Condolence: Jean was an avid card player, even though she was himderd by her poor eyesight. She is missed by her Cribbage Card friends. So sad we missed her funeral on Nov 10th. She will,be remembered by her many friends.
Condolence From: Jennifer and David Smith and family
Condolence: So sorry to hear of Jean's passing. As the daughter of Anne Mason (Taylor), Sid's sister, I have happy memories of spending time with Uncle Sid, Aunt Jean, Uncle Doug, Wendy, Greg, Dan, Jerry, Joanne and Debbie when we got together for family gatherings. We had a lot of fun together. Jean will be missed by her friends and family and we send our sympathy to all of you.
Condolence: We had the pleasure of knowing Jean when we moved into the neighbourhood 30 years ago. She was such a kind and caring person devoting so much of her time to helping others. Jean will be missed
Condolence: My sympathy to the family with the loss of Jean. It is a difficult time for all of you. I first knew Jean as a golfing pal at Wasaga Sands. Neither she nor I liked the early tee times so would pick up the tail end of the group often. The community will miss seeing Jean in the places she was most active. In particular this next week, she will be missed at the front door greeting and taking tickets for the Community Theater. Rest in peace my friend.
Condolence: Our condolences to Jean's family. Jean, a long time member herself, introduced us to the Wasaga Community Theatre and she was always willing to help us out with box office on the opening night of our productions. Sadly she won't be with us next week but we will all be thinking of her. We also shared a love of animals, she would go out of her way to feed feral cats - they will also miss her.
Condolence: Val, Greg & Wendy, I'm so sorry to hear about Jean. She was an integral part of our community back in the day & always willing to help others. She was a regular in Front of House at every play given by Wasaga Theatre & we depended on her. My best memories however are going to her & Sid's place to look at adorable springer spaniel/border collie puppies. My younger kids still remember choosing the runt of the litter. From then on, Jean was always remembered by them as Sophie's Mother. Jean also found a home for my mother-in-law's dog when she had to go into a nursing home. I'm thinking of all of you.