Lindsay, Gwyneth M. (nee Norman). Triple G as Gwyneth was affectionately called by her family was born on the
family farm near Stranraer, SK, on May 22, 1918. She passed away peacefully at Peace Arch Hospital in White Rock BC on April 28, 2011. Gwyneth is survived by her sister Deirdre, her three sons Harvey (Betty) of Innisfree, AB; Norman (Marilyn) of Neilburg, SK; Bill (Kim) of New Norway, AB and her daughter Cherry Larry) Nettleton of Delta, BC. Gwyneth was predeceased by her sisters Mary, Elizabeth (Betty), Georgina, and her brother George. Gwyneth taught school in Saskatchewan and British
Columbia. She founded the White Rock Osteoporosis Group. She had a passion for playing bridge, road trips, family history and the outdoors which she shared with her friends, colleagues, and neighbors who remember the good times. G.G.G.’s sixteen grandchildren and twenty plus great grandchildren remember her willingness to be silly, her love of books, birds and wild flowers. Aunt Ginnie’s cousins, nieces and nephews admired her wisdom, wit and sense of humor. Gwyneth will be remem- bered by her children for her courage, tenacity and independent spirit. Every- one can honor her memory by playing bridge, reading a book, going for a walk, or reciting your
favorite poem. Thank you to Dr. Jeff Purkis and everyone at Evergreen Heights Assisted Living for their kindness and compassion. A celebration of life will take place in Saskatchewan at a later date. Memorial donations may be made to Surrey/White Rock Chapter, Osteoporosis Society 13845 18 Ave. Surrey, BC V4A 1W6, or the charity of your choice.