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Frances Foster

Frances Ethelda Foster

Wednesday, February 26th, 1930 - Monday, June 8th, 2020
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FOSTER, Frances -

It is with heavy hearts that the family of Frances Foster announce her passing on Monday, June 8th, 2020 in her 91st at her home in Belleville, with her family at her side. She is predeceased by her parents Lorne & Bertha Foster. Frances was the loving mother of Bonnie Burshaw (Noyes) and is predeceased by her son Kenny Noyes. She will be forever loved by her grandsons Todd Burshaw and John (Kim) Burshaw, by her great grandchildren Stephanie (Anne) Smith, Anthony (Krystal) Burshaw and by her great great granddaughters Madason, Taylor and Sophia. Frances is survived by her sister Shirley Hill and she is predeceased by her siblings Rita, Lorna, Ruth, Raymond, Kenneth, Leonard and Carman. Frances will be fondly remembered by her many nieces and nephews.

In keeping with Frances’ wishes, cremation arrangements have been entrusted to the John R. Bush Funeral Home, 80 Highland Avenue, Belleville (613-968-5588). A Celebration of Frances’ Life will be held at a later date to be announced. If desired, donations to the Alzheimer’s Society would be appreciated by the family. Online condolences and to share memories of Frances, please visit: www.rushnellfamilyservices.com
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Bonnie Burshaw

Posted at 11:10pm
I think the hardest part at the end was when she was trying to say something and couldn't make the words come out. It broke my heart.
In a way there is relief knowing her confusion and suffering are over, but I miss her so much and I need one more hug.

I remember all of the classes we went to together, the things she taught me: quilting, ceramics, knitting,crochet, sewing my own clothes (I always had to get her to put the sleeves in for me). We had fun dragging our sewing machines up and down the stairs at the school to take a class. Mom would sneak my green-ware in to get fired along with hers. Her instructor must have thought she did nothing but ceramics. We would spend whole Saturday afternoons picking out patterns and colours for a quilt.

We dragged Stephanie all over with us to quilt shows and antique sales, even gave her lessons sewing her own dress. AJ joined us on a trip to Ottawa for Canada Day. It was the year it was so cold and windy the fireworks got cancelled. We got lost getting back to the hotel and left the kids in the car with a stranger so he could back it up into a stall. The pool we were expecting turned out to be a hot tub. We had a lot of fun that weekend and laughed and giggled into the night.

John and Todd always loved our holidays at the cottage. I think they both caught their first fish there.

Whenever I start to cry I make myself think of the memories I have with this wonderful, talented, beautiful lady I was lucky enough to call Mom.

 

Cindy Thompson Posted at 10:03am

perfectly said Bonnie.
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Roxanne Lindberg

Posted at 08:31pm
I love Aunt Fran so much and she will be greatly missed by all that loved and knew her. When I think of Aunt Fran, I alway think about the time she came to Calgary after I got married and she was staying at Aunt Shirley's. I took my new husband over to meet her and her and Aunt Shirley stood there looking at him like a couple of schoolgirls swooning over him. LOL At that point I knew he was a keeper for sure if I got that seal of approval from my two favorite Aunts.
 

Cindy Thompson Posted at 10:06am

Hi Roxanne, what a great memory and it so sounds like them.

Cindy Thompson

Posted at 11:29am
Too many memories to mention. As a little girl, I remember we visited Aunt Fran and Uncle Harvey in Belleville often on College St. Aunt Frances visited us a lot in Deseronto too. Her 65th surprise Birthday party given by my sister Frances who has been gone 25 yrs this yr. Many visits by the sisters Aunt Fran, Aunt Shirley, mom (Lorna) and Aunt Rita came from Toronto to meet at our house in Deseronto.
I miss those times. Bonnie, I know how hard it is to care for parent at end of life and sometimes when death comes it may seem like a blessing when age and illness takes over their personality and from the person we knew and loved. I know I silently have cried many tears over parents and siblings who have crossed over but also have been thankful and felt blessed to be with them when they died.
Bless your heart aunt fran.
And yours too Bon.
Cindy and family

John Burshaw

Posted at 07:27pm
My fondest memories will always be over at Roblin Lake at the cottage, It was home and always an adventure and fun time with family. Will miss and think of Grandma every day. Love you, until we meet again.
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