Madeleine Curnow

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CURNOW:  Madeleine Isabel

Peacefully at Parkview Meadows, Townsend on Thursday October 31, 2019 in her 99th year. Wife of the late Gordon, loving mother of Wendy Anderson (Rob), Dennis (Cindy), and the late Michael Curnow. Dear G’ma Pinch to Sarah, Samantha (Jody), Ian (Monika), Gordon (Crista), and Lauren. Great G’ma Pinch of Emma, Madison, Everett, Isla, Luke and Sophie. Sister of Virginia Straw (late Bob), and John Slack (late Dorothy). Extended family also includes numerous nieces, nephews and relatives in British Columbia and Ontario.

A celebration of her life will be held at Hyde & Mott Chapel, R.H.B. Anderson Funeral Homes Ltd., 60 Main Street South, Hagersville on Tuesday, November 5, 2019 at 1 pm (visitation from noon till service at one). As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to Heart & Stroke Foundation, David Suzuki Foundation, Whispering Hearts Horse Rescue or a charity of your choice.

Mom loved being with her family and enjoyed travelling, music, reading, the theatre, her friends and a large glass of wine - though not necessarily in that order! www.rhbanderson.com


Condolences

Posted by Dale Vecero on
Such a sweet kind generous lady. Remembering gentle ways and of course her baking. Thanks Madeline for the peanut butter pie recipe. Rest in peace.
Posted by Kathy Hill (Esselment) on
I remember Mrs Curnow picking me up to go to church meetings. She was a very wise woman and always had great advice! She will be missed.
Posted by Gail Du Guid on
A truly lovely and classy lady has left us. I am so grateful for the years I spent with Madeleine Curnow teaching at J.L. Mitchener School. She was a wonderful mentor, confidante and friend.She will be missed. I hope she's sipping a glass of wine and smoking a slim cigar in Heaven as we mourn her loss. Condolences to Madeleine's family. May God comfort you at this sad time.
Posted by diana street on
I worked with Madeleine for several years at J.L.Mitchener. Always a classy lady. I was privileged to enjoy the odd glass of wine with her as well. God bless her and her family.
Posted by Deborah(Schweyer) and Dennis Vandenberg on
So many memories of the Curnows. Gordon and Madeline were such good friends of my parents(Craig and Ethel). Our deepest sympathies to Wendy, Dennis and families.
Posted by Katherine (Huson) Hedley on
I have fond memories of Mrs. Curnow from being a library assistant at J.L Mitchener School. We always loved the treats she left for us, and of course the year-end parties where she drove us to a park for Kentucky Fried Chicken and then to Hewitt's for ice cream! In my adult years, I used to see her at the Haldimand Press when she came in to renew subscription and we always had a little visit. My appreciation for reading, writing (and spelling) would have started in that library, thank you Mrs. Curnow.
Posted by Helen McMahon on
Wendy, Rob and family:
Sending our condolences to you all on the passing of your dear Mom and Grandma.
Her memory will live on in the wonderful stories, anecdotes (and recipes) that will be shared and cherished for years to come!
May these comfort and console you.
Our love,
Helen McMahon and family
Posted by Bill Lukawecky on
My deepest sympathies go out to Madeleine's family. I am truly thankful to Madeleine & Gordon for taking me into their home when my father passed away. They were so helpful in many ways at a sad & difficult time in my life. I will be forever grateful for their kindness & generosity.
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