Yeoman- Dora Jeanette

Yeoman- Dora Jeanette -78 of London, Ontario passed away September 25, 2013 at the University Hospital, London, Ontario. Born in Digby, Nova Scotia; she was the daughter of the late Lyman and Oda Pyne. She was predeceased by husband Joseph Yeoman; sister Paula and brother Carl Sr. Surviving are her daughter Linda Hearn (John)St. Thomas, Ontario, son Donald Yeoman (Sherry) London, Ontario, Carl Pyne Jr., Nova Scotia. Survived by her two brothers Harold Pyne (Pat), Jimmy Pyne. She is survived by her 6 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Sister-in-law to Ann Durston, Rose Durston, Pete Yeoman. Predeceased by sister-in-laws Jenette, Edith and Theresa. She took pleasure in Bingo, baking and knitting. If she could her daily diet would’ve consisted of haddi bits, lobster, corn and ice cream. She was best known for her seafood chowder, chocolate zucchini cake and specialty donuts. She touched many hearts and was loved beyond words and will be dearly missed by all who knew her. Her love of family, friends and animals could never be measured. Cremation has taken place and she will be returning home to her love Joe in Digby, Nova Scotia.

There will be a celebration of her life to follow. A tree will be planted in her memory. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to cancer society or charity of choice. Williams Funeral Home, 45 Elgin St., St. Thomas, Ontario entrusted with the arrangements. Condolences can be sent to ahughson@execulink.com

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  1. I am saddened at the passing of my Aunt Dora. She was a woman I looked up to, from childhood, as she drove a car and worked outside the home when it was the exception to the norm. She was easy-going and quick to smile, a tire-less worker. She loved her family, pets and hobbies. She made me feel comfortable in her company. I will miss her. I will treasure the roast pan I got for a wedding present, the scarf she made me last year and the call she made to me on May 13 of this year to congratulate me on my Master’s. Her kindness will never be forgotten.

    She was also predeceased by my mother, Patsy, in 1991, her sister-in-law for 35 years, brother Harold’s first wife.

    Niece Deb Pyne-Young, Gray, Maine

  2. I am saddened at the passing of my Aunt Dora. She was a woman I looked up to, from childhood, as she drove a car and worked outside the home when it was the exception to the norm. She was easy-going and quick to smile, a tire-less worker. She loved her family, pets and hobbies. She made me feel comfortable in her company. I will miss her. I will treasure the roast pan I got for a wedding present, the scarf she made me last year and the call she made to me on May 13 of this year to congratulate me on my Master’s. Her kindness will never be forgotten.

    She was also predeceased by my mother, Patsy, in 1991, her sister-in-law for 35 years, brother Harold’s first wife.

    Niece Deb Pyne-Young, Gray, Maine