Bruce Beach Cottagers' Association | Amicitia et Peritia - obituary

By: Bruce Beach  09-12-2011

Died peacefully at Belmont House on September 2, 2011. Born on February 22, 1934, Nadine married Donald MacLennan QC on June 29, 1957 and enjoyed over 50 years of marriage. Nadine’s son, David Neil, died in a boating accident on July 30, 1988.

Nadine will be missed by her daughters, Catherine (Rob), Barbara, and Sarah (Richard), and her granddaughters, Erin, Tara, Tess, and her sister-in-law, Jean, her brother-in-law, Bill Lindsay, and her brother-in-law Ken. Nadine will also be missed by her many great friends who enjoyed Mom’s loyal friendship, laughter and great cooking on many an occasion. The family would also like to thank the special people who work and volunteer at Belmont House, who showed Nadine such generous care, love and respect, and enjoyed Nadine’s smile every day.

Nadine’s life will be celebrated on Thursday, September 8th at 11:00 am at the Bruce Beach church grounds, preceded by visitation from 10:00 am to 11:00 am in the Bruce Beach church grounds. Friends and family are invited to continue the celebration with refreshments and sandwiches at 52 Bruce Beach.

Donations can be sent to the Alzheimer Society of Canada or the Belmont House Foundation.

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