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Beverly Maslen

Beverly Maslen

Thursday, April 2, 2020

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Obituary for Beverly Ann Maslen (Campbell)

Maslen, Beverly (née Campbell) - On April 2nd Beverley Ann Maslen RN, in her 92nd year, passed away peacefully, with dignity and with family by her side at Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay ON. Beloved wife of the late William (Bill) Maslen. Cherished mother of Mark (Ann), Tim (Dale) and Ann (Gary). Loving Nana to Stuart, Jamie, Lucas, Andrea, Ryan, Jeff, Stephen and Joshua. Great Nana to Tyce and Allyssa. Survived by her sister Barbara Calhoun (Ed), brothers-in-law John (Anne) and Lindy (Dale) as well as many nieces and nephews. Beverley was born and raised in Toronto and graduated from Nursing at Women’s College Hospital. She and Bill were married in 1952 and lived in several towns throughout Ontario during their life together. They spent many happy holidays and winters in Fort Pierce Fla. and loved their summers at their camp on Birch Lake near Espanola. Beverley spent her last few years at Adelaide Place in Lindsay. The family wishes to than the staff of Adelaide Place, Ross Memorial Hospital and Bayshore Home Health for the wonderful care they provided during Mom’s last years. A celebration of life will be held when circumstances permit. If desired, a memorial donation to the Ross Memorial Hospital Foundation/ hospitalists would be appreciated by the family. Donations and condolences can be made at Mackey Funeral Home or online at www.mackeys.ca

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To Mark, Tim and Ann. Such fond memories of all our times at Birch Lake. Hopefully she'll be singing "This Land" with my mom, dad and Bill on the guitar wherever they may be. Thinking about you all. Lorie Bell
Comment | Posted at 12:25am via Condolence

Susan Herring

You provided so much to my growth in spirit throughout the years. May this tree represent your loving and giving spirit.
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Comment | Posted at 10:34am via Memorial Tree

Sue Herring

This is such sad news and brings up a flood of good memories. Bev was my TV Mom. Like June Cleaver and Donna Reid, she was always there when you were hurting or needed an ear to listen. She was so brave. Bev allowed Tim to come canoeing with us down the Moisie River....diabetic lessons were administered to us all beforehand. Bev herself canoed the Springtime flooded Madawaska River with Bill and survived a wild fall that scarred her nose forever! When I hit a bus on my motorcycle in 1984 when the Pope came to Ottawa and the traffic was all discombobulated, it was Bev who fixed up my sore elbow....yup I was very lucky. There were many, many great times at Bill and Bev's home in Kemptville! Christmas prep time was especially fun and I remember some grand anniversary parties! One party lasted 3 days! Bev was always the trooper...party to the many sing-alongs at any celebrations with Bill on his 12 string and me on the banjo. How to condense all the wonderful joys and steadiness of spirit Bev brought to every single occasion I remember. When all seemed confused and overwhelming, it was Bev that could right the ship. I know I should have been calling and visiting her more and I needed to quit missing her March 1st birthday so many times because I was slow to turn my calendar! But she always forgave me. Visiting her at Adelaide place was always super...same old steady voice and smile with good advice! Hard to think she is no longer of this world. But I just know she is in a better place with Bill. Let the Joseph Street, Espanola, and Birch Lake hijinks start anew!! To Tim, Ann and Mark, Derek and I send our sincerest condolences.
Comment | Posted at 10:27am via Condolence

Stanley McCormack

Bev was my "Tablemate" at Adelaide Place. A pleasant individual who contributed to the conversation in a meaningful way. The McFaddens, George and Gwen, and I will certainly miss her presence. Our thoughts are with the Family.
Comment | Posted at 09:12am via Condolence

Patty Denneny

Ma Ma Maslen, loved you lots, and will miss you lots. Glad I got to have a visit and a good heart to heart with you last year when I was home. Your in a better place now, not in pain and someday we will all be together again. You left me 2 of the greatest gifts, Timmy and Annie. I will watch over them for you. Until next time. xxooxoxoxxooxoxoxoxo
Comment | Posted at 09:16pm via Condolence

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