Goldie Layden

Obituary of Goldie Sheila Layden

Goldie Sheila Layden (nee Stuckless) September 13, 1951 – January 5, 2021 With very heavy hearts, the family of the late Goldie Sheila Layden announce her peaceful passing at Western Long Term Care, Palliative Care in Corner Brook on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 at 69 years of age. Goldie was the type of person you do not come across twice in your lifetime. She had the biggest heart, kindest spirit, gentlest soul and was full of light and laughter. She always had a smile on her face and touched the lives of many. Her garden reflected her love of flowers, the beauty in simple things, as well as her endless energy. She opened her heart and her arms to anyone who needed it. Anyone who knew Goldie knew her deep love for all animals and children alike. She was always taking care of those around her, and will continue to do so while watching over us. May your light shine in heaven, the way it did on Earth. We will forever miss you. She leaves to mourn with loving memories her daughter Connie Barrett, son Darin Layden: grandchildren Brittany and Rilley Barrett, Joshua, Jordon, and Kiana Layden: great-granddaughter Ayla, Friend Eileen; Sisters Faye (Ford), Nomie (Carl); Brothers Walter (Margaret), Lewis (Theresa), Alfred, Jerry (Patricia); and her dogs Allie and Harley; as well as a large circle of relatives and friends. She was predeceased by her husband Jerry Layden, parents Isaac and Gertrude, sisters Ethel, May, Rebecca, Lillian, Brothers Frank, William, Robert, Rolland, and Carl. Cremation has taken place and there will be no funeral service at this time. To honor Goldie’s love of gardening a memorial garden will be erected for Goldie in the near future. Anyone who would like to make a donation in her memory can email Any donation would be appreciated.
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