TREMBLAY, Mildred (80)
Funeral Home:LOUGHEED FUNERAL HOME
Visitation:Jan.31st. from 2-5pm. and 7-9pm.
TREMBLAY, Mildred - In loving memory of Mildred Tremblay (nee Dashney), days away from her 80th birthday, passed away Monday, January 28th, 2013 after a brief illness, at Health Sciences North. Born in Sudbury February 3rd, 1933 to Wilbert and Cecile (nee Paquette) Dashney, (predeceased) and sister to Osborn (predeceased). Dear sister in law of Wilfred Tremblay (wife Shirley). Married to Albert Tremblay in Chelmsford, September 25th, 1954 (predeceased 1998). Loving mother of Michael (Montreal), Francine (Toronto), Micheline (John Kociolek, Spring Bay), Daniel (Lynne Castonguay, Espanola). Nana to Aaron (Allyson) and Amy Kociolek, Joel and Nicolas Tremblay, and soon to be great grandmother to Adam Kociolek. Mildred was an ambitious and dedicated person who loved people. She spent many years in sales, teaching cooking classes, owner and operator of their hobby farm, volunteering and generously donating her time as a member of O.A. Mildred, a faithful Christian, practiced to the best of her ability unconditional love, to her cherished family and many friends. Resting at the LOUGHEED FUNERAL HOME, 252 Regent St. at Hazel St. (Friends may call 2-5; 7-9pm Thursday with parish prayers 7:30pm). Funeral Mass in St. Patrick's Church 39 Walford Rd., Sudbury Friday, February 1st, 2013 at 10am. Interment in the family plot at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Chelmsford. In lieu of flowers, donations to Birthright, Heart and Stroke Foundation, or Northern Cancer Foundation would be appreciated. To light a memorial candle, donations or messages of condolences available on-line atwww.lougheed.orgReturn to obituaries
Condolences & deepest regrets at the lost of a great woman. Losing a Mother is akin to losing ur soul. Prayers to all the family. ps. Michel , dear cousin ,have been trying to contact you for years.. use -email above.
A beautiful lady who will be missed. My condolences.
My sincere condolences on the passing of your mother. I had met your family many years ago while researching the Dashney Family tree and have kept in touch with your Mom by e-mail over the years. Mildred was a great help in assisting me with keeping up your branch of the tree. I will miss her e-mails and information. It is my sincere hope that one of the children will keep me posted on any family happenings. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Sincerely your distant cousin, Agnes
Mildred helped me so much through her volunteer work with OA. I have lost 35 pounds and all of my lab work is good. She has been such an inspiration and will be sorely missed. I am praying that God will bring comfort to her family and many friends.
Our sincere condolences in the passing of your beloved mother and our cousin, Mildred Tremblay. Our hearts are with your family during this difficult time. She is now with her brother Osborn and her parents and she will keep watching over all of you. From: Ottawa, Ontario