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Westover-Cockerline, Sheila Ann

1939- 2020

A Celebration of Life Service will be held in the spring. Funeral arrangements are being made by the Brome-Missisquoi Funeral Complex, 215 River St., Bedford, QC 450-248-2911.


Passed away peacefully on January 9th, 2020 at the age of 80. Predeceased by her husband Morley Bruce Cockerline. Loving mother of Patti Ryder (Paul Ryder) of Charlotte, North Carolina and Jennifer Cockerline (Erick Gentile) of Beauharnois, Quebec. Also survived by her grandchildren; Joey, Carlo and Kaitlyn, brother Larry Westover, sister Debra Bryson and foster sister Judy Herron and many other relatives and dear friends. Sheila graduated from McDonald Teachers` College in St. Anne de Bellevue and taught briefly in St. Jean before having her children. One of her proudest accomplishments was receiving her Bachelors of Education from McGill University later in life. She went on to have a successful career in Elementary school teaching in Mississauga, Ontario. The family wishes to thank the staff at Anna Laberge Hospital and the CLSC Beauharnois for the excellent care received. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

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Ray Wescott.
2020-01-15

Deepest Sympathy To The Family. Good by to yet another of family Friends !! Knew her and her parents for years Wonderful People. The world is poorer for their loss !!

Sheila Perry
2020-01-13

Most heartfelt sympathies to Patti and Jennifer, Debra, Larry and Judy, and your families. I will miss my Facebook chats with Sheila. We reminisced about the "Good Old Days" in Stanbridge East, and the history surrounding the area. Sheila , although was gone for quite awhile was very knowledgeable about our little village. Rest in Peace my dear old friend Sheila