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Barbara Seale Forster


Selon ses volontés, aucune cérémonie n’aura lieu.


Les arrangements funéraires ont été confiés au : 

Complexe Funéraire BROME-MISSISQUOI

402, rue de la  Rivière, Cowansville, Qc.



Paisiblement à l’Hôpital BMP de Cowansville, le 5 février 2018, à l’âge de 92 ans, est décédée Mme Barbara Seale Forster, épouse de feu Alfred Forster, décédé en 1990.

 Elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants : Robert, Linda (Jeff Bromby) et Barry, ses petits-enfants : Graeme Bromby (Geneviève Pelletier), Carrie Bromby (Eric Lajoie) et Erin Bromby ( Don Kerr); ses arrière-petits-enfants :  Emma, Sheldon, Alexa Bromby, Nolhan, et Emery Lajoie, Liam, Sierra et Jasper Kerr.

La famille remercie sincèrement tout le personnel de l’hôpital BMP et du 3ième étage de la RPC pour les excellents soins prodigués. 

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Linda Gilbert

My thoughts are with you Linda - Jeff and family at this difficult time.

Alice & Kingsley

Our deepest sympathie Linda and to all your family

Bruce Manson

My condolences to the family at this difficult time.

Elaine and Jerry

our deepest sympathies to Linda and all your family

Dawn Brock

I send my sympathies to you Linda and your family for your loss of your Mom from Florida.

Wayne Bromby

My condolences to Barbara's family. Barbara was friends with my aunt Ethel Getty (nee Bromby) many years.

Jimmy Manson

I was saddened to learn of Barbie's passing. The Forster's house was my home away from home, when I was growing up and Barbie and Alfie always made me feel welcome. The Forsters were not only neighbours, but friends as well. Although a great many years have passed, I still have wonderful memories of that time. It was the place where Robert and I played Cowboys and Indians, won the Second World War all by ourselves and planned our practical jokes. I still remember the days when Robert and I would come home from school and sit out on the porch talking, while the ethereal sounds of Simon and Garfunkel kept us company in the background. I remember as well, Robert telling me when he was no more than four years old, "I have a sister now, her name is Linda, but we're going to call her Lindy." I still do. To Robert, Lindy, Barry and Jeff, sincere condolences from both Dorothy and myself. The world has lost a good person, but she has left us with memories that will last forever. Jimmy

Carol and Deanna Draper

We wish to extend our Sympathy to all of the Family of Barbara Forster . Sincerely Carol & Deanna Draper