In Celebration of

Beverly Vasey

December 30, 1936 -  December 23, 2019

We are sad to announce the passing of Beverly Vasey (nee James) on December 23, 2019, after being hospitalized for a brief illness. She was a wonderful and loving sister, wife, mother, grandmother and friend to all those she met. She leaves behind her sister Penny, daughters Kitty and Colleen, grandchildren James, Matthew, Christian and Clare and many loving extended family members. She is predeceased by her precious husband Hugh and will be laid to rest with him in Minden, Ontario. A Funeral Service will be held at Cooksville United Church (2500 Mimosa Row), Mississauga, on Saturday, January 25, 2020 at 2 p.m. In lieu of flowers, please feel free to donate to Cooksville United Church ( or The Dorothy Ley Hospice ( in her memory. We were all very blessed to have known and loved Beverly.


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Greg Vasey (Nephew)

Entered January 6, 2020 from Kelowna

Aunt Bev was one of the kindest people I knew. She will be truly missed. Kris and I express our deepest condolences to Kitty and a Colleen and families.

Shannon McDiarmid (Niece)

Entered January 8, 2020 from Campbell River, BC

I am absolutely heartbroken with the loss of my favourite Auntie Bev. She was so kind, loving, funny and cared for everyone she met without judgement. I am thankful and blessed beyond measure to have had her as my Aunt, she really did make the world a more joyous, brighter place. I am happy she is now with Uncle Hugh and my Nanny and Grampa (my grandparents) once again. I feel extremely fortunate to have one of the best humans I have ever met now be an angel on my shoulder. Miss you and il love you forever. Until we meet again ❤

Eleanor M Hall (Long time friend)

Entered January 8, 2020 from Minden, ON

Dearest Kitty and Colleen and your families and Penny and Bill and your families. My heart aches for all of you and I send my love and sympathy. The Hall family had so many wonderful times with the Vasey family over many years of growing up together. In the latest years it was Bev and I that had such a wonderful connection and enjoyed our busy times and quiet times together. She will be missed, but remembered with love.

Jean McCharles (Friend)

Entered January 8, 2020 from Oakville

I worked with Bev at Imperial Oil about 1960. We double dated until I moved to Montral in 1965. When my husband died in 1976 Bev stayed with me in Montral for a week to help me deal with my grief. Lately Bev and I met for coffee every few weeks. I learned she had a deep faith which sustained her through her own heartbreak

Brian Purvis (Friend)

Entered January 8, 2020

Bev and Hugh opened their home to us when we immigrated to Canada in 1995. Such a kind and gentle soul. Bev will be missed and always remembered.


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