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Beckerleg, Corinne Marjorie

In loving memory of Corinne Marjorie Beckerleg (nee Kellow) who passed away peacefully with her beloved children by her side on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 at Health Sciences North at the age of 80. Beloved wife of the late Douglas Beckerleg. Dear mother of John (Tao), Wayne (Brenda), Dean, Catherine Hill (David) and Roger Corriveau. Cherished grandmother of Amanda (Shawn Grant), Bryan (Sam), Weiwei, Dustin, Jamie, Alex and great-grandmother to Lexi and Jeromey Grant. She is survived by her sisters Louise Smyth, Doris Penno, Jeannette Coupland, Brenda Doucette, Virginia Guillemette (Fred) and predeceased by Lillian Piccin, Loretta Payette, Gladys Walsh and Phyllis Walker. Corinne was a longstanding member of the Calvin Presbyterian Church. Her greatest joys in life came from spending time with her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A Memorial Service will be held at Calvin Presbyterian Church, 1114 Auger Ave. Sudbury on Saturday, December 2, 2017 at 1:00pm. In lieu of flowers donations to the Calvin Presbyterian Church would be greatly appreciated.

4 Condolences

  1. I first met Ma Beckerleg when they had their camp on Lake Nipissing in Lavigne. I remember her great sense of humor and her motherliness toward us crazy youngsters. She also welcomed me into her home and family while attended Cambrian College in the mid 80s. I always admired her strength, wittiness and overall goodness. A selfless, generous woman who always thought of others. The world could benefit from more people like Corinne. Rest in peace with your loved ones my dear Ma Beckerleg.
    Carole xoxo

    Posted by:Carole Arbour (Rondeau)
    December 3, 2017
  2. I first met Corinne when we both attended the Dome Public School. We made friends easily and I admired her vibrant personality and her sheer love of life. Whenever we later met up again over the years, it was as if we’d never been separated. When my husband and I lived for a brief time in Sudbury, her young Catherine and my young Bonnie enjoyed playing together. In fact, my husband and I were delighted to stand up for her and Doug when they married. More recently, we had great times laughing together with friends Roummy and Diane at Diane’s cottage near Timmins. With Corinne’s death, a part of my childhood has been diminished. Corinne, may you rest in peace.
    Carolyn

    Posted by:Carolyn MacKinnon
    December 1, 2017
  3. We were friends back in the 1950s. Condolences to her entire family.

    Posted by:Doris Smith Power
    December 1, 2017
  4. My favourite Auntie you will be loved and missed everyday.I hold so many great memories of the time spent with you.one I will always remember is when u came up for a visit and you wanted to stay with me I made sure I ironed my bedsheets just for you❤️❤️❤️Then coming down last year with my new Granddaughter Winter and you holding her saying you could eat her with a knife,fork and spoon. Most recently you attending my Wedding Reception Thanksgiving Weekend having you there made our Day so Special.I treasure every time spent with you ever since I was a younger girl to a grown adult.You will always be my Angel on my Shoulder ❤️❤️❤️❤️Love you Always xxxooo

    Posted by:Lauralee & Richard Carrier
    November 30, 2017

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