Mavis Sherryl Lindsay

October 23, 1963 - June 15, 2022
July 11, 2022 12 Condolences Print Obituary

It is with heavy hearts that the family of Mavis Sherryl Lindsay announce her peaceful passing on June 15, 2022 at the age of 58.

Mavis will be lovingly remembered by Kurtis (Ana), Katlin (Jade), grandsons Austin and Brayden as well as numerous nieces, nephews, siblings and close friends.

A Celebration of Mavis' Life will be held on Saturday, August 13, 2022 at 2 pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to a charity of one's choice in Mavis' name.

  1. My sincerest sympathies to your family.

    Mavis and I worked together for the past 5 years and over that time we became friends. We had many great conversations about family, life, and the future. She was an absolutely amazing and strong individual who encouraged me often. She would check on me and I her. She will be greatly missed by many.

    Mavis, I am sad that you are no longer with us. Rest In Peace my friend.

  2. I was very lucky to call Mavis my friend ! We would chat for a hour every time she came by the shop. Her humor was quick and she really had a love for life.
    My deepest sympathy to her family and friends .
    Travel light Mavis

  3. I also had the honour of working with Mavis for the past few years. She was a genuine, down to earth person who always took the time to ask you about yourself & your family. I will miss our hallway chats that we used to have as I left the school each day.

    I would have loved to attend her Celebration of Life but I will think of her as I attend my own mother’s Celebration of Life on the same day at the time. It is so fitting that they are scheduled on the same date as Mavis always showed great concern for my mother & her battle with cancer. Mavis never failed to ask about my mum each time we chatted.

    May your family be comforted always by your memories. 💜

  4. I only knew Mavis for a short time at Riverbend Jr. High, but she was always cheerful and easy to chat with. I’m sorry she’s no longer with us, and send my sincerest condolonces to her family.

  5. My first friend ♥️♥️♥️ I will carry you with me always Mavis. I miss that huge smile and that contagious laugh. Some of my favourite childhood memories, include you and your family. I loved spending time there. Until we meet again My Friend. ♥️💕. RIP Mav.

  6. Mavis was my sweet and sassy colleague for seven years and someone I considered a friend. She was always happy to inquire how life was going for me and everyone she worked with. I enjoyed her no nonsense attitude and her giving spirit. We shared many laughs together. I will miss you girl. You were taken far too young!

  7. I just found out about Mavis’s passing and I am devastated by this news. We grew up and went to school together. Our mutual friend and I were just talking about the good old days and her name came up. I’m trying to take this all in.
    My sincere condolences to the family and Mavis will never be forgotten. RIP

  8. I worked with Mavis at Riverbend and she was always positive and upbeat (and made me laugh with her openness to share her opinions on things!). I was very sorry to hear of her passing. She will be missed.

  9. I was saddened to hear of your passing Mavis. I just want to express my condolences to your family during this difficult time. I have been thinking of you. I want to thank you for being my friend. The jade plant that you gave me so many years ago is approaching tree status. I will be sure to look after it in your memory.

  10. My deepest condolences to you and your family for your loss.
    I will always cherish the wonderful memories I had with Mavis. I have known her for 11 years and worked 10 of these with her. I will miss our opinionated conversations especially while having a smoke or two. I sat outside the funeral home for 30 minutes and was not able to go in for the celebration. I wanted to remember you as you were. Rest in peace.

  11. A very late posting. I hadn’t thought to check Mavis’ Facebook account to express my condolences to her family and friends. I worked with Mavis at Riverbend for many years. I enjoyed our evening chats as I was leaving for the day. She was so funny, and such a kind woman. She was always doing special and thoughtful things for me; she helped me with the arduous task of packing when I left Riverbend ❤️ So naturally, my last memory of Mavis is one of gratitude.

  12. I met Mavis girst in 1973. We were in the same grade at school. We had many good times at school and lost touch when we were in our 20s. We reconnected when i moved back to Hudson’s Hope in 1986. I kept in touch through her mom and dad and got to see here more when her parents were older. We had some great visits and enjoyed hearing her voice on the phone. A few months before her passing we started talking about what was going on with her. I was so blessed to know her and she was so proud of her children and neices and nephews. RIP Mavis❤ lit we meet qgain

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