Lynda Catherine Lyons, Hulme, Cuthbert, Crowe.
April 29th 1942 - June 8th 2021
Mom passed away peacefully with her daughters Cathy and Missy by her side.
Left behind to celebrate Moms extraordinary life, are her children ;
Albert Hulme (Leona Lucas) and late daughter Mariah.
Catherine (George) Jacobs; Jamie (Karen) and Cory.
Tami Lyons (James Walker) ; Jocelynn (Ryan) Vieira,
Nicholas Foster and Fiancé Christina and Alexis Arsenault.
Heather Winger ; Roy Verbeek and the late Devon Verbeek.
Don Cuthbert (Jennifer) ;Emma, Carly and Donny.
Randy Cuthbert and son Chris Lembo.
Missy (Jim) Small ; Marcus and Sirius.
Great Grandchildren ; Roger and Colton Jacobs.
Alfie, Lily and Ben Vieira.
Emery, Haddie and Indie Verbeek.
She was stepmother Don’s children
David, Peter, Natalie Cuthbert Bengert.
Survived by her brother Christopher Lyons and his wife Susan.
Stepmother to Edward’s children;
Joseph Guitar and children Grant (True) & Keith,
Andrew (Nancy) Guitar and children Candy (Todd & children Alec, Jillian & Ethan),
Tim (Tammy), Nathan (Kirstin & children Ava, Tate & Harper),
Megan (Bryan & children Talen, Chase, Nash & Scotlyn) and Cassandra (RJ & children Faith, Tyson & Emmitt), Phil (Cathy) Guitar and Stephen Crowe (Shawna & child Zachary)
Predeceased by her husband Edward Crowe October, 2018
Donald Cuthbert March, 2007
Her parents Stanley Lyons and Trixie Trollope and stepmother Hilda Lyons
Mom lived a full life, as a wonderful mother surrounded by her children. She was a homemaker and guardian of all animals. Mom loved her gardens, they were truly a labour of love. Mom was highly skilled with knitting needles, fine bead work, quilting, rug hooking, and many other crafts. Mom had a deep love for all things Christmas and loved nothing more than singing Christmas carols during the season and beyond. Mom was a fabulous cook especially her Mac & Cheese, mashed potatoes, roast beef and scalloped potatoes.
Mom touched the lives of many people and brought smiles to the faces of all who knew her.
She was most proud of her church work. Mom and her late husband Edward, liked to visit long term care homes and hospice, to read and visit with the residence.
Our earthly Angel is now our heavenly Angel, watching over us from above.
She will be dearly missed by all who knew her.
A private graveside service will be held at the Elmvale Cemetery.
If desired, memorial donations to the Farley Foundation or Waterloo Hospice would be appreciated.
Elm Flower Shoppe
52 Yonge St., S