It is with many tears, we must announce the passing of our Mom, Grandma (Muga), Sister, Aunt and Friend, Lynne Tubbs on June 27, 2020, with her family by her side.

Grace, poise and beauty are just a few words to describe our Mom. Mom worked 30 + yrs until her illness would no longer let her, she enjoyed every day, the connections she made with the families, patients, volunteers and co-workers at the Royal Alexandra Hospital.

Mom was predeceased by her loving husband, Jerry, her generous and loving parents, Dodd and Aileen, her sweet younger sister Carol, her caring Aunt and Uncle Pete and Addie, her fun-loving cousin Dennis and her kindhearted brother Bud.

She is loved and survived by her handsome, generous brother Jim (Sheila), glamorous and kindest youngest sister Patsy, and sweet baby brother Paul (Theresa). Also, her children, loving son, Guy (Colette); thoughtful daughter, Norine (Bob) and sweet baby girl Nicole. Her awesome grandchildren, Dustin, Vincent, Tate, Anthony, Emily, Keenan, Josie and Marley. Cousins, Sharon (Harry), Clifford, sisters in law, Arlene, Paula, Barb (Joe), brothers in law John, Ray (Linda) and many nieces and nephews, that absolutely loved Aunty Lynne. Best friends, Monica, Bev, Illa, Rosemarie, Aileen, Eva, and many more.

So many people touched our mom’s life, every one of you meant so much to her, we know, in your hearts you are feeling the love and gratitude she had for you.

Mom said “What the heck is going on in this world? I think it’s a good time to check out, move on to new opportunities and be with family and friends that I haven’t seen in a while.”

Mom and our family would like to thank the Doctors, Nurses and staff at the Sturgeon Hospital for making her journey exactly the way she wanted. Covid created challenges that no one would want to have encountered, but the people at the Sturgeon Hospital made it possible to love her and send her on her way with compassion and loving kindness.

Due to Covid and Mom’s request, we will have a celebration, at a later date. With such uncertain times, Mom would want everyone to be safe and take care of each other.

Obstacles in your path are not obstacles, they are your PATH. Make every day a special one, have the life of Riley and donate wherever you feel the need. Good Show. One day at a time.

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