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Hilda Sim

Hilda Sim - Kingsville Celebration Centre

May 11, 1920 - January 27, 2020
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Obituary

Born May 11, 1920, passed away peacefully January 27, 2020 at Erie Shores Health Care Leamington. Born in England came to Canada as a War Bride during World War II. Survived by children Jacqui Flood (Bob) Essex, John Sim (Pat), Jean Banwell, Kingsville, Joy Sim-Robbins (Michael) Pain Court.
Grandchildren: Kim Fick, Kathleen Bovenkamp (Mark), Kirk Tofflemire (Christine), Ron Gillis, Andy
Coghill (Pauline), Wendy Bluhm, John Sim (Liz), Andrew Bateman (Amanda), Jessica Christian (Scott) Jared Sim (Samantha), Joel Sim and Jake Sim.

Great-Grandchildren: Karsen and Katelyn Bovenkamp, Jenna, Zack and Lucas Tofflemire, Jacob, Carissa and Grace Coghill, Kaydence, Ashton, and Aiden Sim, Jack and Jed Christian, Joshua and Cassandra Bluhm, Eric, Justin and Nicole Hunt, and Ryan Perrault.
Sister-in-law Mildred Sandstedt (Ralph) of Windsor and many nieces and nephews.
Special tea time gals Gloria Rupert, Sandy Binns, and Donna Baes.
Predeceased by husbands Albert Fountain (1943) and John Alfred Sim (2010), son Jeff Sim, daughter-in-law Victoria Sim, and granddaughter Carol Hunt.
Hilda was a veteran and the first woman President of Branch 188 Legion in Kingsville, served four 2 year terms as Deputy Zone Commander and two 2 year terms as Zone Commander.
A private family internment following cremation.
In lieu of flowers, donations to The Charlie Campbell Memorial Military Museum at the Kingsville Historical Park would be appreciated.
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Donations are being accepted for: KINGSVILLE HISTORICAL PARK INC.

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Marlene

Posted at 03:05pm
Joy and Michael, so sorry for your loss.

Bill & Marlene
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Carol barker

Posted at 11:34am
We loved hilda at our apartment building n we will miss her when we play dice again. She was lively at the age of 99.
AK

Alice and Rick Klassen

Posted at 10:50am
Our condolences to the Hilda's family.......we will miss her here at the Legion Estates......she and Alice sat together in their wheelchairs for Tues night teas and we're good friends and it was always a pleasure for me talking to her.....she has earned her rest.....Alice & Rick Klassen
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Janet Bergeron

Posted at 08:53am
On behalf of Quilts of Valour Canada, our most sincere condolences to Jacqui and all of Hilda’s family. Janet Bergeron, QOVC rep for Windsor/Essex

Georgina Whittaker

Posted at 06:25am
Hilda was the sweetest,kindest,friendliest lady. I have the greatest fond memories of of her.Rest now Hilda your work is done.


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