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Verna Gilbart

Verna Gilbart

Thursday, February 19th, 1925 Sunday, May 16th, 2021

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Obituary for Verna Gilbart

Verna Gilbart was born in Kenora, Ontario on February 19, 1925. Her father Maurice Brown was a Railroad Engineer with the CPR. Verna and Lloyd Gilbart met and fell in love in 1942, and were married on December 31, 1943, they stayed in love for 80 years. Verna and Lloyd moved to Lethbridge, Alberta in 1960 and then to Thunder Bay in 1966. They belonged to the Thunder Bay Country Club where Verna was an avid curler and golfer.

After Lloyd’s discharge from the RCAF he became a Ford Dealer, and thru Ford Verna and Lloyd travelled the world. They spent 36 winters in Arizona until Verna became stricken with dementia. She spent the last 3 ½ years at Hogarth Riverview Manor and passed away peacefully on May 16, 2021 in her sleep at the age 96. It is important to Lloyd that he express his gratitude to the staff at 5 North Hogarth Riverview Manor. They cared for Verna so lovingly every day. They loved her and she loved them.

Verna and Lloyd had 3 wonderful children, Randy, (Margaret) predeceased, Terry (Joy) a local lawyer and Lynda (Rob) Brink, 8 grandchildren and numerous great grandchildren. A private family ceremony will be held at a later date. Online condolences may be made at www.sargentandson.com.

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Janet Gilbart

Im sending my deepest condolences to all your family. I have great memories of Verna, beautiful on inside and outside. Thinking of you Lloyd in this difficult time. With love Janet, Dallas and Justin
Comment | Posted at 06:58pm via Condolence
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Shirley Chown

I worked for Verna's son Terry, and whenever she and Lloyd came to the office for a visit, we would have a little chat. She was always gracious and friendly. My condolences to the family.
Shirley Chown
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Jane Marostica

Lloyd, Terry, Joy and family - Our deepest condolences on the passing of your wife/mom. Our thoughts are with you.
Comment | Posted at 11:29am via Condolence
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Deborah de Bakker

Our parents grew up with Verna (and later, Lloyd) in Kenora and were lifelong friends when they all moved to the Lakehead. Verna was such a wonderful woman and a devoted wife and mother. Our condolences to Lloyd and family at this sad time.
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Catherine Nickerson

Dear Loyd and family, I have very fond memories of the happy and fun times that my parents, John and Irene Nickerson, had with you and Verna golfing, curling, at dinner parties and more! My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
Catherine Nickerson
Comment | Posted at 05:37pm via Condolence
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