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Louie Mae (Lunn) Lackey
January 25, 1931 - August 10, 2023
Louie Mae passed away at Bobier Villa Retirement Home, Dutton Ontario on August 10, 2023 in her 92nd year. Beloved wife of 68 years of Donald James Lackey who passed away in 2019.
Proud mother of Ivan and his wife Sheri of Wallacetown, Jim and his wife Lori of St Thomas, Barb Carr and her late husband Bob of Calgary, Randy and his wife Ann of Port Dover, Paul of Meaford, Ron and his wife Tammy of Wallacetown.
Grandmother of Michelle Lackey and Sheldon Forsyth, Kelly Peterson and Des, Megan Lackey and Jeremy Poulin, Rob Lackey and Charlotte, Marcia Carr, Tom Carr and Stephanie Rutherford, Katherine Adkin and Aaron, Brinley Lackey, Brogan Lackey.
Survived by 20 great grand children; Julie Forsyth, Shelley Forsyth, Rob Forsyth, Aidan Peterson, Addison Peterson, Kaden Poulin, Kolton Poulin, Kyla Poulin, Bailey Keenan, Lucas Sully, Kyle Sully, Hunter Carr, Lexy Rutherford, Jace Rutherford, Asher Adkin, Austin Adkin, Ayven Mae Adkin, Cullen Mizon, Isabella Janes, Sadie Janes.
Also survived by 2 great great grand children Jackson Payne, McKenna Payne.
Survived by brother-in-law Clair Lackey of London and sister-in-law Shirley Lunn of Belmont.
Predeceased by her parents Archie and Ruby Lunn of Wallacetown, brothers Leonard Lunn of Wallacetown, Raymond (and Jessie) Lunn of Wallacetown, Russell Lunn of Belmont, Maxwell (and Louise) Lunn of London, Lloyd (and Geraldine) Lunn of Talbotville, and sisters Eleanor Wallace (and John) of St Thomas and Grace Lumley (and Lawrence) of St Thomas.
Louie was a member of the Wallacetown Presbyterian Church in Wallacetown growing up and became a member of the Wallacetown United Church upon getting married. Louie was an active member and leader in many groups over the years including; Wallacetown United Church, Wallacetown United Church Women's group, Wallacetown Women's Institute, as well as the Dutton's Senior's Club. Louie was always proud of the work, the accomplishments and the value that these groups made to the community.
Louie had a life long love of music, teaching herself to play piano by ear as a child. Over the years she had a piano, guitar, organ and keyboard. She knew hundreds of songs by memory and she loved to play and sing all of the old favorites. At church she sang solos, duets and for years in a trio.
Visitation will be held at Arn Funeral Home 193 Shackleton St Dutton (519-762-2416 on Sunday August 13, 2-4 & 7-9 pm where the Funeral Service will be on Monday August 14, 2023 at 11:00am . Interment will be at the Tyrconnell Cemetery. Following the graveside a luncheon will be held at the Dutton United Church h 274 Currie Road, Dutton Ontario. (19-762-3821) Donations to the Dunwich United Church greatly appreciated by the family.
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