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Lee MacDonald

Lee MacDonald

Saturday, January 6th, 1940 Monday, February 11th, 2019

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Obituary for Lee MacDonald

It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our Mother Lee MacDonald.
Born January 6, 1940 in Toronto, Ontario and passed February 11, 2019 in Langley, BC.
She was predeceased by her husband Allister MacDonald in 2005 and is survived by her sister Barbara Mulligan and family of Mississauga, Ontario.
She is missed and loved by her son Tom MacDonald (Megan) Matthew, Aidan and Liam of Port Coquitlam, BC and her daughter Tammy Larsen (Kevin) Jeff Saunders, Brooke, Marissa and Kallen of Langley, BC.
Tom and Tammy would like to thank Lee’s friends Anne Fitzgerald, Carol Sharp, Flo Proulx, Donna Timpson, Liz Brown and Freda Delmark for their many years of friendship with our Mom, she loved you all.
We would also like to thank Joanne Mcintosh for the many years of care, love and support she gave our Mom. Joanne was loved dearly by Lee.
In lieu of flowers please donate to your local animal shelter in her honour. Both our parents were life long animal lovers.
A celebration of life will be planned for a later date.
Rest well Mom, you are now in Dads arms. We love you both.

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Joanne Mcintosh

Tammy, Kevin and family. I am so sorry that your mom is no longer with you...but only in body. Your memories are a great way to hold your mom close. She loved you all very much and will be missed by so many. My eyes fill with tears and my heart hurts knowing that I no longer get to talk to Lee but the memories I have help. You are surrounded by many people who loved your mom. Hugs to you and Kevin and the family.
Comment | Posted at 11:09pm via Condolence

Joanne Mcintosh

Tom, Meagan, Aiden and Liam. I am at a loss for the appropriate words to share or send to you. Your mom was a huge part of my life...she was like my second mom. I will always treasure our time together and now there is a big hole, but my memories I have of Lee help. I am very greatful she was a big part of my life and I miss her terribly, but my memories of our laughs and giggles we shared help. Thank you Lee for being you. I love and miss you.
Comment | Posted at 11:00pm via Condolence
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Joanie Jarvis

Lee was Ann's best friend for nearly 60 years and I had the pleasure of meeting and getting to know Lee through Ann. We did some cruises together and enjoyed some crazy fun-filled back and forth visits. We made memories - memories that will outlast the pain of grief.
I am glad I met you Lee - and glad for the joyous times we shared!
Rest in peace dear one!
Joanie Jarvis
Comment | Posted at 01:16pm via Condolence
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Karyn McCallister

"When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure". Our condolences on the loss of your mom to all your family. She was a wonderful person and a great friend to our family. We will always look back to the good times we've shared growing up. Karyn & Breeanna McCallister (Creighton)
Comment | Posted at 01:06pm via Condolence
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Ann Fitzgerald

It is with a heavy heart that I send my condolences to Tom, Tammy and their families - and to Lee's many friends. It is very difficult to say farewell to someone who has been an important part of my life for the better part of 60 years - but it is time to let go. Lee was my confidant, travelling companion, chosen "sister", sounding board and a huge part of my heart. We laughed over the silliest of things, cried over enormous losses, and were there for each other through thick and thin. She was feisty, irreverent, caring, supportive and had a wicked sense of humour that sometimes caught you by surprise. She didn't suffer fools lightly, but if you needed anything - she was the first in line to lend her support. I miss her already.
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