It is with profound sorrow that we say goodbye to a beloved soul predeceased by her husband, Don, 24 years prior and left to be cherished by 3 daughters: Flora Mae (Brian), Lois (Craig), Deborah (Gilbert) and 2 sons: Earl (Mary Lee), and Malcolm as well as 13 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren— all of whom she was proud. She loved this time of year, went all out during the holidays for her family, cooked recipes passed down generations, baked her famous over-night buns, decorated a "Charlie Brown" tree with vintage ornaments—even served mimosas on Christmas morning. She was a passionate genealogist who had traced her proud Scottish heritage and left a great volume of research for our family to reference. She spent summers at the lake where she hosted plenty of visitors, celebrated milestones, watched storms and created precious memories for all of us. She was an avid nature enthusiast and taught her grandchildren to identity local flora and fauna when they picked wild flowers or listened to wildlife recordings. She passed away peacefully surrounded by loved ones. Many thanks to Mae who stayed right close every minute until she passed. She and Lois were able to sing her to her rest with all the songs she taught them as children ending with Silent Night. It is with profound gratitude that we thank the staff at the Imperial Integrated Facility for their support and exemplary care all these years— they went the extra mile every day during this time to keep her comfortable. Love is what they provided. Godspeed, Mom into the arms of all those that you loved that have gone before you. Love you, Mom. Fly, fly away into Dad's loving arms.