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Passed away peacefully at Crown Ridge Nursing Home, Trenton on Saturday August 29, 2020 at the age of 101. Beloved wife of the late Norman Maurice Cheer. Formerly of Cobourg. Loved aunt of Doug, Gail, Barry, Wayne, Freda, and the late Joan. Great aunt of eleven children, and great great aunt of twenty children. Dear sister of the late Norman Leslie Flindall (late Isabel), the late Tom Cheer (late Eva), and the late Gordon Cole (late Louise). A service will be held at MacCoubrey Funeral Home 30 King St. E., Cobourg on Saturday September 5, 2020 at 1 pm, with visitation from 12 pm to 1 pm. Please RSVP the funeral home at email@example.com or at 905-372-5132. Memorial donations may be made to a charity of your choice. Condolences received at www.MacCoubrey.com.
I am so sorry that I missed your visitation. I knew Mrs. and Mr. Cheer from the St. Andrew's church congregation. They were such a loving couple and Laurine was such an inspiration to all. Her kind words and thoughtfulness radiated to all those she touched. She was a wonderful lady and she will be missed. I am sure she and Norm are once again reunited. My favourite memory of them occurred when I drove by their home. Norm had just finished cutting the grass and Laurine was outside brushing him off with a curling broom, it looked so funny but was such a kind gesture (or she didn't want the grass tracked throughout her home, lol), a truly loving couple that are once again together. Take care. Patsy Hand Currelly
So sorry to hear of Laurine’s passing. She was a lady of dignity and gentleness. Ted And I knew her socially and I also knew her through her work. She was definitely a person to emulate and someone who was always interested in you.
Laurine was a lovely lady. We always enjoyed a good visit as we sat beside her on Sunday mornings at St. Andrews Church. She showed a keen interest in our family and will be remembered as a good friend.
So sorry to hear of Laurines passing. She and my late Mom were born the same year and had enjoyed time together as young ladies. They reconnected in their nineties and Laurine drove to see Mom in Brighton and they had wonderful visits. A pleasure for me to meet such a lady! A life well lived.
So sorry to hear the passing of Mrs cheer, she was a great lady, I worked for her for a fews years cleaning her home, sweet lady ❤️
Sorry to hear of Laurine passing.
So sorry to hear. Laurine was a great neighbour on Ontario Street in Cobourg to me and my mother Dorothy Frei. She was a lady through and through.
To the Cheer Family. Words seem inadequate at this time, but we want you to know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Please accept our deepest sympathy,and may you find comfort in the knowledge that others share your sorrow. There are so many happy memories of Laurine over the years. She was a wonderful lady and friend. We will all miss her. Letty Jo Orr & Family.
I remember Laurine and Norm as kind, caring people. They would often walk hand in hand. They occupied the pew at St Andrews a few rows ahead of us on the right hand side. I also remember what beautiful skaters they were. They would be at the Baltimore skating rink the same time I would take my children for the seniors/kids skate. Fondly remembering them both as a picture perfect couple, which I'm sure they were. Hi to the Flindall family. (Barry, Heather-hope you are well) Sincerely Nancy Currelly Williams
Laurine was a lovely person. Always took an interest in the children of those around her. She is once again with Norman.
Roger and I are so sorry to hear of the passing of Laurine. She will be greatly missed by all of her family and friends. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
Our deepest sympathy on your loss...Mrs. Cheer was such a sweet lady and my mom's table mate for a long time at Crown Ridge... thinking of all of the Cheer family ..and the special place she held in your hearts! Bonnie McCauley Bilcox on behalf of Mrs. Ruth McCauley
Sorry to hear of Laurine’s passing ,a very nice lady
We are so sorry to hear of Laurine’s passing. She was such a good friend of our parents and part of the family. You are in our thoughts and prayers ❤️
Sorry to hear of Laurine’s passing. Her and Norman were great friends of my mom and dad, all being the same age and growing up in Brighton. Dad and Norman belonged to a riding club back in the day Our condolences to the family
Laurine was a good neighbour and friend. In the years she and Norm lived across the street, Laurine took a great neighbourly interest and was always ready to help. If we left lights on in the car, Laurine would call with her concern that our battery might be dead in the morning. When one of our children was about to be born and an emergency arose, she rushed over to look after our other kids, so we could dash to the hospital. She was happy to be an emergency contact for us, at the school. As we got older, Laurine was there with good advice on walking for health (she was very active herself). And was always willing to discuss local 'issues’, and share experiences. Once she moved into the retirement home, it was tougher to see her, but we did on a couple of occasions. What a wonderful life she had. We will miss her. Our condolences to the family.
My sincere sympathy to the family; a great couple, Have known them since Norm worked at the Army Depot in Cobourg.
Having worked on their home,before and after Norman's passing both were great people. I cherish the memories .
So sorry for your loss. Laurie was a lovely lady and always a willing help with different groups within St. Andrew's.
Laurine was always a most gracious lady. She was a standard to aim for.