Florence Lillian May Lester

May 15, 1927 to January 27, 2022


Passed peacefully away at Saint Luke’s Homes, with family by her side on Thursday, January 27, 2022.

Predeceased by her parents, all her siblings and her husband Clayton.

Leaving to mourn her sons, Tyrone (Pam), Roger (Dawn), and daughter Debbie (Bob) Garland; grandchildren Gillian (Andy), Andrea, Lindsay, Laine (John), Devon (Jonathan), Erica (Constantine), Amy, Jonathan (Sara); great-grandchildren Ava, Jakob, Wren, Fiona, Aidan, Benjamin, and Jacob; step-grandchildren Charlotte, Lyla, Imogen, and Lyla; as well as many nieces and nephews.

Mom was a very beautiful, kind and warm-hearted person.

Thank you to the staff at Saint Luke’s Homes for their care and compassion toward Mom for the last 12 years.

At the family’s request, there will be no visitation. A graveside service will be held on Monday, January 31 at 3 p.m., in The Anglican Cemetery, Kenmount Road.

No flowers by request. Donations can be made to Anglican Homes.



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Debbie, Tyrone, Roger and Family
My condolences to you in this sad time. During these waves of changes I hope you find some peace in the joy Aunt Florence created in you and her world.

Tyrone, Roger and Debbie and families. We just learned of your mom’s passing and wish to send sincere condolences to all of you. May your memories of times spent with her give you comfort now and in the days ahead.

Our condolences on the passing of Aunt Florence. Many fond memories from childhood.

What a wonderful picture of Florence., catching her loveliness, mischievous smile, readiness to laugh, and warm loving spirit. It was my privilege to have her as my mother-in-law, and I cherish many fond memories of good times together. What a joyous reunion with Clayton! Debbie, Tyrone, and Roger, you have a wonderful Lester legacy. May you experience much peace that your mother is free at last.

Debbie, my condolences on the passing of your beautiful mother. She was a strong woman. God Bless!

My sincere condolences on the passing of your dear mother. She was a kind, generous lady and a good friend. I have wonderful memories of many good times we shared with the 50+ Club.

I remember your mom well when we lived on Brookfield Road. Those were the good old days with Livie, Elaine (-mom) and your mom. They could certainly laugh. It was a great childhood., Sending heartfelt condolences. Paulette(Poirier) Andrews and family.

Sincerest sympathy on the passing of your Mom. She was always a kind, pleasant, friendly lady. She was quick to offer a ride home from Bishop’s in the good old days. Treasure your precious memories. we will keep you in our thoughts.
Ron and Jackie
Your Mom’s passing is the same date of my Mom 2020 at St. Luke’s…..Jackie

Debbie,Tyrone and Roger
So sorry to hear of your mom’s passing.Many happy memories of our parents together.All us kids together
fishing and Terra Nova..
Love to you all.

Our sincere sympathy on the passing of your mother.

Deepest condolences on your loss. Aunt Florence was a lovely lady. Cherish your fond memories of your happy days with her. Know that we are with you in spirit during this difficult time, especially in light of Covid and it’s restrictions.

Ty, Roger, and Debbie. I remember your parents very well while growing up on Mt. Pearl Rd (Brookfield Rd). My parents often played cards with them. They were very nice people to all.

So sorry to hear of your moms passing.our condolences to the family

Ty, Roger and Debbie. We remember your mom and dad with such fond memories and the many visits to our home on Brookfield, especially on Christmas Eve for meat pie. Sending our deepest sympathy to you and your families.

Ty, Roger and Debbie. So sorry to hear about the passing of your mom..
I can remember your mom and dad coming to our home Christmas Eve for meat pie.
Sending you and your families our deepest condolences.
Poirier family. ( Brookfield rd.)