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Betty Anne Farrish

Betty Anne Farrish

Sunday, August 23rd, 1942 - Thursday, December 31st, 2020
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Farrish, Betty Anne

Passed away peacefully at Millennium Trail Manor on Friday, January 1, 2021, at the age of 78 years. Predeceased by her beloved husband Lorne Ward (2002). Dear and loving mother of Peter Sawchuk and Jill (Queenston, Ont.), Bill Sawchuk and Crystal (Fonthill, Ont.) and stepmother to Karen Ward (Oakville, Ont.), Steven Ward and Paddy (Cincinnati, Ohio) Cherished grandmother of Alexander Sawchuk and Aiden Sawchuk (Fonthill, Ont.) Dear sister of John Farrish (Ripley, Ont.), Bob Farrish and Noma, Lucknow, Ont.), and Deanna Thibodeau (nee Farrish) (London, Ont.).

Predeceased by her parents Alexander (Bud) Farrish and Marjorie Farrish and her brother Alexander (Sandy).

Betty Anne dedicated her heart and soul to mental health services; she was a founder of the Oak Centre Club House - Alternative Community Support, in Welland. She was a lifelong registered nurse, and later in her life discovered therapeutic touch and used it to ease the lives of others. Betty was dearly loved by her family and friends and will be forever missed by all who knew her.

Cremation has taken place, and the family will gather at a later date when it is safer to honour her life.

As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to Oak Centre, 24 Dorothy Street, Welland ON, or to Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region, 1-403 Ontario Street St. Catharines.

Online condolences may be shared at www.pelhamfuneralhome.ca
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Peggy Bunce

Posted at 09:24pm
Betty and I were best friends as children and spent many happy times together over the years.

I want to offer heartfelt condolences to all of her family, She was very special!

Peggy Bunce

Dawn Breault

Posted at 06:23pm
Our condolence on the loss of Betty. Dawn and Claude Breault
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Brett

Posted at 05:29pm
Our deepest sympathy to Bill and Peter. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Janice Kelba and Family

Margo Morris

Posted at 04:19pm
Betty and Tom and I have been friends since grade 9 at G.D. C.I. We had so many good times . Betty was the kind of friend who loaned you her sweater if it looked really good with your skirt for the high school dance. We lost touch for a time when we lived in different areas , but reconnected in 2000 at the time of the G.D.C. I reunion. What a blessing that was for us. We will always remember Betty as a kind, caring, fun, smart, spiritual being. We love you. Hugs.
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