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Gladys Kinsman

Gladys Ruth Kinsman

Sunday, July 21st, 1946 - Friday, February 7th, 2020
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Passed away peacefully on Friday February 7th. after a courageous battle with Cancer.
Predeceased by her husband Paul and survived by her daughter Shelley.

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susan coutts

Posted at 12:34pm
I've known Gladys through tracking for a long time. Always enjoyed talking to her, unfortunately we didn't physically often see each other. She was always supportive of what I did with my dogs, and always gave me praise for what I had accomplished with them. We often talked about birds as well. She was a tough lady, having gone through so much. I am so sorry, Shelley,.

Bernice Belward

Posted at 12:12pm
I knew Gladys when she was young girl. We lived in Scarborough. She was full of life and had a bubbly personality. She was my friend, Pat's sister. I didn't see much of her as we had all moved on with our lives but one day we ran into each other at a bus stop and she was all grown up and still as beautiful and lovely as ever. This is the memory of her that I will remember always. Years later we found each other on Facebook and I'm so happy for that. Her love of Dogs and the wonderful pictures she took of her babies and the amazing closeups of beautiful Birds in her backyard always gave me pleasure. I'm an animal person too so there was a connection. RIP my lovely girl, no more pain and know that your babies will be taken care of with the same love and commitment by your daughter.
Shelly, we have never met but I know you are as loving and kind as your Mom. My condolences to you.
Bernice

Steve Hill

Posted at 08:17am
Very sorry for your loss Shelley. I met your mother Gladys only a few years ago in dog sports. Were ever Gladys went; she was always welcome, always positive and helpful. I am only one of many that will miss her, I am very glad to have known her. RIP Gladys.
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Diana Kirkaldy

Posted at 04:26pm
I first met Gladys dog training and trialling with Oshawa Obedience Association. We were friends for many years. My fondest memory is when she gifted me her dear mother’s knitting supplies as Gladys didn’t knit but knew I did - so thoughtful...will miss her - Rest In Peace my friend
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Betty Kirkaldy

Posted at 03:39pm
So sorry to hear of Gladys passing, she was a lovely lady. I remember meeting her at an obedience trial, I think we were both in early stages of trialing our dogs. We met at many obedience trials, I always looked for her to see how she was doing. Then we met again when we both worked trials for Oshawa Obedience. She will be missed by family and friends.
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