STRUBEL, Les­ley El­iz­a­beth

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - OBITUARIES - 1945-2017 www.davi­

It is with the deep­est sad­ness that the fam­ily of Les­ley Strubel an­nounce her pass­ing on June 29th, 2017. Born in Birm­ing­ham, Eng­land on April 17th, 1945, Les­ley was the lov­ing daugh­ter of the late Fred­er­ick Al­bert and Brenda

(nee Dick­ens) Ma­son.

Les­ley is also pre­de­ceased by her fa­ther and mother-in-law, Lorenz and Bar­bara (nee Wettstein) Strubel. Left be­hind to mourn her pass­ing are her ador­ing daugh­ter Mi­randa A.(Mandy), and her lov­ing hus­band Josef (Peter) Strubel. Liv­ing rel­a­tives in Eng­land in­clude her cousins Bar­bara Smith (nee Ma­son) and Ste­wart Dick­ens, and their fam­i­lies. Also left be­hind to grieve are her many lov­ing Ger­man rel­a­tives. A fu­neral ser­vice will be held at St. John’s Angli­can Church in St. Eleanors on Satur­day, July 15th at 10 a.m. While there will be no vis­i­ta­tion, in ac­cor­dance with fam­ily tra­di­tion, a re­cep­tion will be held af­ter the church ser­vice at St. Mary’s Hall in Sum­mer­side. Les­ley’s fam­ily lov­ingly in­vites all at­ten­dees to join in this con­tin­ued cel­e­bra­tion of the life Les­ley lived, and the many lives she touched. This com­ing to­gether will give all those that wish an op­por­tu­nity to share their most cher­ished mem­o­ries and hap­pi­est sto­ries of Les­ley, ei­ther by speak­ing or through the cards pro­vided. The fam­ily will be deeply grate­ful to all those that can leave their trib­utes with them at this time. Les­ley was a nur­turer. This was re­flected in ev­ery as­pect of her life. In hon­our of both her hu­man­i­tar­ian and en­vi­ron­men­tal ethics and be­liefs, if so de­sired, con­tri­bu­tions may be made to Doc­tors With­out Bor­ders or the Jane Goodall In­sti­tute, in lieu of flow­ers. Les­ley be­lieved in the im­por­tant work of both these char­i­ties a great deal. Ar­range­ments are un­der the di­rec­tion of Dav­i­son Fu­neral Home, Kens­ing­ton.

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