Peacefully, at Brucelea Haven, Walkerton on Tuesday, May 12, 2020 in her 96th year. Bertha, beloved wife of the late Roy Scott. Loving mom of the late Debra Kranenburg and her husband Bill, Darlene Mashinter and her husband Vernon, Don Scott and his wife Janet, and David Scott. Proud Grandma of Wesley (Jessica) Kranenburg, Nathaniel (Laura) Kranenburg, Jeremy (Katie) Kranenburg, Zachary (Kelsey) Kranenburg, Emily Kranenburg, Stephanie (Greg) Oue, Cassandra (Keith) Leung, Victoria Scott, Alexander Scott, Macaulay Scott, Jacob Scott, Lucas Scott, Conor Scott; and Great Grandma of Josiah, Caleb, Chloe-Anne, Levi, Malakai, Lachlan, Kalaya, Charlotte, Vivian, Lucy, and Kai.
Bertha Addrene (Weeden) was born in Woodford, Ontario and moved to the Paisley area as a young girl. She married Roy Scott in 1945 and together they farmed for many years on the 12th concession of Bruce, where they raised their family of four children. Bertha grew up in a Godly family, loved her Lord, and served Him faithfully throughout her entire life. A lifetime of fellowship at the Immanuel Evangelical Missionary Church resulted in forever friendships. Faith, Family, Friends, and the Paisley community were most important to her. Retirement brought Bertha and Roy closer to town, both in Paisley and Port Elgin. Bertha found new opportunities to apply her gift of service for others. She volunteered with the Salvation Army and assisted seniors through Paramed Services.
Bertha treasured her family and they knew it! Each of them will carry cherished memories of Mom and Grandma.
A funeral service for Bertha will be live streamed on the Brown Family Funeral Homes facebook page and on T.A. Brown Funeral Home’s website on Monday, May 18, 2020 at 1:00pm. Family and friends wishing to view the funeral service may do so on facebook @BrownFamilyFH or in the service details below. Please follow Brown Family Funeral Homes on facebook to share your messages of condolence and memories of Bertha with her family.
Memorial donations to Gideon’s International Canada or Teen Challenge Canada would be appreciated by the family.
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