Audrey Worthington

Audrey Gilfoy Worthington (Emeneau)

Sunday, June 25th, 1916 - Tuesday, March 30th, 2021
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Worthington, Audrey Gilfoy (nee Emeneau)

Formerly of Fonthill, Audrey passed away peacefully at Maple Park Lodge in Fort Erie Tuesday, March 30, 2021 at the age of 104 years. Born in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia to Frederick and Hilda Emeneau,

Predeceased by her beloved husband Donald (2009), Loving mother of Greg (Janneke), Edward (Flower) and Susan Wilson (Don). Much loved grandmother of Janna and Kevin, Jeremy, Jeffery, and Joanna, Ryan, Brad, and Tracy. Cherished great grandmother of Hayden and Zoë. Dear sister of David and Anita Emeneau, Predeceased by her siblings Elmer, Roddy, Evangeline, Eric and Franklin.

In keeping with Audrey's wishes cremation has taken place.
A private interment will take place on Monday, April 5 at Pleasantview Cemetery in Thorold.

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edward worthington

Posted at 04:23pm
My Mom, Audrey passed away peacefully on March 30, 2021 at the age of 104. Not many people live that long so it was a blessing to have her for that time. She was Mom to me, Greg and Susan and we are very proud of the way she brought us up. Only when we grew up and left home did Mom manage to have some time to herself. We will miss her a lot. One of her favorite sayings was Spring Chicken, so here is a nice picture of Audrey looking just that. Bye for now Mom.

Larry Wale

Posted at 07:51pm
I met Audrey when she used to walk to Jarvis St. pushing her cart.Our friendship continued when she lived at Maple Park.She liked books with big letters plus a chocolate
treat.I felt bad at being unable to see her during the lockdowns.In my mind,she will always be a great lady and very missed.

Gregory Worthington

Posted at 08:43pm
Mom, today we put your ashes beside Dad but I know your spirit is soaring. You and Dad are together. I expect there is golf and pugs. And boating. You were the best. Selfless and kind, you cared for others most of your life. First, younger siblings, then your own children and husband. You always served yourself last and took the poorest seat. Never a complaint. Released from your responsibilities for others, I know you enjoyed your brief time of independence. I hope there are Walmarts where you are so you can shop and browse. Be at peace Mom and know that you are loved.

Kevin Worthington

Posted at 01:47pm
Dear Grandma,
I wish I had known you better. While I was growing up, we visited only a couple of times a year. After I moved to the United States, I was lucky to visit you when I returned home. You were always so kind when I visited you at home, and happy to share a piece of your homemade pie. After Grandpa died, the rest of my family visited the rest yours in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia. During our visit, your cousin Harald, threw us a party at his house with fresh lobster for everyone. This was the first time I’d met many of my relatives, and like yourself, everyone was so kind. It was wonderful seeing the house your father built, on the street named after your maiden name, and take in the wonderful ocean air.
You will forever be missed, and with any luck others will share stories of your life so that I might know you better.


Allison Murray

Posted at 11:25pm
You will always hold a special place in my heart. I will always remember helping you get ready in the morning at Maple Park, and our chats. I always made you laugh when I reminded you that you were 80 years older than me. You were such a kind soul. Rest In Peace Audrey.

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