Haner-Death“Remember me for my kindness and sense of humour.”

Marilyn Evette Haner “Grammy”, a resident of Mindemoya, died peacefully at home, on Wednesday, April 1, 2015 at the age of 71. Born to Mae (nee Gibson) and Lloyd Haner, on December 24, 1943. Cherished mother and grandmother of Theresa and Dan Webb and children Sylina, Amber, DJ and fiance Jessica, Brian Paquette (predeceased) and children Adam and Daniel, Jacqueline Paquette and Rob Hopkin and our kids Sierra, Serena, Branden and Tara. Dear sister of Bill and Marion Haner, Gertrude and Evan Morrell, Frank Haner and Eva, Mary and Roy McCulligh (both predeceased), Charlie Haner, Nancy and Dale Sagle and Susan Haner. Sister-in-law Anne predeceased. Will always be remembered by many nieces, nephews and friends. Marilyn had a big heart, she became like a mom to the people in her building. The coffee gang at the Espresso Bar will greatly miss her morning visits. She was always helping, or driving someone to an appointment, the grocery store, or whereever they needed to go. She enjoyed euchre and always had a car full of passengers when going to a euchre party. Marilyn was a Christian, and an active member in her church. She loved sharing Jesus with everyone. Marilyn’s confidence in her faith, gave her peace knowing she would be reunited with her parents and son Brian again. We will miss you. Family and friends gathered at Spring Bay Pentecostal Church from 7 pm to 9 pm on Sunday, April 5, 2015. Funeral Service was held at 11 am on Monday, April 6, 2015 at Spring Bay Pentecostal Church with Rev. Dan Thompson officiating. Cremation with burial of ashes in Burpee-Mills Cemetery. Donations in Marilyn’s memory are for a cause close to her heart, money gathered is for a family in need within the community who is dealing with cancer and treatment. Marilyn was in the process of setting up a fundraiser. At the families request the name of the family in need is being kept private. The other cause close to her heart was for the “Thomas Sagle Van Fund”. Other charities mentioned were the Mindemoya Hospital Auxiliary or the Spring Bay Pentecostal Church. “If you want to honour Mom, please be kind to those most vulnerable in our community.” Record your thoughts, memories and photos at