Guttormson, Jacqueline (née Lachance)

Guttormson, Jacqueline (née Lachance)

April 28th, 2021

It is with great sadness, the family of Jackie Guttormson announces her peaceful passing at University Hospital, London, on Wednesday, April 28, 2021, at the age of 82. Beloved wife of the late Stanley Guttormson (2005). Loving mother to Karen (Dean) Frampton and Mark Guttormson. Devoted Grandma to her spoiled grandchildren, Keith and Wesley Frampton. Survived by her sister, Annette and sadly missed by many nieces and nephews. Daughter of the late Gédéon Lachance and Delia Lachance (née Deschamps). Jackie is predeceased by her siblings: Mary, Frank, Anita, Aurele, Irene, Georgette, and Noella. Jackie was cherished by her immediate family and was loved and held dear by all her relatives as she openly gave her love and help to all of us. A private family service and interment will be taking place at Westview Funeral Chapel. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in memory of Jacqueline are asked to consider the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada, Diabetes Canada or London Health Sciences Foundation.

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Gisele BestMy heart breaks for everyone that will grieve from the losing such a significant person that touched so many. Her love of fun, her bright smile and her welcoming heart will be remembered and cherished always.
Shannon WalshRIP Auntie. You are already missed and you have left a hole in our heart. We love you.
KenMy sincere condolences Al. I can still remember meeting you and your wife at Wendy’s with my wife. So sorry to hear if her passing. Best regards Ken
Annette GordonShe was our baby and yet she cared for everyone. Love you.
Nancy. Jim. Brown Brown Karen and Mark so sorry for your loss.Jackie was a special lady she will be missed by many.Rest in Peace Jackie.
Lisa MercerMark, Karen , Dean, Keith & Westly Words can not begin to express how deeply sorry I am for the loss of your mom, grandma & my Auntie. The love you each shared throughout these years, along with the so many cherished memories can never be taken from you. We all have many fond memories of your mom who was an incredible strong, caring and loving person. Sending my love and prayers to you all through this extremely difficult time. Love Lisa
Terri Mercer Von WolffI offer my heartfelt condolences, cousins Karen and Mark, Dean, Keith and Wesley. I believe that hearts that have been broken, are hearts that have been loved. Indeed Jacqueline your mom and grandmother loved you so very much. She was a devoted daughter and sister to her many siblings, forever stepping up to help and support them. Nursing was a natural fit for auntie to serve her fellow man. She loved and enjoyed her numerous nieces and nephews. Jacqueline cherished her family life with being your mother, Karen and Mark, and grandmother, Keith and Wesley. Know that I and all of your extended family are sad and grieving with you. For truly a life with so much love 💗 is a life that’s been lived 🙏🏼 May God bless you and be with you during this most difficult time, love Terri Mercer Von Wolff
Terri Mercer Von WolffI offer my heartfelt condolences, cousins Karen and Mark, Dean, Keith and Wesley. I believe that hearts that have been broken, are hearts that have been loved. Indeed Jacqueline your mom and grandmother loved you so very much. She was a devoted daughter and sister to her many siblings, forever stepping up to help and support them. Nursing was a natural fit for auntie to serve her fellow man. She loved and enjoyed her numerous nieces and nephews. Jacqueline cherished her family life with being your mother, Karen and Mark, and grandmother, Keith and Wesley. Know that I and all of your extended family are sad and grieving with you. For truly a life with so much love 💗 is a life that’s been lived 🙏🏼 May God bless you and be with you during this most difficult time, love Terri Mercer Von Wolff
Michele CaldwellCousins Karen and Mark, Dean, Keith and Wesley heartfelt condolences . Your mom, grandmother had a big heart, sharing strength, always loving life and giving unconditional love to each one of you. Soon memories will replace sorrow. Until then I’m sure my Aunt Jackie is holding you close. Thank you Aunt Jackie for a life time shared with your nieces, nephews and our families. 🙏RIP Auntie
Connie O'Connor & Brian CarnegieMark, Karen & family: my heart sank upon learning of your dear Mom's passing. Such fond memories of Jackie, Noella and Annette "riding into town to stir up the dust" while sharing so much laughter with loved ones in the Valley, especially Mom and Mamere. You're absolutely correct, Karen, there's definitely a great reunion happening in heaven. Keep that thought close in your hearts. The pain of loss will be replaced by your memories in due time. Uncle Brian & I send our sincere condolences on your loss. xo
Marvin SmallpieceI have so many fond memories of Jackie, many up in Pembroke, at the cottage, so many to recount. Memories of me taking my mom (Arlene Smallpiece) to London when she visited me so my mom could visit Jackie. One outstanding quality I remember so well about Jackie was every day was a special moment to her and she valued every day that passed. She had everything she needed right there with her. She had the air in her lungs, energy of the sun, surrounded by a loving family, relatives and friends and she loved starting a day not knowing what’s going happen or, who she’s going to meet or where she was going to wind up. Stan was her world, family was her glue, she believed life’s a gift and she didn’t intend on wasting a single moment of it. She didn’t know what hand she was going to be dealt next. But one take away Jackie gave me was you learn to take life as it comes at you and to make each day count. My deepest condolences to Mark, Karen & Family, these are not easy days I know, You mom will be greatly missed by many many people who’s hearts she touched. God Bless, we will all keep her memory alive as she begins her new journey upstairs.
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