Born in Cannington Manor, Saskatchewan on October 4th, 1927, she passed away peacefully in Nanaimo, British Columbia on September 16th, 2010 at the age of 82 years. Beloved mother and sister, Isobelle was pre-deceased by her husband, Dick (2003), and her sisters and brothers-in- law, Annie and Jim Duffus, Vera Barker and Francis and Jim Pringle. She is survived by her children: Darlene (Lloyd) Morland, Dennis (Sheree) MacNaught, Terre (Doug) Almost, Sharon MacNaught, Vicki MacNaught and Karol (Drew Heyes) MacNaught; her grandchildren, Justin (Tanya), Kyla (Kip), Carly (Terry), Michael (Alberta), Nicole (Chay), Jewels (Norman), Ross, Philip, Rachel (Russell), and Shasta; her great grandchildren; Shayna, Kody, Austin, Harper, Zackery, Dakota, Alexandria, Jaydn, Joel and Osric; her only surviving brother, Walter (Eileen) Turton; as well as many nieces, nephews and friends.
Isobelle lived a remarkable life. Getting married just after the War, she balanced running the household with raising 6 children and with work. She was a great cook and many will remember the large meals she was famous for. Family was very important to her, and remained so to the end. Isobelle worked with her husband, Dick, running the administration of the company they owned and operated, Aire Kool Refrigeration. They enjoyed golfing year round in their younger years. She loved growing flowers, knitting, painting, was an avid reader, and loved live theatre and music shows. Isobelle was an active and loving member of Alanon for many years and her guidance will be missed.
Isobelles ashes will be laid to rest in Carnduff, Saskatchewan, at a later date. Details may be found at www.suttonsfuneralhome.com, when they become available. In lieu of flowers, family requests that donations In Memory of Isobelle, be made to your favourite charity. It was her wish that no formal service be held. Isobelle wanted to encourage everyone to remember her in their own way, in their own time, and always with their loved ones.
Campbell River Funeral Home
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