Obituary of Penelope Adeline Wray
WRAY, Penelope Adeline “Penny”
Peacefully with the love and support of her family, Penelope passed away at St. Peter's Hospital on Monday, February 25, 2019, at the age of 80. She has been reunited with her beloved husband, Blair Wray. Loving mother of Debby (Ted) Lehman and grandmother of Leo and Mary Anne. She was predeceased by her parents Barbara and Henry Eydt and by her brothers Ron and Bob. Penelope will be remembered by her sisters-in-law Betsy and Carol (of Waterloo and Burlington). A long-time teacher in Hamilton, Penelope worked for over 30 years at Earl Kitchener and Cardinal Heights Elementary School. Throughout the years, Penelope enjoyed travelling and devoting time to her church, St. George’s Reformed Episcopal Church. From time to time, she even enjoyed a glass of wine! A special thank you to the doctors and nurses of St. Peter’s Hospital for their care and support. In accordance with Penelope’s wishes, cremation has taken place. Arrangements are entrusted with Essentials Cremation and Burial Services (905-354-2133). A visitation will be held at St. George’s Reformed Episcopal Church, 134 Emerson Street, Hamilton, on Thursday, February 28, 2019 from 10am-12pm in the fellowship hall. A Memorial Service will follow in the church sanctuary at 12pm. An interment will take place at Hamilton Cemetery, 777 York Boulevard, Hamilton, at 3pm. As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations may be given to the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA, the Canadian Nature Conservancy- World Wildlife Federation or to St. George’s Reformed Episcopal Church. Online condolences may be shared on Penelope’s memorial page found at essentialscbs.com.
There are no upcoming public services scheduled or the service has occurred in the past.
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The family of Penelope Adeline Wray would like you to consider placing a donation to one of the following charities:
Canadian World Wildlife Federation, Nature Conservancy
St. George’s Reformed Episcopal Church