Margaret May Scoble (née Anderson), Sept. 8, 1927 – Mars 28, 2022

May Scoble, age 94, passed away peacefully
on Monday, March 28, 2022.

She was the last of her generation on Fertile Creek Road and lived at home until early February 2022.

May is predeceased by her husband Jim Scoble, her oldest son Richard Scoble and sister her Elizabeth McNaughton.

She is survived by her children:

  • Linda (Doug Wray), grandchildren Logan (Sarah), Ashleigh (Logan Murray) and Julie (Andrew Baisley);
  • Bob (Janet) grandchildren Andrew (Melissa), Erin, Mitchell (Christina).

May is also survived by Richard’s son Derry, and 14 great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be held on Friday, June 17th,2022 at the Riverfield Presbyterian Church, Riverfield, QC at 12:30pm followed by the service at 2:00pm.

 

 

A special thank you to the staff at the CHCH in Huntingdon,
for the excellent care she received there.

In May’s memory donations may be made to the Women’s Auxiliary of the Barrie Memorial Hospital.
or the Riverfield Cemetery, PO Box 357, Howick, QC J0S 1G0.

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    Our sincere sympathies to both Linda and Bob and their families. May was one of the most kindest and loving people I’ve had the privilege to meet. I always cherished each and every visit. A lovely lady that will always be missed, but forever in our hearts.


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    Our deepest sympathy in the loss of your grandmother, Erin. I am sure you will miss her.


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    My deepest sympathy to you Linda and Bob and your families. May was an amazing woman and I will miss our visits to catch up on news of all of the clan and how things were doing on Fertile Creek Road. We had good discussions on many different issues as well. She was the last of her generation of the Andersons and I am so lucky I had the privilege of meeting her and Jimmy and all of you. I’ll toast her with some genuine Maple syrup! Love to you all!❤️


  4. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    May will be missed by all of us, a pillar of fertile creek and community, she was a wonderful human being.


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    I have just accessed my Dear Aunt May’s obituary. She was the longtime loving wife of my Mother’s brother; James Scoble. The only true ‘aunt’ I ever had. My wife, sister and I were blessed to have been able to visit her in Sept. 2021, on the occasion of her 93rd. birthday. She was a wonderful, happy, (and yes, feisty) lady. I am sorry that she is gone, but understand how she suffered with trouble breathing near the end, and am happy for her to be at peace. God will Bless her. To my cousins Bob and Linda (and families) : a loss for you, but a gain for the angels in heaven….Normie


  6. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    Our sincere sympathy to the Scoble families,
    Mrs. Scoble was such a lovely lady and never seemed to change since we first became neighbors on Fertile Creek in 1967. It was always such a pleasure to have a little chat with her; her kind soul will be fondly remembered by us all.
    Pearl & Denis, Jimmy & Brigid, and family


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    So sorry to hear this news. We talked every Christmas getting caught up on the family and local news. Great lady and was the matriarch of the Anderson Clan. I offer condolences on behalf of Winston and myself. Our thoughts are with you Linda and Bob and your families.


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    Our sincerest sympathies to the Scoble families. Thinking of you as you mourn the loss of a wonderful mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. May was such a lovely lady and we know you will treasure your many wonderful memories. Harold and Sandra Brown


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    Our sincere sympathies to the Scoble family. May was a lovely kind neighbour who was always so cheerful.Wonderful memories will be cherished.


  10. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    Please accept my most sincere condolences Linda and Doug. It was always a real pleasure going to pick up the mail and getting chatting with May. Your mom was always in a great mood and enjoyed greeting everyone who popped into the Post Office.


  11. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    Our deepest sympathy Linda, Bob, and all the family. Your mom was such a sweet lady.


  12. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    Our sincere sympathy to your family. May was a lovely person and will be missed by all.


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    Our sincere sympathy to all the Scoble family for their loss of May.S

    Our deepest sympathy to all the Scoble for the loss of May, she will be missed.
    From Ross and Gretta Whyte


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    Our sincere sympathy to your family on the passing of your mom Linda
    The heavens have a bright new star to watch over you all
    Hugs to you
    Glen & Janice Culp
    Irricana, AB


  15. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    Our Sincere Sympathies to all the families .. she was so kind hearted, and a beautiful smile


  16. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    My sincerest condolences Linda, Bob and to your families. She was a lovely lady with a ready smile.


  17. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    Our sincere sympathies to all the family. We have fond memories of her, especially at Halloween when the kids were young.


  18. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    She was a lovely lady,I often served her while working at Verger Stevenson, always a smile and good things to say about everyone. My deepest sympathy to her family


  19. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    Our deepest sympathy to Bob, Linda and your families. She was a very special lady!


  20. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    My Deepest Sympathy to Linda, Bob and your Families! I knew your MOM, what a Lovely Person She was, with a Friendly “Hello” and a “SMILE” on Her Face Always!
    My Thoughts and Prayers are with you ALL in this Difficult time!
    Hold Onto Your MEMORIES! ❤️