Heather-THOMSON-Obituary

Heather M. THOMSON

Toronto, Ontario

1936 - 2019

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HEATHER M. THOMSON (née Lorimer) October 18, 1936 - June 18, 2019 As she wished, Heather died at home surrounded with care and love. Heather leaves her husband of 60 years, Richard M. Thomson. She is also survived by their children, Robin (Malcolm), Beth (Jeff), Mary Dawn and Richard (Karen) as...

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Heather was a wonderful friend to all of us at Lost Tree. We commiserated together over her back problems and Susie's. We will miss her and are thinking of you and your family. Jim and Susie Sebastian

With a heartfelt for Richard and her extended family, please receive my most sincere condolences. May all good memories of a beautiful human soul should help to find courage in Heather's passing. Our encounters happened within the ballroom dancing world for which we had opportunities to glide together around the floor. May her spirit waltz in peace with angels!

My sincere sympathy to Dick and his family.
I met Heather at BSS , in grade 6, as we were both new girls , together.
I have fond memories of the 40 th reunion dinner at your home in 1995.
I loved her , ballet room with the ballet bar ! What a gracious hostess, Heather was.
With happy memories, Beverley ( Wilding ) Hutchison

Psalm 90:10 says that the days of our years are 70 years, And if because of special mightiness they are 80 years.
May the memories of the wonderful times you shared together bring a smile and joy in your heart.

Sad to lose a valued nursing classmate, a true friend, a caring woman whose last request be that we remember her by calling someone in need. Heather was a wonderful wife and mother of four, upbeat and fun to be with. Condolences to Dick and family from Airlie and Ray Suutari

Dick and family, We are so sorry to hear of Heather's passing. She was a great lady and a fantastic hostess. We enjoyed our visit with you both and we were happy to visit with all of your family. Our condolences to all of you and prayers to help you go through this tough time.

We are truly saddened to learn of the death of Heather, our neighbor in Lost Tree. Heather was a kind and caring person and will be a great loss to the Lost Tree community. We are not surprised at how she wished to be remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are with Dick and the family, Dick and Maureen Mullaney

Beth and Mary Dawn, my sincere condolences on the passing of your Mother. Clearly you girls inherited your Mothers timeless beauty. May she live on through your love and traditions of family. Sent with love,
Colleen Pocock

On behalf of Eamond and the staff at Harlots, our condolences to the Thompson family. She was a remarkable lady.