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Mae Howald of Lucknow passed away on July 1, 2023 at Sepoy Manor with her family by her side. She was 87 years old. Dear mother of Tony & wife Connie of Lucknow, Fred of Port Albert, Janette Everson of Lucknow and Darlene & husband Robin Seymour of Seaforth. Dearly missed by her grandchildren Kayla (Evan), Brandon (Ashley), Jamie (Ainsley), Victor (Dustina), Zachery, and Joshua (Dane), and by her great-grandchildren Quinn and Hayes. She is predeceased by her twin children John and Mary (in infancy), her parents Gertrude (Jones) and Charles Stunden, and siblings Bob, Marilyn, and Gloria.
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So sorry to hear of Mae's passing.
I remember the many times we held a church service at Sepoy Manor. Mae was always ready with a song suggestion or two. She loved her children and grandchildren (and great grandchildren!) very much. Her smile will remain in my memories!
Message from Jeff & Dayle Dayle Taylor2023-07-06 11:32:35
We are very sorry to hear of Mae's passing. She was a dedicated member of RCL Br. 309 and is certainly missed. A lovely lady that was committed to our veterans and their comfort. Dayle and I will miss that cheerful smile, and our conversations. She will be remembered often.
Dear Grandma - thank you for everything. I don’t remember a time ever seeing you upset, mad or unhappy. You always had a big smile, laughing, joking, always happy to see any family member. I think every Howald strives too have a little Mae in them.
You will be missed!
My deepest Sympathy to the family on your loss. Mae was a great worker for the Branch and will be greatly missed.
Gods' greatest blessings
Padre Brian Hymers DLM
Lucknow Branch 309
Egmondville United Church
My deepest condolences to the Howald family . Mae was a great ladt with a wonderful spirit about her. I will always remember her from first playing team darts for the legion ans swearing Mr in as a member...rest in peace
Tony, Fred, Janette and Darlene and families:
So very sorry to read of Mae's passing. She was a lovely lady and I have fond memories from my Lucknow days! May you find peace in your memories.
Liz Black and families
Message from Barb Van Diepenbeek2023-07-05 08:05:20
Sincerest condolences to Mae’s family. She was a great lady, and will be sadly missed.
Message from Gina Stam & Destinee Shepherd2023-07-04 21:17:18
We are deeply sorry for your loss. Mae was truly someone to look up to. She was a strong, independent, yet gentle soul. She will never be forgotten. Love Gina & Destinee
I am so sad to hear about Mae, please accept my sincere condolences to Mae's family. We had many good times and shared a few beverages when we attended the Legion for a Friday night, or after the executive/general meetings. She always had a smile, always cheerful, and was a very kind lady. Please share the good memories in the hopes that it will help you through this sad time.
Mae was a great lady and a great friend. Always enjoyed our time together whether working at the Legion or on a bus trip or a girls day out. Mae and Tony had a little "thing" each seniors dinner, Mae would tie up Tony's apron than pat him on his bum. made both of their days.
Will miss her lots but glad she is no longer in pain.