Louise Vince

Louise Vince – 1944-2021

It is with great sadness that the family of Louise Vince announces her passing after a lengthy illness, on April 5, 2021, at the age of 76.

Louise will be lovingly remembered by her husband Sid of 45 years, her sons Ben and Kevin Vince and daughter Lyn Ritchie, all of Chatham. Leaving many grandchildren and great grandchildren and her sister Diane Sadoquis (Stephen Morris) of Wyoming. Louise was predeceased by her Mother, Laura Sadoquis (1985), Father Marcel (1991), Brother Maurice (2017) and Sister Yvonne Kensley (2019). Louise will also be forever remembered by numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family and dearest friends. All of these she loved and touched deeply.

She loved food, to taste, to nourish, to serve. Her love to bake up such delicacies for family get togethers made her our “go to” person when a sweet tooth acted up. She was highly skilled at knitting and crocheting, but astounded everyone with her hand stitched, quilted works of art which she gifted to many family members.

Special thanks to her Nurse and all PSWs who made it possible for her to remain at home. They nurtured her with such professionalism and sweet, sweet care.

Louise’s family will be remembering her with a private celebration of life at a later date. If you care to make a donation in her memory, please consider the Heart and Stroke Foundation or any charity of your choice.

HER WINGS WERE READY, BUT OUR HEARTS WERE NOT.

6 Comments on “Louise Vince”

  1. Our condolences to Sid, their family and her loving sister Diane and Stephen and all her cherished grand children and great grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
    I had the honour of meeting Louise about 7 years ago at Mike and Marysue’s home, I know she will be missed dearly by her long time friends also.
    Louise and I quickly got to chatting, she always made silly remarks which made me laugh. She will be sadly missed
    Sincerely John and Linda

  2. Louise will be dearly missed by all of us who had the pleasure to know her. I was always in awe of Louise’s crafting talent, her wonderful sister Diane would show me pictures of the amazing quilts that Louise would craft. The world lost a truly talented loving lady who had a smile for everyone. Rest In Peace Louise.
    I am one of many who will miss you.

    Susan Kern

  3. John and Mary Ann Tinney
    To the Vince family I send my condolences to all of you at this time . May God comfort you at this time.

  4. Sid and Family and Louise’s sister Diane and her family our deepest condolences to everyone. We are really going to miss all the visits with her and Sid and the good times we had together. She will be greatly missed.
    Sincerely Gary and Lynne.

  5. You will truly be missed by the Kensley Family Aunt Louise you were kind and funny and warm i have such fond memories as do the rest of my family Clay Dean Anita Mike David Debbie Danny Raymond and Laura Jeanne(Tina) Your sisters Yvonne and Clayton’s children .
    Thank you for being you.

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