At Rosewood Manor on Thursday, February 27, 2014 . BERNICE LOUISE STRANGWAY at 96  years of age. Predeceased by her beloved husband Archie (1996), loving parents Herbert and Louise (Holloway) Weston, special brothers Haydn and Ernest Weston. Survived locally by nephew Robert Weston (Carol), nephew in – law Ross Dunn and niece in – law Pauline Mc Lean. Also survived by nieces Louise Parry (Tom), Carol Keigher (Gerry) and nephew Herbert Weston (Linda). Many nieces and nephews (in-laws) also survive. An accomplished pianist and organist, Louise was active for many years in Sarnia musical circles and was organist for 25 years at Manduamin United Church. A life member of the United Church of Canada, she was a  devoted member of her church and actively involved in its work. At Louise’s request, there will be no funeral service or visitation at the funeral home. A family graveside service for interment of the cremains will take place at Wyoming Cemetery at a later date. Those so wishing may make donations at the funeral home to the charity of their choice. The family wishes to thanks Dr. Glen Maddison and his staff, Rosewood Manor staff and the staff at Bayshore Health and in particular nurses Brenda and Blain and one very special friend Doreen. Memories and messages of condolence may be sent through www.djrobb.on.ca

 

” United again with the love of her life,  Archie and now rejoin her

father and brother, Haydn in making music together

to God’s greater glory”

 

” If in our music God is glorified

And adoration leaves no room for pride

It is if the whole creation cried

Alleluia”

 

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