Is­abelle Alice Mar­jorie June (Doig) Mor­row

Smith­field, On­tario

The Victoria Standard - - Obituaries -

Is­abelle Alice Mar­jorie June (Doig) Mor­row of Brighton, On­tario, passed away March 3, 2018 with fam­ily by her side in Peter­bor­ough, On­tario.

Wife of the late James Har­cla Mor­row, sis­ter to the late Ruth (Pat) Bod­kin and daugh­ter to the late Joe­sph and Florence (White) Doig of Smith­field, On­tario, June was in her 98th year. She was also pre­de­ceased by daugh­ter Kathryn. She is sur­vived by her chil­dren Su­san Jane (Bob) Camp­bell Ar­drossan, Al­berta; James H. (Sharon) Mor­row Mid­dle River, CBI, Nova Sco­tia; and Cyn­thia Jean (Steve) Guerin Peter­bor­ough, On­tario. She leaves be­hind 9 grand­chil­dren in­clud­ing Erin Daniel (Michelle) Mor­row Toronto, On­tario and Me­gan Ce­leste (Don­ald Hamm) Mor­row, Bad­deck; 17 great-grand­chil­dren; and a beloved niece and neph­ews.

A woman who en­joyed life to the fullest, Mom found com­fort and joy at home and in her com­mu­nity. She was a Cana­dian Girls in Train­ing leader, a mem­ber of the Trin­ity St. An­drews United Church Women, past Ma­tron of Brighton Chap­ter of the Eastern Star, and mem­ber of the Cana­dian Power Squadron. Pro­fes­sion­ally she worked as an in­sur­ance bro­ker, a real es­tate agent, and she was a part­ner in the fam­ily business.

An ac­com­plished do­mes­tic artist she de­signed and dec­o­rated two fam­ily homes fill­ing them with friends, fam­ily and the savoury aromas of her di­verse culi­nary skills. A self-taught seam­stress she had an en­dur­ing flare for fash­ion. Mom was a life-long avid world trav­eller and her grand­chil­dren all tell tales of ex­cit­ing road trips with Grandma be­hind the wheel. Her lively and friendly spirit is missed by all.

Cre­ma­tion has taken place. An in­ter­ment ser­vice will be held at a later date in Brighton, On­tario.

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