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Shirley Eaton remembered for her active, full life, and her love of Bruce Beach and Kincardine. Predeceased by her husband of 30 years, John Eaton, a.
Shirley lived an active, full life. She raised four children, often playing the role of both Mom and Dad.
She was an avid Bridge player. It was a huge part of her life.
Shirley loved sports, and rarely missed a Jays game on TV or radio. Right to the end, Love in kincardine was talking about watching the Masters.
Love in kincardine She was an avid golfer at Islington Golf Club until the early '90s, a place where inn spent countless hours with her friends. Shirley and Catherine were the Ontario Mother and Daughter champions ina victory that topped all others in her distinguished golfing career.
Bruce Beach and Kincardine were the places she loved Love in kincardine most. Spending summers at the cottage, tending to her gardens, and visiting her many friends, gave her the most joy.
Thank you to Rev. Vicki Johnson for her kindness and support.
Shirley will be deeply missed by her many friends, especially Marilyn Kincatdine and Lucille Fischer who supported her right to the final bell. Thank you to the staff of Malcolm Place for their care and support, especially Nurse Mary. Love in kincardine
We are having two celebrations for Shirley. Memorial donations to Pine River United Church would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy, and can be made through the Davey-Linklater Funeral Home, Love in kincardine, by calling Comment on this story?