Mary Elsie Suter Kerst  August 10 1922 –

Mary Elsie Suter Kerst August 10 1922 – January 28 2019

Obituary for Mary Elsie Suter (Kerst)
Mary Elsie Suter (née Kerst), of Kincardine, passed away surrounded by family and trusted friends, on Monday, January 28th, 2019 at the age of 96.
Beloved wife of the late Harry Suter (1999).
Dear mother of Crystal (Steve Kirk) Pace of Mississauga, Ellen (Bob Mitchell) Suter of Bentley, Alberta, Janine Millman of Ottawa, Harriet (Bob Walker) Suter of Kincardine and Scott (Cathy) Suter of Newmarket.
Cherished by her grandchildren AJ, Shelley, Michael, Christina, Britney, Bill, Emily, RJ and Cory as well as her great-grandchildren Jade, Bobby, Logan, Damian and Kelsey.
Predeceased by her parents Leo and Mary Kerst and son-in-laws Albert Pace and Steve Millman.
Mary was born in Toronto and raised with her beloved brother Jim, late sister Leona and late brother Bill in Richmond Hill, where she lived until 2017. She became the office manager of her father’s tool and die shop in Toronto. After the second world war, she fell in love with a dashing young aircraft mechanic who had just returned from England and who was impressed that she knew what a micrometer was, as well as admiring her kindness and fashionable good looks. They married in 1947 and built their house on Langstaff Road themselves, with the help of family members, buying the building materials paycheque by paycheque. They did not want to be saddled by a mortgage. They raised 5 children and innumerable pets at Langstaff and Mary stayed in her beloved home even after Dad died, until the age of 91. She loved her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren, the many relatives who visited and her good friends. Next to the people she loved and her pets, her favorite things were her trees, perennial and vegetable gardens (where many a time she strolled with visitors) and her African Violets. In
1966 Mary and Harry bought a lot on Twelve Mile Bay and built a family cottage that gave all of us many good times and fond memories of swimming, sun and wonderful steak barbecues. They also enjoyed travelling to Barbados, Florida, Alaska and the East Coast.
Two years ago, Mary moved to Trillium Court in Kincardine, where she enjoyed a rich life and got outdoors often with the help of family, most recently at the 2018 Christmas Parade. She enjoyed field trips, the entertainment, touring the gardens in the area and just sitting outside enjoying the sunshine. She loved visiting Harriet and Bob’s home and garden, the company of her dear best friend, Jean Campbell, and the wonderful staff at Trillium Court who truly became her trusted extended family. She always had a smile on her face, a joke on her lips and a kind word for everyone around her.
Heartfelt thanks are extended to Trillium Court Staff, especially the wonderful, caring nurses and personal aids, Kincardine Hospital Staff, Dr. Gurbin, Retire-at-Home and Kincardine Palliative Care Volunteers.
A private family service will take place.
Final resting place, Zion Lutheran Church in Maple.
In lieu of flowers and to honour Mary’s way of life, please be kind to someone who is lonely or needs help. She would have appreciated such a gesture.
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January 28 2019..

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Décès pour la Ville:Kincardine, Province: Ontario

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