elevated xeu4U February 16, 1927 – March 16, 2021
elevated xeu4U Obituary
elevated xeu4U Passed away peacefully March 16th 2021 Surrounded by love. She always had a cup of tea ready for anyone who needed it, and always thought it was a bit of a cure all to the day’s troubles and if that proved ineffective, she never hesitated to lend a helping hand. An avid gardener she always loved to putter about making things grow and as a follower of St Francis truly loved all creatures great and small. Far more of a force of nature than she ever gave herself credit for she will be deeply missed.
elevated xeu4U In light of the current COVID 19 Pandemic, the family will be having a private Funeral Mass on Saturday March 20, 2021 at 9am. To watch the Mass live, please click the link below.
elevated xeu4U In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Alzheimer’s society in Monica’s honour.
Monica Winifred Lynar.
To Hugh Michael & John Roland goes our heartfelt condolences for the loss of your Mum. We deeply regret the loss of Aunt Monica and our thoughts and prayers are with you both at this sad time. The world has lost a truly kind soul and she will be dearly missed by the Lynar family, Ivan, Diane, Matthew, Rachel and Adam. Since our arrival in Canada 32 years ago , we have grown deeply fond of her. Monica was always pleasant, helpful and witty with a sharp tongue and a quick comeback.She never failed to make us smile. Her life was anything but easy , yet she always had time for others, happy to see us and us her. Life gets busy but im so glad we managed to have a few family gatherings over the last few years and thankful that Aunt Monica and ” the boys” were able to attend all of them. We will always remember her in tjose good times, sharp right to the end !
Hugh, very sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. I can only imagine what you feel right now. I have always believed that we carry on after death, a new body, a new life, another chance to grow and love again. I hope this thought is comforting to you and that you do not so much grieve as celebrate the time you had with her. Nick (brother of Neil)
Hugh and John “the boys”
We are deeply saddened to hear about your mom’s passing. Our thoughts are with you both.
We have so many memories of Aunt Monica, and enjoyed the times that we were able to spend with her and the rest of the family.
We will always keep her in our hearts, and remember the best, most honest and interesting conversations, not to forget any of the advise she would give.
Hugh, Linda, Chris & Jackie, Shannon & Brian and Ryan & Rachel
(the other Lynar family)
Hugh & John. “The boys “
Our heart felt condolences on the loss of your Mum, Aunt Monica. We have wonderful memories of times spent with her. Memories of when we first came to Canada and stayed the her. She was always ready to talk and have tea. To this day I make her Jello cake. It is loved by my whole family. She made it every
Tuesday when we went skating when we where living with your family. I am so glad we had time together in the last few years. We will all miss her so much. You are both in our thoughts and prayers at this really sad time.
Linda , Jerry, Jacklyn & Sara
Hugh Michael & John “The Boys”
Our condolences on the loss of your Mom. She will be truly missed by everyone. I will always remember her making Jello cake every Tuesday when we where living there. She gave me the recipe and I make it all the time. My family love it. I loved having tea with her after school. Aunt Monica was a very special person and will always be in my heart. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both.
Linda, Jerry, Jacklyn & Sara
Hugh and John,
Our sincere condolences on the passing of your mother. She was the best neighbour anyone could wish for. Endlessly cheerful, willing to stop for a chat even though she was always busy working on something. She was there if we needed anything. Her garden flourished under her loving care — all those daffodils!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
A wonderful auntie with a heart of gold.
Fun, cheeky and very loving, always thinking of others before herself.
Although miles away, the times she spent here in Guernsey with her family we’re so special.
My mother Danny, her sister, visited Canada several times and I know these we’re precious times for them both and it was difficult for them to say goodbye at the end of each visit.
Hugh and John, you had a fantastic mother and our hearts go out to you at this sad time.
She is now safe in gods hands.
With love from Philip, Kevin, Kim and Georgina.
Hugh Michael and John;
It is a very sad time when someone so loved and caring passes. Our condolences never seem to be enough to say. The correct words to say never seem to available.
Aunt Monica will always be a memory that puts a smile on everyone’s face. This is something to cherish.
The memories I have as a child and our regular visits always bring a smile to my face. It could be the simple off the cuff comments that put us all back in our place, or just how the entire room jumped at any request. She was always able to chat anyone up, and keep everyone inline.
Great people make great memories and those can be with us forever.
I can’t imagine how you “boys” are feeling but I am sure that Aunt Monica touched a lot of lives and will be missed by anyone who met her. I hope the love that everyone has for your mom provides some comfort.
Enjoy the memories as they come up, may the tears change to smiles and then to laughs i think she would have wanted that. Keep your guard up, as she will always look down on you and keep you inline.
Gareth, Christine, Caleigh and Mitchell Kennedy
To Hugh Michael and John Roland
We would like to send our heartfelt condolences on the loss of your mum.
We were lucky enough to enjoy spending time with Aunt Monica on our trips to Canada . She will be missed by everyone who knew her.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you both
Pat Roy Michelle Janine John Ian and Jimmy