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Leonora Rose Banks

Cumberland, British Columbia

Mar 7, 1918 – Jun 21, 2011


Piercy's-Mt. Washington Funeral Home Obituary

Leonora Rose BanksMarch 7, 1918 - June 21, 2011Predeceased by husband Clive, sister Grace, stepdaughter June, sons-in-law Glen, Ray, 2 grandsons, 3 great grandsons.Survived by children Bob (Nadine), Carol (Ron), Pat (Joe), Nancy, Leonard (Sharlene), Edwin, 22 grandchildren, 44 great...

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Lenora was awesome & hard working lady. She always had a smile & greeting for everyone. I knew her & her family when i lived in Cumberland. Then a couple of years ago I had the honor of meeting her again when she came to New Westminster to visit her sister Margaret. It was such a pleasure to renew her aquaintance again. Lenora's smile & greeting will be sadly missed by all.

May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.

Aunt Leonora you will be deeply missed. Your a special lady with a big heart. It's been awhile since we saw each other but i do cherish the time we spent when i was a child. Wish i could of been around to see you more, you will always be remembered and missed. Love you & Miss you

Aunt Leonora will be loved and remembered by everyone whose lives she has touched. We will cherish all the wonderful memories. I will miss our shopping trips when she came over to visit, they were a lot of laughs.
Always in our hearts,
Love Dalle and Dennis.

Our dear sister Lenora,As we loved you so we miss you,In our memory you are near,Longed for always Bringing many a silent tear. Our Love, Margaret,Jack and Family

Our thoughts are with the Banks family at a time of great sorrow.We just saw Aunt Lenora 2 weeks ago and am truly greatfull we got to see her.She was a truly wonderful person and a great asset to our family and will be missed

My thoughts are with all at this very sad time
Mrs Banks was a real nice lady, my mother used to talk to her for hours on the phone,about everything LOL
Have not been back home to Cumberland for awhile but I always remeber the good town and People who will be missed.. Brenda [ Weir] Cronk