Gladys Frances Pauline Mahar (nee Dines) – 1927-2016

Gladys Frances Pauline Mahar (nee Dines)
Gladys went to be with her Lord and Saviour where she will
also meet with her husband Jack, her son John, her two miscarried
babies, her parents William S. and Katherine B. (Henderson) Dines, her
sister Bernice Durelle, her brother Sherman Dines, and some of
Jack’s siblings who have gone before. Left to
remember her with love are her daughter-in-law Marie Mahar, daughter
Karen (Ron) Wilson, grandchildren Gerry Mahar, Janet Mahar, Wil Mahar,
Tim (Mckenzi) Wilson, Dan (Nicole) Wilson and siblings Vera
Richardson, Prescott (Anne) Dines, Ethel Finnegan, Margaret Johnston,
Joyce (Calvin) Thompson, Mary Hunnewell, Sydney Dines, Charlie
(Arvilla) Dines, Gloria (Don) Boyce, and sister-in-law Margaret
Dines. Thank you to the staff of Pine Grove Nursing Home for
their loving care over the past two years.
There will be a celebration of her life at a later date in
the spring. A more detailed obituary will be published in the spring
when the date and times for the interment and celebration of life are
set. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Lincoln
Baptist Church, The Gideons, Green Hill Lake Camp Inc., or Pine Grove
Foundation. Online condolences can be made at

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