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Lois Beatty

BEATTY, Lois - Peacefully at her home, surrounded by her loving family, on Sunday January 6, 2019. Lois (nee Kenerson), of Brantford, in her 89th year. Beloved wife of the late David F. Beatty (1965). Loving mother of Scott Beatty (Marilyn Panton) and the daughter she never had, Kathy Leuszler. Cherished grandmother of Kayla (Seth Shelley), JR Szabo (Jen) and great-grandchildren; Peyton, Lucas, Heathcliff, Farah and Emery. Survived by her nephews & nieces; Dick & Judy Gleiser, Brian & Judy Gleiser, Peter & Carol Clark, Lynn & Brian Kennedy and families. Sadly missed by Pat Fedak who was a consistent, wonderful friend through this journey. Predeceased by; her parents Harry & Ella Kenerson, sisters Mary Gleiser, Verta McNabb, and nephew and nieces Eion & Janet MacKinnon, Lorriane Gleiser. Lois began her nursing career at the Hamilton General Hospital in 1951 where she retired in 2001. After Davidís passing in 1965 she continued working and raising her son with the help of her mother, Ella who passed away in 1975. Lois was a quiet, genteel lady and very thoughtful, caring and generous giving her time as a member of the Brant Historical Society, Garden Club, Brant Ontario Genealogy Society and a volunteer with other various charities. She loved her family and dogs; Daisy and Homer. A Celebration of Loisí Life will be held in May. Arrangements entrusted to the Keith Ovington Funeral Home, 134 King Street, Burford. As expressions of sympathy, donations in Loisí memory may be made to Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation, Hillside Kennels or a charity of your choice. KEITH OVINGTON FUNERAL HOME 519-449-1112. Special thanks to 3 very special angels who made Loisí wishes of staying in her home overlooking her garden during her final journey; Kathy Leuszler, Bonnie Pellow and Dawn. Lois lived & died on her own terms, always a lady of integrity. 13320262
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Posted by Mary Thorne (Brantford Garden Club 9President) On Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Deepest sympathys from the board and all members

Some still remember and wanted to give a kind thought to the Family....Mary Thorne

Posted by Maryke Barnes (acquaintance) On Wednesday, January 9, 2019
I had the privilege of meeting Lois through Pat Fedak. There were several lunches to which I was invited where

Lois and Pat included me in their lively conversations about everything under the sun. A fine, and clever lady Lois will be missed by all who knew her. My sympathies go out to her family and friends.

with fond memories, Maryke Barnes

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