Lottie Evalena (Smith) Nighswander

Born: Fri., Jun. 15, 1917
Died: Sat., Aug. 29, 2020


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In Loving Memory of
Lottie Evalena Nighswander (nee Smith)
June 15, 1917 - August 29, 2020

Lottie passed away peacefully at the Extendicare Faclonbridge in Sudbury on Saturday at the age of 103.

Beloved wife of the late Thomas Marshall Nighswander.
Daughter of the late William and Mary Smith.

Loving mother of Mary (Stewart) Spry and Brenda (Grenville) Green.

Cherished gramma of
Bradley (Lise) Spry,
Kelly (Jamie) Proulx,
Kimberley Green and
Stephanie (Greg) Thureson.

Special great gramma of
Kori (Eric),
Kodi,
Lyndsey (Tyler),
Soren,
Rowen and
great great gramma to Aubrey.

Doting step great gramma to
Jodi (Dawson),
Kelsey (Zac),
Cody (Stephanie),
Samantha and
great great gramma of
Logan,
Liam,
Sophie,
Paisley and
Easton.

Predeceased by her 10 siblings and their spouces.

Lottie was an independent lady who enjoyed tending to her flower beds until she was 92 and her vegetable garden until she was 94.
She was blessed to be able to drive until the young age of 95 and stay in her own home until she was 97.
When Lottie was young she was a private pastry chef for a doctor and his family which was something most people wouldn't have got the opportunity to do.
She was a hardworking homemaker who spent her time farming, gardening, canning and caring for her family.
She was a lifetime member of the Horticultural Society in Espanola as well as the Women's Institute.
Lottie had the gift and talent for quilting and knitting. She was presented with a certificate for donating over 150 knitted preemie baby outfits for the hospital.

A private family memorial service to celebrate Lottie's life will be held at a later date.
Donations may be made in Lottie's honour to the Canadian Cancer Society or a charity of your choice.

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Les and Diane smith
   Posted Mon August 31, 2020
Our deepest sympathies to the Nighswander family on the passing of the Family's matriarch, Lottie (Smith) Nighswander. She reflects the end of the Smith Generation. May she rest in peace.

Keith Legge
   Posted Mon August 31, 2020
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. What an amazing life to live for 103 years

Rick and Gail Gjos
   Posted Mon August 31, 2020
Condolences to you all. What a long life she enjoyed, which translates into many great memories. Cherish them all!

William Nevills
   Posted Tue September 01, 2020
Our condolences to the family of Great Aunt Lottie. From the family of William H. Nevills Jr.

Bob Smith
   Posted Tue September 01, 2020
My condolences to Aunt Lottie's family. From Bob and family.

Leila Thureson
   Posted Tue September 01, 2020
Sincere condolences to Mary and Brenda on the passing of their mother and to all the grandchildren on the loss of their grandmother. Lottie had a long life and a life well lived. Memories of Lottie will be with you forever.

Percy & Barbara Fillion
   Posted Tue September 01, 2020
She was my mothers sister and I remember her well

God Bless

Ruth Sagle
   Posted Tue September 01, 2020
My condolences to Mary and Brenda and families on the passing of your Mother and Grandmother. I will miss my visits with her at Falconbridge Extendicare. Great Aunt Lottie was ever so proud of each and everyone of her family, especially her grandchildren.
She had many stories to tell when you would drop by. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her.

Glenda - PSW
   Posted Wed September 02, 2020
We all will surely miss Lottie! As one of many PSW's, I had the pleasure of taking care of her and getting to know her. I always said to her that it must of been interesting seeing the world change and still be cognitive enough to remembering it all. Rest in Peace "Miss Lottie" ... hugs to all of your family.

Cyril and Goldine
   Posted Thu September 03, 2020
We are so sorry you lost your Mom Mary
Every one will miss her so much

Angela Becks
   Posted Sun September 13, 2020
Honouring Dear Aunt Lottie, my Dad's sister and the last of eleven Smith children...
She was loving, kind, hard working, and lots of fun. Her laughter lifted spirits.
My Mom, a warbride benefitted from her support as she learned to cope in a new country.
Warm memories of a lady who lived a long and giving life...

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