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Reta McCourt

Reta McCourt

Tuesday, January 18th, 1955 - Friday, April 9th, 2021
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Obituary

Reta McCourt, of Kincardine and formerly of Port Elgin and Atwood, passed away at Trillium Court, Kincardine after a 3 year battle with cancer on Friday, April 9th, 2021 in her 67th year.

Loving sister of Marlene McCourt of Etobicoke and Robert (Bonnie) McCourt of Tiverton.

Cherished aunt of Christina (Jason Hawkins) McCourt, Megan (Jason) Rubidge, John Mccourt, David (Stacey Leplante) McCourt and Jenna Quinn.

She will be greatly missed by aunts, uncle, many cousins and friends.

Predeceased by her parents Elmer and Margery (née Hanna) McCourt and her brother James “Jim” McCourt.

Reta was involved in Community Living and an active participant of the Special Olympics.

No Celebration of Life is scheduled at this time.

Final resting place, Milverton Cemetery.

Memorial donations to the Special Olympics Ontario or Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated as expressions of sympathy.
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Wayne Caskanette

Posted at 04:49pm
Marlene, Robert, Bonnie, John and others.
I am happy to have met Reta through my fundraising for the SO. I'll always remember the day of collecting bottles at the beer store when she approached me and asked if I was older than her. I didn't know how to politely answer so I asked her what her age was and then replied that she was 3 years older. I'll miss her.
Wayne Caskanette
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John and Diane Williams

Posted at 01:27am
Marlene, Robert and families : our sincere sympathy is extended to you on the loss of your sister Reta. We both have fond
memories of seeing Reta around Atwood and her love of "chatting". She always had a smile on her face and a warm welcome.
May she now be at peace.
John and Diane Williams
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Bernice Bridge

Posted at 11:23pm
So very sorry to hear about the loss of Reta. Sendin my sincere love & condolences.
Bernice Bridge
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Brian Hymers

Posted at 08:44am
To Robert and Marline and your extended families my deepest sympathy. Rita was a very good friend and local companion in our growing's up in Atwood.
I have many fond memories of her and my dad Stew having conversations around the kitchen table.
I remember a particular day when we (all of us) broke every window out of Garfield Horns workshop.
Rita lead the parade of us throwing stones at the glass windows to get us all started.
Boy oh Boy did we catch the devil, another life lesson learned for sure.
She was such an innocent soul, full of life and conversation.
Blessings,
Brian Hymers DLM
Egmondville United Church
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Ruth Preisch

Posted at 08:46pm
Dear Marlene, Robert and family, my deepest sympathy on the loss of your sister Reta. May your memories bring you comfort at this difficult time. Sincerely, Ruth Preisch
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