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Magee, Carol Anne


Carol Magee

Passed away in her home on
Wednesday, June 1st, 2016 at 3:00am,
surrounded by her loved ones.
Carol parted from this world at the age of 78 years old; she will be “sorely” missed.
Carol was predeceased by her husband Patrick Brian Magee and her son Michael John Berry;
her mother in law Lillian Magee and her own parents Frank and Helen Brown,
both of her brothers Murray and Stephen Brown.
Carol was the granddaughter of the late Arthur and Ethel Willitts.
She will be greatly missed and fondly remembered by her daughter Charmaine (Stephen Poyner),
her sister Heather Sanders, her good and loving friend Earl More and family.
Carol’s grandchildren Amber; Jesse; Cara and Shane Poyner.
Carol’s great granddaughters Hannah 8yrs and twin sisters Khloe; Kailey Toomajan 3 yrs old.
Carol’s nephew Jeffrey; Christopher and Philip Brown; Shawn, Jamie and Patrick Magee.
Carol’s sister in law Eileen (Al Delint); brother in law Frank Magee, she will be missed by
her many cousins Bonnie; Barbie; William; Robert; Tom and Doug Willitts,
cousin Sharon Brown Huchenson and all of her wonderful friends here in
Prince Edward County, Toronto, New York and Newfoundland
and let me mention her closest gal pals, who resided in her heart.
Stella Brothers; Marie Francis; Dianne Daigle; Joan Taylor, Sheila Prestige, Dana Wagner,
Lois Brooks, Carolyn McGarvey, Margaret Cobb and predeceased Francis Fink.
We all loved her well, if only we could have made her so!! She was our girl!
She was and is the love of my life! A finer lady never lived.
It was an honour and a privilege to have been loved by her.

A Memorial Service will be held on
Wednesday, June 8th at 1:00 pm at the
Friends may visit with the family from 12:30 until time of service.
Reverend Steve Spicer officiating.

A reception will follow the service at the Wellington Legion Br #160.
Memorial Donation
s to the Canadian Cancer Society
or the Wellington Legion Br #160 would be appreciated by the family.
Online donations and condolences at