Collins, Nancy Louise

Collins, Nancy Louise

January 31st, 2021

Passed away peacefully into the presence of her Saviour, at home, on Sunday, January 31, 2021, in 75th year. Predeceased by her husband, Frank Collins. Loving sister of Mary Woodside (Andrew Lamm), of Whitby, ON; Enid Woodside, of London, ON; and Grant Woodside, of Charlottetown, PEI. Predeceased by her sister, Donna (Donald) Ciotti. Nancy will be missed by her many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. A Celebration of Life will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Nancy are asked to consider Jerry Savelle Ministries Inc. – Canada. To contact this charity, please email to:  canada@jsmi.org.

 

 

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Gail and David RichardsEnid, Mary and Grant Please accept our condolences. Nancy and you, Enid were always together and we had so much fun in our school years. I hold many fond memories of our times together, She will be missed. Have you in our prayers. Love in Christ Gail and Dave Richards
Lynda-Sue LedinghamDear Enid, Mary, Grant and all of Nancy's family and friends, Nancy will be forever missed, but never forgotten. What a Blessing Nancy has been to my life as a dear friend and as a Staff Member of Jerry Savelle Ministries Inc.-Canada. Nancy was an integral part of the team and did everything with love and excellence. I sure am thankful for all of Nancy's diligence and assistance. We so appreciate all of Nancy's faithfulness and service. Dr. Jerry Savelle (Brother Jerry) and Rev. Joe McCroskey (Brother Joe) are so grateful for all of Nancy's commitment and loyalty to the Ministry and to The Lord. They send their condolences and prayers to you Enid and family. It has been a Blessing to walk our Journey's here on earth for so many years, as we were about Our Father's Business, seeing many answers to prayers. Many people have been encouraged and loved through Nancy's kindness. We are so happy that you are enjoying Heaven Nancy, with Jesus and all those you love who are now in Heaven. I know you will be cheering us on from Heaven! One day we will all be together again and having the Best Time Ever!!! Love you lots Nancy! Lynda-Sue xo
Kathleen O'ConnorLove to you Enid. May God hold you in your sorrow. Nancy was such a blessing to so many and I was certainly to be counted among them. How I enjoyed teaching Sunday School with Nancy - she had such commitment and spirit and knew how to have fun with the children. I have also appreciated her example as a Christian walking the talk in her day to day life. I know she has been welcomed as a good and faithful servant. I pray for comfort and peace for all the family as you cope with the loss here on earth, but thank you Jesus the day is approaching when we will be embracing and rejoicing again together in heaven! With Love, Kathleen
Nola ThompsonI am very sorry to hear of Nancy's passing and I know she will be greatly missed here on earth by family and friends. Enid, I will always remember the great kindness that both you and Nancy always showed me as a child at church. I will hold those memories with fondness always and trust that Nancy is in the eternal embrace of our God. My prayers go out to Nancy's family, that God may bring comfort as you grieve Nancy's passing. Love, Nola
Ken and Donna MacLeodOur condolences to Nancy’s family. We will miss her but will see her again soon. We can picture her celebrating with my sister Jean Carson and others.
Jean Pendleton Sincere sympathy Mary ,Enid and Grant. I only met Nancy a few times. She was always friendly. Jean Pendleton
Ann & Chip Brooks, FloridaWe were both saddened and relieved to learn from Enid that Nancy joined God Jan 31. I met Nancy and Enid in 1998 attending a seminar in the Caribbean. We became close friends from then on. I recall Nancy visiting me at my then home in Mossley, and my Jack Russell terrier jumping up around Nancy's car when she pulled in. Newton ran off chasing sparrows from the pine tree and Nancy laughed and laughed at Newton's antics. Nancy & Enid were welcomed guests at our home in Florida one Christmas. They even had stocking hung from the mantel with their names on them! Nancy said it was the first time she was swimming on Christmas Day, as we chatted by the pool as the turkey roasted. Shopping trips in old St. Augustine filled many of our days that week, as did lunch out. Fabulous memories, a fabulous and dear friend, much loved and will sorely be missed. Prayer and love to Enid, Mary and Grant. Ann & Chip Brooks
Brenda QuattrinNo more suffering Nancy now that you are with the Lord. I met Nancy and Enid in the nineties and while we were not close once she and Enid moved, I will always remember her kindness and thoughtfulness. My thoughts are with you Enid. Peace and love be with you.
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