Judith Anne "Judy" (Cameron) MORTIMER
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Passed away peacefully at South Muskoka Memorial Hospital in Bracebridge, on Tuesday, December 29, 2020, at the age of 72. Judy was the beloved wife of John Louis Mortimer, for 46 years. Loving mother of Marianne Elizabeth Mortimer, and Chris John Mortimer. Cherished grandmother of Sierra Camryn Drinkwalter, and Cheyenne Elizabeth Drinkwalter. Dear sister of Marianne Cameron, Sharon Stevenson, Wayne Cameron, and Alan Cameron. Predeceased by her sister Sandy Cameron. As an expression of sympathy and in lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society and may be arranged through Cavill Funeral Home. Messages of condolence can be left at www.cavillfuneralhome.com

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Published in Muskoka Region News on Jan. 8, 2021.
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January 9, 2021
Judy you were truly one of kind. No one made me laugh like you. The love and joy you brought to all of the Manor residents and our team members will never be forgotten. Your big heart, your big smile and you amazing sense of humour positivity touched countless lives!! You will be so missed Judy!! Truly such a beautiful person. Sending so much love to prayers to John and Judy’s family.
Steph Bolger
January 8, 2021
In loving memory of my friend and cousin Judy. As a younger girl she had so much energy and a great sense of humour and she was in a singing group. I remember those days at Gull Lake Beach and the Movies and at Sloans Restaurant. Nice memories. May God Bless you!
Janice Bourne
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