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Sybil McClure

Sybil McClure

Wednesday, August 20th, 1919 - Sunday, February 9th, 2020
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Sybil Florence McClure (nee Green) passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 9th 2020 in her 100 & first year. Daughter of the late Wilfred & Jessie Green. Predeceased by her brother Ron Green, nephew Lorne Green & companion Jim Harrison. She is survived by daughters Jane Wilson (Doug) & Joan Spencer. Much loved Nana of Richard, Kerrin, Connie, Jeff (Ashley), wonderful Great Nanie to Avery Jane, Claire & Ryan and special Aunt of Rhea Green.

She will be missed for her amazing strength, Independence, determination, and her wonderful sense of humour and love for her family. She was a very proud Canadian who served in World War 11. Her detail in her service was Covert Operations, CAMPX. She was also a Lifetime Member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 82 & Charter Member of the Ladies Auxiliary. She will be remembered there for her countless hours of volunteering & the Poppy Drive Campaign.
Her passions were golfing & driving. She drove until the age of 94 and golfed until 95. Mum lived a very full life and loved people.

We would like to thank Dr. Sochocka, Zak, & St. Elizabeth, for their care of Mum over the last few of years, Patrica DeCosta from LINH and a special thank you to Chris Palsar for her friendship & devotion to Mum.

A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, March 29 2020 at the
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 82, 35 Front Street North, Mississauga from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to The Ladies Auxiliary, Royal Canadian Legion Branch 82, Port Credit, or the Heart and Stroke Foundation via McKersie-Kocher Funeral Home in Milton.

“Good-bye my family, my life is past
I loved you all to the very last,
Weep not for me but courage take,
Love each other for my sake.
For those you love don’t go away,
They walk beside you every day.”
She always loved a party. CHEERS!!
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Donations are being accepted for: HEART AND STROKE FOUNDATION OF ONTARIO.

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JW

Jane Wilson

Posted at 09:30am

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KL

Kate Latham

Posted at 08:40am
I have known Sybil for all my life through the Ladies Auxiliary of Branch 82, Port Credit. Always a lot of fun. I will miss her.
The last of our Charter Members all together once again, there's a heck of a reunion party going on somewhere. Cheers Syb!

Posted at 04:17pm
My condolences to you Jane, Doug and the family. May the many precious memories you hold dear give you strength and many moments to smile as you grieve your loss. And may God bless Sybil's soul as she joins those who have gone before her and welcome her home.
John (Chaplain).
LM

Laurie C MacNab

Posted at 10:59am
Dear Jane and family...sincere condolences on the loss of Sybil. I was so glad to have your Mom as a friend and Veteran who loved coming out to events. Her 100th birthday party last year was a testament that many shared my love for your Mom; the history of her wartime contribution is so worth noting especially with this year being the 75th anniversary of VE Day. Sybil lived a very full and wonderful life. With fond memories, Laurie MacNab
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