Ann Irwin

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Died: November 3, 2021
Place: London, Ontario

Brian Cross
(Friday, November 5, 2021)

Dear John and Irwin Family Members;We would like to express our heartfelt condolences to you and your family on a loving mother and true friend to all the citizens of London,Ontario with Gods guidance and devine wisdom as always.May you all remember all the great family meals and social events you all attended as a family.We are truly confident these memories will continue to sustain your lives and chosen career aspirations whatever they be for many more years we trust okay.Yours Sincerely Brian Cross,Harry and Darlene TenHaaf London,Ontario,Brenda and Doug Martin Scarborough,Ontario.


Pegi Dahm
(Saturday, November 6, 2021)

Prayers going out to John, Jim, Jeff and their families. Ann was a wonderful caring, loving mother, mother-in-law grandmother and friend. I have fond memories hand in hand dancing down the church isle at Melissa’ and Jeffs wedding. When visiting London families we would often get together. Ann will greatly be missed by all.


Marianne Hebb
(Saturday, November 6, 2021)

Dear Jim and family,
It was sad to hear of your mom's passing. We never really stop needing our parents. It sounds like she live a good life and her family is her greatest legacy. Sending our thoughts and prayers at this time and the days ahead.
Deepest Sympathies from all of us at SOAHAC.


Dawn Rasenberg
(Monday, November 8, 2021)

Dear Jim and Family,
Jim, so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. My thoughts are with you and all of the family and friends for whom she loved and cherished.


BRONNENCO CONSTRUCTION
(Tuesday, November 9, 2021)

BRONNENCO CONSTRUCTION has made a donation to Heart & Stroke Foundation on behalf of Ann Irwin.


Larry Oudekerk & Nellie DeKoker
(Tuesday, November 9, 2021)

Jim, Jeff, John and families, we are so very sorry to hear of the passing of your Mom. Your Mother's kindness was contagious and will live on in you forever. Thinking of you all


Patricia Sheffield
(Wednesday, November 10, 2021)

I'm so sorry for your loss. I have regrets and wish I had kept in touch with Ann


jim butler
(Wednesday, November 10, 2021)

We are so sorry for your loss. Anne was a quiet and gentle soul who will be greatly missed.
Jim butler and brenda morton-butler


Judy Manzara
(Wednesday, November 10, 2021)

I am so sorry to hear of my dear friend Ann's passing. We had so many memorable times together on Friday nights as the 'Golden Girls' Moya, Donna, Rita myself and Ann. I can still hear her laughter....she was so proud of her sons and adored her grandsons and her special birthday gift of a granddaughter born on her birthday. She said it was the best birthday gift ever. My deepest sympathy's for all Ann's family. She was a kind, loving lady with a wicked sense of humour. I will miss her and remember her always. Judy


Myrna L. Irwin
(Thursday, November 11, 2021)

Ann became my sister through marriage. I always considered her a life-long family member and friend. Ann and I gave birth to our eldest children in London a week apart in 1967; her John and my Andrea (deceased,1973). I remember Ann showed much kindness to my family when we travelled to London when our children were young. It was obvious that she enjoyed the little ones. Ann was particularly kind to her niece Stephanie when she travelled to Winnipeg for her brother Bob's funeral. Acts of kindness are NEVER forgotten, but are not mentioned enough to the giver. We were unaware of her illness and I am left with much sadness as we had discussed my plans to visit her on my next visit to London following the pandemic. Ann, you were a kind soul and will be lovingly remembered by me, Myrna, your nephews Derek and Jason and your nieces Myranda and Stephanie.