Luffman, Lorna Evelyn

Luffman, Lorna Evelyn

January 4th, 2019

Peacefully, at St. Joseph’s Hospice, on Friday, January 4, 2019 in her 83rd year. Beloved wife of the late Joseph S. Luffman. Loving mother of LeAnne (Tom) Quigley and Paul (Joanne) Luffman. Cherished grandmother of Erica, Jennifer (Luke) and Liam. Dear sister of Carol Gamble. Cremation has taken place. At the request of Lorna, there will be no visitation or service. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Lorna are asked to consider the London Regional Cancer Program, The Salvation Army or St. Joseph’s Hospice. 

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Bill Furlonger and Paula Hossack-FurlongerWe are saddened by the loss of one amazing lady. Lorna was loved by anyone who had an opportunity to meet her. She always took time to look after others before looking after herself. May your treasured memories bring you comfort during this difficult time.
Susan HollymanLorna was, simply put, a lovely lady. She was kind, generous , and great fun as well. It was my privilege to come to know her through the May Court Club of London. There she shared unstintingly of her time and talents. My sincere sympathy to her family. Susan Hollyman
Christine FeldMy fondest childhood memories were at the Luffman house where Mrs. Luffman always embraced me with her kindness. Always a lovely woman who will be sadly missed.
Ann TaylorJoanne and family, so sorry to read of your loss. Thinking of you at this difficult time. (worked with Joanne)
Beverly AbbottMy thoughts and prayers are with you and your family LeAnne, as you mourn the loss of your mother. My deepest sympathy.
Jan DeRoseLorna was part of the May Court Wednesday cooking group, making preserves and savory items for the November Marketplace. She was always so cheerful and had funny stories to tell. The workshops were filled with much laughter. We have missed her company the last two years as she was unable to participate due to health reasons. We have lost a great friend. Jan DeRose
Robert BrownDear LeAnne & Paul We both are so sad to hear of the passing of our dear friend, Lorna. We will cherish all the wonderful memories of the great times we had together with your Mom and Dad. We had know them both since early 1962, meeting them in our first apartment in Thorncliffe Park. Our deepest sympathy to both your families, as I know Lorna just loved her grandchildren !!! May she rest in peace, as I know that she suffered these past few months. We talked to Lorna regularly, and she remand so strong. Love, Joan & Gord
Linda and Larry CottellLeAnne, Paul and family I first met your Mom in Toronto when we worked together at the Village Shop. We socialized with your Mom and Dad and met you when you were teenagers. Later, after moving to London I saw your Mom several times at the Newcomer meetings. Lorna was a very classy, gentle lady with a great sense of humour and a very giving heart. Our deepest sympathy to all of you at this time.
Libby ThomsonMy sincere sympathy to Lorna's family. I met Lorna through our involvement with The May Court Club of London where her gracious presence pitching into whatever task was at hand, sharing stories and laughing brightened everyone's day. She was a very special person and I miss her.
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