Vissers (ne Sanders), Johanna Maria

Vissers (ne Sanders), Johanna Maria

June 11th, 2015

Of London, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Thursday, June 11, 2015, in her 87th year. Beloved wife and best friend of the late Gerry Vissers (2004). Loved mother of Mary Anne (Peter) Campbell of London and Albert Vissers of Strathroy. Cherished Oma of Allison (Mike) Beharriell and Kelly (Joe) Campbell. Survived by her brother and sister-in-law, Peter and Dieny Sanders, of the Netherlands and many nieces and nephews.  A private family service will be held as per Johanna’s wishes.  Donations in memory of Johanna may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Ontario or The Kidney Foundation of Canada.

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Allan, Gail and KarenMarianne and Albert Our deepest sympathy on the loss of your beloved Mother. Joanna was a fine lady, a dear friend and an example of strength and loving. To all your family, our thoughts and prayers are with you on this sad time. Allan, Gail and Karen
Nicole, Luke, Adriana, Anabelle, Anika & JakobOur deepest sympathy to you and your family, both near and far. Heaven has truly gained another angel. She will be deeply missed, but will be watching over everyone with a smile. Love the Czyz Family
Mary and John BadaliIt is with a heavy heart I leave this message for the entire Campbell family. Maryanne, your mother was a great lady. She will be sorely missed. I remember, many years ago, when I met her for the first time. It was just after our Knoepfli lake experience. We had never met yet here she was enveloping me in the biggest bear hug ever to thank me for jumping in with you that day. She said I was an angel and she gave me a beautiful carving of one. I look at that angel and think to myself she has now become that piece. She is looking down on you and your family and will watch over you always. Forever in our hearts. Love to you all.
Joyce MaitlandI am so sorry to hear about your mom's passing. Even though I am unable to be there in person today, I will be thinking of all of you. Please know you have my deepest sympathies.
Pauline Daniel ...LucieAnnie helped me a lot in my childhood. In her spunky manner, she helped me accept myself by being herself. With a gentle heart and a direct manner of speaking. Compelled to tell the truth. Every time coming to see her, she'd get us a good stiff gin and tonic, and get down to business, what's happening. Before I'd known what the word "passionate" meant, I knew SHE was passionate, and as a young woman, I was exhilarated. A big YES, deep in my soul resonated with her. A visit in Vancouver, when I had my own business and was putting myself way out past my comfort zone, she knew all about it. Rattling off a whole bunch of insights and ideas, then, the end of the conversation, she's off! I'm so grateful for her in my life.
Jane MastrandreaMary Anne. May you and your family find much comfort in the many happy memories of your mother that you share at this difficult time . Jane Mastrandrea
Bob and Denise WilsonDear MaryAnn, Peter, Albie, Allison, Mike, Kelly, and Joe Our sincere Sympathy on the loss of your Dear Mom and Oma. She was a Beautiful Warm Woman. It was our Honour to have known her. Thinking you at this time. Bob Denise and Boys
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