Shirley McGill


McGill- Peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Saturday December 23, 2023. Shirley Ann McGill( nee Fuller), age 88 years of Cambridge and most recently Corunna. Loving mother of Mike McGill and wife Leanne of Kitchener, Laurie Mercier and husband Marc of Corunna, Christopher McGill and wife Ellen of Cambridge. She will be deeply missed by her six grandchildren Ryan McGill and wife Julia of Burlington ON, Lindsay McGill of Vancouver BC, Jaci Clark and husband Jeff of Mooretown ON, Stephen Mercier and partner Megan of Corunna ON, Jamie McGill of Calgary AB, Julia McGill and Partner Shane Henery of Cambridge. Shirley was blessed with ten great-grandchildren River, Violet, Quinn, Ivy McGill, Keira, Jacob Clark, Ava, Cohen, Haisley Mercier, Zaidan Henry. Shirley was the dear Sister-in-law of Kay Barber. Shirley was preceded by her loving husband Bill McGill, her parents Thelma Fuller, Stephen Fuller, Stepmother and best friend EvelynJane Fuller. Shirley resided her entire life in Cambridge. She enjoyed playing card’s with friends at the Legion #121 and Durward Centre. Shirley loved to cook and entertain family and friends. Flying cabbage rolls was her family’s most talked about dish. In keeping with her wishes cremation has taken place and a celebration of her life will be held at a later date in Cambridge. As expressions of sympathy friends who wish may send memorial donations to the Alzheimer Society or to the charity of one’s choice. Arrangements entrusted to the Knight Funeral Home, 588 St. Clair Parkway Corunna. Messages and condolences may be left on line @ Knight 519-862-2845

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4 thoughts on “Shirley McGill”

  1. So sorry Mike,Laurie and Chris of mom’s passing.
    We’re all sure going to miss her.
    She loved life.
    We’re going to miss her at family bowling which she loved.
    Her and my dad always had great times,laughing and just horsing around.
    Christmas at the Barbers was the highlight of Christmas.
    We’re going to miss you terribly Aunt Shirley.

  2. Dear Grandma,

    You will forever occupy a special place in our hearts. Your love, wisdom, and warmth have created an everlasting imprint on our lives. We will miss you dearly and carry your memory with us. I’ll forever cherish moments playing cards with you, teaching us how to play Canasta, making us yummy milkshakes and fries, and receiving your handwritten letters in the mail. Your presence brought a special magic to our Christmases throughout the years, and those treasured memories will forever remain close to our hearts. Your spirit continues to live on in the joy you brought into our family. May you rest in peace.

    With love,

  3. Laurie, MIke, Chris and your families my deepest sympathies for the loss of your mom.
    Almost 50 years ago I had the privilege of sampling Shirley’s flying cabbage rolls and I must admit entire experience is in amongst my fondest memories. It’s memories like that we keep close to our hearts, we are blessed to have them.

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