Colbert, Marie

Colbert, Marie

May 12th, 2015

 

Peacefully, surrounded by her family at St. Joseph’s Hospice, London on Tuesday, May 12th, 2015, Marie of London in her 80th year.  Cherished wife and best friend of William “Bill” of 55 years.  Devoted mother of Diane Colbert, Sharon McCutcheon (Don) and Linda Vignale (Blaine).  Loving grandmother of Matthew and Andrew Vignale and Emily Colbert.  Special thanks to the nursing staff and volunteers of St. Joseph’s Hospice.  Visitation will be held on Thursday from 2:00 – 4:00 and 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where the memorial service will be conducted on Friday, May 15th, 2015 at 11:00 a.m.  In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Marie are asked to consider the St. Joseph’s Hospice (London) or the London Regional Cancer Program.

 

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Emma and Alex DobronyiDear Bill and Family. We are saddened to learn of Marie's passing. She was a great lady and will be missed by everyone who knew her. Emma and Alex
Paula Sabourin EdwardsDear Diane, Sharon , Linda , Bill and family. So sorry for your loss. I will always have special memories of Marie and all the fun times we had on Runnymede Crescent and over these many years. Marie will be missed by many. Love from Paula and family
Ann LoebachI am so saddened to hear of Marie's passing and will always remember her kindness to me as a younger student as we walked home from high school to our neighbourhood where we both lived in London west. I was so glad to connect with her these last few years as we ladies lunched and I was able to enjoy her infectious sense of humor.
Dot and Dick LowDear Bill and family We have a real sense of loss with news of Marie's passing.We hope the thoughts of your many friends at this time will be of comfort to you all. With heartfelt sympathy from Dot&Dick
Cathie RutterI'm saddened to hear of Marie's passing - she was a very strong woman and if anyone could have won the challenge, it would have been Marie. My condolences to Bill, Diane and Emily, Sharon, Linda and families. I recall our last and recent conversation where Marie was just as optimistic as always and her robust laugh will stay in my memory and heart forever. Gone on a new journey but never forgotten. Cathie and family.
The Pickell FamilyLinda and Family...Please know we are thinking of you and your Family during this time..We have many great memories of Marie when she and your Dad would visit you in Courtice...She was such an amazing person, always made us laugh...May you hold close your memories and rely on friends and family during this difficult time...Keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.
The Pickell FamilyLinda and Family...Please know we are thinking of you and your Family during this time..We have many great memories of Marie when she and your Dad would visit you in Courtice...She was such an amazing person, always made us laugh...May you hold close your memories and rely on friends and family during this difficult time...Keeping all of you in our thoughts and prayers.
Wendy HasenhindlSo sorry to hear, my thoughts are with you, deepest sympathy xo
Dale BreaultMy condolences to the family- I had worked with Marie many years ago and it was a pleasure. She had a way of always making you smile with that infectious laugh of hers. Rest in peace Marie.
Bobby Oast and Tracy RoseDear Bill and family: Tracy, Ryan, and I are so sorry to hear about this. Marie was a dear, smart person, and we will always remember how much fun she was. We will miss her in Asheville. Please take care of yourself. Bobby Oast
Mary Lou NicholsonMy sympathy to all the Colbert family for your loss. Marie shall be missed by many Mary lou Nicholson
Sharon KeithMarie was a classy and vibrant lady, and a role model for many. I'm afraid that it has been too many years since I last saw her and am saddened to know that there is no chance of me seeing her again on this earth. However, my memory of her will forever be a gorgeous, smart, funny, energetic person in her prime, and for that I am grateful. I am saddened to know for sure that I won't see her again, but I am a better person for having known her.
Sister Frances MacDougall CNDDear Bill and family, I always loved meeting Marie when I visited with Don and Marion. What a beautiful person! Be assured of my prayerful support in these difficult days. May your faith be a consolation to you knowing we will all meet again. Sister Frances
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