MacLeod, Anne

Anne MacLeod (Maddigan)

June 7, 1938 – November 29, 2019

It is with great sadness that the family of Anne MacLeod (nee Maddigan) announces her passing at the age of 81 years. Anne will be forever remembered by her son Colin, his wife Debbie, and her grandson Charlie; her sisters Mary Jarbeau, Peterborough, ON, Regina Madore (Walter) in Corner Brook, NL; brother Peter Maddigan (Madeline), Frenchman’s Cove, NL; sisters-in-law Christine Maddigan, Nova Scotia and Mildred Maddigan in Corner Brook, NL along with a large number of beloved nieces and nephews.

Anne was predeceased by her husband Raymond; parents Peter and Mary (Penney) Maddigan; sisters Patricia (Mike) Ezekiel and Elizabeth Langevin (Ivan); brothers John, Leo, Ron, and baby brother Kevin Maddigan and brother-in-law John Jarbeau.

Anne was born in Corner Brook, NL, where she enjoyed many fond memories shared amongst her parents, brothers and sisters. She moved to Toronto in the sixties and took employment at Neilson’s Dairy, where she met the love of her life Raymond Melville MacLeod.

A service celebrating Anne’s life will be held on Saturday Dec 7th from 12pm-3pm at St. John’s Dixie Cemetery & Crematorium, 737 Dundas Street East. Mississauga, ON L4Y 2B5. Light snacks and refreshments will be available.

9 replies
  1. Teresa D'Andrea
    Teresa D'Andrea says:

    Dear Colin, Debbie & Charlie,

    Please accept our most heartfelt condolences, love and comfort for your loss. Our dear Anne will be dearly missed and always remembered through our many fond memories.

    Our love and thoughts are with you.
    Teresa, David, Ernie

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  2. Sharon Gage
    Sharon Gage says:

    Dear Colin, Debbie and Charlie,
    My deepest sympathy to all of you for your great loss. I remember your Mom from our Trotwood days Colin. Your Mom was such a bubbly, happy chatty lady. I remember many a visit over the ‘back fence’ in the early days at Trotwood, She would literally light up, even more than usual, whenever she spoke of her boy Colin. And she was just as proud when Debbie and then the Charlie grew her family. She had lots of love to give. She was a fighter and a doer. May she now rest in peace.

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  3. The Hancotts
    The Hancotts says:

    We are so sorry for your loss. Our condolences to you and your family in this time of sorrow. Sending you all love and support.

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  4. Jackie Maddigan-Wood
    Jackie Maddigan-Wood says:

    Colin and family,
    My deepest condolences on the loss of your mom.
    I was very sad to hear about Auntie Anne’s passing.
    I have many fond memories of her from when I was a child and I can still remember playing at her house in Corner Brook.
    I always loved her laugh.
    May happy and special memories help you through this very difficult time.
    Jackie

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  5. John Berney
    John Berney says:

    Dear Charlie, Debbie and Colin

    What a wonderful lady she was!!! Our thoughts and prayers go with you during this difficult time. Please know that we are there for you all and will see you all soon. The Berneys

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