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Sylvia Diane Henry

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Sylvia Diane Henry

January 24, 1942 - April 28, 2023

Passed away on Friday April 28, 2023 at the age of 81. Loving daughter of the late Ross and Bernice Henry. Dear sister of Fred (late Vera), late Barb (Jim), Cecil (Mary), and the late Louise. Loved by her many nieces and nephews. In keeping with Sylvia’s wishes, a private family service will be held at a later date. If desired donations may be made to the Northumberland Humane Society or the Cobourg and District Sports Hall of Fame.

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Mary & Jim Freeman - June 11, 2023

It took me awhile to come to grips with your passing, you always had a great smile & an amazing laugh. You always made our childhood special with the wonderful Christmas gifts. As children you always made us feel special, rest in piece Aunt Sylvia xoxo

Lslie Stewart & (late) Shiley Stewart -Hunt (Nurse a G.Foods ) st G.F - May 29, 2023

You will be dearly missed Sylvia Henry, you were wonderful to work with !!!! You were one fantastic lady Hunni , May God Bless you and your family , Mom always said you were the Best of the "Best"

Ted Bulger - May 28, 2023

Please accept my condolences at the loss of Sylvia a friend I have known for many years . REst in peace my friend!

Debby Tukendorf - May 27, 2023

So sorry to read of Sylvia's passing. She spent a lot of time with my Grandma (her Aunt Rhoda) so have lots of memories of her at many of our family occasions. When I was older and lived east of Cobourg, she would come and visit. She so loved her cars (I think Syvlia and Uncle Elwood had a competition on who had the nicest convertible lol) and baseball, but family and friends were important to her as well. When she would visit Mom and Dad (Rich and Marie Evans), Dad would always tease her and we had so many laughs. You were a great person inside and out and will be deeply missed. RIP Syvlia...The Evans Family xo

Kelly Gill - May 24, 2023

This woman.. lived beside my grandparents Mary and Cecil Gill my entire life.. There are so many memories of her sitting in the car port for hours chatting away with Nan and Pop.. many Christmas and Thanksgiving dinners she joined our family. I remember seeing her down at the lake every night, after dinner parked where the condos are.. lol. Hard to believe we used to have a dirt road to park in that area. She LOVED to watch Ball games.. she would be the first one at the ball park and stay all day to watch the game.. young or old, she didn't care, she just loved the sport You are a long time peice of memories Sylvia.. Say hi to Nan and Pop for me. Rest in Paradise

Dale Black - May 23, 2023

Deepest condolences to Sylvia's family on your loss. Sylvia was a longtime neighbor to the Stevenson family n a friend to my mom Joyce. I remember Sylvia at my baseball n hockey games growing up. She would go for walks n have coffee with my mom . She had a kind n warm heart to go with her smile. The Black family 👪

Valerie Keal - May 22, 2023

My sincere condolences. Sylvia was a customer of mine, we had some good laughs together. She had a great talent for painting and knew how much I loved Christmas and made me some ornaments that I will always treasure.

Bonnie Sheridan - May 20, 2023

Cec & Mary, so very sorry to learn about Sylvia’s passing. Our deepest sympathy to you and the family. Ray & Bonnie

Wendy Deklerck - May 19, 2023

Now you join your sisters , You will be missed cha cha , my name I had for You when I was growing up. Thanks for the fun times and making our childhood a happy you and will see you on the other side some day.

Siobhan Kenny - May 18, 2023

To Sylvia’s Family: I am so sorry to hear this news. Sylvia and her father were our next-door neighbours on King St. W. for many years. We would enjoy the country music she played as she detailed her car which was always in ‘showroom condition’. She was a warm person with a quiet humour and chuckled at the antics of my brothers and I.

Coralee Dunk - May 18, 2023

My deepest condolences to the loss of Sylvia. She was a good neighbour. Her love for watching baseball at the Legion Fields.

Judy Sherwin - May 17, 2023

Shared so many laughs with Sylvia working at General Foods, Kraft and the Company Ball Tournaments. RIP my friend.