Beth Walsh

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Walsh:  Agnes Daisy “Beth”

At the West Haldimand General Hospital, Hagersville on December 15, 2019, Beth “Shannon” Walsh age 99 years, wife of the late Bill Walsh, loving mother of Sharon & George Chambers of Mt. Hope, Ron & Rosalind Walsh of Jarvis, Brian & Cathy Walsh of Paris, dear grandmother of Jamie, & Laurie, Kevin & Claire, Amanda & Andy, Alison & Wade, Alysa & Jay, Erin & James, David & Tanya, also survived by great grandchildren Carleigh, Hannah, Caily, Brienna, Ryan, & Lenna. The Family will honour Beth’s life with a visitation at the Hyde & Mott Chapel, R.H.B. Anderson Funeral Homes Ltd, 60 Main St. S. Hagersville 2-4 & 7-9pm Wednesday where Funeral Service will be held on Thursday at 11am.  Interment Hagersville Cemetery.  As an expression of your sympathy donations may be made to the WHGH Foundation.


Posted by Dale Vecero on
It was definitely a pleasure to have known this dear sweet lady. Sending our condolences to the family. May she rest in peace. Frank and Dale Vecero
Posted by Ruth Veldstra on
Beth was a wonderful woman we were pleased to serve meals at Southview, Parkview Meadows! Always a cheerful disposition, a jokester and so appreciative! She will be missed!
She was excited at the prospect of turning 100! She will celebrate that in Gods presence now! Ralph & Ruth Veldstra
Posted by Laura & John Snowden on
Fond memories of a warm & gentle person. Hugs all around.
Posted by Chris Herkimer on
So sorry to hear about Mrs.Walsh, soo many GREAT memories of riding my bike up to the Creamery, when I was a youngster, to pick up some cheese. The "cheese man" and the "cheese lady" always invited me in to have a nice conversation and a slice of homemade cheese!!! Always kind and caring. Thank you .
Posted by Bob and Rita Bennett on
It was always a pleasure to be in Beth’s company, - a charming lady, always interesting and interested.
We are sorry to be away and unable to pay our last respects in person.
To Brian, Ron and Sharon and families our sincere condolences. May your many happy memories bring you comfort.
Sincerely Bob and Rita
Posted by Matt Close on
I’m so sorry for your loss. Passing our condolences to the beautiful Walsh family.

Matt and Desiree Close.
Posted by Keith, Linda, Jennifer, Jewel and Cynthia on
Our thoughts are with you. We are thinking of all of you. We have very fond memories of Beth. With Love, Keith, Linda, and Family.
Posted by roz on
Beth had three things she was passionate about family, friends and chocolate. She was always there when you needed her, she could whip up a meal when you were unable to make your own, sit and talk when you were lonely, take care of your kids when you need help. Kind of reminded me of the energizer bunny just kept on going. I felt special because she thought I made the best chocolate cake she had ever tasted. She was the best Nana and my girls adored her and she them, they each had a special relationship that will never be broken. When she was near the end she asked me to look to the sky and thank the Lord but I told her that I would look to the sky and tell them to put on their party hats on cause Nana Walsh was coming.
Posted by Darryl Mitchell on
Sympathies to all Beth's family, a charming woman to be around in years gone by in Jarvis, now with Bill and bringing a smile to all who are there. Beth is celebrating Christmas this year with Jesus!
Posted by Darlene Phillips on
My thoughts are with you at this time. Your mom was a very special person.

Posted by Doug Powell on
An end of an era. I have not been to Hagersville recently but my merories are strong of Bill and Beth and their friendship to and with our family. Ron and Sharon and Brian you have been blessed for so many years. May those memories sustain you in your loss. Doug Powell
Posted by Maggie and Bill Dougherty on
Beth, you will be missed by so many people. You, and your husband Bill, have touched so many lives, with your business, and with living in Hagersville. You had such a warm, and loving spirit, and will be greatly missed by all who knew you, Beth.. Rest in piece, sweet lady. With sad condolences, and the utmost respect, to your children, and spouses,and grandchildren. Safe journey home, Dear Beth.

Maggie and Bill Dougherty
Posted by Bob Esselment on
There are some relationships that made growing up in small town Ontario lasting and memorable. Bill and Beth and family were a huge part of the Hagersville fabric, welcoming and friendly. I'll fondly remember her smiles and sweetness on those occasions where we crossed paths over the last 60 years. Our thoughts are with the family.
Posted by chris brohman on
Robyn and I would like to send our condolences.
Posted by John and Sherri Young on
We are so sad to hear of the passing of this wonderful and sweet lady. We have loved both Beth and Bill for many years. God Bless the family and we send our heartfelt prayers and condolences.
Posted by Bruce & Catty Whitford on
How lucky we all were to have Beth in our lives. So grateful that I had a lovely visit with her at her residence a couple of weeks ago and was invited to her 100th Birthday party on April 21st next year. I will be wearing a birthday hat that day and will blow out some candles too. You were an absolute treasure and will be sorely missed!
Posted by Mary Ann Walsh on
Beth has been my friend since she moved to Brookview many years ago. Even though we weren't related, she quickly became "Auntie Beth". Beth lived life to the fullest every day and never let much stop her. Always ready for fun or a shopping trip. She was a great inspiration to so many. I'll miss you dear Auntie Beth. Love, Mary Ann.
Posted by TOM SHANNON on
To the walsh family, the last of the older shannons has moved on to a better place. During my last visit with Beth we had quite the conversation. Trying to do some research on family history,i had her stumped a few times but it didn't take her long to come up with an answer. We had quite a few good laughs along the way. A very pleasant lady, our conversation could have lasted all day. I am sure that all the people who knew Beth one way or another, she will be missed very much. Till we meet again some day Beth to carry on our conversation, take care. Tom
Posted by Marjory Humphries and Family on
To Sharon and George, Ron and Roz, Brian and Cathy and families;

Our sincere condolences on your loss of a truly amazing woman.

Beth was a phenomenal lady who provided light, laughter and love (in no particular order) to call those who interacted with her for a moment, a day, a week or a lifetime.
She will always be in our thoughts, memories and hearts!
Marjory Humphries and Family
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