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Etta CHEESEMAN

Etta Cheeseman, aged 91, peacefully passed away at her home on Tuesday, September 26, 2023, surrounded by her loving family. She was the cherished wife of the late George Cheeseman and a devoted mother to Geoff, George, Juliette, David, Anne, Kathy, and the late Rosemary. Etta was born and raised in Barbados, but in 1968, she and her husband made the decision to immigrate to Canada with their six children, seeking better opportunities for their future. After 17 years, they returned to their beloved island when their children had established their lives, though Etta later came back to Canada in 2009 following the passing of her husband. Initially challenging, this period allowed her to enjoy the company of her family, especially during special occasions filled with delicious dishes from Barbados. Etta loved to cook and found immense joy in sharing meals with her loved ones. Similar to the character in the film ‘Driving Miss Daisy,’ she delighted in being chauffeured around for various outings, exploring markets and countryside roads. A private visitation and funeral will be held in her honor, concluding with a private burial at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to honor Etta’s memory are kindly asked to make a donation to ReForest London. For further details on making a donation or to leave an online condolence, please visit the website http://www.westviewfuneralchapel.com.

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Etta Cheeseman passed away peacefully on Tuesday, September 26, 2023, at her home, surrounded by her family. She was 91 years old. Etta was the beloved wife of George Cheeseman, who predeceased her. She leaves behind a legacy of love as the treasured mother of Geoff, George, Juliette, David, Anne, Kathy, and the late Rosemary.

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Etta was born and raised in Barbados, but she and her husband decided to immigrate to Canada in 1968, seeking better opportunities for their six children. After 17 years in Canada, they returned to their beloved island, Barbados, once their children had established their own lives. However, in 2009, after the passing of her husband, Etta came back to Canada. Initially, it was a challenging time for her, but she found solace and happiness in the company of her family during various celebrations, where delicious Barbadian dishes were always on the menu.

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Etta had a passion for cooking and took great pleasure in sharing meals with her loved ones. She found joy in simple joys, much like the character in the movie ‘Driving Miss Daisy,’ as she loved being chauffeured to different markets and exploring countryside roads. A private visitation and funeral will take place to honor Etta’s life, followed by a private burial at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. In memory of Etta, donations can be made to ReForest London. More details regarding donations and online condolences can be found on the website http://www.westviewfuneralchapel.com.

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