Obituary of Brenda Kathleen Bernedette Forshaw
It is with great sadness that the family of Brenda Kathleen Bernedette Forshaw (Ryder) announce that she peacefully passed away on Friday, December 30th, 2022 in her 78th year at home where she was surrounded with her loving family by her side. Beloved wife of 51 years to the late Thomas Forshaw Sr. (2014). Loving mother of Thomas (Cheryl), Peter and Michelle (David). Grandmother (Nanny or Nan) to Jory, Scott, Brandon, Coetey, Larissa, Ariel, Cole, Amy, Jason, Dylan and great grandmother of 11. Aunt of 6 and great aunt of 5. Loving sister of James Ryder and Thomas F. Ryder. Predeceased by her sister Joesephine Frate (Ryder), sister-in-law Pat Ryder and nephew Mark Ryder. A special thanks goes to Chelle Rimmell for all of her support through these trying times. The family would also like to express a sincere thank you to Paula Day of C.C.A.C and to the staff of St. Elizabeth Home care for their caring and compassionate work over the years with both mom and dad. At this time the family would like to express their gratitude to mom’s loving daughter Michelle, for all of her time and dedication with taking such wonderful care of mom throughout the years and being her B.F.F. Mom loved crocheting, crafts but most of all spending time with family and her dog Lucky. Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be held at a later date. Thank you to Evans Funeral Home for such wonderful care of our mom. As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to the C.C.A.C. of London or St. Elizabeth’s Home Care of London. Online condolences can be expressed at www.evansfh.ca Services: Requested Charity C.C.A.C. London or St. Elizabeth Home Care of London
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