Sheila Pynn (Fowler)

March 10, 1931 to April 18, 2020


Passed away at the Palliative Care Unit L.A Miller Centre after a short illness.

Predeceased by her loving husband, Wilson Pynn and loving daughter Sheila Cousins (Pynn), Mother and Father Harry, and Annie Fowler (Curnew). Brothers and Sisters Anastahia (Stash) Lane, Henry Fowler, Patrick (Pat) Fowler, Loretta Flemming.

Leaving to mourn with fond and loving memories Daughter Margie (Lou) Wells, Special Grandchild Lee Cousins, Son-in-law Levi Cousins, Sister Kathleen (Kay) Gosse. Grandchildren Clinton Cousins, Steven (Jennifer) Wells and Keith Wells. Great Grandchildren Alyssa, Ashton, Julia, Chloe and Olivia. Fred (Freddie) Norman who was like a son to Mom and Dad. To all her nieces, nephews and friends.

Mom was a longtime employee with Macy’s at the Avalon Mall and Churchill Square and loved all the people she met while working there. Her favourite pass time was baking cakes and cookies, especially at Christmas time. She will be dearly missed by many.

A special thank you to Dr. Peter Noel and the Doctors and Nurses at the Palliative Care Unit.

Cremation has taken place and funeral arrangements will be announced at a later date.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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So sorry to hear of Sheila’s passing.. We have many fond memories of Sheila when she would come to our home to babysit our children. They still remember her and mention her. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Margie and family, So sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. Just short while ago we were wondering how she was enjoying life. As you know we worked together for a long time at macy’s Churchill square. Our deepest condolences to the family.

Mrs. Wells & family,

So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing. Thinking of you at this difficult time and sending love.

Sorry to hear of Mrs. Pynn’s passing. I worked with her at Macy’s, Avalon Mall. So many years ago, but so nice to remember such a caring and pleasant lady. She was always so helpful to me, it was a pleasure to have worked with her. My condolences to her family at this very sad time. .

Margie and family we are heartbroken to hear about aunt Sheila’s passing. I really enjoyed my phone calls with aunt Sheila and will certainly miss our sweet treats. She always made sure to have snowballs made for Darlene . Anytime we visited, out she would come with the cookies. She will be so missed. Once everything is back to normal we will be around again. Love you.

Margie we send our condolences on the passing of your mom. She was a wonderful neighbor for many years. Whenever I drop in to her house she would give me cookies to bring home they were her 5 star cookies and they were amazing. Dad and mom always enjoyed the cakes she would send in.

Mom and dad send their condolences also. May God give you and your family strength during this time

Sorry for your loss.

I was saddened to read of Mrs. Pynn’s passing. I worked with her for a number of years at Macy’s in Churchill Square and have wonderful memories, especially, Saturday mornings we would be cleaning (ie: dusting) and dancing to the songs of the Irish Newfoundland show. Other moments such as going out to the pharmacy next store to get ice cream, especially during the hot summer months, to buy the “snack and a half”. There are so many more memories of fun and laughter. I did meet her and Sheila in the Avalon Mall a year ago, and we had a great chat including as always laughter. I think of her often. To the family, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time, and may you find strength during the days ahead with the wonderful memories.

Margie, Lou and family,

So very sorry to hear of your mothers passing. May you find strength during the days ahead with the beautiful memories you have created over the years gone by.

Finally finding peace knowing that your mom is now free from pain and together with those loved ones gone before her. Our deepest sympathies to you all..

Heather & Rob Pittman