Lilly Lyall

Obituary of Lilly Nora Lyall

Lilly Nora (Clark) Lyall

December 22, 1954-July 1st, 2022

 

With deep and profound sadness,  we announce the passing of our dear Wife, Mother & Grandmother, Lilly Lyall, aged 67, after a courageous battle with cancer. Lilly leaves to mourn her husband Wallace of 30 years, son Charles, daughters Wendy (Trevor), Jodi (Cory) and stepchildren Tom (Kathy), Wade (Denise) and Sherry (Raymond) grandchildren, Rachel and Connor, and her step-grandchildren, Travis, Jesse, Julia, Danielle, Jenna, Ryan, Jordan and Kylie. Lil also leaves her fur baby, Belle, whom she loved so much. 

 

Lil, as she was mostly called, loved her family fiercely. She lived her life with so much positivity even during her cancer journey. Her love for her family was her strength and determination to fight this disease. On July 1st, 2022, with her family by her side, Lil closed her beautiful, tired eyes, as God welcomed her into his beautiful garden. 

 

Lil loved flowers, her garden, she loved her home and making it beautiful, she celebrated every occasion, and she loved shopping, especially on Amazon and getting to Walmart. We will celebrate Mom’s beautiful life, with a service to be held at the United Church, on Wednesday July 6th at 2pm with Reverend Amber Tremblett officiating. 

 

Although our Mom dearly loved flowers, she also held her Church close to her heart, and longed to be able to attend the services on Sunday’s. Her sickness and covid prevented her. In lieu of flowers, the family would like to request donations to be made to the United Church in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, in memory of our sweet precious Mom.

 

Thank you will never suffice the loving care and support from her medical team, her family, friends, co-workers, and her doctor, Dr. Woollam, who gave her the best and special care she could have received.

Wednesday
6
July

Funeral Service

2:00 pm
Wednesday, July 6, 2022
Happy Valley Goose Bay United Church
124 Hamilton River Road
Happy Valley Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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