Phyllis (Walker) MacLean

Phyllis (Walker) MacLean

Friday, March 16th, 1917 - Wednesday, February 26th, 2020
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Phyllis passed away peacefully at St. Patrick’s Home in Ottawa Ontario on February 26th 2020, three weeks short of her 103rd birthday.

Phyllis was a long time Registered Nurse who worked at Dr. Stevenson’s Private Hospital moving to Milton District Hospital when it first opened in 1959 and remained there until her retirement.

She was a loving mother to Jane (Andrew Harley) of Ottawa, Ontario and a much appreciated grandmother to Christopher (Vedrana) of Mississauga and Michael (Kaitlin) of Toronto.

She is predeceased by husbands Fred B. Walker and Donald A. MacLean.

Survived by her sister June Roberts in Exeter Ontario and several nieces and nephews.

Cremation has taken place. Due to the Coronavirus Outbreak, a Visitation at McKersie-Kocher Funeral Home, 114 Main Street East, (905) 878-4452, Milton will be announced at a later date. Private Family funeral will also take place at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, for those wishing to make a remembrance, a donation to Milton District Hospital or St. Paul’s United Church would be appreciated by the family.
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Stan Johns

Posted at 03:49pm
I remember Aunt Phyllis when she and her husband Fred came to Shearwater Naval base when I was stationed there. Uncle Fred I was told by him had gone to school with my bases Captain T.Pullen . I was in shock,but I got over it ! I retired after 29 years service,but I kept in touch with Aunt Phyllis through my Aunt June. Many memories are held by me of times at my family’s cottage . May she be at peace with Fred and Don and her parents Henry and Freida Bierling and brother Andrew and sister Irene.Nephew Stan.

Laurie MacNab

Posted at 11:45am
Dear Jane, Rory and all the family...farewell to a wonderful neighbor and friend of our family during our informative years and beyond. I have many great memories of Aunt Phyl, a chosen aunt to the MacNab family...swims and dinner at the farmstead on Derry, walks down the Bell School Line to enjoy happy hour, Sunday morning drop in at Nab Hill after St Paul's church service, Friday night happy hour on Millside where the conversation never failed to be very lively (I can still see her sputtering when we mentioned the PC party) , her stories of the hospital and Uncle Fred, then her little grin when she told us about Don...she had to ask us not to hug him, he preferred a hand shake, dinner parties with the Sproats, Allens, Nichols, Mary Bell and Freda Clark, her road trips to Exeter and the cop that could not catch her (!), the duck we named after her...she kept that picture on her fridge for many years. I will be honoured to raise a glass to Aunt Phyl when the time is right. Love, Laurie

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