Lillian Vera Lewis

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LEWIS;  Lillian Vera (nee Howard) ~ December 20, 1939 – August 29, 2020 ~ Peacefully with her family by her side at the Northumberland Hills Hospital, Cobourg, on Saturday, August 29, 2020.  Lillian Lewis was the beloved partner of Kenny McLean.  She will be greatly missed by her children Dallyn (Nici), Rian (Debbie), Regan (Wayne) and the late Ronnie (survived by Kelly).  Will also be greatly missed by here grandkids Josh (Ashley), Carrie (Dennis), Emily (Neno), Robert (Erika), Troy (Katelyn), Brooke (Mike), Brittany (Dillon), Katelyn (Derek) and Pharen and her great grandkids Harper, Rowan, Emerson, Camryn, Tyler, Sarah, Latrell, Callie, Holden and Baby Anderson.  Dear sister of Mary, Laura and the late Elsie.  Lil loved to watch the birds and wild life out her front window.  She loved her cat Patches and doggy-sitting Mitzi.  Lil was always up for a visit from her family and especially the company of her neighbours who after 40 plus years turned into family as well.  She was always ready to watch the Leafs or the Blue Jays game and playing a game of Bingo.

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Private family arrangements will be held. In memory of Lil, a memorial donation may be made to the Northumberland Humane Society and would be appreciated by the family. Online donations or condolences may be made at


Sending our condolences to the Lewis clan in the loss of Lil. She was a great lady! Cherish all your wonderful memories. We will be thinking of you all during this difficult time.

The Foden Family

Lil, your in a better place with no more suffering. We will miss you dearly. Condolences to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Diana and Jim Flesch

Fforever in our hearts Lil. Thank you for all the wonderful memories and laughs over the last 40 years. Till we meet again. xo

Lynn Flesch and family

Regan, Rian and Dallyn, So sorry about Lillian. We had some great times over the years. She will be missed.

Joyce Somerville

You were a such an important part of of our neighbourhood. Growing up from childhood and well into adulthood you were always there for a porch visit and a chat. I’ll always remember the days growing up, playing with your wonderful grandkids and all the times you let us play your nintendo64! ;) You always looked out for us neighbourhood kids and our family dogs too. You even scared off a few robbers! We always knew we could call you for help, and many times we did when we locked ourselves out of the house! You and Kenny were the most wonderful people. Anytime I stopped by I was always greeted with a welcoming smile. Lil, you will be so deeply missed by us all. Until we meet again, friend. xoxoxo

Samantha Hawkins

Geoff and I will be forever grateful to Lillian for selling her lot to us and then welcoming us into the neighbourhood family, even before we built. We will remember all the good times, treats for Gracie, Halloween goodies for our grandkids, watching over our house and of course hanging out in front with Lil and Kenny on many sunny afternoons, which was a very enjoyable pastime and will be missed by all. Our condolences to Lillians family and to all of our neighbours who had the opportunity to know Lillian much longer than we did. She will be missed .

Kathy and Geoff Morgan

My condolences to the Lewis and McLean families. I was very lucky to grow up with Lil and Kenny as neighbours, who turned into extended family. I have so many wonderful memories sitting out front in the summers, or at our kitchen tables in the winters. Lil always looked out for us kids. I hope Lil, Kenny and Mum are all enjoying a drink and laugh together now. Until we all meet again. Much Love, -Stacey, Jim, James and Zofia

Stacey Hawkins and Family

It was a great shock to hear of Lillian's passing. We know she hadn't been well especially since Dad died but losing her is such a shock. She was a big part of my life and her son, Ron, was my best friend growing up. I will miss our Sunday morning phone calls Lillian.

Debbie and Keith McLean

I am so sorry for your loss. that I could meet all the family. It would be nice to meet all the families. It was something Gary always wanted. I am still hoping to do that sometime..Love to All,. Maureen

Maureen Lewis

My deepest sympathy to you all. I've known Lil my entire life. She's one of my Glendale Drive Gramma's. I have such fond memories of her. As a kid she would babysit me, and I would sit in her bedroom playing her Super Nintendo. I always looked forward to the days when Kate and Pharen were visiting. She would send Kenny over to steal tomatoes from our garden. Haahaa She loved all the neighborhood kids who came to visit and for a popsicle from the garage. She was one of my mom's best friends. They will be having a ball together in heaven. We will miss her. Our love and Condolences, Shannon, Jeff, Wes, Dal and Mac.

Shannon Elliotson (Hawkins)

To my brother, Dan and I she was Grandma Lillian and even though we only got together a few times a year, especially for Christmas and summer visits she was always interested in what we were up to. She will always be remembered for her amazing trays of sweets. Love Stefanie & Danny.

Stefanie & Danny McLean

If we could only hug you one last time! We will be watching for you around Baby Anderson, and wish you could have met him or her! We love you grams!!!

Kate and Derek Anderson

So sorry to hear your Mom passed away. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this very sad time.

Julie Darling

Heartfelt sympathy to the Lewis family, God bless her heart, Lil was a great gal and good friend. I will hold all of the fond memories close to my heart. The candle glows as she ventures on her new journey. In friendship, Donna Douglas

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Sorry to hear of Lillian's passing... from years ago at hockey or shopping trips on black friday weekend or just meeting shopping in Cobourg Lillian aways had lots to talk ..

Gus & Jennie Bambridge

I would like to pass on my condolences to the family, may she rest in peace.

Scott Tuttle

We are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you at this time. Hugs.

Jane and Roger Whaley