Dorothy "Jean" Laur

Dorothy “Jean” Laur
March 29, 1920-September 27, 2020
Laur- Peacefully on Sunday September 27, 2020 at Twin Lakes Terrace Sarnia, Ontario, Dorothy “Jean” Laur passed away at the age of 100. Dear wife of the late Raymond Laur (1999) and loved companion of the late William Sadleir (2011). Much loved by daughter Dorothy Nielsen of London. Jean was predeceased by her sons Ross (2012) and Leroy (1999). Jean is the dear mother-in-law of Mary Laur of Point Edward and Judy Laur of Salmon Arm BC. Much loved grandmother of Carl (Yve), Karen, Walter (Michele), William (Sheila), Christina (Guillermo), Jeffery (Michele), Linda (Jason), Jody (Brock) and Jennifer. She is survived by many great-grandchildren and great-great grandchildren. Jean is also survived by her sister-in-law Jean White and her brother-in-law Jim Laur (Joan) and by many nieces, nephews and cousins. She will be fondly remembered William Sadleir's daughters, Leslie Nuk (Peter) and Marlene Mott. She was also predeceased by her parents Jim and Lena White; her sister, Isabel Warner (late Rozzie); her brother, Wilbert White; her son-in-law, Ole Nielsen (2016) and great- granddaughter Kimberley Laur (2002) Jean was an avid genealogist, quilter and crocheter. All of her descendants cherish the quilts and afghans she has made them. Jean was a long time member of St Luke's United Church and enjoyed attending White Cane meetings. She will be missed by many.
The family would like to express their thanks to the staff at Twin Lakes Terrace for all they have done for Jean. The funeral service will be held at Knight Funeral Home, 588 St. Clair Parkway, Corunna on Wednesday September 30, 2020 with Rev. Marilyn Townsend-Smith officiating. Due to COVID-19 circumstances the service is by invitation only. Please contact the family to request an invitation. Masks or face coverings are mandatory and you must supply your own. Interment will follow at Moore-Union Cemetery, Mooretown. Donations to St Luke's United Church or a charity of your choice will be appreciated. Messages and condolences may be left online at www.knightfuneralhome.ca Knight 519-862-2845

Visitation Information

There will be no public visitation.

Donations

St Luke's United Church Charity of One's Choice

Funeral Date

A private family service will be held.

4 thoughts on “Dorothy "Jean" Laur”

  1. Just wanted to say goodbye to a wonderful Aunt. Although we didn’t see you much, we sure enjoyed visiting with you when we were home. Would also love to thank you for the lovely knitted blankets that have kept us warm and comfortable all these years. You were such and Angel here on Earth, and now you have earned your wings. Fly high Aunt Jean, we appreciate you looking out for us from above.

    Love,
    Doug, Kelly, Keila, Trevor, Treycen, and soon to be baby Zorn❤️

  2. Jane Cassino - Mary Roberts - Nancy Dampier

    Our condolences to all the family, we have only met Jean" a few times, but we know how much will miss her.

    Sorry for your grief

  3. Jim and Claire White

    Dear Mary and family,
    Please know it is with our deepest condolences to hear of your loss.
    Her spirit is now free to soar!
    We feel so fortunate to have had one last visit and make Aunt Jean smile remembering a wee bit of family history.
    Our memories will remain in that she could always remember a family birthday, including mine !!

    Rest In Peace Aunt Jean

    Sincerely Jim & Claire White xo

  4. I had the pleasure of looking after Jean for her entire stay at twin Lakes and met all of the lovely family members .. she was well loved and always had a stash of peppermints and werthers. She used to enjoy a beer once in a while and always welcomed visitors.
    Jean and her family will be missed.
    Love to all and thank you for entrusting Jeans care with us and to finish with Knights Funeral home is second to none
    Lori Gatecliff

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