McNaughton, Sheila Elizabeth

McNaughton, Sheila Elizabeth

February 1st, 2017

Gone to her Heavenly Home on Wednesday, February 1st, 2017, of London at the age of 78. Beloved wife of the late Malcolm McNaughton. Cherished sister of Duncan Findlay and his wife Marjorie. Much loved aunt of David Findlay (Sharon), John Findlay (Sabine) and great-aunt of Tyler Findlay (Michelle); Amanda, Nadine, Samantha and Jordan Findlay. Loved sister-in-law of Ruth Enns (John), Evangeline Thiessen (Cornelius), and David McNaughton (Joyce). She will also be missed by many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Sheila was privileged to serve her Lord for 38 years under the Evangelical Alliance Mission of Canada with her special missionary family. Special thanks to Henley Place and Richmond Woods for their exceptional care. A Celebration of Sheila’s life will be conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Tuesday, February 7th, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.

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Lottie & John KelsallDear Duncan & Majorie & Family, Lottie & I want to extend to you our love and condolences on the passing of your beloved sister Sheila into Glory. In Heaven she will be reunited with her dear and very precious Malcolm as well as many others she knew and ministered to in Venezuela. Sheila was a true servant of Jesus Christ, full of the Holy Spirit, selfless, full of God's love, and yes - a great sense of humour and ready for a good laugh. We have many memories of the fun and relaxing times we had together at our cottage on Lake Talon near Rutherglen ON. Sheila loved the outdoors, the water, and the many good sleeps. So dear Sheila - until we meet again in the Presence of our Great God and Saviour Jesus Christ. Love - Lottie & John Kelsall & Family
Gail PartridgeDear Duncan, Marjorie and family, My condolences and prayers for the family in the passing of Sheila. She was a valued member of our Life Group for many years. Her sense of humour and Bible knowledge were a welcome addition to our lessons. Rest in peace Sheila as God and Malcolm welcomes you home. Love Gail
Joan ScheererDuncan &Marj Gone but not forgotten left many goood memories,she has no more pain and rejoicing up in heaven with friends.
Joanne(reception at RW)Duncan & Marjorie. My condolences with the passing of Sheila. Sheila was such a sweet lady! So thankful to have known her. Thankful that she is now with her Lord and Saviour! My prayers are with you!!
william munoz yo conocí a sheila en Venezuela por medio de la familia belch y que agradable mujer y amor de Dios ella tenia cuando hablaba o daba consejos y recuerdo que en una oportunidad cuando ella visitaba a los belch , le pregunte sobre el amor y me hablo de una manera especial que vi el gran amor que ella tenia sobre Jesus y como tenemos que demostralo a todos . lo siento mucho por este momento dificil pero ustedes saben que ella esta en un mejor lugar con el SENOR . lo siento por mi ingles mi nombre es william munoz I met sheila in Venezuela through the belch family and what a nice woman and love of God she had when she spoke or gave advice and I remember that on one occasion when she visited the belch, I asked about love and I talk about a Special way that I saw the great love that she had about Jesus and how we have to prove it to everyone. I am very sorry for this difficult moment but you know that she is in a better place with the Lord. Sorry for my english my name is william munoz
Melody Zondag FernandezSo Sorry for your loss! She was family to so many of us . She was my favorite adopted Aunt so full of grace and love. Always filled the room with joy and laughter. The party just picked up a little when Aunt Sheila arrived in Heaven. What an honour to have known and loved her!
Merry-Zoe UnderlandDear family and friends of Sheila, She was the bravest lady l knew. She was smart, fun and loved JESUS with all of her heart! We are seeing the passing of a Titus woman. I'm sure she would be pleased to know that some of us are running the race a little harder and choosing to take the baton she passes because of the way she ran the race before us!
Susan & RalphDear Duncan, Marjorie & family ~ Our thoughts & prayers are with you at the blessed passing of Sheila. She will be missed. Her love for Jesus and her sense of humour were gifts to us. We are better for knowing her xx
Anna My sincere sympathy on the loss of Sheila. Pray to God for help in coping with the loss of this dear woman. In God's own due time, he will destroy death because he views it as an enemy. Never again will we mourn for our dear loved ones. Revelation 21:3,4
Shellyn Renken SnowdenI had the privilege of knowing Aunt Sheila and Uncle Malcolm in Venezuela. My parents were the dorm parents at the "big girls'dorm" while the McNaughtons were at the "big boys' dorm." The love they shared with each other and with us left an indelible impression on me (and, I think, all of us). The example she set for us as a godly woman was unique and wonderful. I mourn her passing, but rejoice knowing she's with her Saviour.
Ron ChuggDuncan, Marjorie and family. My prayers and love to all of you. I know you all loved Sheila very much. Sheila touched so many people that there are people on nearly every continent mourning her passing, but also rejoicing that after a life so well lived she is heaven with her Savior. She was so many things to me: dorm mother, disciplinarian, Spanish teacher (my first introduction to the term subjunctive case), spiritual mentor and friend. The collective IQ always rose when Sheila was present, and so did the laughter and joy level. I will never forget how she faced Malcolm’s death with such courage and grace. Malcolm and Sheila were practical people. They were doers. They got things done. How I cherish the memories of the Christmases she spent with us and how much more fun they were because she was there. She truly loved the Lord and touched so many with His love. I and so many others all over the world will miss her deeply.
Carrol ZondagDear Duncan, Marjorie and family. I love the promise that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. May God comfort you at this time. Sheila was a wonderful friend that brought joy and laughter into our home with each visit. Her exemplary life in follwoing Jesus was a great challenge and example to the many lives she touched.
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