Obituary of Alfreda Nellie Stuckless
Alfreda Stuckless was born to the late Eli and Julie Rowsell at Leading Tickles. On August 23, 1945 she married Thomas Stuckless. Together they had seven beautiful girls, Patsy (predeceased), Anne (Junior) Rowsell, Bride (George) Saunders, Verley (Dan) Hillier, Primrose (Dennis) Woodworth, Pansy (Lorne) Andrews and Wanda (Reg) Rice. She was blessed with 13 grandchildren, Charolette (predeceased), Craig (predeceased), Grant, Tommy (Kelly), Sherry (Murray), Tina (John), Shelley (Tymon), Janice (Pete), Heather (Rick), Kirk (Jackie), Justin (Char-Lee), Ashley (Scott), Christopher (Marlena), 17 great-grandchildren, and three great-great-grandchildren, as well as a large circle of other relatives and friends. She was also predeceased by her sisters, Bertha, Margaret and brother Fred.
Alfreda loved life. Her family was very much a part of that life. She was so very proud of each and every one of them. Some of Alfreda's passions were: "painting" just about everything, "cleaning" absolutely obsessed with it, loved to shop anywhere at anytime, and playing pranks and joking around. She was the life of the party at all gatherings she attended. Her smiling face and friendly personality will never be forgotten. She was a loving wife, a wonderful mother and grandmother, a true friend and faithful Christian.
In March of 2014 Alfreda moved back to her home town of Leading Tickles to live at Islandside Manor. She spoke very highly of the staff and care she received there.
It gives the family great peace in knowing that she has gone to Heaven and that she is reunited with her loved ones.
The family wishes to extend their sincere thanks and deepest gratitude for all acts of kindess shown during this time of bereavement.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made In Alfreda's memory to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Alzheimer's Association
Visitation at the Salvation Army Citadel, Point Leamington on Friday night from 6-7 for family and 7-9 for invited guest.
Funeral service will take place at 2 p.m. on Saturday for the Salvation Army Church, Point Leamington