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Mildred HOPKINS

Mildred Elizabeth (Allen) Hopkins peacefully passed away on July 30, 2023, at Fairmount Home in Kingston at the age of 98. She was the cherished wife of John Patrick Hopkins, who had sadly passed away in 1997. Mildred entrusted her niece, Lorrie (Hopkins) Woodcock, to “watch over her” as she grew older. Along with Lorrie, Mildred is survived by several other nieces and nephews, including Damien, the youngest son of her beloved brother Bobby. Mildred, the eldest of four children, was born on August 6, 1924, to Mildred Linda Allen. She grew up in Scarborough and resided there until her marriage to John in 1973. Following their retirements, Mildred and John embarked on multiple adventures, relishing in their travels. Even after John’s passing, Mildred remained independent, organized, and always ready for a good time. She continued to partake in numerous bus trips, creating beautiful memories. Mildred will be dearly missed by her friends, including her long-time caregiver, Nancy Dewer, and her apartment friends, Sandra, Bob, and Lynn. The family would like to express their gratitude to Nancy and the compassionate staff at Fairmount Home for taking excellent care of Mildred during her final year. Friends are invited to attend the visitation at the Hannah Funeral Home in Tamworth on August 5, starting at 10 a.m., followed by a service in the Chapel at 11:00 a.m. Interment will take place at Assumption Cemetery, with a reception to follow at the funeral home. In honor of Mildred’s memory, the family kindly requests that memorial donations be made to the Assumption Cemetery. Online condolences can be shared at http://www.hannahfuneralhome.com.

Mildred Elizabeth (Allen) Hopkins, at the remarkable age of 98, passed away peacefully on July 30, 2023, at Fairmount Home in Kingston. She was the beloved spouse of John Patrick Hopkins, who unfortunately left this world in 1997. Mildred’s niece, Lorrie (Hopkins) Woodcock, was entrusted with the role of looking after her as she grew older. Additionally, several other nieces and nephews, most notably Damien, the youngest son of her dear brother Bobby, survive Mildred. Born on August 6, 1924, to Mildred Linda Allen, Mildred was the oldest child in a family of four siblings. Fred, Roland, and Robert (Bobby) preceded her in death. Childhood and adolescence were spent in Scarborough, where she resided until joining John in matrimony in 1973. Following their retirement, Mildred and John embarked on exciting adventures, exploring various destinations around the world. Inspired by John’s memory, Mildred wholeheartedly embraced an independent and organized lifestyle, continuing to embark on thrilling bus trips and enjoying every moment. Her vibrant spirit and zest for life will be greatly missed by a multitude of individuals, particularly Nancy Dewer, her loyal friend and caregiver for many years, as well as her friends from the apartment complex, Sandra, Bob, and Lynn. The family would like to extend their deepest gratitude to Nancy and the devoted staff at Fairmount Home, whose compassion and dedication met Mildred’s every need throughout her final year. In remembrance of Mildred, the family kindly asks that memorial donations be made to the Assumption Cemetery. Further condolences can be shared at http://www.hannahfuneralhome.com.

On July 30, 2023, Mildred Elizabeth (Allen) Hopkins, aged 98, passed away peacefully at Fairmount Home in Kingston. Married to John Patrick Hopkins until his passing in 1997, Mildred entrusted her niece, Lorrie (Hopkins) Woodcock, to be her guardian during her aging years. Survived by additional nieces and nephews, particularly Damien, her beloved brother Bobby’s youngest son. Born on August 6, 1924, Mildred was the eldest child of Mildred Linda Allen and had three younger brothers, Fred, Roland, and Robert (Bobby), who have since passed away. Raised in Scarborough, she resided there until her marriage to John in 1973. After retiring, Mildred and John embarked on countless travels, experiencing the wonders of the world. Following John’s death, Mildred embraced an independent and organized life, continuing to embark on bus trips and embracing every opportunity for enjoyment. She leaves behind a multitude of mourners, including her cherished friend and caregiver, Nancy Dewer, and apartment companions Sandra, Bob, and Lynn. The family would like to express their heartfelt gratitude to Nancy and the devoted staff at Fairmount Home for their unwavering care over the past year. A visitation will take place at the Hannah Funeral Home in Tamworth on August 5, at 10 a.m., followed by a service in the Chapel at 11:00 a.m. Following the interment at Assumption Cemetery, a reception will be held at the funeral home. In memory of Mildred, the family requests that donations be made to the Assumption Cemetery. Share your condolences at http://www.hannahfuneralhome.com.

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