I would like to send my deepest condolences to Maggie, Janet, Joe & their families. My memories of Audrey run deep as she took on the role as Mum to me in the years she spent at River of Life (formerly Midland Pentecostal Church) in Midland, Ontario. She was deeply involved in every area of our church wherever there was a need from the nursery to women’s group or kitchen. Every memory I have of Audrey is sweet & filled with the love of Jesus. If I missed church for any reason you could be sure there would be a knock at my door. She was a part of our family! My husband Frank loved her & my son had much respect! There is no doubt that she is with her Lord & Saviour as well as with the numerous people she has personally led to the Lord in her humility & with no shame ever! Can’t wait to see you in heaven my friend ♥️ Sue Ranville, Midland, ON
We are all so sorry to hear the news of Audrey's passing. Audrey was a long standing member of our family at Church of the Good Shepherd in St. Catharines, and involved in several Bible Studies and other groups. She was always eager to spend time in God's Word. In the latter days, my favourite times spent with Audrey were watching Linhaven's annual Christmas Concert together. We had such a good time! In the last days before the pandemic, she was having difficulty remembering who I was, but remained cheery as always and enjoyed my company.
We are thankful for her life with us, and we grieve with you, but not as those who have no hope. "For we believe that Jesus died and rose again, and so we believe that God will bring with Jesus those who have fallen asleep in him." (1 Thessalonians 4.14). We shall keep you all in our prayers.
Rev. Jim Carriere,
Church of the Good Shepherd,
St. Catharines, ON