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Peacefully at the Northumberland Hills Hospital in Cobourg on November 19th, 2022, Marjorie Heaton (nee Lesson) at 83 years of age. Beloved wife of the late Ken Heaton. Loving mother of Debbie Brancati (Roger). Cherished grandmother of Kyle (Cailyn), Sean, and Ryan. Great grandmother of Grace, Chloe, and Madi. Also missed by extended family and friends. A sincere thanks to the staff of Northumberland Hills Hospital and Legion Village with a special thanks to her PSW Anne. Cremation with private arrangements. Those wishing may make a memorial donation to the Alzheimer Society.
Debbie & her family, my sincere condolences, I knew Marjorie from the Probus Club. She will be missed.
I just found out today that this beautiful lady passed away on Saturday. She was our neighbour for many years then she moved into Legion Village. When my parents moved into Legion Village I got to see Marg and give her a big hug and see how she was doing. I will always have love in my heart for this lady and I will miss seeing her. Sorry for your loss Debbie and your family. RIP Marg..xoxo
So very sorry for your loss Deb & family. Your Mom and Dad were such great neighbours to us in Cobourg. Her knowledge of plants was unimaginable and her gardens showed it. She was a beautiful and caring lady and will be truly missed.
So sorry to hear about the passing of my friend Marjorie. We'd been friends since 1975. My condolences to Debbie and the family.
Diane and family, sincere condolences on your mothers passing. I have volunteered at the Village for many years and Marjorie was always a good visitor to our little tuck shop where we would chat about things English. Will miss her visits.
Debbie and family, I am so sorry to see this notice tonight. Your mom and I have sat at the same table at Legion Village since I arrived here in the spring of 2016. She was a warm and caring person and until Covid was an active, outgoing person who loved the Horticultural Society, the Historical Society and the weekly movies at the Library. Like many of the older people here the lockdown was difficult for her but she worked her way through. The last months have been difficult for her and me too as I saw the Marjorie I knew slip away. I'm sure that she has found the peace and contentment back with her "wonderful Ken" now that she has joined him.
Sorry for your loss. I remember both your mom and dad. I was a member of the Cobourg Horticultural Society and I felt they took me under their wings. I would visit on the transit bus with your mom when she was still travelling that way. Wonderful lady she will be missed.
Sincere sympathy to Marj's family. I will miss your dear mother immensely. Ros Cooke