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Frankie Ferguson

Frankie Ferguson (Thompson)

Monday, November 13th, 1939 - Tuesday, April 14th, 2020
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Obituary

Francis Eileen Ferguson (nee Thompson) November 13, 1939 - April 14, 2020

“Frankie”, as she was affectionately called by everyone who knew her was born in Invermere BC. She resided in Edgewater for several years with her parents and her sister Carol. It was in Edgewater that Frankie met and married Lewis Robert Ferguson. Lewis and Frankie moved to Britannia Beach and in 1968, they became parents to their pride and joy Frank Ryan Ferguson. In 1975, the trio moved to Brackendale and resided on Eagle Run. Frankie was employed at B.C. Rail as a First Aid Attendant, a career she loved and held until her retirement in 1997.

Frankie treasured making memories and family connections were a major priority for her. She was a very active member of the Squamish community, and could be found at a variety of local events and loved volunteering. Annual Remembrance Day tributes, 2010 Olympics, 2010 Paralympics, and the Railway Heritage Park are just a few.

She met and made friends everywhere she went and she was most often wearing one of her wonderful hats. Whether she was at TOPS, Musical Theatre, the Legion, curling or preserving cherished moments through her Creative Memories scrapbooking events, she had a very unique gift of making everyone feel so special and she was able to do this by sharing and spreading her love for the simple things in life. She loved hockey, music (especially Country) gardening, hummingbirds, Olaf ( from Frozen) trips up the Sea to Sky Gondola, caesars, and scrabble, crossword puzzles, reading and knitting.

Frankie faced many battles in her life ,she was a warrior against Cancer several times over and handled it all with such courage. Everyone who knew and loved her, also admired her for her constant strength and bravery.

On April 14, she grew her wings and left her earthly home to be reunited with the love of her life Lewis, her sister Carol, her parents and countless other beloved family members. The family wishes to express a heartfelt Thank you and deep gratitude to Dr. Jim Cranston as she endured many health challenges and he was so much more than a Doctor to her, he was a kind and caring friend. We also want to acknowledge and Thank the staff at the Squamish Hospice Society for their exceptional care of Frankie particularly in her finals days.

She is survived, celebrated, and dearly missed by her loving son Ryan, grandsons Blayne and Riley, great grand daughter Danyella as well as treasured family members and countless friends. To know her was to love her and to be loved by her was a gift to be cherished. She was deeply loved and will be missed beyond comprehension.

Her motto was to laugh often, love much, leave the world a little bit better, make memories, and cherish time with loved ones and that’s what we will do - until we meet again.

In lieu fo flowers, donations can be made to the Squamish Hospice Society or a local charity of ones choice in Frankie’s name.
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Stephen D. Harbin

Posted at 11:14am
I was very saddened and heart broken to hear of " Frankies " passing and leaving us. She was a very kind and graceful lady and always made me smile. I was honoured to be a helping hand in doing renovations and some handy man jobs around her family home in Brackendale years ago both before and after the passing of her husband Lewis. They loved curling and especially "Team Gushue " from Newfoundland so of course they smiled more when they realized that I was from the " rock " . The last time I saw Frankie was when she lived in her cottage downtown Squamish and we had a good cup of tea together as I helped her put up some Christmas decorations. I even wrote her the odd email after I moved back to Newfoundland six years ago ....and sadly ....I wrote one to her just last week after she had passed away ....(not knowing of her passing or of her being in ill health) . It makes for an extra big hole in my broken heart !
"God love ya Frankie ....and you and Lewis hurry hard up there on that special curling rink waiting for ye ...... cause we'll all be cheering you on "

Stephen D. Harbin
Squamish and St. John's, Newfoundland
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moira and tony Biggin-Pound

Posted at 07:51pm
Frankie you will be missed . First met you when we both worked at B.C.Rail and lived in Brackendale with our boys at the same school . We met many times over the years and more recently at the Seniors. Always cheerful and brave through her illnesses. A life well lived. Condolences to Ryan and family, Moira and Tony Biggin-Pound
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The Higham family

Posted at 05:55pm
To:Ryan and family..
Heartfelt condolences..
Frankie..a beautiful soul and spirt, good company, great teacher (WCB first aid) could sing, remembering the happiness that beamed on your parents faces the day of your Christening in an overcrowded Brittannia Beach church..I think the whole community turned out.
Frankie and Lew two lovely souls..never really apart. 🌷
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Sharon FORTIER

Posted at 01:21am
She Will Be So Missed My Aunt & God Mother I Loved Her So much .Gods Got You Now Aunty Frankie Luv Your God Daughter SHaron XO 😘
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senaka malleappah

Posted at 02:11pm
Farewell to a friend and college. My deepest condolences To Ryan. Senaka Malleappah.
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