Jean Isabella Shaw

Shaw- Peacefully surrounded by her loving family at the Bluewater Health-Palliative Care Unit, Sarnia on Tuesday November 3, 2020. Jean Isabella Shaw, age 95 years of Corunna. Beloved wife of the late James Blairmore Shaw (2006). Much loved mother of Greg Shaw and his wife Debbie of Corunna, Peg Swanson of Allen Park, Michigan, Carole Lane of Corunna and Bryan Shaw and his wife Brenda of Sarnia. Treasured grandmother of Derek and Dayna Shaw, BJ Shaw (Christine), Adam Lane (Josi), Samantha Skanes (Josh) and James Shaw (Brandi) and great-grandmother of Blayre and Nate Shaw, Emma and Maci Lane and Evan and Leah Shaw. Several special nieces and nephews also survive. Jean was predeceased by; her brother, Durwood Ross and by her sister, Dorothy Webster. She was an occupational health nurse for many petrochemical companies and retired from Petrosar in 1982. She will be fondly remembered as a dog lover, chocoholic and book reader. Friends will be received at the Knight Funeral Home, 588 St. Clair Parkway, Corunna on Friday November 6, 2020 from 2-5 p.m. Please note that due to COVID-19 masks/face coverings are mandatory and you must supply your own. The maximum number of visitors at one time along with social distancing will be strictly enforced. A private funeral service will be held for family and close friends followed by cremation. In lieu of flowers sympathy may be expressed through memorial donations to Bluewater Health Palliative Care Unit, Sarnia Organ Donor Awareness or to the Salvation Army. Messages and condolences may be left on line at www.knightfuneralhome.ca Knight 519-862-2845

Visitation Information

Visitation will be held on Friday November 6, 2020 from 2-5 p.m.

Donations

Bluewater Health Palliative Care Unit Sarnia Organ Donor Awareness Salvation Army

Funeral Date

There will be a private family funeral service.

9 thoughts on “Jean Isabella Shaw”

  1. My sympathy to all the family.Jean was a great lady .Enjoyed her scrapbook of her days at PGH Chatham were I graduated also.l will miss her.

  2. My deepest sympathies to Jean's family, she was such an amazing woman and made a big impact on my life the short time I knew her. We all have a beautiful angel watching over us. Xoxo
    Alicia

  3. So sad to hear of the loss of Aunt Jean. I have always admired her indomitable spirit and will to live life fully with enriching experiences. She was just as tough as nails and so very bright until the very end. I know my mom will miss her daily chats with Aunt Jean. A life very well lived.

  4. My sincere condolences to all of Jean's family in her passing. I will treasure always our times together at Thompson Gardens and our phone conversations when I moved west.
    Jean was a wonderful soul, always a smile and such a happy spirit. Even with her health struggles these past few years she was always thinking of others.
    I will miss her dearly and pray God be with you all as we mourn her loss.
    God Bless you, Betty

  5. Jean was a wonderful neighbor and friend. Her strength and independence was admired and respected. She was an intelligent and smart lady who could carry her own in any circumstance. I loved seeing her walk down the parkway (even with her walker)-everyone knew and watched out for Jean on her walkabouts. She was history and book smart and I had wonderful conversations with Jean. I am so sorry for her family she will truly be missed.
    Jean was a special LADY!
    Now Jean and Jim can have their happy hour drinks together again.

  6. My sincere sympathies. Your mom as you know was such a special lady. Always smiling and happy.
    She will be missed. I thought she was the best.

  7. Elizabeth Bruton Sutton

    My sincere sympathy to the whole family. Our mothers were good friends. They enjoyed discussing politics, books, and life. I have fond memories f her.

  8. I am sorry to read of Jean’s passing. I had the pleasure of working closely with Jean in the early Petrosar days. I recall her as such a fine woman. We had many enjoyable conversations, business and fun ones. She had such a great sense of humour! She was an outstanding nursing professional. I’m sending deepest sympathies to all that knew and loved her. May precious memories keep her spirit alive.

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