Obituaries

Sheila Manning (nee Davison)

June 17, 1933 - November 13, 2020

Posted by:
Brian Davison

Posted on:
November 26, 2020

Brian and Denise in Ottawa after trip to Ireland

Posted by:
Brian Davison

Posted on:
November 26, 2020

My sister and I could find fun in anything and anywhere. In 2011 we took a trip together to Ireland and on the way there we got stranded in Toronto due to a plane malfunction. While others were unhappy, we just looked at each other and said we are on vacation, let's enjoy it. So off we went to enjoy a few drinks and laughs at the hotel bar. I will miss her dearly and can't find the words to fully express my sadness. Condolences to Bob, my nieces and nephews and their families. Love, Uncle Brian

Posted by:
Connie Bagrie

Posted on:
November 24, 2020

My sincere condolences to Denise's family. I worked with Denise when I first started teaching at Frontenac School. I appreciated how kind and caring Denise was to me being a new teacher. The memories of her were always of laughter and compassion towards students and staff.

Posted by:
Keely Davison

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

Kieryn and Auntie Denise at Brian's 80th Birthday.

Posted by:
Keely Davison

Posted on:
November 23, 2020

Books, laughter, matching purse and shoes. An amazing person. Sending our love and condolences from what feels like very far away. Lots of love, Keely, Scott, Kieryn and Taya

Posted by:
Brian Davison

Posted on:
November 22, 2020

Brian, Denise and Keith

Posted by:
Brian Davison

Posted on:
November 22, 2020

Brian, Denise and Keith

Posted by:
Janet (McGuire) LaForest

Posted on:
November 22, 2020

Sending our condolences and to a virtual hug all of Denise’s family. May your happy memories provide you With some comfortable at this time. - from Bill, Susan and Janet McGuire.

Posted by:
Reed Winstone

Posted on:
November 21, 2020

My deepest condolences to the Manning family. I grew up next door to the Mannings. Denise was a wonderful friend of my mother's. They would regularly meet for coffee, bridge, crossword puzzles, or just to talk. She was a wonderful friend, and will be deeply missed.