ANNUAL FALL MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT & TOOL CONSIGNMENT AUCTION OCTOBER 13TH AT 9:00 AM
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.