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BAER, Margaret Joan (nee White) —  Peacefully at Georgian Bay Hospital in Midland on February 2, 2017.

Joan was predeceased by Jim Milner, the love of her life.

Predeceased by her parents, Fred and Bernice and her brothers Dave (Ruth), Bill and Andy.

Joan was loved by her step-children Sheridan Nakai (deceased), Lynne Milner, Melanie Pon (Malcolm), Rhys Milner and Michelle Milner (Jason).

Sadly missed by her grandchildren Celeste, James, Katja, Eric, Alex and C.J. Joan will be remembered with great affection by her good friends Peter, Cindy and Allison (Bob) Varcoe and her much loved 'northern family', the Daylor clan.

Joan spent most of her working career teaching primary school in downtown Toronto - a vocation she loved. She was a voracious reader, loved her dogs Mister and Missy, enjoyed writing and gardening and was an avid traveller with Jim. Her great love was spending time at the cottage with a good book, a glass of red in hand and the far-off call of a loon.

Joan was a lovely person who always saw the best in people. She will be missed.

In keeping with Joan's wishes, her cremated remains, along with Jim's, will be scattered at Loon Lake.

A celebration of her life will take place at a later date.

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BAER, Margaret Joan (nee White) —  Peacefully at Georgian Bay Hospital in Midland on February 2, 2017.

Joan was predeceased by Jim Milner, the love of her life.

Predeceased by her parents, Fred and Bernice and her brothers Dave (Ruth), Bill and Andy.

Joan was loved by her step-children Sheridan Nakai (deceased), Lynne Milner, Melanie Pon (Malcolm), Rhys Milner and Michelle Milner (Jason).

Sadly missed by her grandchildren Celeste, James, Katja, Eric, Alex and C.J. Joan will be remembered with great affection by her good friends Peter, Cindy and Allison (Bob) Varcoe and her much loved 'northern family', the Daylor clan.

Joan spent most of her working career teaching primary school in downtown Toronto - a vocation she loved. She was a voracious reader, loved her dogs Mister and Missy, enjoyed writing and gardening and was an avid traveller with Jim. Her great love was spending time at the cottage with a good book, a glass of red in hand and the far-off call of a loon.

Joan was a lovely person who always saw the best in people. She will be missed.

In keeping with Joan's wishes, her cremated remains, along with Jim's, will be scattered at Loon Lake.

A celebration of her life will take place at a later date.

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