HATT – Eva Lillian, 90, of Hills View Acres, Middlefield, passed away peacefully, Sunday, November 15th, 2009 in Queens General Hospital, Liverpool.
Born in Milton she was a daughter of the late Barney and May Whynot.
Eva was a homemaker and very much enjoyed knitting.
Eva is survived by her daughters Bonita (Ronald) Hatt of Danesville, Regina (Terry) Rhuland of Rhodes Corner, Donna (Phillip) Conrad, of Bridgewater and Maxine (Wilson) Whynot of Danesville, 10 grandchildren and 11 Great grandchildren.
She was predeceased by her common law husband James Muise, husband Charles Hatt, son Walter in infancy, grandsons Gary and Jamie Laing, step-son James LeBlanc, sisters Hazel, Bertha, Lena and Ida and brothers Richard, Forman, Freeman, Frank and Kelly.
Arrangements are under the direction of Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool where visitation will be held Tuesday, November 17th, from 7:00 until 9:00 p.m and a funeral service will be held Wednesday, November 18th, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. Burial will take place in Mill Village Community Cemetery. Reverend Vivian Moores officiating. Family flowers only. Donations may be made to Hills View Acres, Danesville United Church or to Queens General Hospital Foundation. Online condolences may be made at www.chandlersfuneral.com.
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Gerald & Rosalie Grimshaw
Rose and I are very sorry to hear of Mom’s Sister Eva. My memories of Eva and Mom and the family go back over 50 years ago when I was 16 or younger. Bonita , Regina I would like to hear from you if you could email me. My God be with you at this trying time.
Gerald and Rose
Lloyd and Barbara Naugler
We wish to express our deepest sorrow to you ,Eva”s family on the loss of Eva, your mother and grandmother.We will miss her smiling face from her rocking chair at Hillsview as we did today at our visit there.She will be greatly missed by her family and friends.May your memories of Eva console you at this difficult time.
To: Bonnie, Maxine, Regina and Donna And families
It is with great sadness that I have heard of your Mom’s passing. Eva will be so missed by her extended family of Hillsview Acres. Personally I will always remember her smile and her jest for life. She loved to ha ve a good laugh and loved to sing.
She was our special lady.
My prayers and thoughts are with you all at this time of sadness.
Rest easy in knowing that she is singing praises in heaven and is now at peace.
I was very sad to hear of the passing of such a sweet lady. Tina her granddaughter, is married to William my son. I met Eva out at the Hillsview, where my church went every year at Christmas to their Christmas Party. Eva was just wonderful, the first one to belt out the Christmas Carol, say something funny to get us all laughing. Small in stature, but full of life and love. Eva will be missed but if you know her family she leaves behind you know she left alot of herself here. Her daughter Bonnie, has the most beautiful personality, always one way, laughing and a very happy soul. Tina, I think resembles her Nanny also, small in stature but full of energy and love. Was honoured to know you Eva, Rest In Peace. Barbara
To Bonnie,Regina, Maxine, Donna and Families
I was heart broken to hear of Eva’s passing. I know that you will miss her as much as I will. For the last six and half years, I have helped to look after her, and I loved her too! I will miss her smile, and our time together, But most of all how she loved her “Chicken Noodle Soup” Eva was a luck lady, she had a very devoted family, who loved her, visited often and kept her and other residents in homemade baskets and treats. I will be thinking of you all. Rest in Peace Eva.
Suzanne and Sonny
So sorry to hear of your Mums passing. We will never forget her and her joy of life. She made you feel better by being in your presence.
I have just recently join the staff at Hills View Acers and your Mom was a little sweety and I am sure that heaven is that much sweeter with your mom there, I will miss her and may God bless you all.
Murray & Myrna Wigglesworth
Our sincerest condolences to Bonita (Ronald) and Family.
Brian and Kim Mansfield
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Brian and Kim Mansfield
David and Patricia Wong
We were saddened to hear of your Mom’s passing. I am the granddaughter of Ida, her sister and daughter of Hazel and Doug Bent. I will always remember the “spunk” your Mom had much like my Nan (Ida) which always touched the heart. We got to see her a fair amount when Dave’s Mom was part of the Hillsview family. It was good that you girls lived fairly close. It has been a long time since I saw you Bonnie and Regina. Sorry I didn’t get to meet the other sisters. I’m sure you will be a big support to each other at this time and will enjoy many of the fine memories you shared with you Mom.
cynthia gertrude leblanc
we didnt know each other only when mom would get me to take her to visit iwould like to send you all my simpathy and prayers i know its hard to loose a mother trust in god for guidence
my prayers are for you cynthia