Lillian Susan Wainwright
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Peacefully on January 12, 2021 at the Georgetown Hospital. Lillian Wainwright, in her 82nd year was the beloved wife of the late Thomas Wainwright (2003), loving mother of Thomas (Karen) and Bill Wainwright and adoring grandma of William and Jason. Lillian will be remembered by her many nieces, nephews and great friends. Lillian is a 25 year retired employee of the Halton Regional Police. She also was a lifetime member of The Canadian Kennel Club, The Oakville Kennel Club, The Boxer Club of Canada and The American Boxer Club. Lillian was active in the dog show world, breeding and showing boxers under the Glencotta prefix, for 50 years. The family wishes to share a heartfelt thank you to all the staff at Georgetown Hospital. Arrangements entrusted to MacIntyre Family Funeral Home, 5399 Wellington Road 52, Erin. Cremation has taken place. Interment will be held at Erin Union Cemetery in the spring of 2021. Donations in Lillian's memory can be made to East Wellington Community Services (Food Bank) or OVC Pet Trust. Donation Cards available at the funeral home or you may send the family a condolence at www.macintyrefamilyfuneralhome.com

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Published in The Independent & Free Press on Jan. 14, 2021.
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January 18, 2021
Great person to work with, always got a warm smile and greeting from her. My condolences to her family .
Ean ALGAR (Retired Chief of Police)
Friend
January 14, 2021
Lillian, you gave me 3 of my best friends, all of them boxers. You were incredible, and your love of boxers has no doubt been passed along to many, many people. Thank you for everything ❤
Martha McDougall
Friend
January 14, 2021
Lillian was one of my favourites to work with ,she always had all our backs and she stuck up for each and everyone of us. She would always make our days better ,no matter how bad they were.RIP my great friend. Will Love you always
Brian Farrell
Coworker
January 14, 2021
I spent most of my policing career in the north end and was fortunate to have Lillian as a "Mother Hen" when I needed her. Lillian was a caring and giving person when you came to know her. She kept me out of trouble on more than one occasion. Will miss you dearly Lil. RIP.
Dave Shortt
DAVID SHORTT
Coworker
January 14, 2021
Rest In Peace Lil. You were a wonderful co-worker and person and will be greatly missed. Condolences to the family.
Art Goddard
Coworker
January 14, 2021
I always loved working with Lil. An awesome woman, friend, and great support at work. We love you Lil.
Mel Hannah
Coworker
January 14, 2021
When I first arrived with HRPS, she was a great help and always looked after the officers on her platoon. She was strong, loyal and determined with a unique sense of humour that made working with her a pleasure. I have only fond memories of a great person and co-worker.
Dave Banks
Coworker
January 14, 2021
I worked with Lillian for many years. We had lots of laughs over lunches and coffee. Lil was a force to be reckoned with. She was cranky, she was funny, she was caring, and she would never hesitate to help out in any situation. She loved everything about her world of dogs and loved to share the stories. She will be missed.
Wendy Cotton
Coworker
January 13, 2021
Diamond Lil. My memories of you are like your artwork. They are wonderful and will last forever. To all her family, my deepest condolences. Adam
Adam Hanna
Coworker
January 13, 2021
RIP my friend - Lil was fierce, determined, stubborn and always had our 6. We could always count on her to help us with the dreaded rural addresses pre-mapquest searches. She was part of our Platoon 1 HRPS family. You were one of a kind Lil - you will be missed.
Andrea Gaynor
Coworker
January 13, 2021
My condolences to Lill's family and friends! I had the pleasure of knowing her from our work together in Georgetown. Sad to hear of her passing!
Les Fulop
Coworker
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