Elizabeth Geiring

 

Elizabeth Geiring passed peacefully surrounded by her family on Wednesday, January 12, 2022 in Chatham. Elizabeth was born in Liebling, Romania 93 years ago and immigrated to Montreal with her mother and father at the age of four. Daughter of the late Wilhelm and Elizabeth Kunz. Wife of the late Henry Geiring (1990). Mother of Bill Geiring (Brenda), Gary Geiring (Dianne), and Lori (Mary). Predeceased by her brother William at a tender young age.  Lovingly remembered by her nephews, Bob Schrock (Marlene 2019), and Henry Schrock (Louise). In her earlier years, Elizabeth worked in the hospitality industry. Elizabeth was happiest when her family was with her and when she was traveling.  Special thanks to numerous LTC and Retirement Home staff, and Lisa and the Alzheimer Society Staff for their support.  Her loving spirit touched everyone inclusive of her German sayings and sharp wit.  She will be deeply missed and forever remembered. The family will be remembering her privately.  Those wishing to make a memorial donation are asked to consider the Alzheimer Society of Chatham-Kent.

 

11 Comments on “Elizabeth Geiring”

  1. You are in my thoughts & prayers.Mrs.Geiring was a beautiful lady.I was very happy call her a friend R.I.P.

  2. My dear Auntie Liz and God-Mother will be missed. You will always be remembered being part of our childhood during all those wonderful summers. Your humour and quick wit will stay in our hearts.
    Rest in Peace.
    Rosie

  3. Dear, Bill, Gary, and Lori
    I remember Auntie Liz fondly, she was a good friend to my mother.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
    May She Rest In Peace and you keep fond memories of your mother.
    Carol Dauth and Family.

  4. My sincere condolences to all of you. I was so fond of Elizabeth and we built a great relationship over the few years we were together.
    I will always cherish the memories we made together.
    Lisa Kochnowich

  5. Dear Bill, Gary and Lori
    I was very sad to hear about the loss of your mom. I have such great memories of Auntie Liz at the country. She made those summers fun with her sense of humour and sharp wit. May she rest in peace and may her memory be a blessing to you all.

  6. Hi Bill, Gary and Lori, I’m so sorry to hear of dear Auntie Liz’s passing. I have so many fond memories of her from the many summers we spent together when we were kids. My most recent memory of her was sitting with her after Auntie Kay’s funeral listening to her regaling stories from her youth and her close friendship with my mother, her closest childhood friend. It’s an evening of stories I’ll never forget. I wish you all the very best. She was a great lady. May she Rest In Peace.

  7. You are at peace now Elizabeth, no more pain and anxiety. Hope you will have a great reunion with your husband and from above look down at all the people who care about you and who will miss you, including me. Just so glad that the suffering is over for you.
    Much love from Bob, Veronica and Fergy too. We will meet again one day. xxxx

  8. Mrs G. As we called her was such an important part of our young lives, so many wonderful memories that always bring smiles to our faces.
    Give Mr G. a big hug for us
    Our hearts go out to all of the family
    Fred & Pauline
    XOXO

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