Sally Grainger

A photo of Sally Grainger

Service:

A Celebration of Life will be held at
a later date and will be announced.

Sally Anne Grainger (nee Kennedy)

Sunrise July 12, 1936

Sunset December 2, 2019

 

It is with much sadness that we announce the passing of Sally on December 2, 2019 at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital.

Sally leaves behind her daughter Anne, her son Scott (Glenys) and her two granddaughters Katelyn and Emily Grainger. Predeceased by her loving husband Murray of 55 years.

Sally was born in Chatham on July 12, 1936 to Bill and Helen Kennedy. She lived with her family in Burlington for the last 50 years and Erieau since birth. Throughout her career as a nurse, she touched many lives and cared for both her family and patients selflessly. She generously donated her time for 28 years to Maycourt of Oakville. Her favourite past times were auction sales, collecting cookbooks and Friday night prayer meetings in Erieau with her oldest and dearest friends.

In keeping with Sally’s wishes, cremation has taken place and there will be a celebration of life at a later date to be announced.

In keeping with Sally’s spirit of healing, donations to a hospice of choice would be greatly appreciated.

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Our deepest sympathy is extended to you Anne, Scott & family. Your mother was a very special person who will be deeply missed by all her friends at the Eau. Sending you our sincere condolences. Jan & Neil

My deepest sympathy to Anne,Scott and family. I always enjoyed any time I spent with Sally, her zest for life and always interesting conversation. Such a lovely lady.

We send our deepest condolences to Anne and the family. Sally will be greatly missed.

Ann, Scott and family, Thinking of you all! Just thinking of Sally makes me smile. God's peace, Love Kathy, John and Jack Noble

With heavy hearts we shall miss your mother Our thoughts and prayers are with you all

Our thoughts are with you Scott and your family. A Mother is a very special person to a family of love,remember all the good times you've had together to give you strength over this sad time

Please accept my deepest condolences for your loss, it's never easy loosing a loved one. My thoughts go out to Scott his sister and his family.

326 Charlemagne Blvd Anne, Scott,Gleyns, Katelyn and Emily, So sorry to hear . I am sure you have many wonderful memories of a caring mother and grandmother.She will be missed by all her friends in Erieau. Hugs to all- see you in the Spring Susan and Brian