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Peacefully and surrounded by love, Marian Brackett (Wright) on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 in the city of Sudbury, Ontario passed away at the age of 93.
Born and raised in Ingersoll Ontario she was the daughter of Bill and Wilda Wright (Newton.) Predeceased by her siblings Claude Wright (Anne), and sisters, Eleanor Rutledge (Lloyd), Helen Muir (Bob) Betty Pearce (Don). Loving Mother of Two Moons from New Mexico, Brenda Smith, Debbie Brackett both from Brantford and Marina Bouffard from Sudbury. Mother in law to her two favourtie sons in laws Denis Bouffard and Tomas Kujat. She was a grandmother of 13, a great grandmother of 16 and predeceased by her great granddaughter Sarah.
Marian's passion was ice skating and she enjoyed this activity until she was 75 years of age. In her younger years, she was famous for flipping pizzas behind the large picture window of Robbie's pizza in Brantford. She also poured many cups of coffee at Doug's Doughnuts in Brantford. She liked fishing and camping. She was a fan of the author Charles Schulz and found much humour in his comic strips. Marian was a witty woman with a great sense of humour.
Thank you for the wonderful and caring people at Health Sciences North in Sudbury Ontario for their incredible dedication to their patients. Marian will be missed, but ever-present in our hearts. Her final resting place will be in Ingersoll Ontario. Marian never liked being the center of attention and was a very frugal person so per her wishes, there will be no services. Please celebrate her life with the memories that you hold dear.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the MCBEATH-DYNES FUNERAL HOME, Ingersoll. Personal condolences can be sent at www.gffh.ca
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- 16 Jan 2020
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