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Nancy Bone

Nancy Ann Bone (Tinkess)

Wednesday, September 3rd, 1952 - Monday, February 22nd, 2021
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Obituary

It is with great sadness that after a brief illness and surrounded by family and loved ones our beloved Nancy left us to be with the Lord
She was born in Fort Frances, the daughter of Alice and Roy Tinkess and grand daughter of Norrie and Mabel Godin.
She quit school early and began waitressing at the New Lunch cafe and from there and from there almost every restaurant in town. She was so loved by her many regular customers that some would move with her.that was how she met her husband Bill.
They would be together for thirty seven years. They travelled when they could and her favourite place was the Black Hills of South Dakota. She and son Dan travelled to the west coast to make some memories. They were like two peas in a pod when they were together and it was wonderful to here her share with everyone. In her final years she loved being on their houseboat watching God's beauty in all she saw around her, especially sunrises and sunsets.
She joined Calvary Baptist Church in 2016 and was baptized July 15 2019 she deeply loved and was loved by her wonderful church family.
She was predeceased by her parents and grandparents,brother Bob and young son Louis.
She is survived by husband Bill, sons Dan and John, step children Christie(Al), Kevin(Toey)Jonathan and six grand children and two great grand children. As well as sister Elaine and husband Glen and nieces and nephew.
Cremation has taken place and a service will take place at Calvary Baptist church with attendance limited to immediate family and some church members due to restrictions.

If you wish to attend by Zoom you can email the church at the address below for link information. emocbc@gmail.com.

If desired memorial donations may be made to the charity of your choice in Nancy's memory by cheque c/o to Northridge Funeral Home Emo, Box 89, Emo, ON. P0W 1E0.
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Jerrod Shermoen

Posted at 08:50am
Bill and family,
It's hard to believe this happened so fast. We are so sorry for your loss. The world lost a good one with Nancy. Her smile and happy go lucky attitude was infectious. We will sure miss her visits and laughter at Bear Pass. We so wish we could be with you in person today but will watch the video feed.
Jerrod and Beth
LC

LuAnne Caul

Posted at 10:52am
Bill and all of Nancy's family,
I am so sorry for your loss. Let all the cherished memories hug you through the days to come. You are all in my prayers.
LuAnne Caul
SN

Shelly Nastor

Posted at 08:55am
I’m so sorry for your loss. Nancy will be remembered fondly and will be missed greatly. Her hearty laugh will continue to be heard forever.
 

Jen Aveyard Posted at 10:38am

Trees grow I will grow Where water flows I flow Where sunshine be I shall be Coffee of happiness shall be poured Where happiness of coffee is My laughter is A journey on For I Am everywhere In most beautiful place of all
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