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Sylvia Mosher

Sylvia Marian Mosher

Monday, September 3rd, 1962 - Wednesday, September 9th, 2020
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MOSHER, Sylvia Marian
September 3, 1962 – September 9, 2020
Suddenly, but quietly and peacefully Sylvia passed away with loved ones near her at the Algoma Manor. Sylvia lived a happy and productive life despite her physical handicaps. She leaves behind a legacy of love and many friends. Much loved daughter of Cameron and Gwen (nee Christilaw) Mosher. Beloved sister of Paul (Cyndy), Emily (Larry Allcorn), Kathleen Labbe (Claude) and Keith (Jan). Sylvia was interested in the lives of her nieces and nephews and will be fondly remembered by them all. She will be missed by her Uncle Frank and Aunt Mary Christilaw in Australia and her many cousins here and around the world.
Sylvia pursued her goal of education at the Orthopedic Unit at William Merrifield and attended both Lake Superior State College and Algoma University taking English Literature. She wrote a weekly column for the Sault Star advocating for the handicapped. She was also a member of numerous committees and was an instrumental force for accessiblility rights for the handicapped. She lived independently in assisted living as long as she was able. From there Sylvia moved to Algoma Manor where she received excellent care. She led a full and rich life and was an inspiration to many. She is now enjoying life with her heavenly father and her loved ones who have gone on before.
The family wishes to thank Sylvia’s doctors, nurses, PSW’s, therapists, friends and the many others who have enriched her life.
Donations to Algoma Manor or NSHN-Thessalon Site are greatly appreciated by the family.
A celebration of Sylvia’s life will be held at a later date. A private service has taken place.
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Service Details

  • Interment

    Monday, September 14th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    When
    Monday, September 14th, 2020 2:00pm
    Location
    Carlyle Cemetery
    Address
    R.R.#2
    Iron Bridge, Ontario
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Jo-Anne Woods

Posted at 10:37am
My deepest condolences to the Mosher family. We first met Sylvia at the Rotary Children's Center where my son Jacob also benefited from their loving care. Sylvia and I became partners in crime when she began attending Central United Church.. There was usually a laugh when one of us would nudge the other to make sure we weren't dozing off. I am now so sorry I didn't get to see her this summer. I will miss that smile. Again I am so sorry for your loss. Jo-Anne Woods ((Grant King's niece)
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