RAMEY – Ivy M., 92, of Greenfield, Queens County, passed away peacefully in North Queens Nursing Home, Caledonia on Saturday, August 16, 2014.
Born in Greenfield, she was a daughter of the late Walter and Lottie (Foster) Fraser.
Ivy was a member of the Greenfield United Baptist Church.
She is survived by her daughter Esther Ward of Greenfield, her son Ronald (Kathryn) of Greenfield; grandchildren June Lawson (John LeBlanc), Trevor (Lisa) Ramey and Nickolas Ramey, all of Greenfield, great-grandchildren Brooke Lawson of Greenfield and Kelsey, Shelby and Kayla Freeman all of Bridgewater.
She was predeceased by her husband Gordon, her sister Irene Robertson and her brother Burton.
Visitation will be Wednesday, August 20, 2014 from 12:30 until 2:00 p.m. immediately followed by a funeral service at 2:00 p.m. both in Chandlers’ Funeral Chapel, Liverpool. Reverend Wade Harvey officiating. Burial will be in Pine Rest Cemetery, Greenfield. Family flowers only, donations may be made to Greenfield United Baptist Church Sunday School, Women’s Missionary Society or the Pine Rest Cemetery Fund. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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sylvia verge forbes
to the Ramey family;
sorry to hear of your loss’ she was a lovely lady that has gone with the angles; RIP ivy’
Dear Ronnie , Kathy & family
Sending my sympathy and thoughts, on the passing of Ivy. She was a wonderful lady! We were talking yesterday about the nice letters she used to write to Cheryl Joudrey. She had many friends.
Prayers and love,
Gen & family
To the family of the late Ivy Ramey,
Please accept my most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. You’ve lost someone who was a special part of your family. May you find comfort in each other and in all the compassion that comes to you at this time.
With deepest sympathy,
Sterling Belliveau, MLA
Avon and Sharon Croft &family:
So sorry to hear about the passing of Aunt Ivy.She was a wonderful lady.We could always expect to get a phone call from her on special occasions (she never missed one) and she was always the same with everyone.She will be missed but she is now at peace. To : Ronnie, Kathy, Esther and families
Esther so sorry to hear about your mom,thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time.
So sorry to the family(Esther) for your loss.I will miss her being at North Queens.She was a sweet lady.
Sorry to hear of Ivys passing .As a former employee of NQ.I spent a lot of time with Ivy and she was always so kind and appreciative of anything we did for her!!A kind heart and a beautiful lady!!!Rip Ivy!!!
Rose & Stew Mooers
Ronnie, Kathy & Ester and families our deepest sympathy to you on the loss of your mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time.
Harry and Gail Gardner
Dear Ronnie, Cathy and family,
Gail and I are sending along our sincere sympathy in the passing of Ronnie’s mother. We will be in Moncton this week and unable to attend the funeral but will be remembering you in our prayers.
I have great memories of Ivy from my early Sunday School days and the encouragement she was to me.
Debbie,Cyril & family
To: Ronnie,Kathy, Esther and families So sorry to hear of the passing of Aunt Ivy.She was a great lady.Could always count on a phone call on our Birthdays from her. She is now at peace.
Vicor and Glenna
We are so sorry for your loss. ” Our memories are our greatest treasures”. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Ronnie, Kathy, Esther and families:
I was sorry to hear of your Mom’s death. She was a wonderful person. Please know that I am thinking of you all at this sad time.
Esther, Ronnie and families:
Sorry to hear of Aunt Ivy’s passing but there will be no more pain or illness for her May God bless all of you these difficult days. I’m sorry I won’t be able to attend the funeral as have a meeting at 1:30. I will be thinking and praying for all of you.
My heart goes out to all of the family members in regards to yours as well as our loss of Ivy. Ivy was a big part of my life as a child as I would go there almost daily and play with the toys and puzzles, she was like another Mother to me in so many ways, very kind and caring. As well as a wonderful neighbor for many years, a true friend and so many other wonderful things she was to me. May it bring comfort to know that she is now in Heaven with God and with those who have gone before. May it bring some comfort to know that so many others share in your loss at this time, God be with you all at this time and the days ahead. From my heart ~ Bunny
Sylvia & Mike Langille
Dear Esther,June, Ronnie and families,
Sorry to hear about Ivy.I have great memories of my visits to Ivy and Gorden,s house when I was young! I couldn’t wait to get into the toy drawer! I loved helping her shell the peas from the garden and coasting on the big hill in the winter! She was a great,kind lady! Take care and God bless!
Sylvia & Mike
Roy & Cathy Uhlman
So sorry to hear of Ivy’s passing. We have very fond memories of her & Gordon. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God grant you peace and comfort during this time of sorrow.
Ronny, Kathy & Esther,
Aunt Ivy always held a special place in my heart. My summers growing up always included a trip “home” and many a fun time was spent playing at her house with the toss game using the canning rubber rings, playing with Jello discs and just being in the house with her. Pickled beans (SO good!) and just knowing I was loved and cared for. She is with God now and may the Lord grant you all peace in this time. I’ll miss your cards and letters Aunt Ivy. Say hi to Mom for me.
Nancy and Steven
To the family of Ivy Ramey. She was a very nice lady and so thoughtful person. I got to spend a lot of time with Gordon and Ivy as they both lived at our Nursing Home. Ivy always thought of the staff when anyone was sick She always made sure she gave us a card if off work due to sickness She will be missed by all staff. She no longer has to suffer with pain and I am sure she is looking down on us from Heaven May you all find peace with her great memories as you go through this difficult time.