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Gwyneth Wyseman

Gwyneth Wyseman, formerly known as Gwyneth Warriner, passed away on Friday, September 22, 2023, at Lambton Meadowview Villa, leaving behind a profound sense of loss among those who loved her. Her beloved husband, Andrew Wyseman (Andy), had preceded her in death in 2001. Gwyneth is survived by her daughter, Linda Watson (Tom), who resides in Abbotsford, BC, as well as her sons, Jim (Sue) of Richmond Hill and Andrew (Laura) of Komoka. She also leaves behind her cherished grandchildren: Melissa (Aaron) Kline, Stewart (Ashley) Wyseman, Donovan Wyseman, and Rob and Bill Hogan from BC. Gwyneth’s legacy also includes eight great-grandchildren. Among Gwyneth’s siblings, she was second eldest out of eight. Sadly, she was predeceased by sisters Dorothy, Ada, Marjorie, Joyce, and Patricia, but is survived by her sister Joan Butler of Sarnia and brother Fred Warriner of Mt. Brydges. Gwyneth was an active member of the former St. John’s Anglican church, where she dedicated her time to assisting fellow members of the Ladies Auxiliary and volunteering at the Inn of the Good Shepherd. In accordance with her wishes, there will be no visitation. A graveside service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 30, at Resurrection Cemetery in Sarnia (1885 London line). Gwyneth’s family expresses their gratitude to D. J. Robb Funeral Home as well as the staff at Lambton Meadowview Villa and the Erie St. Clair Home and Community Care organization for their support. In lieu of flowers, donations in Gwyneth’s memory may be made to Lambton Meadowview Villa or a charity of your choice. The arrangements have been entrusted to the D. J. Robb Funeral Home & Cremation Centre (102 N. Victoria St, Sarnia). Memories, photos, or messages of condolence can be shared at http://www.djrobb.on.ca.

Gwyneth Wyseman, previously known as Gwyneth Warriner, peacefully passed away on Friday, September 22, 2023, at Lambton Meadowview Villa. Remembrance of her departure has left a profound heaviness in the hearts of her loved ones. She was preceded in death by her adored husband, Andrew Wyseman (Andy), in 2001. Gwyneth is survived by her daughter, Linda Watson (Tom), residing in Abbotsford, BC, along with her sons, Jim (Sue) of Richmond Hill and Andrew (Laura) of Komoka. Additionally, she leaves behind cherished grandchildren Melissa (Aaron) Kline, Stewart (Ashley) Wyseman, Donovan Wyseman, and Rob and Bill Hogan from BC. Her memory is carried on by her eight great-grandchildren. Born and raised in Sarnia, Gwyneth was the second child out of eight among her siblings. Unfortunately, she was predeceased by Dorothy, Ada, Marjorie, Joyce, and Patricia, but her sister, Joan Butler of Sarnia, and brother, Fred Warriner of Mt. Brydges, remain. Throughout her life, Gwyneth demonstrated unwavering commitment to the former St. John’s Anglican church. She selflessly assisted fellow members of the Ladies Auxiliary and devoted time to volunteering at the Inn of the Good Shepherd. Gwyneth’s preference to forgo visitation will be honored. Family and friends will gather for a graveside service at Resurrection Cemetery in Sarnia on Saturday, September 30, at 11:00 a.m. The cemetery is located at 1885 London line. The family extends their heartfelt appreciation to D. J. Robb Funeral Home, as well as the compassionate staff at Lambton Meadowview Villa and the Erie St. Clair Home and Community Care organization for their invaluable support. In memory of Gwyneth, the family kindly requests that donations be made to Lambton Meadowview Villa or a charity of your preference. The coordinating responsibilities have been entrusted to the D. J. Robb Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, located at 102 N. Victoria St in Sarnia. Feel free to share memories, photos, or messages of condolence at http://www.djrobb.on.ca.

Gwyneth Wyseman, formerly known as Gwyneth Warriner, has sadly departed from this world on Friday, September 22, 2023, at Lambton Meadowview Villa. The news of her passing has left heavy hearts among her loved ones. In 2001, Gwyneth’s dear husband, Andrew Wyseman (Andy), passed away. Gwyneth is survived by her daughter, Linda Watson (Tom), who resides in Abbotsford, BC, as well as her sons, Jim (Sue) of Richmond Hill and Andrew (Laura) of Komoka. She is also survived by her grandchildren, Melissa (Aaron) Kline, Stewart (Ashley) Wyseman, Donovan Wyseman, and Rob and Bill Hogan from BC, who held a special place in her heart. Gwyneth’s legacy continues through her eight great-grandchildren. As the second child out of eight in her family, Gwyneth was born and raised in Sarnia. Unfortunately, she was predeceased by her sisters Dorothy, Ada, Marjorie, Joyce, and Patricia, but her sister Joan Butler of Sarnia and brother Fred Warriner of Mt. Brydges remain. Gwyneth was a devoted member of the former St. John’s Anglican church, where she generously assisted other members of the Ladies Auxiliary and offered her time as a volunteer at the Inn of the Good Shepherd. In accordance with her wishes, no visitation will be held. A graveside service will take place at Resurrection Cemetery in Sarnia on Saturday, September 30, at 11:00 a.m. The cemetery is located at 1885 London line. The family would like to express their gratitude to D. J. Robb Funeral Home, as well as the compassionate staff at Lambton Meadowview Villa and the Erie St. Clair Home and Community Care organization for their assistance during this difficult time. Should you wish to make a contribution in memory of Gwyneth, donations can be made to Lambton Meadowview Villa or a charity of your choice. The D. J. Robb Funeral Home & Cremation Centre, located at 102 N. Victoria St in Sarnia, is handling the arrangements. You are welcome to share memories, photos, or messages of condolence at http://www.djrobb.on.ca.

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