Isabel Manning

A photo of Isabel Manning

Service:

Family will remember Isabel privately followed by
interment in Maple Leaf Cemetery

Peacefully, Isabel Manning (nee Haines) went to heaven on May 6, 2020. Born March 31, 1927.  Beloved wife of Ralph Manning, of whom she has spent every day missing since his passing 11 years ago. Special mother to Candice McGuigan and her husband Al McGuigan. Lovingly remembered by Sonya Russchen (Brian), Kymberly Everitt and Breanne Davidson (Kevin) along with 6 great-grand children – Layla, Caleb, Harley, Haven, Beau and Grayson. Isabel was a woman who had strong faith in God and was a source of unconditional love to all who knew her. While the loss of her is painful, her family takes great comfort in the fact that she is finally at peace with Jesus, and reunited with the love of her life, Ralph. Family will remember Isabel privately, followed by interment at Maple Leaf Cemetery. Friends wishing to make a donation in memory of Isabel are asked to consider the Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent or ROCK Missions.

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My condolences to the family for such a beautiful woman. I knew her from B&M Manufacturing and was her mailman many years ago. May she rest in peace as she will be missed by all who knew her or her smile.

My condolences to the family for such a beautiful woman. I knew her from B&M Manufacturing and was her mailman many years ago. May she rest in peace as she will be missed by all who knew her or her smile.

Sonya, Brian & Layla I'm sorry to hear of your moms passing. My sincerest sympathy.

Aunt Isabel was not only my aunt but was a mother figure to me in my childhood years. She was a strong religious person teaching and mentoring me through my entire life. She would help so many people when they needed it. Keeping contact with her through out the years was fulfilling as she continued to share life lessons with me. You will be missed but not forgotten...till we meet again.

It was with great sadness that I heard of the passing of Isabel. She was an inspiration to myself and many others who attended Kendall Street Sunday School. She continuously led us in song for many years both at Sunday school and at Chatham Baptist Church. I am honoured to have known such a beautiful soul . She will always be remembered by my family

My Aunt Isabel will be missed,she was a very caring person.My only regret is that l didn’t visit more.Remember staying with them on Queen Street ,and she would tickle my arms .I do the same with my Grandchildren.Your now with your Family,give them a hug and tell them l love you all,❤️❤️❤️❤️

It is with great sadness that Isabel’s passing brings. She was always my personal teacher for Sunday School and her leadership and love of Christ Jesus. It was awesome to have conversations with her about Jesus. She was strong and always ready to give her wisdom ideas and faithful love to others. She will be missed but we all know that she abides with her Lord and Savior. She is singing in the Heavenly choirs with Babe, her brother Gib, her sisters Ida, Pat, and June. Blessings and much prayers and love go out to all who have served her here on earth. May God bless us all until we see her again.

I always had such loving feelings for aunt Isabel, she was the most kind and accepting of everyone. I am very sad that my plans to visit here were interuped by the current isolation. I think of her often and will always remember her kindness to me.

So sorry to hear the news of Isabel's passing. She was an updated spry women for her 93 years! Always a pleasure to see her and I was very happy to have met her. Sending our condolence-thoughts and prayers to all her family and friends. Rest in Peace Isabel.