Jean Maxine Ross (nee Timlock)

Jean Maxine Ross (nee Timlock)
She lived with passion.
Loved fiercely.
A piece of abstract art in an age of shallow digital reproduction.
Booming and buzzing bundle of contradictions full of hidden resolution.
Dreamed dreams too ambitious to be diluted in conversation.
She desired a better life for her family.
And that is what they received from her hard working hands.
Educator, museum curator, and astronomer to her Grandson.
Roll model and life long mentor to her Daughter.
Compassionate listener.  Intrigued conversant.
Penman to the stars when most learn to type before write.
She decorated beautiful Christmas trees.
Let no one pull the wool over her eyes.
Took no wooden nickels.
She did it all her way, a wonderful spirited way.
We should all be inspired to live with such fire.
On June 17th 2013 our lives began without her strong body.
But our lives carry on her spirit.
Love you.
Forever and always.
You’re our everything.
(spare xoxoxox)
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  1. Val Grogan wrote:

    Heather and family
    Very sorry to hear of your loss. Always loved to have
    a few words with your Mom. She was always at the
    front door waiting for you to visit.
    Thinking of you with sorrow.
    Val Grogan and Claudia

  2. Barb(Elizabeth Killens daughter) wrote:

    I am sorry to hear of the loss of your Mother
    I share in your sadness, it will not be easy as we
    Were their caretakers and friends. I keep you in my prayers.

  3. Katelyn Bakker wrote:

    Your mother will truly be missed by everyone! I especially enjoyed my conversations with Jean and her wonderful sense of humour. She will forever be in our hearts xox
    Take care

  4. Crystal Chettle wrote:

    What a beautiful tribute to a wonderful woman. Please know that my thoughts are with you during this very difficult time. Much love xoxoxo

  5. Paul Lobsinger wrote:

    Heather and Craig,
    I’m so sorry to hear Jeannie passed away. I have thought of her many times over the years since we were last together. Having first met her in St. Catharines and our paths crossing again in Toronto, I was truly blessed to have her as my friend.
    She is missed and now just waiting for our paths to cross one more time.
    Thinking of you.
    Paul and Debbie

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