Marie Cecile Turrall  November 10 1921

Marie Cecile Turrall November 10 1921 May 18 2020

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On 18 May 2020 Marie (Cecile) Turrall, nee Loiselle, 98 years of age passed of natural causes at Cairnsmore Place, Duncan.
Auntie “C” was Born 10 November 1921 in Regina. She worked as Secretary to Commodore for the British Navy, Halifax. In the 60’s she was Awarded Top Sales for AGF in Toronto. In the 70’s Auntie worked in the financial field in Victoria.
Auntie travelled extensively, liked Down Hill Skiing, Sailing boating, and was an avid Bridge player, who became dedicated to helping others through Zonta-Victoria Club. Auntie had a zest for life and exuberance that was infective.
Heart felt thanks to all the Staff of the Priory in Langford and Cairnsmore Place Duncan. The Love and Care shown to Auntie “C” is very much appreciated.
Auntie Cecile is survived by: nephew Les Badham (Corrine) and sons Geoffrey & Gerred, niece Louise (John) Vandernagel and daughters Nicole (Darin) & family, Carolyn (Jordan) & family, and numerous nieces & nephews.
Due to COVID-19, Auntie “C”s Celebration of Life will take place when permitted, at the Central Baptist Church, 833 Pandora Ave., Victoria, BC V8W 1P2. In lieu of flowers donations in Aunties name to the Central Baptist Church would be appreciated.

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Marie Cecile Turrall November 10 1921
May 18 2020..

H. W. Wallace Cremation and Burial Centre

Death notice for the town of: Duncan, Province: Colombie britanique

death notice Marie Cecile Turrall November 10 1921
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  1. It is with great gratitude that I remember Cecile, who was president of the Zonta Club of Victoria when I was invited to join in 1988. Over the years, I learned to admire her spirit, her dedication to whatever task she set herself, to her humanity. In my memory, she will always stand as a shining example of the best of her generation of Canadians, not bowed by adversary, but always emerging stronger and more determined. I loved her stories and will forever remember her tale of the bear and the chef at Chateau Lake Louise. “What you leave behind is not engraved in stone monuments, but what is woven into the lives of others.” (Pericles) Cherish your memories of a remarkable woman!



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