Thomas, Sheila

Thomas, Sheila

May 3rd, 2018

With sadness and heavy hearts, the family announces the passing of Sheila Ann Thomas, of London, at University Hospital on Thursday May 3, 2018, in her 80th year. Predeceased by her parents Michael and Jessie Glennon, of Watford,  and her brother Dennis of Trenton. Survived by her son David, along with niece Maureen and nephew Michael. Missing Sheila will be many other relatives throughout Ontario and Michigan. Born in London, Ontario and raised in Watford, Ontario, Sheila worked at McCormick Canada (Club House Foods) for 27 years before her retirement in 2003, where she was known for taking many photos of various company activities. She previously worked at C.I.P. Containers, the London Free Press and Supertest. The family wishes to thank the medical staff at University Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital plus Extendicare London for their kind and compassionate care the past few years. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a memorial donation in Sheila's memory are asked to consider the Arthritis Society or the Sandra Schmirler Foundation.
Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be announced by the family in the future. 

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Beth TrevailDave and family, so very sorry for the loss of your beloved. Heartfelt condolences.
Stephen ClothierHello, David. As my father is very busy at present (just having sold his house) and my mother not in the best of health, I thought that I would take it upon myself to offer you our heartfelt condolences. I, personally, did not really know your mother well. She was, of course, present at a number of family gatherings: at a few of my grandfather's birthday parties in Watford, as well as at the weddings of my cousins, Sheila and Elizabeth. She struck me as being exceptionally warm and friendly, with quite a zest for life; and I am so sorry for your loss. I do not know what your belief system is (if you have any); however, regardless of whether you have a Judeo-Christian worldview (as I do), or a secular one, she is certainly at peace now. Again, my deepest sympathies. Your cousin, Stephen
Carole PaulDear David It is with sadness that I heard of the passing of your mother. We had not been in touch for a number of years but I considered her a friend and thought of her often.
Carl & Ella Strong, Mount Pearl, NLDear David, We were so very sorry to hear of your Mom's passing. Hopefully thoughts of happy family moments, and the thought that your friends are thinking of you at this difficult time will be some comfort. Best wishes, Carl & Ella
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