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Thelma "Sally"
Murdock (Trenear)
1939 - 2022
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Obituary for Thelma "Sally" Murdock (Trenear)

Thelma "Sally"  Murdock (Trenear)
MURDOCK, Sally (nee Trenear)

March 26, 1938 – March 15, 2022
Peacefully fell asleep at home, in her favorite chair Long Sault, Ontario. Loving Wife & Sweetheart of Jack Murdock for 66+ years. Cherished & Loving Mother of Bonnie Beaudoin (Rej), Mary Duperron (Joseph), John Murdock (Tammy). Grandmother of: Alice Caswell (Matt), Margaret Berniquer (Gerald), Rob Murdock (Vicky), Jill Murdock (Chris), & Steven Beaudoin (Hanna) Great Grandmother of: Ashley, Owen, Megan, Simon, Adryan, Sophia & Issac, Great-Great Grandmother of: Takoda, Addyson & Peyton Favorite Aunt of many Nieces and Nephews Predeceased by Parents, Lena Trenear & Russell Bailey, Daughter Debbie, & Son in law Leon Killoran, Granddaughter Tammy Berniquer, Brother Herb Trenear, Sister Loretta Trenear, and Robert & Margaret Murdock, Mother & Father-in-law Sally was a Member of St. Matthews Presbyterian Church and of the Ladies Group. She grew up in Mille Roches, and was an avid Supporter & Volunteer of The Lost Villages Historical Society, The Button Club, The Quilting Club, The Quilting Guild, The Porcelain Doll Club, and a very valued past Volunteer of the Long Sault Skating Club, and South Stormont Hockey Association. Seasonal Supporter & Ticket Holder of the Upper Canada Playhouse Theater, and of Upper Canada Village, and several other past Groups. She had a keen love of Gardening & Flowers, was an excellent Cook, Quilter, Porcelain Doll Maker, Master Crafter, an ever "Lifelong Faithful Fan" to The Toronto Maple Leafs Hockey Team, and always had a helpful hand, to offer to anyone in need. A truly dedicated Wife to her loving Husband, and a devoted Mom to her cherished Children. God has gained a truly special Angel. Internment will take place at St. Lawrence Valley Cemetery, in Ingleside at a later date. Donations in Mom's Name to the The Lost Villages Historical Society 16361 Fran Laflamme Drive, Long Sault, Ont. K0C 1P0 or St. Matthews Presbyterian Church 15 Memorial Square, Ingleside, Ont. K0C 1M0 would be most appreciated, & would have made Mom happy, in lieu of Flowers. Arrangements entrusted to Brownlee Funeral Homes, Ingleside, Ont. Online condolences may be made at

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