Doris came to the end of her very long journey at West Lake Terrace, Prince Edward County, ON.
Beloved mother of Catherine Reilly (Robin), Clay Timberg (Terry Roland), Melanie Guest.
Predeceased by her husband Edward Timberg, parents Elsie (Fralick) and Harley Wile, brothers and sisters Dawson, Bernard, Miriam (Dauphinee) and Grace (Sabourin) as well as nephew Peter, and nieces Jane and Joanne.
She is survived by her grandchildren: Michael Wilde (Jessica Craddock), Morgan Boyd (Ceilidh), Leith Reilly, William Guest, Lee Guest, and also step-grandchildren Kenneth Roland and Kim Roland, and great-grandchildren Jackson and Cameron Boyd. She is also survived by her nieces Judy Wile, Mary Lowe, Rosemary Blais, Jocelyn Zwicker, Christine Sabourin and nephews Andrew Dauphinee, Henry Wile.
Doris was born in Wileville, NS. She spent her childhood on the family farm. Surviving polio as a child, she was inspired to a career in nursing, training at Yarmouth General Hospital. Her nursing eventually led her to Norway House Manitoba where she met and married Ed. They settled in Winnipeg where they raised their three children. Doris was a long-time member of the Winnipeg Horticultural Society the Arthritic Society, and St, Mary’s Anglican Church in Charleswood. In her later years she moved to Prince Edward County, living at The Carriage House and West Lake Terrace.
Doris took great pride and pleasure in her children and grandchildren. She had fond memories of her many friends, siblings, and childhood down home in Nova Scotia.
Many thanks to the staff at West Lake Terrace for their care and support. There will be a service at a later date in Winnipeg and Bridgewater, Nova Scotia. In lieu of flowers, please reach out and phone an old friend who might be lonely and would love to hear your voice.