Sheila E. M. Christopher

09-Dec-1944 - 16-Nov-2022

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Posted by Stephanie Tu | 02-Dec-2022

Hello Leanne and Family,

Your Xe family is thinking of you during this time. We are truly sorry for your loss. The stories you shared about your Mom as she loved teaching your little ones to bake and cook are wonderful memories to cherish. Sending prayers to you and your family.

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Posted by Laurel Livingstone | 01-Dec-2022

Words can’t express how saddened I am. I didn’t know Sheila for that long (Innisfil Ladies Golf League 2018) but in that time she had welcomed my friend and I with open arms. Due to the pandemic I hadn’t seen Sheila with the exception of Facebook thank goodness. We recently reconnected as I have a cleaning company. She was done with doing it herself lol. I met with her at her home October 26, we chatted, she reminisced about all the memories in each room including the basement AKA “Th Man’s Cave”. I have never had that feeling of warmth while doing a quote for an home before EVER. Upon leaving we exchange the biggest hug ever, maybe due to the thought of the upcoming surgery etc or maybe the the man upstairs new different. Regardless, I am so glad we had that time.
Leanne, Kevin & family, I am so truly sorry for your loss. My thoughts & prayers will be with you during this most difficult time. XO

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Posted by Joe and Joanne Melo | 30-Nov-2022

Our deepest condolences to the Christopher family. We will always cherish the fond memories Sheila created for us. She was a sweet fun loving person and our neighbourhood will miss the chats and laughter she shared with us.

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Posted by Konrad Jorens | 30-Nov-2022

Such a wonderful woman.! Sheila had a very kind and considerate spirit and was an inspiration to all who knew her. An amazing grandmother who was loved by all her grandchildren and also every member of her family. I’m happy to have known her and privileged to have been her friend. Rest in peace Sheila. xo.

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Posted by Carmen & Joe Antenucci | 30-Nov-2022

Dear Leanne, Kevin & Family,

We will forever cherish the beautiful memories of your Dear Mother and Father. We shared many cruises together
and so many dinners and fun times. Your mom's laughter was contagious, just hearing her laughter, made us laugh
more and more. We will always miss her and your dad.
May God God give you strength during this very sad and difficult time.
Our Heartfelt Condolences, Love, Carmen & Joe

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Posted by Civita & Joe Berlettano | 29-Nov-2022

Leanne, Kevin and family, We extend our heartfelt sympathy. We will never forget your dear mother Sheila. We have very fond memories of Sheila and Graham as we travelled together and enjoyed many good times . We will miss her dearly.
May God give you comfort and peace at this difficult time. Sheila will always be in our thoughts and prayers. May she rest in peace!!

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Posted by Dianne Crawford | 29-Nov-2022

It has been a long while since we have seen each other but our wonderful college memories are forever in my heart. Sheila was the most outgoing and cheerful of us all, had the greatest smile and was always upbeat. She and Dorothy were my next door roomies at MacDonald College. We have lost a beautiful lady. Hit ‘‘em straight Sheila ❤️🤗

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Posted by Jackie Emsley | 29-Nov-2022

The last time I golfed with Sheila was the first day of our members tournament. I played the best game ever scoring 99. I told her I only played so well because of her. Sheila had a way of making you feel relaxed and really good about yourself. I remember she told me quite a few years ago not to overthink. This stuck with me.
Sheila did so much for the ladies league organizing our fun games every week and cooking the Christmas luncheon. Graham always had fun playing Santa. I will think of Sheila when I am golfing and remember her always. It won’t be the same without her.

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Posted by Ann McCord | 28-Nov-2022

I met Sheila four years ago when I joined Innisfil Creek Golf club. She made me feel so welcome the minute I walked in the door. She ran our ladies club and made every ladies league game so much fun. Graham was also our Santa Clause every "Christmas in July" until his passing. May you both rest in peace. You will be missed.

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Posted by Brenda Purcell | 27-Nov-2022

I never saw Sheila without a smile on her face, she lived life to the fullest. So many wonderful memories of younger days at the Rawdon golf club, singing our hearts out while Graham played the banjo. RIP you guys!

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