Thomas, Marion Louise (née Keeler)

Thomas, Marion Louise (née Keeler)

August 29th, 2016

Passed away peacefully at Parkwood Institute on Monday, August 29, 2016. Beloved wife of the late Robert Thomas. Loving mother of Jim Crossley. Dearly remembered by her grandchildren. Sister of Ross Keeler (Wilma) and David Keeler (Lois). Also missed by several nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Predeceased by her first two husbands, James Crossley and Harold Self, and by her brother William Keeler. Cremation has taken place. The memorial service will be conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Thursday, September 1, 2016 at 1:00 p.m., with visitation starting at 11:00 a.m. Interment at Woodland Cemetery. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Marion are asked to consider the Scleroderma Society of Canada or charity of choice

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Pat HummelI will always remember Marion as the epitome of a very classy lady. Heaven now has another angel.
Sandra BissonToday I lost my dear friend Marion, this kind and loving women, takes with her my love, and will always be in my heart, may you RIP Marion big hugs.xoxo
Michael and Gloria CowanWe have very fond memories of the times we shared together in so many places. Like Bob's cottage (we hated the bugs), Florida (we hated the bugs there too, but really great shopping). All those trips to the wholesale stores and yes all those moves, packing, packing and more packing. We will miss you our friend.
Mary Doucette (Shipp)Marion was quite classy lady who loved to entertain ,my first day with her as her helper companion ,support worker (friend) was when I made her Easter Dinner it was lovely ,We then did several things together , she was a sweet lady and I loved her,and she loved hugs, RIP Marion ,no more pain God Bless ,my condolences to her son and family Mary Doucette (Shipp)
Debby PitcherMy dear friend Marion. So many memories we have shared over the last 23 years. I will miss you so much. God Bless xo
Mary Watson Dear Ross and David, I was so sad to read of Marion's death. I well remember playing with her - usually daily - when we were all kids. Your Dad had built the playhouse, the "merry-go-round", the galloping horse and we seemed to live in enchantment every time we all got together with all the neighbourhood children gathering at the Keeler home. I remember, too, sitting in the the breakfast nook, with everyone, while David entertained us with "noises"!!!!! (Sorry David, had to say it didn't I!) We used to have baseball games in the tall grass at times, while the unused lots behind the service station were available. I could neither throw the ball straight nor hit it. Never a sports person! Your Mom and my Mom worked together in the Keeler dairy bar, and Sonny (Earl) Kraul used to work there when he wasn't at the ballet school in Toronto. The whole place was a Keeler enterprise and both the home and business were fun places to be. Such happy memories! Such a grand family. Such wonderful welcomings when everyone got together. It was a wonderful time to grow up! Everyone will always be a part of my memory - and the memories were all wonderful.
Karen Anderson ( Davies)Dear Ross and David, So very sorry to read of Marion's death. Many fun times and memories of the Keeler's gas station and dairy bar , teasing Marion about her boyfriends and in general probably just being a pest ha ha.! as she was sunbathing in the yard. It is so good to have the fun and wonderful memories.
Nancy MurrayMy deepest sympathy to the family of Marion. It was a pleasure to know her and times spent with her were very special. Such a shame for this beautiful lady to have suffered but she is now pain free and dancing in Heaven. Keep smiling my Friend. You will be missed.
Margaret ChambersMarion was a classy lady, a good friend, and a co-worker for over 20 years. Many happy memories. She will be greatly missed but she is now at peace.
Margaret Togni FoxMarion was a dear friend. She was a loving and caring person and there was finesse in everything she touched She was there through troubled times as we lost our husbands around the same time. Her frustration with her computer was paramount and I will miss her phone calls for help with her printer or her laptop for seemingly missing information. She was one of a kind. Rest in peace my dear friend. I will miss you ❤️❤️
Lynn Nash Dave & Ross & Family, So sorry to hear of Marion's passing. She was always my favorite cousin, always so beautiful and kind to a youngster who adored her. Although we are geographically far away, we always kept in touch as the years passed by. Through the challenges, Marion was always positive & upbeat. Our deepest sympathies & kindest thoughts your way. She's in a better place now.
Jennifer CooperMarion helped prepare me to take on her role at Economical Insurance when she retired. Her guidance, patience and humour was always appreciated. I remember being so impressed by how polished and professional she was; as others have said "she was one classy lady"! My deepest condolences to her family.
Brian, Claudette Nash & Family So sad to hear of Marion's passing...and though we have not seen her for a few years, have many memories of her smiling face and kindness in helping others in any way she was able. Know she will be missed by many, but thankfully she is now at peace.
BRIAN CROSSDear Ross and Wilma and family members;On behalf of the entire Cross,Martin,and TenHaaff families,we are so very saddened to hear of the very recent passing of a truly fine citizen of our community loved by one and all we are sure and sadly missed.our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.May God lead you all forward with his guidance to better days ahead in your respective current careers,lives,and great volunteer activities as a lifelong valued member of the Mocha Temple Shriners,In closing it is our way of saying thanks for all you have done for this young gentleman born with Cerebral Palsy,June1953,in Perth,Ontario.Take care of yourselves and family members for us as always.it was a pleasure to retun the favour for you folks on behalf of all Parkwood Institute staff members okay.Yours Sincerely,Brian,Mary,Cross,Harry,Darlene,TenHaaf and family,london,St.Thomas,Ontario,Brenda,and Doug Martin,Scarborough,Ontario.
Alison (nee Schoug) AlmeidaDear Jim, Uncle Ross, Uncle Dave and Families Sorry for the loss of your lovely mom and sister. She was an incredible lady and always exuded such warmth and love. Our sincerest sympathy and condolences. Love Ali (nee Schoug), Eddy, Deprise, Natasha and Nolan Almeida
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