Constance-Ann Ayling (née Rice), 1954–2023

It is with great sadness we mourn the loss of our mother Constance-Ann Rice,
who passed away peacefully surrounded by her family
in Ormstown, on December 26, 2022.

She is survived by her husband David Ayling, her daughters Faye, Heather (Marc) and Natasha, her son Philip, her grandchildren Alex, Kaitlin, Lily, Noah and Hannah, family and friends.

Connie was well liked in the community. A caring nature, she was always willing to lend a helping hand when needed.

We deeply appreciate your expressions of sympathy in this difficult time.
If so desired, donations in her memory to the Canadian Cancer Society
would be much appreciated.

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  1. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    My Deepest Sympathy to Connie’s FAMILY in your LOSS!
    I knew Connie, her Brother’s Albert and Bill, and Parents! They were Neighbours on My Home Road of the Lower Concession of Ormstown!
    Connie was Always Pleasant, and Always with a “SMILE”, when you seen Her! That Photo, speaks of Her So Well!
    My Thoughts and Prayers are with you “ALL” as you Go through this Difficult Time Together! ❤️


  2. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    My sympathies to the families.

    Connie always had a smile and pleasantries to match, what a wonderful personality she had. Will miss greeting her in town…..

    Maureen


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    My sincere condolences to the family, you are all in my thoughts & prayers at this difficult time. When I was working at Valera Moore home , Connie was a great helper, very kind & considerate person, many times went beyond her call of taking care of the elderly, she always had a smile, she was a great listener, I will miss the chats at the IGA, Christmas cards etc, knowing she is at peace now.


  4. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    My deepest sympathies to the family on the lost of Connie. She always greeted you with a big smile and always had time for a little chat.


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    Sometimes the words don’t come at a sad time. We think about good memories. My thoughts went to playing Hide in Seek with Connie at my grandparents farm. I also thought about my time with her in the last couple of months. Connie was a proud mother.


  6. RÉPONDRE // REPLY

    Our deepest sympathies to the family. Connie always had a big smile and was a caring person


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    Connie would always take time to say hi & have a visit. She was great at sending cards at Christmas & get well cards etc – very thoughtful girl!