On April 14 2015 the world said good bye to a funny, caring, compassionate, very loving and extremely strong lady.
Marion Dora McLaurin went to heaven peacefully at Algonquin Grace Hospice, Huntsville on Tuesday morning.
Loving her always is her daughter Megan & her best friend Caitlin, her son John & his wife Tamera and her son Andrew & his wife Joanne.
Remembering Marion are her two step-granddaughters Jen and Julie and her 6 great step-grandchildren Mekhi, Cloe, Caden, Rayha, Eileigh and Ben. .
Marion was an accomplished pianist and piano teacher, achieving her ARCT (Associate of the Royal Conservatory-the highest academic achievement).
In her early years Marion loved to run.
We are comforted to know that Marion is running in the meadows of heaven bare foot loving every minute.
We all will miss you Marion.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Algonquin Grace Hospice would be appreciated by her family.
We would like to thank all the staff and volunteers at Huntsville Hospice for the love they gave us and Marion. The care Marion received at Huntsville Hospice was exceptional. Words cannot describe.
Marion’s family will be welcoming friends at Mitchell Funeral Home, 15 High Street, Huntsville on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at 1:00pm. A celebration of Marion’s Life will follow at 2:00pm.
My sympathies to Megan, John, Andrew, and friends and families. Marion was like a big sister to me when I was growing up, in addition to being the aunt that I was closest to. I will treasure my memories of her.
Susan (Carter) Stevenson
So sorry to hear of Marion’s passing. Enjoyed her visits when she would come home to Tilbury to visit her mother (my Aunt Dora) and later we would catch up on family and news when she came to visit Aunt Florence and Aunt Frances. She was quite the lady, and a beautiful organist. She played for many years at the United Church in Tilbury. Sympathies to her family. The only one of her family I met was Andrew when he came down for Aunt Florence’s funeral. He seemed like a very nice young man and very attentive to his mother. she was very appreciative of all that Andrew and his wife did for her.