Olga Kienle-Hornsby
Visitation

Tuesday, February 11th from 4-6 pm MacCoubrey Funeral Home Cobourg

Mass of Christian Burial

Wednesday, February 12th at 11 am St. Mary's Church Grafton

Reception

MacCoubrey Funeral Home Cobourg

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Olga Kienle-Hornsby

August 3, 1932 - February 3, 2020

Sadly passed away at home (the way she wanted it) in Roseneath, ON, on Monday February 3, 2020 at the age of 87. Deeply missed beyond words by her daughter Margot Rita Tarajos and the late Terry (2013) of Roseneath, ON. Beloved wife of the late Alois Lorenz Kienle (1987) and the late John Hornsby (2009). Sister to Manfred Reichle, the late Lisel Tropper and the late George Reichle. Daughter of the late Georg Reichle and Anna (Reidl). Step-mother to Christine Hilton, Ian Hornsby, Neil Hornsby, Carol Hornsby and Julie Mavis and families. Sisiter-in-law and cousin to Hella Kernhof (Frankfurt), Inge Becker (Graben) and Baldwina Klaiber (Hermaringen) and their families, all of Germany. Also missed by her nieces and nephews Heidi, Cindy, Rachel, David, Sarah, Emma, Jenna, Kelly, Kim, Ashley, Marion, Reiner, Roland and their families. Peso, her furry buddy also misses Grandma very much, as do all her dear friends and co-workers, especially her lunch group. Missed also by Terry’s extended family. She was born in Untermeitingen, Germany married Alois in June 1951and had Margot August 1952. On December 18, 1955 at the age of 23 she and family came to Canada via Pier 21 Halifax, landing December 31, 1955, she was a proud Canadian. Lived in Scarborough and in the mid 60’s moved to Roseneath where she was to the end. She was a furrier by trade, and worked 18 years as a shirt presser at Golden Mile Cleaners, was a labourer for a construction company, and a factory worker at Columbus McKinnon LTD, Cobourg for 10 years. At CML she met and married her second husband John Hornsby in 1997. She was a beautiful woman, a loving and caring mother, a great cook (her homemade noodle soup was the best), and a green thumb gardener. Olga you will be missed. A memorial service will be held at MacCoubrey Funeral Home 30 King Street East, Cobourg on Saturday March 7, 2020 at 12 p.m., with visitation from 11 a.m. until service time. A reception will follow the service. Interment will take place in the spring. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation or the Lung Association. Condolences received at www.MacCoubrey.com.
“I love you Margot” – “Mother I love you too”
RIP

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MESSAGES OF CONDOLENCE / DONATIONS

The Rinas Nance Family - March 6, 2020 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Heart and Stroke Foundation

Michael and Pat Hornsby - March 6, 2020 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Heart and Stroke Foundation

Morris family - March 4, 2020 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Charity of Your Choice

Hella Roland and Edith - February 18, 2020

We are very sad. Our warmest condolences. Enjoyed and will miss the conversations with Olga about current topics and also about her eventful live. In loveRoland Edith and Hella

Andrea Bubb - February 12, 2020

Although many miles kept us apart, my Tante Olga always held a special place in my heart. Her house was a home away from home. My favourite childhood memories were of her wonderful garden, listening to her ABBA records, fishing off the dock on Rice Lake, their dog and my favourite dog, Maxi, my Onkel Louis devouring every bit of her cooking and the most comfortable feather tick beds you could imagine. To her these were just everyday things, but it’s these memories I took with me on my journey through life and gave me comfort. Thank you for these memories Tante Olga, but now it’s time for you to be taken care of on your next journey. Rest In Peace. Your niece, Andrea.

Brenda Larsen - February 11, 2020

So very sorry to hear Margot....She was a wonderful soul and I know how close you two were. She will be missed by many.

Julie Lynn Darling - February 10, 2020

Hi Margot,Sending condolences to you on the passing of your Mom. She was a great lady and you were a great daughter to her. May you find comfort remembering the many happy times you shared.Julie

Shelley Newton - February 8, 2020

Thoughts are with you at this difficult time.Shelley

Carmel Scott - February 8, 2020

Such a beautiful lady, with a personality to match. I am so sorry for your loss Margot. She is now with the love of her life and resting in ParadiseMuch love to you,Carm

WILLIAM R HAGEMEYER - February 7, 2020

Dear Margot, We are hoping to be able to say our good-byes on March 11th if not, Georgina and I want to express our sincere sympathy to you on the loss of your Mom. I have many happy memories of Olga and feel deeply for your loss. With her passing, you can be thankful for the good times you shared with her and the joy that you were able to bring into her life. Always remembered, Bill & Georgina

Alan Gall - February 7, 2020

I know that words alone can hardly ease the pain, but please know that my thoughts are with you on the loss of your wonderful mom.

Frances Berney - February 6, 2020 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

The Lung Association - Ontario

Frances Berney - February 6, 2020

Margot and family so sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time.

john r smith - February 6, 2020

Ian saddened by your loss .I worked with you in Coubourg went to the Motorcycle show in TO.