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Isabelle Lankin

Isabelle Lankin

August 26, 2015

Isabelle Lankin
Lankin, Isabelle; After a full life of caring for others, Isabelle Edith (Murchison) Lankin died peacefully at Gateway Haven Retirement Home, Wiarton on Wednesday August 26th, 2015 in her 94th year. Beloved wife of the late Allan Lankin (1979). Survived by one sister Agnes Culp of Arthur. Loved mother of Don (Linda) Lankin of Wiarton and Lyle Lankin (Marion Collins) of Kitchener. Cherished grandma of Caelen Lankin (Dr. Natalie Messmer) of Courtice, Lindsey Lankin (Neil Simpson) of London, Dustin (Ashley) Lankin of Mount Forest and Chauntle Lankin (Luke Dillman) of Mount Forest. Proud great grandma of Mason and Gavin Lankin and Lucas Dillman of Mount Forest. Friends may call at the England Funeral Home, Mount Forest on Friday August 28th from 10:00a.m. until time of the funeral service at 11:00a.m. A reception will follow at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Mount Forest. Interment at Belsyde Cemetery, Fergus on Friday at 2:30p.m. Memorial donations to St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Mount Forest or to Bruce Peninsula Hospice would be appreciated by the family. On line condolences may be made at www.englandfuneralhome.com


To the Lankin family My brother and I grew up near your moms home our parents where good friends and neighbours with your grandparents we went to school with Agnes and Ken Our deepest sympathy to all your family

— Ken Rolston &Katheen Bogart {Rolston, September 4, 2015

Don & Linda and Family, I'm so sorry to hear of your loss. Thinking of you. Toni

— Toni Wright, September 1, 2015

Don,Linda and Family So sorry to read of you Moms' passing. Take care of yourselves and each other. Linda.

— Linda France, September 1, 2015

So sorry to hear of your loss. Linda spoke so fondly of Gramma, and I know she was a well loved woman. I am thinking of your family during this difficult time.

— Melanie Knowles, August 28, 2015

To Don and Linda and Family and all of Gramma Isabels Family. We are next door neighbours. What a sweetheart she is and has been since we have known her. Always a smile and so cute--thats why we called her Gramma,as that is what she was like. I think everyone would want a lady like her for Gramma. We will always remember Don bringing her up in the nice weather on the back of the atv for wee visit. The sweetest ever sight, that we will always remember and treasure. Marion Williamson and John Cornfield.

— marion williamson, August 26, 2015

Contact Info

294 Main Street South
P.O. Box 38, Mount Forest
Ontario, Canada N0G 2L0
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