Lena Kloostra

On January 19, 2021, Lena Kloostra, 87, passed away in her home. Lena will be truly missed by her husband of 66 years, Sieger Kloostra. As a wonderful mother, grandmother and great grandmother, Lena had a great impact on all with her love and support. Lena’s faith in God was always reflected in her daily life. We like to give a very special thank you to the staff at March of Dimes and our nurse, Monica, from Bayshore. With your help we were able to keep mom home with us. If anyone wishes to make a donation, please consider March of Dimes.

“Lord, lift up the light of your countenance upon us” Psalm 4:6b


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26 Comments on “Lena Kloostra”

  1. Amazing person and the best Grandma I could have ever asked for. She is home with the Lord and her two sons. Love you Grandma and I’ll see you again one day.

  2. Our prayers go out for the whole family at this time at the loss of a wife,mother, grandma and great grandma. She is now in the arms of the Lord. Lots of hugs to everyone. Dick and Grace Kloostra and family.

  3. So many wonderful memories of my sweet Tante Lien, thankful that her suffering is over. Praying for comfort for the whole family.
    Nancy (Smids) & Ron Dieleman

  4. My deepest condolences to this precious family. Lena was such an extraordinary woman. I’m a better person for knowing her. Rest in peace angel. ❤️

  5. Sorry to hear about the passing away of Tante Lien. To Uncle Sieger and the rest of the family, I pray that God will grant you peace and comfort.

  6. Love u grandma.Miss you so much. Hope u have a wonderful life in haven the place of glory and God

  7. “We love because he loved us first John 4:19” And that is what she did. We all love and miss u Grandma Kloostra. Have an amazing time in Heaven with the powerful amd almighty God of all the world

  8. Sieger & Family,

    Our deepest sympathy.
    You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

    Shelley Bechard-Kloostra, Emilee and Valerie.

  9. I had so many wonderful conversations with my grandma over the years. When my dad died in 2004, our sorrow formed a deep bond that was rooted in our love for Jesus. We were united like never before. Sickness and death has severed that bond, but because Christ lives, I will see her again. What a day that will be! Even in this, God is good, all the time, no matter what and my grandma would, without a doubt, want all who read this to know. Soli deo gloria!

  10. To Sieger and family …Henk and I send you our condolences for you and your family ,you are in our prayers ..Susie and Henk Postma

  11. My condolences to the Kloostra family…thankful we have the promise that one day we will be united with those who died before us in our Fathers house! Holding you all in my thoughts and prayers

  12. My sympathies to Uncle Sieger and your whole family.
    Praying for you all at this difficult time.

  13. Dear Sieger Kloostra family. May God’s arms of comfort surround you in these days of grieving. Lena has left her love & memories in your hearts. Share & speak of them often. God bless you & keep each of you in His tender care.

  14. Condolences to the Kloostra family.
    Mrs. Kloostra was a very fine lady and is now in the finest place ever.
    God bless you all with comfort.

  15. Dear Mr Kloostra and Kloostra families,
    My deep condolences for the loss of you beloved Wife, Mom, and Grandmother. May you all find comfort and peace in the promise of meeting her again in joy everlasting.
    I will always remember Mrs. Kloostra’s Sunday mornings’ hello which came along with a big genuine smile.

  16. To Sieger and your family,
    Deep condolences on the passing of Lena. She was such a sweet lady. Lena baby sat our son for a number of years. When we dropped him off we never had a moment of concern because we knew he would be given the best care. She showed her love and faith in everything she did. Our prayers are with you all.
    Linda and Terry McGivern

  17. Sieger, Elsie and John,
    We are very sorry to learn of Lena’s death.
    Marianne & Dan Lucio, neighbours

  18. Our sincere condolences to Sieger and all of your family. God rest Lena’s Beautiful Soul ♥️

  19. So sorry to Sieger and family in the death of Lena. Not only did I know Lena and Sieger from Emmanuel Baptist but they were my neighbour in the apartment building. Blessings to the family at this difficult time.

  20. Lena was an absolutely beautiful woman and will be deeply missed by everyone who knew her. I’m so glad that she was able to stay home and be with her beloved husband and daughter/son-in-law until the end. May Lena rest in peace.

  21. Judy and I offer our sincere condolences on your family’s loss. A wonderful aunt and great soul has passed. Unfortunately we could not make the trip to Chatham to share in your grief and offer our sympathies in person. While grief will continue, the wonderful memories will as well.

  22. Clark and I are so sorry for the loss of this beautiful lady. Our prayers are with the family. We rejoice that she has been reunited with her beloved sons and her Saviour. RIP Mrs Kloostra

  23. A genuine elderly lady with high morals. I listened in earnest to her stories of how and why she and her husband came to Canada. I admired the concern, care, faith and everlasting love they had for each other. May her family fondly remember the love and joy she brought to each of them. – Lyn Rumble

  24. May the memories you a have help you all during this difficult time. We have been blessed to have had the chance to know Lena. Keeping you all in our thoughts and prayers.

  25. Lena will for ever be in my memories and heart . We shared a funny story about her always pinching her sisters when she was young , so I made it a point every time I saw her that I was going to pinch her, it made her laugh and remember. Rest in peace Lena.

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