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HASTIE, Winifred Nellie - Passed peacefully at Port Perry Nursing Home on January 15th, 2020, in her 102nd year.

Predeceased by her Husband, William (Bill) and her best friend and daughter, Andrea both in 1994.

Winnie was born on January 21st, 1918 in Warndon, England to her parents, Albert Field and Gertrude Field (nee Butcher). 

A Veteran of World War II, Win served as a Radio Telephone Operator until the impending birth of her daughter – Andrea, interrupted her service.

During her service she met the love of her life, Bill – a Mosquito navigator and POW survivor in April 1943 and celebrated 50 years of marriage in 1993.  The adventure began shortly after the war ended and Win and Andrea sailed on the Queen Mary to Halifax and then by rail to their new home in Hamilton, Ontario where they joined Bill who had made the trip home previously.

Survived by her sons – Kenneth (Elaine), Joe (Darlene), Garth (Shannon), and Peter (Maureen). 

Also remembered by her good friend Barbara, many grandchildren and great grandchildren and a great number of friends.

Remembered by many close friends and relatives especially those in England.   

A service to honour Winnie will take place in the spring.

If desired, memorial donations may be made by cheque to the Canadian Cancer Society.

The next time you are working in the garden, out in the fields bird watching or camping think about Winnie – you can be sure that she won’t be far away.