Forrester, Maureen Ann

Forrester, Maureen Ann

March 26th, 2021

It is with profound sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Maureen, at Victoria Hospital, London, on Friday, March 26, 2021, with her loving husband, John by her side. She was much loved and will be greatly missed by her daughter, Kate, and her grandchildren: Trent, Tyler, James, and Emily. Maureen was born in Edinburgh, Scotland. She came to Canada on a ship in 1967 to begin a new adventure. It was in London, Ontario, that Maureen met and married John, her loving husband of 53 years. Maureen found great joy and success as a realtor, selling homes in Mississauga and London. Her latest role was that of dedicated Condo Board Member and Social Director in the complex, in which she lived. Maureen planned events to bring her neighbours together to celebrate Canada Day and other holidays, including arranging for Christmas and Thanksgiving dinners to be delivered door-to-door during COVID-19. Maureen enjoyed cruising with Crystal Cruise Lines, dancing at Chicken Rita’s in Barbados, playing Bridge, and spending time with her dear friends and family. She will be greatly missed by everyone who knew her. Maureen is now with her son, Adam, who passed away on Sunday, October 20, 1996. She will be dearly missed by her loving family and her many friends. As per Maureen’s wishes, there will be a private family service and burial at Woodland Cemetery. The family welcomes friends to view the private service via livestream.

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In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Maureen are asked to consider the Adam Forrester Award at King’s University College.

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Jean & Richard SwiderskiSending our deepest condolences to the family. Maureen was a sweet caring loving person. Will always remember the great times we had. Another angel taken much to early. May she RIP
Jim & Bet TaylorWe will miss terribly Maureen’s cheerful personality, bright smile and conscientious devotion to our community. She was always ready to help in whatever way she could from arranging special events in Hunt Club Glen to the communal gardens.
Bill and Mary Kienapple We are shocked and saddened to hear of Maureen’s passing. She had such energy and a great people person who always was planning events to allow our condo residents to socialize and have great food and fun. She will really be missed. Our condolences to her family.
Cheryl & Richard TraceyJohn, Kate, so very sorry to read of Mo's passing. She was a joy to work with at Z Group and will very much be missed by many people. Always enjoyed her sense of humour and caring nature. The world has lost a good one.
Pauline McbrideJohn I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Mo for 13 years at Z Group. Again, sorry for your loss. Look after yourself. Pauline Mcbride
Nancy and Jere FrederickIt was with great sadness that we learned of Maureen’s passing. We will always remember many happy times cruising with John and Maureen on Crystal Cruises. Our thoughts and prayers are with John and the family during this difficult time. May the many wonderful memories of your time with Maureen be a comfort to you all.
Lorraine Deveau & Andrew ScottJohn, Kate and family - we were so sorry to hear of Mo's passing. We have so many fond memories of our times together. She was such a warm and loving person, and will be missed by everyone. Thinking of all of you.
Jeanne DumontOur thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. Our sincere condolences to you, John and your family! from Jeanne (Jacqueline sister) and Larry
Pauline McbrideJohn I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Mo for 13 years at Z Group. Again, sorry for your loss. Look after yourself. Pauline Mcbride
Doug&Eileen McgroryJohn and family Our condolences to one and all ,,We will miss Maureen’s smiling face in Barbados.May she Rest In Peace ,,💕
Mari and Bill CrawfordOur sincere condolences to you John and your family. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
Liz HendersonJohn, Kate and family, I am so very sorry for your thoughts and prayers are with you all at this very difficult time. God Bless..
Phil and son Tyler Bundy HendersonTo John,Kate Trent,Tyler,James,Emily and the entre family circle.We are deeply saddened from learning of Maureens passing. RIP Maureen, Always in our hearts.
Phil and son Tyler Bundy HendersonTo John,Kate Trent,Tyler,James,Emily and the entire family circle.We are deeply saddened from learning of Maureens passing. RIP Maureen, Always in our hearts.
Lois & David HicksWe are in shock to hear of Maureen’s sudden passing. John you and your family are being held close. God Bless
Trish O’MearaMy condolences John to you and your family for your loss. May you all find peace in the memories you have.
Venie ReadThe time I had spent in conversation with Maureen will always be cherished. She was a wonderful friend who dearly loved her husband and daughter (grandchildren) . I’m so sorry for the loss they are experiencing. She will be greatly missed by myself and everyone who had the pleasure of knowing her. xo love you
Suzanne BlairI am so sorry to learn of Maureen's death. She was a great lady. May she rest in peace. My thoughts and sympathy are with you.
Dennis and Lisa CarrollWe are truly sad to hear of Maureen's passing. Maureen was one of the first to welcome us to Hunt Club Glen. She was the force that brought our community together to celebrate special events and socialize with each other. Our thoughts are with you John and your family.
Genny (Genevieve) GrechIt has saddened me to learn of Maureen's passing. We were neighbours when our son's were born and into toddlerhood. We shared many happy memories on our small Leicester Crescent in London . I shared John and Maureen's grief when we both lost babies and then when Adam passed away at a young age. Maureen also came to my mind then again when I also lost my son, Jeff in 2020. Jeff and Adam were friends for the years the Forresters lived in London and we all shared wonderful family and neighbour times. John, my thoughts are with you and your family as this most sad time. Hugs, Genny Grech
Allan NewtonSo sad to hear of Maureen's passing. My association with John and Maureen through The Kiwanis Club of North London hold many treasured memories. Maureen was always a special part of the social events of the club. She is missed. Thoughts and Prayers to John and family.
Trudy PlasmanJohn and his entire family. My deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved wife. We will miss her skills at the bridge table.
Larry and Linda brantWe were saddened to hear of Maureens passing. She was a lovely lady and a great neighbour. Our thoughts are with you and your family at this sad time.
Janette and Elias HajjarOur Hunt Club community will truly miss, Maureen, a dynamo who will be hard to replace, not only because of her warm and lovely nature, but her willingness to step in and get things done. A true gem! Rest in peace, and deepest sympathies to John and family.
Barry + Carol BrighamRecall many fond years with Maureen + John enjoying tasty meals with the London Dinner Club. Please accept our heartfelt condolences + sympathy at this time.
Joan and Alan BoalmMaureen made a wonderful difference in the planning of our Zed group Condo. We were living in Amsterdam in the Netherlands and purchased this home to be built before we came home to Canada. Maureen was delightful to work with and helped us make changes in the basic floor plan to suit our lifestyle, long distance. Emails were many and the whole process worked well. Her warm and wonderful sense of humour and genuine interest in helping will be remembered. We've lived here at 681 Commissioners Rd for over 21 years and love it. Thank you, Maureen, for the help you gave us and others. We pray that your family will be comforted by wonderful memories of your times together. Joan and Alan
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