Lynn Wall Obituary
It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Lynn Wall (London, Ontario), who passed away on May 12, 2019, leaving to mourn family and friends. Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of Lynn Wall to pay them a last tribute. You may also light a candle in honor of Lynn Wall.
A celebration of life will be held on Sunday, June 2nd 2019 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM at the Royal Canadian Legion - Branch 533 (Byron-Springbank Branch 533, 1276 Commissioners Road, West London, Ontario N6K 1E1).
Mom's Life and a Memorial / Celebration of that Life Ceremony
It is with regret that I let you know that our mother (Lynn Wall) passed away on Mother's Day - May 12 th from advanced cancer. She spent her last days in the beautiful Jessica's House Hospice in Exeter, and I am happy that she at least did not spend those days in the hospital environment. Jessica's House is a community driven hospice filled with caring people and worth your support.
There is a planned service for mom from 1 to 2 PM on June 2nd. - followed by light food / snacks from 2 PM - 3 PM. Please note that while the planned service is from 1 to 2 PM - during the light food time, we would still like people to be able to still speak about mom
Service to be held at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 533
Location Royal Canadian Legion,...............Byron-Springbank Branch 533,
1276 Commissioners Road, West
Lynn Wall is survived by her son Thomas Wall, and her lovely daughters Tracey Tait, and Tiffany Fidom as well George Wall, whom, she considered her son and Samantha Bond (Wall) who she considered her Daughter In-law, and last but not least by her son in-law Peter Waldron .
She was born in Toronto, Date of birth Nov. 25, 1943
and was living in Vanastra / Clinton at the time of her passing.
During her life, she worked as a school bus driver and as a bookkeeper, but her primary gift to the world was her love for those relatives, both blood and adopted (though not legally) that she chose to take into her life. So many people called her mom, aunt, sister or nana, grandmother and great grandmother...... She will be sorely missed
She was predeceased, by husband Lloyd " ARTHUR " Wall, as well as by Neil Wall whom she in every way that mattered felt was her son.
During the years when Lynn was in better health, she loved to bowl, and bowled in many championships around the province
Lynn loved her 2 dogs and they protected her with a vengeance :)
Mom also loved very much the art of growing life from seed and every spring would eagerly await the act of new creation of life from out from under the snow.
Mom believed in a heavenly being in the same way that we teach children about Santa Clause. - There is a list, and it has nothing to do with how often you are in church, how often you are in bible study, or how loudly you praise him in front of a crowd. - God knows - just like Santa does, whether you are naughty or nice. - It is not about what you do in public, it is all about what you do in private when no one is watching that decides what will happen to you after you die.
I think that she truly loved each and every one of the Toronto Blue Jays baseball players :)
P.S. If you can not attend, but would like to have something read or available to be read at the event, please feel free to send that in advance.
5198709616 (smart phone)
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