A LA DOUCE MÉMOIRE DE Nancy Shirley Lehman
Passed away peacefully on February 25, 2023 at the age of 75 years. She was the daughter of the late Edward Fowler and the late Dorothy Snook and beloved wife of Lynn Thomas Lehman. She leaves in sadness her children Kim Lehman (Francis) and Ted Lehman (Kellie). Adored grandmother of Nicole, Chase, Kathleen (Eric), Sarah, and great-grandmother of Ryder. She also leaves in sorrow her brother-in-law Murray Lehman (Sylvia), as well as her two canine companions, Belle and Marley.
The family would like to say thank you to the staff at Montfort Hospital for all their amazing care provided. In lieu of flowers, donation to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be greatly appreciated.
She will be greatly missed. It was an honour and a joy to have been considered a friend. Nancy was considered a part of our family. Rest in peace dear lady.
Although the years and geography have separated us the friendship and family of the AMAZING LEHMANS OF CANADA is fondly remembered and cherished.
Rest well Nancy
Mike and Margo Purvis
The ‘One Day’ sale is now over! We are sincerely heartbroken. May all your good memories comfort you. Rest easy Nancy! You’ll never be forgotten! Sending love, Sandra and Bill
Thank you for your hospitality, Nancy. You brought me into your family with open arms and a heart full of love, and you have brightened my life in the best way. We will miss having you around, but will take comfort in knowing you will always be watching over us. Rest in peace, Grammy.
I am sending sincere sympathies and prayers on the loss of a good friend, wife, mother, grand and great-grandmother – Nancy. I have had a heavy heart since I heard the news, and will keep you all in my prayers. May God walk with you and keep you all strong to keep going. With all my love, Susan Fisher Gobby
Our heartfelt condolences to the extended family and everyone whose lives Nancy has touched. She was a wonderful person and opened her heart and home to everyone lucky enough to meet her. She will be greatly missed. RIP Nancy.
Dear Lynn and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Remember we are close by if you need anything.
Mark & Gina and family
Uncle Lynn, Kim and Ted,
I am deeply sorry for your loss, I always have the fondest memories of any time spent together and all of that credit goes to auntie Nancy, A more caring, loving and generous individual is hard to find, I will forever cherish our time together and likewise miss it and grieve it. All our love.
Dear Lynn and family, Barry and are we’re saddened by the news of the loss of Nancy. May you hold in your heart all the wonderful memories you have made throughout your lifetime together. You are in our thoughts and hearts. Love Maureen and Barry
I live half way around the world in Australia and I find that the passing of my cousin Nancy has affected me quite dramaticaly. Even though seperated by distance I always felt close to Nancy!
We spent a lot of time together in our younger years and we were so close that we both felt like we had a brother & sister relationship that would never end!
I would travel to Ottawa every couple of years to visit Nancy and Lynn and everything would pick up exactly where we were the last time we were together.
I have known Lynn for a long time and I know that Nancy and Lynn loved each other with everything they had and I always felt comfortable that they were looking after each other.
Now that Nancy has passed, I miss her and I am very sad that I wil never see her again!
I send my love and best wishes to Lynn and his wonderful family
Don’t think of her as gone away,
Her journey’s just begun.
Life has so many facets,
This earth is only one.
Just think of her as resting,
From the sorrows and the tears.
In a place of warmth and comfort,
Where there’s no days or years.
Think of how she must be wishing,
That we could know today.
That nothing but our sadness,
Can really pass away.
So think of her as living,
In the hearts of those she touched.
For nothing loved is ever lost,
And she was loved so much.
Auntie Nancy, not a day will go by that you won’t be in our thoughts, a smile or a laugh. For you always gave us all a reason to smile and laugh.
We love you Uncle Lynn, Kim and Ted. You are in our thoughts and prayers.. xoxo