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Inge Keith

KEITH, Inge - In loving memory of Inge Keith who passed away after a brief illness at the Kirkland Lake Teck Pioneer Residence at the age of 88. Born in Kirkland Lake, Ontario June 23, 1930. She worked at the Tarzwell General Store & Post Office and the Swastika Tree Nursery. She owned and drove her own school bus. Along with her husband she ran Swan’s Cove Cottages on Round Lake for over 25 years. She enjoyed knitting and crocheting (which she usually gave away as gifts) as well as upholstering and carpentry. She was an avid gardener and was known for her Swedish Coffee bread. She was predeceased by her parents, Verner and Anna Swan, her husband, David, her son, Glen and infant daughter, Patricia. She is survived by daughter Judy (Ed), daughter Susan and son Gary (Lori) and grandchildren (Tammy, Derek, Angela, Robin, Shawn, Kim and Jeff) and great grandchildren (Brett, Brittany, Summer, Dylan, Jaiden, Wyatt, Logan, Lincoln and Ainsley) and great great grandchildren (Liam and Maisie J) The family would like to thank all the staff for all of the love and support they gave our mother during her stay at Teck Pioneer Residence. As per her wishes, No funeral service is planned. Internment will be at Round Lake Cemetery in the summer for immediate family only. In memory contributions to the Round Lake Cemetery (RR1, Tarzwell, ON, P0K 1V0) will be greatly appreciated by the family. Condolences, contributions and memorial candles may be left at www.mcdonaldfuneralhome.ca.13335538
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Sorry to read of Inge`s passing.
Posted by Helen De Gruyter (friend) On Friday, May 10, 2019
Inge and I worked together at the Tree Nursery, she was such a quiet and

gentle, hard working person. we enjoyed our work. Rest in Peace my dear friend.

Good memories
Posted by Ann Lambert (Family) On Saturday, May 4, 2019
Had some good time with her and uncle Davy I loved my visits with them
My condolences
Posted by Bonnie Gregory Faulkner (Family) On Friday, May 3, 2019
Dear Judy, Susan, Gary and families,

I’m so sorry to hear of Aunt Inge’s passing. She was always so kind and soft spoken. She taught me many things with my crocheting which I was very thankful for. It’s never easy to lose a parent, as I had to say good bye to my dad 3 months ago and it wasn’t easy. Cherish all of the wonderful memories.


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