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15093 Cty. Rd. 18, Osnabruck Cen­tre Now Ac­cept­ing The Fol­low­ing: Good Qual­ity Con­sign­ments Of Farm Ma­chin­ery, In­dus­trial/ Con­struc­tion Equip­ment, Cat­tle Han­dling Equip­ment, Farm-re­lated Items In­clud­ing Horse & Hobby-type Ar­ti­cles, Lawn & Gar­den Equip­ment, Shop Tools, ATVS, Good Qual­ity New & Used Build­ing & Fenc­ing Prod­ucts & More. NOTE: It has been proven that the ear­lier you con­sign and the more ex­po­sure and ad­ver­tis­ing your mer­chan­dise re­ceives, the more money it brings. Turn That Un­used Equip­ment Into Cash!! May Items Al­ready Con­signed

Shirley passed away peace­fully at Car­leton Place & District Me­mo­rial Hospi­tal on Au­gust 24th, 2018, in her 89th year. She is pre­de­ceased by her cher­ished hus­band Martin (Marty) Thom­son, and beloved par­ents Fran­cis (Frank) and Alice (Buck­ley) Snow and dear brothers Allan and Franklin Snow. Shirley is sur­vived by her beloved sis­ters Lyn­dith Henry (Snow) from Ot­tawa and Mary Ru­nions (Snow) from Corn­wall; neph­ews Michael (Rachel) Welsh, Stephen (Shelly) Welsh, Jeffrey (Beth) Welsh, and Robin (Paula) Mcin­tosh - all from Corn­wall, On­tario; Michael (Kristi) Snow of Tobac­cov­ille, North Carolina, David and Joshua Snow of Kitch­ener, On­tario and Gary Ni­chol (Lau­rel Wal­lace) from Howe Is­land, On­tario; and by nieces Ronata (Kirk) Dupuis of Long Sault, On­tario, Anne Marie Wig­gin­ton (Snow) of Win­ston-salem, North Carolina and Va­leri, An­drea, Jennifer and Katie Snow of Kitch­ener, On­tario. Shirley is also sur­vived by great neph­ews Pa­trick Wig­ging­ton, Joshua and Ja­cob Welsh, Adrien and John Mcin­tosh; great nieces Kas­san­dra, Amanda, and Michaela Toy, Ser­ena, Brooke, and Hai­ley Welsh, Bri­anne Burelle, Annabelle Mcin­tosh; and great- great nephew Darien; and many more. Shirley worked for Bell Canada in Toronto for al­most 40 years as a con­sci­en­tious and com­pe­tent tele­phone oper­a­tor, even­tu­ally ris­ing to the rank of Su­per­vi­sor. She was viewed by her co-work­ers as friendly, easy to talk to, and a ‘Real Lady’. She en­joyed her re­tire­ment years with Marty in Car­leton Place. She will be greatly and sadly missed by her fam­ily and friends, and her pet cat ‘Cricket’. Shirley will be re­mem­bered for her strong and in­de­pen­dent spirit to the end of her life, her gen­eros­ity to her fam­ily and her quiet sense of hu­mour. Ar­range­ments en­trusted to Alan R. Barker Fu­neral Home.

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