Phyllis BRONSON

BRONSON,

Phyllis

Born: May 15, 1930

Died: June 20, 2008


It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our Mom. With her children and grandson Cory by her side.

Mom was born on the farm in Canwood Sask. May 15, 1930. She had 4 brothers and 5 sisters. She was the 6th of 10 children. She knew what it was like to go without.

She married Stan Bronson in 1962, a melded family with 10 girls and 1 boy. She worked hard every day just keeping meals on the table, endless hours of house work and laundry.

Some of our fondest memories were in Painter Barclay. Getting off the bus and walking in the house to the smell of homemade bread baking, or a counter full of freshly made donuts. Between boat trips with brother Don and friend to pick oysters and clams her door was always open. She loved her friends and family.

Many vacations and holidays were spent in our livingroom with relatives from the prairies and mainland. The guitars were a playing, singing and laughter filled the house. She loved playing cards, curling and going on trips to Reno with good friends Terry and Merna. Mom loved her sister in law Norma and brother Sammy who she spent many hours with visiting and talking of good old times. She always said she was a millionaire just having the love and support of her friends and family. We will have comfort knowing she will always be looking down on us to make sure we are all okay.

You gave us life and we will deeply miss you.

So we say goodbye

to our Matriarch.

We Love You

with all our Hearts Mommy,

Till we meet again.”

Predeceased by: Husband Stan Bronson; Daughter Annie Bronson; Son in Law Donny Forsythe; Grandson Cameron Forsythe.

Surviving children: Debbie Brown (Bob); Brenda Nelson (Steve); Daryle Froystad (Lisa); Linda Morton (Bob); Betty Marmorick (David); Trudy Couture (Dave); Donna Bronson; Colleen Forsythe; Shelly Gordon (Ted); Sandi Akre (Ron). 23 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews, cousins and friends.

The family would like to say a very special Thank-you to Dr. Ramsy, You always made Mom smile when she knew you were coming to see her. To the nurses. There is no thank-you enough for the care you gave our Mom, You are all truly Angels. And to our friends you know who you are, We love you all and thank-you for being there for us and all you did.

Love Brenda, Daryle, Trudy, Coddy, Shelly, & Sandi.

xoxoxo