Erma Maracle

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Erma Aileen Maracle
June 28, 1939 - May 21, 2020


Maracle, Erma Aileen passed away in her 81st year, peacefully at home surrounded by family.  Predeceased by loving husband Frank-2010 and son Wray-2019.  Loving mother of Edmund (Susanne), Patrick, Scott (Nancy), and Maryann (Arlen).  Loving sister mom to Terry (Jason), Gunner (Dianne) and Andrea.  Loving and caring Grandma to Keith, Ryan, Jesse (Julia), Klayton, Kraig (Kiana), Kassandra (Greg), Kasey (Beckie), Paul (Candace), Belynda and great grandma to 19 great grandchildren.  Loving adopted grandma to Trisha (Rushton), Tina, Jimmer (Kristy), Tonia (Miles), Raven, Rachel (Vernon) and many more grandchildren and great grandchildren.  Loving caring sister to Loretta (deceased), Joyce (deceased), Jub (Sandi), Floyd (Tye), Cheryl, Guy (deceased), Verna, Fran (Hank), Brenda, Scott (Mary), Goat (deceased), Terry (Jason), Justine (Sher), Gunner (Dianne), Roger (deceased) (Tammy), Andrea and Tammy.  Erma was a dedicated Six Nations Jr. B Rebels Lacrosse fan and a long time member of the Miles to Go Cancer Group.  Throughout her lifetime she was a cook at Lady Wellington Hospital, Bobby’s Grill, Village Inn and Little Buffalo. She went on to get her G.E.D. and Teachers Assistant Diploma where she worked at I.L.Thomas, Emily C. General and O.M. Smith elementary schools.  A private family service will be held followed by interment at Stumphall Cemetery.  In lieu of flowers please donate to the Miles to Go Cancer Support Group.  Arrangements by Styres Funeral Home, Ohsweken.


Posted by Camelia on

My name is Camelia.
I am so sorry for the loss of your dear Erma.. I know you are going true a lot of emotional pain.
I am sending you this message because I would like to share with you some comforting ideas that the Bible is teaching us.

We know that there are few things that cause as much stress and pain as the death of a spouse or a parent or sibling. That is why we can say that death is an enemy. The human race has many other common enemies, such as sickness and old age, which likewise cause much suffering. God promises to vanquish them all, finally passing sentence on mankind’s greatest foe. “As the last enemy, death is to be brought to nothing.” —1 Corinthians 15:26.

Knowing that our deceased loved ones in God’s memory are asleep in death and awaiting a resurrection can give us solace and kindle our desire to carry on with life.
Yes, we can confidently look to the future when Jehovah God, the Giver of life, will bury death forever. What a blessing it will be when we can rightly ask: “Death, where is your victory? Death, where is your sting?” —1 Corinthians 15:55.

How encouraging these words are. I hope this message will give you a little bit of comfort.
Remember, God never takes our loved ones away. He loves us very much. He will never cause us such a pain. It was never in His plans for us to suffer and die. The Bible has a trustful explanation for all this.

Please , visit our website JW.ORG/en for more information that the Bible offers.

I am sending you this video who also gives us an encouraging hope for the future of our loved ones who are not with us anymore.
The video is called : Is there hope for the dead?

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My sincere condolences,

Posted by Darlene LaForme on
Sincere condolences to your family, I enjoyed my visits with Erma, she was so proud of her family.
Posted by Barbara Miller on
Condolences to all her family.
She was truly a good person who always had a smile for all she knew.
Posted by Anne Scott on
My deepest condolences to all of Erm's family.
Posted by Catherine Jamieson on
Condolences to all the family. So sorry for your loss. Erma was a dedicated and committed educator.
Posted by Ron Beaver on
Heart felt condolences to the family
Such a great loss of a loving mother
Be strong at this time
My heart breaks for you and especially to my buddy Pat

Ron and family
Posted by Rebecca Jamieson on
Sincere condolences, we were fortunate to have Erma work with us and remain a friend through the years. Loved her energy and smile. Rest Easy friend
Posted by Carla and Wayne on
We will miss Erma so much. She felt like family. She will be missed by the community!
Rest easy Erm.
Posted by Mary Mckinnon on
My sincere condolences to the family. I always love Erma I called her mom ever since I meet her and Frank{40 yrs}I will miss them both. She always had a smile and a laugh for everything and everyone.She will be missed.
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