//

 

Johnstone JanetJOHNSTONE, Janet (nee Pryde) - Passed away on March 15th, 2017.

Janet Johnstone (nee Pryde) was born in Stirling, Scotland in 1931 to Thomas and Jean Pryde. She was the eldest of five siblings (Joan, twins Tommy & Lena, and Anne)

In 1955 she married the love of her life, Robert Johnstone in Stirlingshire, Scotland and for 62 years they were a team. Two became three in 1957 with the birth of their daughter, Sheena (Ian Thomas).

Over the years, they celebrated the birth of two granddaughters, Jessica and Breanne Maynard.

She will be remembered for her bravery, her vibrant sense of humour, her ability to tell it like it is, and make a mean grilled cheese, incredible pot roast and delicious pecan pie.

Janet, Mummy, Gramma - You are the most courageous, brave, hard working, strong, sweet, thoughtful, kind and generous person we have ever known. If the world was full of more people like you, it would be a far better place. You will be in our hearts forever. XO.

A donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation in honour of Janet will be accepted.

HaltonObituaries.com

{fastsocialshare}

 

Johnstone JanetJOHNSTONE, Janet (nee Pryde) - Passed away on March 15th, 2017.

Janet Johnstone (nee Pryde) was born in Stirling, Scotland in 1931 to Thomas and Jean Pryde. She was the eldest of five siblings (Joan, twins Tommy & Lena, and Anne)

In 1955 she married the love of her life, Robert Johnstone in Stirlingshire, Scotland and for 62 years they were a team. Two became three in 1957 with the birth of their daughter, Sheena (Ian Thomas).

Over the years, they celebrated the birth of two granddaughters, Jessica and Breanne Maynard.

She will be remembered for her bravery, her vibrant sense of humour, her ability to tell it like it is, and make a mean grilled cheese, incredible pot roast and delicious pecan pie.

Janet, Mummy, Gramma - You are the most courageous, brave, hard working, strong, sweet, thoughtful, kind and generous person we have ever known. If the world was full of more people like you, it would be a far better place. You will be in our hearts forever. XO.

A donation to the Heart and Stroke Foundation in honour of Janet will be accepted.

HaltonObituaries.com

{fastsocialshare}