Violet (Dolly) Simpson

August 29, 1930 to December 10, 2016

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Simpson, Violet (Dolly)

Passed away very peacefully after a brief illness, December 10, 2016, Violet (Dolly) Simpson, age 86 years. Predeceased by her parents Robert and Jennie Simpson, brothers Bob and Harry, sisters Marion Tremblett and Florence White. Leaving to mourn brothers Ron (Elsie) and Walter (Alice) and sisters Dorothy Hammond and Ruth, sister-in-law Violet Simpson as well as a large number of extended family. At Dolly’s request, cremation has taken place and there will be no viewing. Arrangements have been entrusted to Carnell’s Funeral Home 329 Freshwater Road. A graveside committal will take place at a later date in Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

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Doll was a woman of quiet confidence, who devoted her life to her family. She will be missed by all who knew her.

Memories of playing Uno, talking loud, laughing and the twinkle in her eye as she smiled, will live with me forever. Her Christmas shortbread will be missed!

“Out da House” will never be the same again.
“D.R.D.” is now missing a D.

To the Simpson Family…Thinking of you and your family at this difficult time. Keep the memories close to your heart and know that we are thinking of you..
Rosemarie Porter and Family

I am so sad to hear about the passing of Violet….She was a long time regular customer of Sobeys Ropewalk lane and we are all in shock and saddened by her passing. May she rest in peace and fly high in the sky looking out to each and everyone one of us. She was the most sweetest loving quiet caring customer I ever had to deal with. R.I.P my angel xoxox

I agree with everything my cousin Debby said! Aunt Doll was a special lady and she will be missed very much.

Yesterday I bid farewell to Dolly, an integral part of our family! “The House,” will never be the same without her. With a happy heart she devoted her life taking care of The Simpson clan. Her easy manner, selflessness, and fairness to all, garnered love, respect and appreciation from each and everyone of us. It brings peace and comfort to my heart knowing the she is now reunited with those gone before, all whom she dearly missed. Rest easy Doll, you are one in a million and I feel so blessed to have had such a special aunt in my live for so many years.
Love,
Debby