Muriel Hazel Gordon

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Muriel Hazel Gordon

April 28, 1926 - September 30, 2020

Peacefully on Wednesday, September 30, 2020, at Northumberland Hills Hospital, Cobourg. In her 95th year. Beloved daughter of the late Henry and May Gordon. Loving sister of the late Harry and Reg. Cherished aunt of Linda (Denis) Guindon of Cobourg. Dear great aunt to Vandy and Leigh Ann and great great aunt to Ethan, D’artagnan and Allison. Cousin of Joan (Stan) Kirkpatrick, Barbara, Mary Whitefield, the late Shirley (Doug) Dodd, the late Louise, Jody, and the late Michael Bowen. Best friend for over 90 years to Marie Viau of Montreal. A private memorial service will be held with an interment in Cobourg Union Cemetery. Donations to the Canadian Cancer Society or Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.

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Petra Hartwig - October 14, 2020

My sincere condolences to Muriel's family. She was a delight to see each time she came into the municipal offices to pick up the key for the Market Building for Senior activities. Her smile was genuine and I liked her very much.

Beth H - October 8, 2020

What a character!! Muriel regularly attended performances at the Concert Hall and was not shy in sharing her opinions. I'll miss you.

A Stewart - October 5, 2020

Muriel was such a strong, confident, brilliant woman with a magnetic personality. I used to see her several times a week for the last fifteen years. She would hint at her amazing past and reveal little snippets of the incredible life she lived. I would have loved to share some of those experiences with her. I imagine she would have been quite a force in her youth. Muriel touched so many lives. I will miss you "dolly".

April - October 5, 2020

I only knew Muriel for a short time at Palisades but she always brought such a large smile to my face every time I saw her. She was funny and incredibly charming, brightening my day no matter what. I am grateful that I got to meet her and she will be greatly missed.

Kelly Gill - October 4, 2020

Rest in Peace beautiful.. It was a honour to get to know you. Xo

ben and doreen burd - October 4, 2020

We have worked with, lived near and known Muriel for over forty years. She lived a full life always cheery and unfailingly happy. We loved talking to her and being neighbours with her and offer our most sincere condolences to all of her family and many friends.

Linda Jim, Wong - October 3, 2020

Linda, Dennis and family. Jim and I are sorry for your loss. Muriel was a special person for sure. Many crazy memories of her. Rest in peace my friend. Linda and Jim

Linda Jim, Wong - October 3, 2020

Linda, Dennis and family. Jim and I are sorry for your loss. Muriel was a special person for sure. May crazy memories of her. Rest in peace my friend. Linda and Jim

Deborah M Cole - October 3, 2020

Dear Linda , condolences to you and all of your family. Muriel defined the term 'firecracker'....always a joy to meet her on the street and chat, remembering old times from work with Bill at Winchester Peace is wished for you all, Bill and Debbie Cole

Norma Haraldsson - October 2, 2020

Perhaps they are not stars, but rather openings in Heaven where our loved ones shine down to let us know they are happy. Muriel was an amazing, strong and funny person. I am glad I got to know her and spend time with her for a few years. We enjoyed playing bridge together. Love you, Muriel.

Brenda Jensen Andy Kirkpatrick - October 2, 2020

Our heartfelt condolences Muriel. Was a very lovely person We knew her from St Peter's Anglican Church. She would come to dinners there on Thursdays. I always made sure I saved her a banana off the cart before super. She would always have problems. With herhearing aids so you would almost have to tell at her. Andy used to. Tease her and she loved it. When she was in Palative. We would visit her taking her banañns. And she she went nuts for rice krispies. Then she moved to Palasades. That's when Covid hit. Muriel went through hell with her cancer. On her lreg and always had pain in her shoulder. We met. Linda and her husband. Now my dear friend you are. In God's hands in Heaven. Rest In Peace

Jim Jubenville - October 2, 2020

I use to be Muriel’s mailman. She was such a nice lady. I’m so sorry to hear of her passing.

Ed & Marg Godawa - October 2, 2020

Muriel's Family: Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. We enjoyed playing cards with Muriel and she really enjoyed things when she won. She is missed. Marg & Ed

Christine Thompson - October 1, 2020

Linda and Denis and family Cobourg and families will miss a wonderful character who has been part of the town for many years. Muriel was a great neighbour and it was always with delight that she greeted everyone. Thinking of you. Christine (LaBrash) Thompson