Annette Montour

Annette Montour - PHOTO.JPG

Wilda “Annette" (nee Smith) Montour
May 9, 1936 - January 22, 2023
Age 86 years

With heavy hearts the family announces the passing of "Nette" on January 22, 2023. Peacefully at the Iroquois Lodge, Nette reunited with her beloved husband Joe. She also joins her siblings; Faye, Wayne, Gene, Andrew (Boss), Cheryl, and Goldie, along with her parents Myrtle Smith, and Russell "Beef" Smith.
She leaves behind her children; Jim (Joan), Bob (Robbin - Deceased), Kathy (Scott), and Mike (Sandi). Her grandchildren; Chris, Kirk, Matt, Amy (Pat), Cal (Ronnie), Cheri (Marshall), Katie (Isaiah), Ken, & Mikey (Angela). Great-Grandchildren; Danton, Vaughn, Chris Jr., Trinity, Tyerin, Xavier, Alex, Brendan, Kennedy, Sydney, Davin, Ryden, Cody, Jeremy, Hadowas, Sofia, Gregory, Maccoy, Grace, Rayleigh, Kaya, Gunnar, Archer, Zachary, Tessa, and Miles. Great Great-Grandchildren; Carson, Jagger, Banks, Ava, and Rayden. Her sisters; Jannie, Fawn, Ila, and Bev. Also, survived by sister in law Eva Tripp, and brother in law Art (Dale) Montour, and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and dear friends.
Nette was an avid and dedicated sports fan never missing a game her boys or grandchildren were playing in at the Six Nations Sports and Cultural Memorial Centre. She and Joe travelled far and wide to games all across Ontario, Canada, and the USA to support the kids and grandkids. She loved music and never missed an opportunity to dance, and support her favourite local musicians.
Resting at the Hyde & Mott Chapel, 60 Main St. South, Hagersville after 5 pm Tuesday, where evening service will take place at 7pm. Funeral Service at 1pm, Wednesday, January 25th.  Interment St. Luke’s Anglican Cemetery.
The family wishes to express their gratitude and appreciation to the staff at the Iroquois Lodge, as well as her dear friends and family who were always there for her in the years since the loss of her husband Joe.


Posted by Diane Playford on
My husband and I met Annette and Joe at Lacrosse and Hockey. What a Lady. I called her friend. We carried on to the arenas together after our husbands passed. 3-1/2 years ago I moved away, But the phone calls still came. I will miss you Annette. Glad I got to spend time with you. To your family, it has been an honour to have met you through Annette and Joe.
Posted by laurie bradley on
Annette was such a lovely lady. Always had a hug when we met. Rest in peace
Posted by Marilyn Hill on
Heartfelt condolences to the the families of Annette Montour. I had the honour and pleasure to call Nette my best Friend for almost 60 years. We leaned on each other through sad times, and many many good times. Nette always kept a strong connection to all her family and friends. I treasure the memories of our friendship. I’m going to miss her.
Posted by Carla Miller and Wayne Miller on
Sincere condolences to the family. Annette will
certainly be missed in the community. RIP
Posted by Monica Staats on
It is with a heavy heart that learned of the passing of my dear good Friend Nette.We loved to visit and did our best to stay connected. Tea, chats, laughs and prayer. Oh how she loved her Family. Nette, always speaking highly of each of loved ones. I met Nette years ago through mutual Friends. I'm thankful for the introductions. I only have sweet sweet memories of my Dear Friend Nette. My condolences to the Family and her many Friends. May God's peace and comfort surround each one during our sorrow. Our loss is heaven's gain. Love you my Friend XOXO.
Posted by Sharon Martin on
My sincere condolences to Nettes family on your loss God Bless you
Posted by Barb Miller on
Great lady with a sense of humour l understood. Loved her. Condolences to the family.
Posted by Mike DavisFROM on
Posted by Michelle Thomas on
My condolences to all of Annette’s family & friends during this sad time.
Posted by Bonnie Wythe on
Annette was sure a wonderful person. Always happy and smiling. I sure will miss her. Rip,my friend.
Posted by Cindy Martin on
I loved the moments you shared your stories amd telling it with sass. I appreciated every hug and the belly laughs that came when we teased each other whenever we got to see each other other. I'm going to miss you...sending my condolences to your family.
Posted by Cindy Carpenter on
My sincere condolences to Annette’s family.
Posted by Bonnie Davis on
Sending condolences to all the Smith and Montour families, always a pleasure to talk to Annette, she was always happy, smiling and talkative. No more suffering, will always be remembered. From Cousin Cecil and Bonnie Davis and our families.
Posted by Ron and Rebecca Jamieson on
Heartfelt condolences to Nette's family and friends. Nette leaves a living legacy in her family. RIP Nette - a life well lived.
Posted by Pam Montour on
Aww such sad news. Bill had a lot of stories about Joe and Annette and she always made a point of stopping by to talk to us whenever she saw us. Maybe she can give my Bill a big “hey” in heaven ❤️
Posted by Ivan Bomberry on
My sincere condolences to Annettes family and friends.
Posted by Ivan Bomberry on
My sincere condolences to Annettes family and friends.
Posted by Ivan Bomberry on
My sincere condolences to Annettes family and friends.
Posted by Jeannie Martin on
Such a sweet lady, always had a smile to greet you. She will be missed by family, friends and community. Sincere condolences to the whole family.
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