August 4, 1922 – November 9, 2017
Sneath, Audrey Jean (nee Beattie) – Passed away peacefully at Muskoka Shores Nursing Home in Gravenhurst on Thursday, November 9th, 2017, in her 96th year. Audrey was predeceased by her beloved husband, Frank Sneath in 1993. Beloved mother of Donna and mother-in-law of David Hillyard. Loving Grandmother of Peter (Ryan), Adam (Tamara) and Jonathan Hillyard, all of Orillia. Loving Great Grandmother of Scott, Ally, William and Sophie. Also survived by her dear sister-in-law, Marion Beattie and beloved nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her brothers, Raymond and Lloyd. The family will receive friends at the Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas on Monday, November 13th from 11:00 a.m. until the time of Audrey’s service at 12:00 noon. Interment at Grove Cemetery, Dundas. If desired, in memory, donations can be made to a charity of your choice.
Our heartfelt sympathy to the Sneath and Beattie family in this difficult time. We remember Audrey and Frank so very fondly from times past. What lovely memories!
Our prayers are with you.
Vera Walker and Cecelia Buhlman
Our deepest sympathy to the Sneath Family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. We have very fond memories of Audrey.
Bill & Dorothy Beattie, Barrie, Ontario
Donna and David, Audrey was such a kind and gentle person that we could not have asked for a better neighbor.
We know that you will deeply miss her, but grateful that that she is at peace.
Audrey was one of a kind and we have many fond memories of her from Cameron Ave.
Our sincere sympathy to Donna, David and family in this very difficult time. Donna, your Mom and Dad are remembered very fondly. May they rest in peace together once again.
Love and peace to all of you.
Grace Gelette and Linda Frape (Gelette)
Muskoka Shores two south evening staff will miss Audrey dearly. Thinking of you and the family during this difficult time. She will be truly missed, so many fond memories.
Love and hugs,
Gail, Emily, Tracy and Kristen.
I lived next door to you on Cameron Crescent in the 1950s. I remember your mom. I am glad she had such a long life and got to see her grandchildren grow up. I hope you have the most wonderful memories of her.