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SCOTT, Aileen Pearl (nee FEIR) - Aileen was born December 19, 1921 in Uxbridge and passed away gracefully, March 3, 2017, at the Brampton Civic Hospital.

Aileen was predeceased by her loving husband of 57 years, John Whitney (Scotty), her daughter Catherine Kamber and son-in-law Paul Kamber. Loving mother of Lynda (Keith), Larry (Christine), Patricia (Rein) and Joanne (Patrick). Proud grandmother of 15 grandchildren, 24 great- grandchildren and 1 great-great- grandchild.

Aileen's family was her passion and delight. She was a pillar of strength, respected and loved deeply by all. Truly an inspiration with her hard work, determination, fairness and the desire to succeed with any challenge. Her home was full to bursting with family for her Christmas dinners and celebrations, her door always open for a visit and she loved the spontaneous drop ins.

She had a passion for sports that started at a young age, participating and competing. Softball was her favourite and in later years, she became an avid bowler until the age of 90. She was known to challenge her teenage children to a race around the block after Sunday dinner. She loved to watch all sports and followed the Blue Jays faithfully and knew all the players and stats. A visit to her house would often include a game of cards and her competitive nature would have her winning often.

The love of her cottages included time to enjoy and connect with her sisters and put her building skills to use. For several years she enjoyed the winter stays in Florida with Scotty. The many friends they made and the varied activities brought much joy. Aileen was accomplished in so many ways and would tackle a job or activity with a zest to complete successfully and well. From building a cottage to her many beautiful knitted baby blankets that are now heirlooms.

She loved gardening from the well maintained, beautiful flowers to the vegetable garden supplying fresh vegetables with pride to her family. She will be missed dearly.

Per Aileen's wishes, cremation has taken place and a family celebration of life will take place at a later date. Donations in Aileen's memory can be made to Children's Wish Foundation or charity of choice.

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SCOTT, Aileen Pearl (nee FEIR) - Aileen was born December 19, 1921 in Uxbridge and passed away gracefully, March 3, 2017, at the Brampton Civic Hospital.

Aileen was predeceased by her loving husband of 57 years, John Whitney (Scotty), her daughter Catherine Kamber and son-in-law Paul Kamber. Loving mother of Lynda (Keith), Larry (Christine), Patricia (Rein) and Joanne (Patrick). Proud grandmother of 15 grandchildren, 24 great- grandchildren and 1 great-great- grandchild.

Aileen's family was her passion and delight. She was a pillar of strength, respected and loved deeply by all. Truly an inspiration with her hard work, determination, fairness and the desire to succeed with any challenge. Her home was full to bursting with family for her Christmas dinners and celebrations, her door always open for a visit and she loved the spontaneous drop ins.

She had a passion for sports that started at a young age, participating and competing. Softball was her favourite and in later years, she became an avid bowler until the age of 90. She was known to challenge her teenage children to a race around the block after Sunday dinner. She loved to watch all sports and followed the Blue Jays faithfully and knew all the players and stats. A visit to her house would often include a game of cards and her competitive nature would have her winning often.

The love of her cottages included time to enjoy and connect with her sisters and put her building skills to use. For several years she enjoyed the winter stays in Florida with Scotty. The many friends they made and the varied activities brought much joy. Aileen was accomplished in so many ways and would tackle a job or activity with a zest to complete successfully and well. From building a cottage to her many beautiful knitted baby blankets that are now heirlooms.

She loved gardening from the well maintained, beautiful flowers to the vegetable garden supplying fresh vegetables with pride to her family. She will be missed dearly.

Per Aileen's wishes, cremation has taken place and a family celebration of life will take place at a later date. Donations in Aileen's memory can be made to Children's Wish Foundation or charity of choice.

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