Kathleen Sadie LOWTHER
passed away peacefully
at Mill Creek Care Centre in Barrie
on Saturday, August 7th 2021
at the age of 98.
Born February, 9th 1923 in Port Greville, Nova Scotia.
She was the daughter of the late Irvin and Eva Allen.
Kathleen was employed by Canadian Car and Foundry
in Amhersh, NS. Kathleen was an avid quilter,
knitter and embroiderer.
She enjoyed playing darts, carpet bowling,
cards and baking for her family.
Kathleen was the wife of the late Truman Lowther.
Mother of the late Gordon Coates of Barrie,
Marilyn (Ralph) LeBlanc of Lower Cloverdale, NB,
Betty (the late Garnet MacKenzie), Sheila (John),
Douglas (Carole) and Kathryn, all of Barrie.
Grandmother of 15 grandchildren,
14 great-grandchildren and 1 great-great grandchild.
She is survived by a sister Christina Gould of Amhersh, NS,
Sister-in-law Marjorie (Glen) Spicer
of Picton, NS, Joyce (Henderson) Allen of Halifax, NS,
and Laverna Lowther of Trenton, NS.
Besides her parents, she is predeceased by her sister
Ola Rockwell and brothers Reagh and Leon.
Kathleen will be sadly missed and fondly remembered
by her many nephews, nieces, family and friends.
Friends may visit with the family at the
Steven R. Bridge Funeral Home,
207 Mill Street Angus, on
Thursday, August 12th 2021
from 12noon until the time of the
PRIVATE FAMILY FUNERAL at 1:00pm.
Interment immediately following
at Barrie Union Cemetery,
338 Sunnidale Road, Barrie.
All are welcome to attend the live stream of Kathleen’s service
by visiting http://www.livememorialservices.com/Home/ServiceDetail/15487
In accordance to directives put in place by provincial governing bodies
and the Public Health Unit, there will be a limit on the number of people
permitted into the funeral home at one time. Please note that wearing a
facial covering and adhering to physical distancing directives is mandatory.
No gathering is permitted in the funeral home parking lot please,
due to the circumstances arising from Covid-19.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to the
Canadian Cancer Society https://www.cancer.ca/
would be appreciated by the family.