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Simms LyndaSIMMS, Lynda Mae Simms   -  Passed away peacefully, on June 14, 2022, at home in Oakville, Ontario after a courageous one year battle with brain cancer.

She was 75 years old.

Predeceased by parents, Hayward and Georgie Peckham (née Oland) of Sydney, Nova Scotia; husband, John Edward (Jef) Feeney of Oakville; and sister Jane Campbell of Newmarket.

 Lyn is survived by her loving husband, Richard; and devoted children, Mark of Waterloo, Erin (Adam) and Tara of Toronto; stepsons, Robert (Katrina) of Mississauga, and Michael (Georgia) of Nassau, Bahamas; and niece, Sandy MacKenzie of Newmarket.

Loving Nana to Jeff and Abby Feeney of Waterloo, and Olivia and Kylie Simms of Nassau.

Lyn grew up in Sydney, Nova Scotia, and after graduating from Mount Allison University moved West to pursue a career in Montreal and Toronto.

She later moved to Oakville and became a full-time mother to her three children. 

Lyn met her husband, Richard, in 2002 and there was an immediate bond as two Maritimers living many years in the big city.

Lyn will always be remembered for her constant loyalty to family and friends: first and foremost her three children who were the pride of her life.

She also immediately embraced Richard's sons as family and she was well loved by all. Lyn was passionate about her beloved Siamese cats, golden retrievers, and horses. 

Lyn was an active volunteer at the Women's Centre, Halton where she received her 10 year service pin from the Province of Ontario in 2020.

Lyn always saw the good in others and shared her enthusiasm for life and living with all. A celebration of life will be held at a future time TBD. 

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Charity of Your Choice.