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55 Charing Cross Street
Brantford, ON N3R 2H4
Phone: 519-753-8655
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Marjorie Storey

Marjorie Storey

Friday, March 2nd, 1928 - Tuesday, March 17th, 2020
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Peacefully on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 at St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre with her family by her side in her 93rd year. Predeceased by her husband John (2008). Devoted mother of Ralph Storey (Jayne), Carol Brinsmead (the late Stephen 2015) and Doug Storey (Janet). Cherished grandma of Derek Bean (Cassandra), Melanie Billone (John), Lisa Taylor (Gregg), Matthew Storey (Sanjana), Whitney Skoreyko (Michael) and Blake Storey (Aimee). Loving great-grandmother of Noelle, Samantha, Piper, Reid, Evander and Hadley. Also survived by her sister Anna Wright (Derrick). Predeceased by her siblings Dorothy Lambier and Albert Waring. The family would like to thank the staff at St. Joseph’s Lifecare Centre for their compassionate care. Private arrangements entrusted to the TOLL FUNERAL HOME, 55 Charing Cross Street, Brantford.
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Lisa Raeann

Posted at 08:51pm
Truly the best Gramma that a ‘Girls’ (Gramma’s nickname for me) could ask for. She taught me so much in our time together. Miss you, love you, glad you are at peace.

Melanie Billone

Posted at 10:48pm
I have so many wonderful memories of my grandma. She was gentle, caring, a great listener and great at baking! I loved spending time with her and it didn't matter what we did, I always had fun! I'm going to miss my grandma very much, but I know she's at peace. Love, Mel xoxo

Whitney Marie

Posted at 05:24pm
Grandma's eulogy
Written by Doug Storey

It is with deep regrets that the rapidly changing events occurring in our world today prevent me from being with all of you as you celebrate the life of my mother, Marjorie Storey.

Marjorie was born in 1928 in Brantford, Ontario. Her father, Albert, died when Marjorie was four years old. She, along with her three siblings, Dorothy, Albert, and Anna were raised by her single mother, Jean. Her mother obviously did a tremendous job of raising her as my mother lived her life to the highest moral and ethical standard.

She married my father, John, in 1949 and together they raised three children. Ralph, the oldest and as he may say the wisest, Carol the infamous middle child and me the youngest, the baby of the family.

Growing up as children, we did not have a lot, but we were always well cared for. Some of my fondest memories growing up were around mom’s cooking. I remember coming home from school to the smell of fresh baked cookies. I would grab a handful and head out on my paper route. Mother was famous in the family for her butter tarts that were known to be stockpiled, hoarded and hidden so others may not enjoy.

Another great memory was our yearly trips to a rental cottage in Port Elgin. We would load up the trunk, back seat and floor of the old car and head to the beach for a week. All these kids to this day talk about Jerry’s fries. Port Elgin became a second-generation memory as Port Elgin was always part of our trips home for Matthew, Whitney, and Blake. All of them talk about Port Elgin and I am sure those memories will be part of their children’s lives as well.

Christmas was another time of special memories. My mother did not like the smell of garlic sausage and would not allow it in her fridge. Once a year though, at Christmas, my dad was allowed to buy what my mom called “stinky meat” and keep it in the fridge. I loved it and that is a memory of Christmas growing up for me.

As I said earlier, mom was raised to high moral standards. She instilled those values in Ralph, Carol, and I. It was her guidance as children that set us up for success as adults. I would not have went on to have the success I had in life had it not been for the moral foundation I was raised with.

In the days ahead, our family here in Sherwood Park, Alberta, will gather for dinner where we will share thoughts, memories and a few laughs about mom and grandma as you are doing today. We can take comfort that mother lived a long and full life and is truly at peace. We will miss her, think of her often, but take comfort that she in a better place. God bless.

Jayne Storey

Posted at 04:01pm
My mother-in-law was a quiet woman. Just wanted to be in their own home (that my father-in-law built by the way) with family; their beautiful gardens, and...THE CAT (but that's a story for another day!). Looking back with fond memories! Always a desk stocked full of craft supplies for the grandchildren; would often babysit (sometimes with no notice) entertaining her charge(s) for hours with games of Crazy Eights or episodes of Days of Our Lives, Jeopardy and more ; always treats and a can of 'pop' on hand for the kids or a cup of coffee for the adults (you had to go to John if you wanted something with a little more kick). Sunday dinners extraordinaire. Fork tender roast beef. Usually two kinds of pie! Butter and cocoanut tarts! Life was good. If you left the table hungry, it was your own fault. I could go on (and on) but you get the point. Sadly, her last years were not without difficulties but she was always just like that "Ever Ready Bunny"! As sad and bittersweet as it is, I am relieved that she is resting in peace. Godspeed, Marge. Jayne

Blake and Aimee

Posted at 03:41pm
Although we were provinces away, I could not have been luckier to have Grandma in our lives. I will always remember Grandma's beautiful garden, her amazing tarts, which she would send us every Christmas, and how kind and loving she was when we would drive to Ontario to visit. Grandma will be missed, but I take comfort knowing that she is at peace tending to her garden and sitting with papa on their back porch.


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