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Reta Weidmark

Reta Florence Weidmark (Allan)

Sunday, January 23rd, 1921 - Tuesday, February 4th, 2020
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Obituary

January 23, 1921 to February 4, 2020

WEIDMARK, Reta Florence (nee Allan), of Lindsay, ON, passed away on February 4, 2020 (in her 99th year) at Ross Memorial Hospital in Lindsay.

Reta was one of three children and born in Oshawa, Ontario on January 23, 1921 to parents, Florence Alberta Allan (nee Pierce) (lived 85 years) and John Wesley Allan (lived 97 years). Reta’s father worked at General Motors for approx. 41 years and Reta worked at General Motors (North Plant, Division Street) location for approx. 33 years in total. Reta owned a beautiful lakefront property on Lake Scugog in Ball Point, Little Britain for 19 years and then moved to Lindsay for the last 32 years. Reta was known to many family and friends as a beautiful artist, creative seamstress, outstanding gardener and skilled antique refinisher. She was a very talented and strong, independent woman.

Reta was predeceased by her siblings: Lewis (Dorothy) Allan and Norval (Jean) Allan, daughter: Constance A. Johnstone (nee Weidmark), husband (divorced): S. Weidmark, and three family pets: Pepper, Benji and Teddy.

Reta is survived by her three granddaughters: Lesli, Nadine and Ronni, two great grandchildren: Connor and Isabelle and two nieces: Nancy and Susan. (Predeceased by Nephew, John).

The Family has requested a PRIVATE burial with Armstrong Funeral Home in Oshawa and she will be laid to rest at Mount Lawn Cemetery in Oshawa on Saturday, February 8, 2020.

THE FAMILY GREATLY APPRECIATES ALL TRIBUTES MADE IN MEMORY OF RETA, BUT KINDLY ASKS THAT IN LIEU OF FLOWERS, DONATIONS BE MADE TO THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF DURHAM REGION.

*Official tax receipts are provided for all donations to the HSDR. donate@hsdr.org (905) 665-7430

Online condolences may be made by visiting www.armstrongfh.ca
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Kathryn S

Posted at 11:59am
Reta was a very sweet and caring woman. She will be greatly missed. My heart goes out to her loved ones.
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Denise & Trent Miller

Posted at 07:16pm
Sincere condolences to all of you on the loss of your Grandmother.
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Deb Parent

Posted at 04:17pm
I never knew Reta personally, but I know her daughter Constance (Connie), and her granddaughters Lesli , Nadine and Ronnie. I mostly knew Lesli and Nadine, and to them I want to send my deepest condolences at the loss of their grandmother. It sounds like Reta lived a long and full life, and I'm sure she will be missed by you and all of her family. May she rest in peace, and my thoughts and prayers are with you at this great time of sorrow.
Aunt Deb & Uncle John Parent
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Business

Posted at 10:37pm
February 4, 2020 - Well, you did it Gramma, you beat Great Grandad by two years! Maybe one day in Heaven, we can go to an auction, a long car ride, historical cemetery outing, early evening walk, plant flowers or rock hunting, My favourite memories as a kid are at the Cottage doing so many things, including eating orange yogurt in front of the tv watching Lawrence Welk. I admire you for being such an independent woman that could do so much on your own, but I am hoping that you find companionship, kindness, and love now in Heaven. I worked very hard all my life to make you proud of me and to bring you joy. May you find peace now with God. Luv always, N.
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