HARDY (NEE VANN), Audrey Marion(November 27, 1926 - October 23, 2018) Peacefully at Bay Ridges Long Term Care Home with family by her side on Tuesday October 23rd, 2018 at the age of 91. Loving mother of Catherine Fletcher (John), Daena Flynn and the late Douglas Vann Hardy. Treasured grandmother of Jason Flynn (Kyla), Stewart Fletcher, Amanda Fletcher (Adam), Alexander Hardy, Eric Hardy and great-grandmother of Ashton, Brady and Zachary. Predeceased by former husband John Hardy. Sister of the late Marjorie Horton and Douglas Vann. Graduated from the Toronto General School for Nurses (1949). Audrey worked for most of her career at the Montfort Hospital in Ottawa. She was a long time member of the MacKay United Church (Ottawa) congregation and a regular volunteer with their High Horizons group. Relatives and friends are invited to call at McINTOSH-ANDERSON-KELLAM FUNERAL HOME LTD., 152 King St. E., Oshawa (905-433-5558) on Saturday October 27th, 2018 from 10:00 am until time of service at 11:00 am in the funeral home chapel. Donations in memory of Audrey can be made to Humane Society of Durham Region or a charity of choice.
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Oct 25, 2018Marilyn & Reg Young
Daena, Cathy & Family, Our deepest sympathy to you all for the loss of Audrey. She was a special lady. She may be gone but will remain with you always in your hearts. She is now at peace. God Bless! Marilyn & Reg
Oct 27, 2018Greg&Donna Barnes
Cathy,John,Deana and family, So terribly sorry to hear about the loss of Audrey. It is very difficult to loose a mother. She was a very respected lady that will be terribly missed but will be thought of often by her family. RIP. Deepest sympathy, Greg, Donna & Family
Oct 28, 2018Sharon & Bill DeCoste
Sorry for your loss. So sad to hear Aunt Audrey passed away. Love to you all at this difficult time.
Nov 1, 2018Mary Bhamra/Sheela Lloyd
To the Hardy Family and Cathy Fletcher and Family, We grieve the loss of your mum. We met her for a short time in the home, but my mum took a great liking to her and called her, her friend. She was so saddened by her loss that I felt bad for her for crying so much. My mum said she got a smile from her and always wanted her to sit on her table so that she could make sure she ate something. We feel for your loss, and we want you to know (Cathy), that you came to the home and looked after her, fresh air, curl hair, feed her. You guys were all very nice to her. So we all pray you'll have lovely memories in your heart for your mum. Thank you for caring for her as she aged and needed help. I wish my mum had met her long time ago, but however short, she called her , her friend. with love and sorrow but prayers in our heart for you all to have good memories of your mum as you grieve her loss. With Love Mary Bhamra and Sheela Lloyd PS: We thank you for your letter regarding the issue at the home. Caring for the ones who are still there. Thank you Cathy.