|Tom Brooks and Family - 2023-03-08 19:25:35|
My deepest condolences to the family for the loss of Mary. My Mother was her cousin, and I have fond remembrances of Mary from childhood visits to Kincardine. My spouse and daughter were also able visit with her in 2018, where she was a most gracious host.
We are expecting a grandson in April. He will share one of the Kirktown ladies as a great-great grandmother.
Tom Brooks and Family (Anne, Heather, and Bill)
|Barbara Godfrey (Mills) - 2023-03-01 09:05:24|
Richard - Denise let me know that your Mom passed away last week. What a wonderful, long life she had. I remember those great years, spending summers at the cottage and how much your family was intertwined with ours. I always found your Mom to be a great calming force. You were lucky to have her for so long.
Please accept my condolences.
|Joan Ferris, an old Glammis Girl. - 2023-02-28 17:56:21|
To the family of Mary Worthington,
I feel your pain in the loss of a mother, grandmother and great grandmother.
To know Mary was to love her.
During the years of working on the book about Glammis Mary became like the Grandma I never had.
Her strong faith was always present.
When I get these scam calls I say to myself I'd like you to try that on Mary Worthington!
She was small in stature but big in heart.
I hope to join you at Purdy's in the spring.
|Louise (Hall) Dobson - 2023-02-26 21:30:27|
Was sorry to read of Mrs. Worthington's passing. It brought to mind spending time at my dad's (Burns Hall) cottage that shared a laneway with the Worthington cottage. May God comfort you in the days to come knowing she believed in our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
|Jim & Linda Johnson - 2023-02-26 19:54:09|
Richard and Sharron, our deepest sympathy to you and your family on the loss of your dear mother, Mary. May you know God’s loving presence and peace at this sad time. Hugs and prayers.
Jim & Linda
|David & Vera Kennedy - 2023-02-26 17:41:27|
We were so sad to hear of our dear aunt Mary's passing. We have many fond memories and many stories we could tell.
The cottage was and still is a favourite place to visit. She taught us to make chock-cherry jam, she showed us all the lovely wild flowers in the area, and she encouraged and helped us research the Kennedy family tree.
Because of the interest she instilled in us in the Kennedy family history, we made a trip to Scotland and the Island of Tiree from where the first Kennedy came to Canada in the mid 1800s.
Aunt Mary, we will miss your smile and wit and of course having an ice-cream. Love Dave and Vera
|Andrew and Sandra Thomson - 2023-02-26 16:37:09|
I have many fond memories of your mother starting from my first, which was seeing her through the back screen door on Park St. giving you some discipline, continuing with weeks at your cottage (before ours was built), birthdays together and other special occasions through the years. Through all the good times and the not so good you have been a faithful and loving son and I know you will miss her. You and Sharon and all your family will be in Sandra and my prayers as you grieve her loss.
With our love, Andrew and Sandra
|John Brown - 2023-02-26 08:59:08|
My codolences to all the family and friends of Mary.
I met Mary when I visited my friend Brian Thornton at the cottage in 1970's. She was always full of laughter and always had something to say to keep us young lads on the straiight and narrow.
She will be dearly missed.
|Peg and Cliff Bilyea - 2023-02-25 11:38:17|
Dear Richard and Sharon
It is with heart felt sympathy that we express our condolence for your mother , a beautiful person with a heart of gold and a person who loved the Lord with all her passion. It was a joy knowing her though South Sauble Community Church where she, and your Dad, were pillars in that community.
Peg and Cliff
|The McLean Family,Mary-Lynn McLean Debbie and Dennis Wylds and family, Brenda McLean and Betty Jean and family. - 2023-02-24 19:49:44|
Our deepest sympathy to all , on the passing of Mary. She will be greatly missed.
|John and Val Thomson - 2023-02-24 19:09:03|
So very sorry to hear of Mary's passing. We always enjoyed our visits with her in the summers at the cottage and at the South Sauble Community Church's Anniversary celebrations. It was always fun reminiscing about our family get togethers through the many years. We will miss Mary's warm smile, her positive spirit and her encouraging words whenever we had the pleasure to be with her. Our thoughts and prayers for the family. Love from John and Val.
|ELizbeth Price - 2023-02-24 18:18:22|
Dear Richard and family,
I was so saddened to hear about my darling Aunt Mary. I adored her and Uncle Lloyd. She kept so much family history in her heart. I'd love to keep in touch with you.
Love and condolences
|Adèle & John Kaminski - 2023-02-24 15:59:48|
We first met Mary in 2010 through her Glammis connections. I will always remember the first visit I had with her at her apartment. She was surrounded by maps of various vintages, history texts and historical novels about Poland since she wanted to learn more about a family member's heritage. She was always quite a lady, so very gracious, inspirational and fascinating in her interests, an absolute joy. She will be greatly missed.
|Joan and Wayne Hartwick - 2023-02-24 13:22:31|
Our deepest sympathy to Mary's family on her passing. What a beautiful friendly well loved lady. We knew her when she resided at Forbes Apartments and often chatted with her! What a long life she enjoyed. Treasure the memories shared through the years. She is back with her love Lloyd. RIP Mary. Sincerely, Joan and Wayne Hartwick
|Rev Darrell Shaule - 2023-02-24 12:59:38|
My sympathy and condolences to you Richard and Sharron and all the grandchildren and great grandchildren. Mary was a very gracious woman with a deep Faith and trust in her Lord and the matriarch of the family. She will be dearly missed by all at South Sauble Community Church. May God bless you as you grieve, mourn and celebrate Mary's life and love.
|Don Greer - 2023-02-24 12:30:42|
My condolences to Mary's family and kin on your loss on behalf of the Greer family and my late Mother.
|Dianne Simpson - 2023-02-24 09:25:50|
Richard and Family,
It was an honour presenting Mary with her 40-year Horticultural Service pin in November. Mary was a cherished Life Member of Ripley DHS and she remained interested in our Activities-rarely missed our annual Flower Show! Share the stories, photographs, a few tears, many good laughs to give you and your family strength and comfort today and every day. Mary was indeed a gem!
|Ron and Gail Lotton - 2023-02-23 20:21:20|
Our condolences to Richard and family. Mary and Lloyd were two of our most favourite neighbours.
|Marilyn McKeeman - 2023-02-23 18:06:11|
Mary was a cousin to my late husband Bruce McKeeman. She was always a joy to be around. She was well informed about world affairs and a delight to visit. I will miss her cherry smile and sense of humour. Rest in peace my dear friend. Marilyn McKeeman
|Helen Orr - 2023-02-23 17:35:04|
Mary was one of a kind and I have many wonderful memories of Lloyd and her. She has been reunited with the love of her life and they will be having a grand reunion I'm sure! God bless you dear Mary. Love Helen
|Laurie Gallant - 2023-02-23 16:46:19|
Mary was a lovely lady. I am a retired Royal Bank employee from Ripley, who had the pleasure of knowing Mary for years, and working with Lloyd. My condolences to Richard and families.
|Janice Needham - 2023-02-23 16:13:26|
My condolenses to your family on the passing of Mary. She was a wonderful lady and a pleasure to know.
|Eleanor jean Thompson - 2023-02-23 15:16:39|
Mary was a very dear friend we shared many happy times together a fine christian lady she had a wealth of knowledge always very well dressed and a lovely smile sincere symathy to all her family whom she loved dearly rest in peace Mary i will miss you