Lehmkuhl, Katherine

Lehmkuhl, Katherine

May 20th, 2017

Surrounded by family, Anne Lehmkuhl passed away peacefully at London Health Sciences Centre – University Hospital on May 20th, 2017 at the age of 81. Beloved wife of Hans Erik. Loving mother of Peter (Linda), David (Kathryn) and Susan Kovacs. Proud Nana of Daniel (Laura), Michael, Brian (Shelby), Michelle (Graham), Julia (Sean), Nicole, Danielle, Hayden and Maverick; great-grandma of Brooke, Hannah, Colten and Jackson.  A memorial visitation to celebrate Anne’s Life will be held on Sunday, June 25th, 2017 from 1:00-4:00 p.m. at the HILTON GARDEN INN, 100 Traders Boulevard East, Mississauga, Ontario, L4Z 2H7. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Anne are asked to consider the Heart and Stroke Foundation or charity of choice. Arrangements entrusted to Westview Funeral Chapel, (519) 641-1793.

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Patricia UrquhartOur thoughts are with Haans and the family at this time. Anne was such a lovely lady and I so enjoyed talking with her. Last summer she and Haans attended many of our outings here at Masonville Manor and it was always a complete joy when I knew the two of them were coming. She will always be remembered in the many pictures we have of them and for their wonderful 10 seconds of fame on our you-tube video we made last year. Patty Urquhart ......
Marguerite Gunning and familyMy deepest condolences to the family. Anne was an absolutely lovely genuine person, full of life and laughter. She never failed to bring a smile to your face. I know her family and friends will have endless wonderful memories. Marguerite and family
Shannon WellsSo sorry Jules, Susan, Hans and the rest of the family for your loss. I am glad to say that I had the privilege of meeting Anne and Hans for lunch approximately 3 years ago. From the moment I met Anne, I knew she loved her family, was a happy woman and cared a lot for others. Jules told me the "Chin Up" story and it is funny, I can so see her saying that. Thinking of all of you through this difficult time.
Lois (McGill) StiltzMy sincere condolences to Hans, and to Peter, David,Paul and Susan and your families on the loss of your beloved Anne and Mom. Although we have lost touch during the past number of years, I have many fond memories of our times together and the adventures we shared raising our combined eight children. Moms live in our hearts forever and may the legacy of her love of life and joy she brought to others bring you comfort now and in the times to come. Lovingly remembered by Lois,Caroline (Messier)and Leslie (McGill)
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