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MADILL, Lillian Kathleen (nee Turner) Madill  November 7, 1922 - October 28, 2022

Kay was born in Stouffville, Ontario, on November 7, 1922.

She attended school in Stouffville and then joined Dominion Business College in Toronto.

When she was 21 years, she joined the Royal Canadian Navy.

During most of her service she was stationed in Quebec City.

As Lead Wren, she prepared pay envelopes for the sailors and guarded by other members of the RCN, went aboard the ships to distribute the packets to the sailors.

She was honourably discharged in 1945. Kay met Bob Madill while they were both serving in the Navy and they married in Stouffville, Ontario in 1945.

Kay and Bob lived in Claremont, Ontario for many years and then moved to Pickering Village.

Kay is predeceased by her parents, Lloyd and Della Turner, her brother Grant and her much loved husband of 64 years, Bob Madill.
Kay is survived by her five children: Brian (Valerie), Marilyn (Don), Donna (Dean), Patti (Dennis) and Colleen (Yvon). She was the much-loved grandmother to 11 grandchildren and many great grandchildren.

She loved them all very much.

Kay touched many people in her life. She was a member of Claremont United Church and then Pickering Village United Church. She was a charter member of Branch 483 Royal Canadian Legion in Claremont.

Kay was an amazing person. She was gracious, kind, caring and loving.

No matter your issues, she had a place for you in her heart. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Kay was from a special generation of people. We may never see their like again.

Kay was 10 days away from her 100th birthday.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Sleeping Children Around the World or a  CHARITY of one's choice.

Arrangements with McEachnie Funeral Home.

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