Walsh, Irene (née Jones)

Walsh, Irene (née Jones)

May 23rd, 2021

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Irene Walsh, of London, at University Hospital on Sunday, May 23, 2021, in her 88th year. Beloved wife of Peter Walsh for 66 years. Loving mother of Janet (Steve) Noyes, Peter (Antoinette) Walsh, and Laurie Walsh. Adored Nanny of Kevin, much-loved Nana of Danika and Christina. Irene was the last remaining child of the Jones family. Cremation has taken place. A celebration of life will be announced at a later date. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Irene are asked to consider the Shriners Hospitals for Children.

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Carol GriffinWith our deepest sympathy. Sorry for your great loss. The Jones' s are all back together. They will all be there to welcome her home Love to all. Love Carol, Scott and families. Xoxo
Susan and Thomas GalleySending prayers and hugs to all the family at this difficult time Aunt Irene had a loving and caring heart. Her smile was one I will always remember and she could make you feel better no matter what. She will be greatly missed. Love to all ..."Good night and God bless Aunt Irene"
Courtney Linstead Sending love and hugs, sorry for your loss ❤️
CindyBeaton My deepest sympathy to the family.Enjoyed cutting Irenes hair for many years.We had so many good chats and laughs,will miss your beautiful smile..
Les and Cathy AndersonOur deepest condolences to the Walsh family. Loving memories of Aunt Irene will remain forever in your hearts. Les, Cathy and family......
Margarita Kelly Thinking of you all especially Uncle Peter. What a sad place to be after 66 years of marriage. Lonely for you all. I'm thinking and praying for you.
Cheryl and Ron MillerSending love and prayers to you and your family at this time of great loss and sadness. May God’s promise of eternal life bring comfort and peace. Remembering Irene’s eternal optimism, sharp sense of humour and her amazing smile - such a ray of sunshine! Blessings, Cheryl, Ron and ‘The Girls’ ( as Irene would say )
Lynn KalinichGood Night and God Bless, Auntie Irene xo
ElaineOur deepest condolences,Peter and family at this sad time. Irene will be fondly remembered. Blessings to all. Bob and Elaine.
Elaine ReeceOur deepest condolences to Peter and family.
Keith and Pamela BrooksPamela and I send our deepest condolences to Peter and family. We have many happy memories of times together and much laughter. Our prayers remain with you.
Louise Mary KeskinenThe St. Anne's Library Ladies send our sincere and heartfelt sympathy to you Peter and your family at this sad time. We remember our Monday morning visits with both of you sharing news, smiles and faith. With our prayers CJ.,, Joy and Louise
Bill and Lori JonesDear Uncle Peter, you were so incredible with Aunt Irene and by her side always. We loved how you teased her and she always had a quick come back that was hysterical. Janet, Pete and Laurie, you had a one in a million role model and it shows in all of you. XXX Our children and grandchildren will miss you Aunt Irene, you are #1 Auntie to them. Heaven has gained an angel. Love and hugs Bill and Lori
Jayne WelshIrene was a much adored Auntie who always had a wonderful smile on her face and a wicked sense of humour. Lots of wonderful memories of her visits to England and our visits to Canada. Irene introduced us to her delicious home cooking including meatloaf, lasagne and banana cake. She was a treasured Auntie to us all and was always just a phone call away across the Pond. Condolences to Peter, Laurie, Janet and Peter Junior and their respective partners. Much love from The Welsh family.
Bill Gold (Parkwood)Peter we are thinking of you and your family at this difficult time. The devotion you and Irene had for each other did not go unnoticed. Irene's eye rolls when you would share a one line groaner.... Your patience when Irene was busy enjoying the company of others (even thou you were double parked and fearing a ticket). It was a pleasure getting to know both of you on a personal level. On behalf of my family, the participants, other volunteers and staff at Parkwood, I offer our condolences.
Albert and Sheila Roberts and familyPeter and family we are thinking of all at this very sad time,Irene was a lovely lady, her time on visiting in England and our wonderful time when we visited in Canada, made us all so welcome, and her wonderful food. Much love to you all.. All the Roberts tribe xxxxxx
Michele and David PayneOur deepest condolences go out to Peter and your family. We have very fond memories of Irene and you, Peter and always enjoyed our “catch up” sessions whenever we bumped into each other. Our prayers are with you at this time.
Arlene MaharajMr. Walsh and families, We are sending you our deepest condolences. Mrs. Walsh was so kind and thoughtful. We truly enjoyed having you as neighbours. We are thinking of you at this difficult time. Arlene, Liam, Nicholas, Emily and Benjamin.
Don RossDear Peter and family, It’s been many years but thinking about you at this time. My personal condolences and those of your mother Lodge, The Royal Edward No. 90.
Heather Gough (Parkwood)Peter, my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you mourn the loss of Irene. I loved chatting with her during PMP. Her presence always added a boost to the group as she shared a special sort of lightheartedness !
Jim SimpsonDear Peter, Please accept my condolences on the passing of your wife. While I did not know her personally, I know she had struggles in later years, made more bearable I am sure by your faithful devotion.
Thomas Heald Please accept my deepest sympathy in the passing of Irene. I also lost Kathleen in January. Two special angels looking after both of us and our families. Tom
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