MURIEL TAIT Muriel Suzanne Tait (nee Frisque) passed away in her home in Uxbridge, Ontario, on June 29, 2014 at the young age of 71, surrounded by her family. Loving mother of daughter Jaqueline Eagles (Tait) and son Stephen Tait; mother-in-law to Tom Eagles and Deirdre Tait. Grandmother (Nanny) to Christine and Candace Eagles, Chantelle and Karl Lippert, Kayla and Sara Tait. Great-grandmother to Arabella Lippert; and former wife to Neil Tait. Adoring sister to Michael Frisque; sister-in-law to Margaret Frisque; and aunt to Karina, Jenica and Gregory. Muriel was a caregiver to all; two-legged and four. She would be the first to help anyone who needed it. She volunteered her time within her communities to ensure others had the support they needed in order to better their lives. Muriel loved to travel the world and explore new places. She loved more than anything to spend time with her family and friends. She cherished her grandchildren and great-grandchild above all else. Deep appreciation is extended to the staff of Southlake Regional Health Centre and Sunnybrook Cancer Centre for the compassionate care that Muriel received. Muriel and her family are deeply appreciative of the care she received while under treatment at the Cancer Care Unit of Southlake Regional Hospital in Newmarket. The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations to be made in her memory to either the Uxbridge Cottage Hospital Foundation or the Ontario Humane Society. Donation slips will be available at the ceremony. Muriel did not like sad events. Instead of a funeral, her family will be holding a `Celebration of her Life. The celebration will be held on Sunday, July 13th from 12 to 4 p.m. at the Royal Ashburn Golf and Country Club located at 995 Myrtle Road West, Ashburn, Ontario. All who wish to attend are most welcomed. She will be greatly missed by all and will be forever in our hearts. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Low & Low Funeral Home, Uxbridge. Online condolences may be made at www.lowandlow.ca.
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Published in the Toronto Star on July 5, 2014