CALE, CAROLYN V. (nee CHISLETT) – It is with deep sadness that we announce the peaceful passing of Carolyn V. Cale, 83, on May 31st at St. Joseph’s Hospital. Carolyn was a loving and devoted wife to Warren (predeceased) for almost 36 years and will be greatly missed by her beloved children: son Bruce, daughter Lynda and son-in-law Hal. Her grandchildren Morgan, Jordan, Dylan and Sienna will forever have fond memories of their Nana and her adoring, supportive and nurturing personality. Sister Myrna (predeceased) and Sister-in-law Carolyn B. (predeceased) always had a special place in her heart as do their children, Karen, Jo-Anne, Jennifer and Brian. Following graduation at McGill and their wedding, Montreal native Carolyn made her way with Warren to Kingston, Sarnia and Stoney Creek before settling in the Town of Dundas in 1966. Years later she became the Welcome Wagon Hostess for Dundas, proudly welcoming newcomers to the area for 38 years before retiring at the age of 81. For the last 2 years, Carolyn was enjoying the lifestyle, amenities, the staff and making new friends while residing at Amica Dundas. At this time, we would like to thank and share our appreciation to all the compassionate medical staff at St. Joseph Hospital for making her last few days comfortable. The funeral service will be restricted to select family members but may be viewed by Live stream via this link (https://livestream.com/accounts/14938408/carolyncale) on Friday June 5th at 11 am. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to your local SPCA as Carolyn was a very passionate pet owner and loved all animals.
My heartfelt condolences to all the family. Carolyn was a very dear friend & neighbor to me. God speed….
Dear Bruce and Lynda, We send our sympathy to you at this sad time. Your mom was a good friend and neighbour to us in Sunrise Crescent days.
Bruce, Lynda & families,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your mom.
I still have vivid memories of our time as neighbors on Sunrise Cres in Dundas. I remember loving to be able to go for a ride in her little VW bug and swimming in your pool where she would always be there with a watchful eye and home made popsicle.
I know my mom and dad (Ken and Maryanne Jones) valued their friendship over the years.
Sending my deepest condolences.
Lori (Jones) Claxton
My deepest condolences to Lynda, Hal, Bruce and their children. Your Mom welcomed our family to Dundas in 1979. She was a lovely lady.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all the family at this time of Carolyn’s passing. In the days ahead may your hearts and lives be full of peace and loving kindness.
Lynda and Bruce, we were privileged to have met your mother the last few years at Lynda and Hal’s home for various events. She was a lovely lady and enjoyed meeting new faces no matter the age! Carolyn always had a fresh smile and a comforting presence. She will always be remembered to those she graced.