Mary E. Ridge

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RIDGE;  Mary E. (Former employee of Westclox, Peterborough, for 47 years) ~ Mary passed away Friday afternoon, June 26, 2020 at Centennial Place in Millbrook with her nephew Robert by her side.  Mary was the beloved daughter of WWI veteran John Ridge and his wife Elizabeth Ridge (nee Mitchell) who was from the Barnardo Home in England.  She is the loved sister of Carol Donaldson (the late Jack), the late Major William “Sammy” Ridge (the late Beatrice), the late Robert Ridge (D- Day Veteran), (the late Johanna), and the late Fred (WWII Veteran), (the late Bernice).  She was very proud of her three brother’s service as Canadian Armed Forces Veterans.  Mary had two passions, The Village of Millbrook, and her many nieces, nephews, great nieces and nephews and her great great nieces and nephews as well as all the children of her close friends over the years.  They will remember fishing trips, go kart rides, and learning to drive a car while sitting on her knee.




Service Information

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later time. A private family interment of her cremated remains was held. In memory of Mary, donations may be made to the Millbrook Historical Society or the Pontypool Cemetery Board. Arrangements entrusted to Fallis & Shields Funeral Home, Millbrook where online condolences and donations may be made at www.fallis-shields.com.

Condolences

Sorry to hear of Mary's passing.

Bonna Walton


My deepest condolences to the rest of my family. I regret I could not get a flight home in time to see Aunt Mary. She will always be my “other Mom” and I will treasure all the outings and fun times we had together. Very thankful I have some good photos and a heart full of memories. See you all next month. Love & Virtual Hugs- Peg x

Peggy Bird


It is with deepest condolences to the rest of my family. Although we only met a few times she will be remembered for wonderful character and ability to make you feel welcome and at home.

Andy and Sue Kay


We send our deepest condolences in your loss.

Trevor and Carole Fallis


Dear Carol,so very sorry to hear of Mary's passing. I always enjoyed hearing her stories of the local history. She will truly be missed by all who were fortunate enough to have had an opportunity to listen to her history lessons. My prayers go out to you and all the family at this time.

Janice Ball


Heartfelt condolences to the whole family, Mary was quite a character and had so many wonderful stories. Remembering fun filled moments at historical society events....... Jeanette

Jeanette Allenbick


Sorry to hear of Mary's passing.

DIANE DURHAM


Mary was a wonderful, passionate lady, who always had a kind and interested word to say whenever you met her. She loved a chat, loved to get out and about, and had a true love of life. She will be sorely missed. Many sympathies to her family.

Cheryl & Lois Fallis


Mary's smile and cheerful personality will continue to be close to our hearts. We extend our sincerest sympathy and condolences to Carol and family.

Bill and Marie McMaster


Mary, you will be missed you were such a big part of our family may you RIP Margaret, Jane Kathy, Steve. Richard & Paul Tinney

Margaret Tinney