Patricia Elsie Daisy McQueen (Scammell)

Patricia Elsie Daisy McQueen (Scammell)

Passed on September 13, 2019

January 17,1936 – September 13, 2019    Peacefully with the beautiful harvest moon shining in her window, Mum said her good bye to meet again with Dad. Mum will be sadly missed by her four children, Heather (Andy), Kim (Russ), Brenda (Gary), and Robert Her grandchildren, Curtis (Kesneil), Amber (Morgan), Brenlee (Fabio), Nicole (Nicholas), Cody (Kelly), Alexis (Johnny), Madison (Christen) As well as many great grandchildren, her sister in-laws Shirley and Marcia, nieces and nephews and friends. Mum is predeceased her husband Barry, mother Edith, father Earnest, step mother Alice, and her brothers Ron and Bob. Mum was born in Winnipeg Jan 17th 1936. Being the youngest of 3 and the baby sister, she would follow her brothers around and do everything they did. In Junior high school she met Barry, they fell in love and were inseparable ever since. Married at a young age, she took on the full time job of raising her children and looking after her husband. In 1965 they moved to the Stonewall area where they partnered up with great friends Murray and Ruth Couch and worked together for many years on the farm. Mum was always busy . Whether it was sewing clothes, gardening, canning, freezing, and raising chickens, sheep, cattle, and horses and driving us kids all over the country! She also volunteered at Rosewood lodge, was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary for the Stonewall and District Health Care Centre, and enjoyed curling and golfing in her free time. The family would like to thank Dr. Venter for looking after Mum for many years and the Stonewall Home Care Staff. Also,Thank you to Dr. Benton for caring for Mum during her hospital stay and all the nurses, and staff at the Stonewall hospital taking such good care of Mum. You were all so kind and caring. A private family service will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation can do so to the Stonewall Hospital Palliative Care Room, “Garden Door Project” ‘’ We love you Mum and will miss you every day’’


One of my family just sent me the notice of Pats very sorry to hear . We were friends since grade seven at Isaac Brock and Barry and Gordie were good friends. I think the last time I saw them was their 50th Ann. Life interferes and so often we don’t see the people we think so much of, but they remain in our hearts.

Inez Stratton

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