grandchildren and ten great grandchildren.

Mom was born in Gravenhurst, ON and moved to Salmon Arm five years ago.  She enjoyed the mountain views while knitting and reading.

We would like to thank the staff at Piccadilly Care Center for the wonderful care provided during mom’s stay there.

10 Comments

  1. Mother,
    You may be gone, but you will not be forgotten. We will miss you, and never forget the things you did for us. We have our memories to get us through this difficult time. You will always have a speial place in our hearts. Rest in peace,Mom.
    Your Son. Norm

  2. Jeffery Marjorie ‘ Jean’
    Rest in peace, Mom.
    You will not be forgotten . We shared a lot of good times, and though you have left us, our memories will keep you with us. You will always be in our hearts. Love , Norm

  3. My sympathies to the family! I have many fond memories of Aunt Jean visiting our family in Waterford. Our thoughts are with you all. Debbie (Craig’s youngest daughter)

  4. Aunt Jean we will miss you. Lots of memories from years gone by,thoughts and prayers to everyone from Wilfrid and Dale Fettes and family.

  5. Our deepest sympathy to all of you. I have fond memories of your mom and the time spent with your family in our younger days.

    Take Care.

    Your cousin, Cathy Fettes

  6. Please accept our sympathies for your loss. Our thoughts are with the family.We will always cherish the great memories of times spent with aunt Jean. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. John and Michelle Fettes

  7. Mom may you rest in peace and know that you will not be forgotten our hearts are bruised but heads held high as we remember the fun and laughter we all shared . The good times and hard times that helped to make us all who we are . Thank you and with all our love forever and always

  8. Thank you Mom for all the things you taught me that are helping me get through my life. They help me to be a better person, parent, and husband. I have spent the last week thinking about all the good and bad times we shared and I will miss you very very much. You will be in my heart forever more. Rest in peace Mom.

    Love Tom, Jodi, Caleb and Jessica

  9. With a smile like pure sunshine you blessed everyone around you. Thank you Granny for the positive influence you had on the world. I will hold many precious memories close to my heart. I learned much from you but what I will always remember the most is that life should be enjoyed, smile often and make new friends wherever you go. Lessons we should all take to heart. I love you and miss you everyday.

    Love always Jen, Josh and Mack

  10. You have always held a precious place in my heart. We always had a special bond and I believe it’s because we are much alike, which I take as a great compliment. You were a woman of great grace and strength, bearing much. I would be lucky to be half the woman you were Granny. I treasure every memory, all the times we had together. Now you are home, in the loving arms of our Lord.

    I love you with all my heart, Mar

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