Kline, Phyllis 'Bunny'

Kline, Phyllis 'Bunny'

December 21st, 2018

Peacefully and surrounded by her family, at University Hospital on Friday, December 21st, 2018, in her 89th year. Cherished mother of Phillip Kline (Rolande) and Helena Brown (Brad). Proud Grand ‘Bunny’ of Jordan Bushby (William), Jared Brown (Brynn), Joshua Brown (Samantha), Andrew Carrothers (Michelle), Matthew Carrothers (Rachael) and Jennifer Carrothers. Great Grand ‘Bunny’ to Harrison Carrothers. Missed by her brother, Rev. Fr. ‘Bill’ White (Liesel) and by her nephew, Bill White, Jr. (Meghan). Visitation will be held on Thursday, January 3rd, 2019 from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where the funeral service will be conducted on Friday, January 4th, 2019 at 11:00 a.m. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Bunny are asked to consider the L.H.S.F. Cancer Program or the London Health Sciences Foundation General Fund.

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Marion JenkinsRest eternal grant to Bunny, O Lord, and let light perpetual shine upon her. Love, Marion & Paul
Evan AgnewMay the angels lead you into paradise; may the martyrs come to welcome you and take you into the holy city, the new and eternal Jerusalem. May choirs of angels welcome you and lead you to the bosom of Abraham; and where Lazarus is poor no longer may you find eternal rest. May saints and angels lead you on, Escorting you where Christ has gone. Now he has called you, come to him who sits above the seraphim. Come to the peace of Abraham And to the supper of the Lamb: Come to the glory of the blessed, And to perpetual light and rest.
James and MarionWe both share your sorrow but we also share with you that your sister is in the arms of her Lord and she is so well loved and so well cared for. Yes, you have your memories and they will become even more precious. We have no doubt that you will miss her; but she is always alive and in your hearts. Trust that she is fully alive in the arms of her Lord. Blessings and Love always.
Barbara & RickWhat joy you brought to our lives, Bunny. Your love, kindness and boundless enthusiasm made us feel like an important part of the family from the first day we met. I still look for you at your spot in the mall, hoping for your warm greeting and sweet hugs. Helena & Brad, Bill & Liesl and families, please accept our sympathy for your loss. Bunny was one of a kind. We were all the beneficiaries of her remarkable spirit. Barbara & Rick
Joanne CarrothersLoved your Mom so much and will miss her greatly, I will miss our long talks whenever we were together and her warm hugs. She always had a smile for everyone and enjoyed being around the family and cracking jokes. Life will not be the same without her. I will remember her always. Sending hugs to you all, love Jo
Paul & LauraHelena and Brad, our deepest condolences to you and your family on the passing of a grand lady, Bunny. Her spirit shines brightly in you, Helena. May she rest in peace. Much love to you both, Paul (Uli) and Laura
Therese NorrisSo sorry for your loss...Aunt Bunny was a Guiding Light and I have many fond memories from my early years when she lived with my family in Halifax. A talented LADY who willed be missed.
Linda JohnsonDear Helena: I remember meeting your mother on a number of occasions and thought she was a kind and loveable person. My heart goes out to you and your brother. May your memories of your mother stay with you always. Air Hugs ljj
Debbie HewerdineHelena, May your mother's prescious memories remain in your heart forever.
Jane CassinoDear family of "Bunny", we just heard this morning of her passing, she has been a part of our life for some years, Every Friday morning we would meet her and laugh with her here stories and totally enjoy our morning with her. We have missed her for the last while. We are all sorry for your loss. We will miss her. "Red Shirt Ladies" from Cherry Hill Mall - Friday Mornings.
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