Muriel Jean Warboys
December 4, 1937 – November 25, 2020
Muriel “Jean” Warboys, formerly of Norwich, Ontario, passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Wednesday November 25, 2020 in her 83rd year at Caressant Care Woodstock.
Loving wife of the late Donald Bates Warboys (2010). She will be missed by her sons Terry (Donna) Warboys, and Kevin Warboys. Loving Grandmother of Kendall, Chris, Courtney (Pete), Logan (Abbey), and great grandson Tyson. Loving sister of Dorothy Keresturi, Lois (Gary) Grant.
Remembered by her sisters and brothers in law Sharon Ryckman, Remi Vervaecke, Betty Lowes, Cathy Talbot, Bill Service, Marilyn Warboys, Charlene Warboys, and Carol (Ron) Leis, and many nieces and nephews.
Jean was predeceased by her son Wayne (Norma), daughter Penny, sister Shirley Vervaecke, and brother Jim Ryckman, her parents Emerson and Elizabeth Ryckman. brothers in law Ross, Bob, Fred, Leif, and John, and sister in law Marie.
Besides being our Mom, she was our hockey coach, cub leader and Number 1 Fan for hockey and baseball.
In keeping with Jean’s wishes cremation has taken place. A private family graveside Service will be held at a later date. Memorial donations to Diabetes Canada or Alzheimer Society of Oxford are appreciated and may be made directly, or by cheque through Wareing Cremation Services, 225 Norwich Ave., Woodstock, Ontario N4S 3V8. Messages of remembrance and condolence may be shared at www.wareingcremation.ca
The family would like to thank Dr. Collins and the staff of Caressant Care Woodstock and Walnut Grove Retirement Living in Norwich for their compassionate care.
Deepest sympathy Betty to you and all your extended family on the loss of your sister.
Betty, Rick, Randy Barber & Sue
Terry ,Kevin and families. I was sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Jean was a great neighbour,friend and co-worker of my Mom. There are not many people left in the neighborhood now. I will always remember she was your greatest fan and many happy times at the arena. May she now fly with the angels❤️
To Jean’s family,
I am so sorry for your loss. My dad, “Uncle Johnnie”, loved to get together with Jean and her sisters. They would always have such a great time. Rest in peace.
Terry, Donna, Kevin and all the grandchildren,
I am deeply sorry for the loss of your mother and grandmother. She cared so much for you and certainly took an interest in all your lives. It is too bad the last few years were not enjoyable for her and I’m sure it was difficult for all her family.
She was such a good worker and kept everything organized and neat. I recall teachers remarking how clean she kept their rooms and was the only one that ever cleaned the blackboard ledges.
You will always treasure the memories of your mother/grandmother as well as your dad/grandfather. One never forgets those times together.
With love and an abundance of sympathy, Aunt Marilyn
Sorry to here of your loss. Remember the good times to help you threw the hard times
I remember Jean, alwaysvavready smile. Sorry for your family’s loss.
Deepest condolences to all of Jeans family. Jean was a wonderful lady who loved her family and friends. Lots of good memories over the years of the Warboys family. ♥️🤗
Marylin and I send or condolences
So sorry Terry and Donna. Thinking of you and your family….our sincere condolences.