Lola Leona Gorman

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GORMAN;  Lola  ~ Peacefully after a brief illness on Thursday, November 28, 2019 at the Northumberland Hills Hospital at the age of 84 (48).  Lola Gorman (nee McKay) was the beloved wife of Ken Gorman.  Loving mother of Debbie Griffin (Bill), John Blacklock (Cindy), Stephen Blacklock, Kim Heaton (Bill) and Bill Gorman.  Loved grandma of Adam (Jackie), Billy, Murray and great grandma of Logan and Leland.




Service Information

Private family services will be held. In memory of Lola, donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society and would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements entrusted to the Fallis & Shields Funeral Home, Millbrook. Donations or condolences may be made at www.fallis-shields.com.

Condolences

Debbie, Jack & Stephen & Families, Please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your Mom. I remember her being friends with my Mom and Dad (Jim & Jean Nairn). She was a lovely lady and I just bumped into her not long ago and she was giving me the update on her family. She was such a nice person. I hope you find comfort in the many happy memories you have of your Mom. Julie Darling (nee Nairn)

Julie Lynn Darling


Ken, Kim and Family. My thoughts and sincerest sympathies go out to you, at this very difficult time. My hope is that you have many good memories to provide some comfort going forward. Sincerely, Kathy (nee Bell) Sandham

Kathy Sandham


Dear Ken & Family ; So very sorry for your loss . Lola was such a lovely , beautiful lady , she will be greatly missed. Love Anne xx

Anne (Bell) Reyns


Ken : Condolences to you and the family on the passing of Lola, you will miss her greatly.

Doug Mann


Sorry to hear of Lola's passing , Debbie , Jackie and Stephen when your parents moved to cobourg we all hung out together and my parents also, we had alot of good times, over the years i would run into your mom when i was visiting cobourg, she was such a loving and welcoming person, she will be missed, may all the wonderful memories you have give you solace

janice (nairn) smith