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Gloria Nada Thompson nee Boland June 4, 1927 - May 21, 2015

Gloria Nada Thompson (nee Boland) of Ottawa peacefully passed away at Dundas Manor Nursing Home in Winchester Ontario on Thursday, May 21, 2015. Beloved wife of the late Olin (Tommy) Thompson for 53 years. Loving mother of Greg Thompson (Sue), Pat Watson (Mike) and Shane Thompson (Laura). Devoted “Nanny” of Derek (Kim), Corey (Christal), Rob (Karen), Laine, Britney, Leigha and Kendra. Great-Nanny of Gemma, Karlie, Nellie, Oscar and Axel. Precious friend and companion of Jennifer Chen. Dearly loved aunt, friend and neighbour of many. Gloria expressed her love and gratitude to the staff of Dundas Manor with a smile every day. Her family deeply appreciate the superior care and love Gloria received there for almost 4 years. Special thanks to Dr. Sarah Dello Sbarba for her kindness and care of Gloria.

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Funeral service will be held at 10 am on Tuesday, May 26th at St Paul’s Anglican Church, 5462 Main Street in Osgoode. Interment at Springhill Cemetery in Metcalfe. Reception following at the Royal Canadian Legion, 3284 Sunstrum Street, Osgoode. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Dundas Manor Activity Fund in memory of Gloria to provide needing residents with a visiting companion. Online condolences may be made to www. byersfuneralhomeinc.ca

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    Jo-Ann Theriault says

    Gloria was a neighbour of my parents,
    George and Patricia Chamberlain, when she was living on Greenboro Cr. and a very good friend too.Because of my parents, I too had the privelege of knowing Gloria. I have this image of her in her sneakers , shorts and windbreaker with free weights in her hands and headphones on her ears doing her daily power walking around the neighbourhood. She’d stop by at my parents place most days , just to say hi , with that beautiful smile of hers.She’d invite them over for a cool drink in her lovely garden in the summer , and in the winter to watch the hockey games. Gloria was an excellent seamstress and did many alterations for my Mom and me both, all to perfection, and again with that beautiful smile.A true lady, elegant in her personal style and a warm, caring personality.My Mom’ always called her Glory-Bee , which she seemed to truly relish.

    My sincerest condolences to the family.We will miss her.

    Jo-Ann Theriault (Chamberlain)

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    Trudy Chamberlain says

    I am the daughter of Patricia Chamberlain, Gloria’s very close friend and Greenboro neighbour. My mother wants you all to know how much she misses her dearest friend Glory ‘B’ ; her Tim Horton’s buddy, her seamstress, her neighbour, her smile and her kindness and never ending ray of sunshine.
    I too will miss our hockey banter as she would tease me about my cheering for the Montreal Canadiens and I teasing her about her Senators…to this day I still have a voice recording of her teasing me over the phone about a particular game and like in every conversation we ended Gloria would always finish with, I Love Ya! You truly were a gem of a lady and on behalf of my mother and I, We Love You!

    Trudy & Patricia Chamberlain

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    Carol Burtonshaw says

    Although Gloria started off as a client, she soon became a friend. What an incredibly smart lady she was. Self sufficient to the end and fun to boot. I loved her sense of humour and the hugs we gave each other. She left the world a better place, My condolences to all the family. You couldn’t have asked for a better mom. She loved you all so much.

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