Obituary for Mimi Naudie, Montreal Gazette, 08 Nov 08

Mimi (Panet, Marie-Louise) Naudie    
NAUDIE, Mimi (nee Panet, Marie-Louise) Peacefully, surrounded by her children in her seventy-second year in Montreal, on November 6, 2008. Beloved wife of the late Roy Richard Naudie. Proud and devoted mother of Margot (James Sellers), Christopher (Diane Hatch), and Douglas (Kristen Day). Devoted grandmother of David and Daniel Sellers, Charlotte and Harrison Naudie, and Duncan and Kieran Naudie. Daughter of the late A. de L. and Louise Panet. Dear sister to deLobe Panet (Jane), Suzanne McDougall (Tom), and Margot Panet (Lewis Lederman). Survived by many nieces and nephews. Mimi will be remembered by her friends from Holy Cross Convent, Notre Dame Convent, Lisgar Collegiate, the University of Ottawa, her many volunteer activities, and her bridge, investment, and gardening clubs. We will forever remember her beautiful smile, sense of humour, unwavering kindness, grace, courage, and strength. A celebration of her life will be held at The Ascension of our Lord Parish Church, 375 Kitchener Street, Westmount, Quebec, on Wednesday, November 12, 2008 at 10:30 a.m. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated. Our family would like to thank all her caregivers, and the staff at Saint Mary's Hospital for their wonderful care.


 

Obituary from The Ottawa Citizen: 02 Nov 01

NAUDIE, Roy Richard

After a sudden severe illness in his 67th year in Montreal. Beloved husband of Marie-Louise (Mimi) Panet, proud and devoted father of Margot (James Sellers), Christopher (Diane Hatch), and Douglas (Kristen Day). Devoted grandfather of David Sellers, dear brother-in-law of Betty Naudie and her family, deLobe Panet (Jane) Suzanne McDougall (Tom) and Margot Lederman (Lewis). Also survived by many nieces and nephews.  Roy will be remembered by his friends and associates from the Royal Military College, McGill, Sun Life, Standard Life, Sacred Heart School and the Mount Royal Tennis Club. A celebration of his life will be held at the Ascension of Our Lord Parish Church, 375 Kitchener Street, Westmount on Saturday, November 3, 2001 at 10:30 AM. In lieu of flowers donations to the Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated. Our family would like to thank the Staff of the Montreal Neurological Institute for their wonderful care. 

 

Addendum from Bill Lynn 05 Nov 01

There were perhaps a dozen (I didn't think to count) class members present at Roy's funeral in Westmount (Montreal) Saturday, Nov. 3. Roy's daughter Margot and sons Doug and Chris and read the lessons. Bill Badger spoke (very well) some moving and humourous "words of remembrance". There was a large turnout of family, friends and associates, and the service was followed by a reception at a friend's home near the church, which was also well attended. I just said hello to Mimi, but she and the kids seemed to be bearing up well. The offspring do resemble their parents!

 

Return to Home Page