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Mrs. Sheila Ashton Bonney

Mrs. Sheila Ashton Bonney

1948 – 2022


It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Sheila Bonney (nee Ashton) in her 74th year. Beloved wife of the late Douglas Bonney, Sheila died with her daughters by her side after a courageous and private battle with cancer.

Sheila is predeceased by her parents, Ruth and Alex Ashton, the love of her life, Douglas, and her brother Kerry.

She is survived by her loving daughters Michaela and Alexis (Darryl), her brother Michael (Louise), sister-in-law Nadia, her niece and nephews and their families. Also survived by Doug’s daughters Glenys (Peter), Susan and his grand-daughter Rachel.

Of all her life`s accomplishments, her role as a grandmother is what she treasured most. Her loss is felt heavily by her cherished grandchildren Hannah, Emma, Eryn, Holly, Kyra, and Gabriel.

Sheila was a testament to the social working profession, tirelessly striving to improve her
community. Her professional integrity renowned, she was a mentor to many.

She will forever be remembered for her love of family, dear friendships, passion for travel,
appreciation of the arts, commitment to social justice issues, adoration of her cats, and her love of a great book.

Visitation will be held from 5-8pm on Tuesday January 3rd, 2023, at JJ Cardinal Funeral Home in Dorval. Cremation has already taken place.

Please consider a donation to Pancreatic Cancer Canada in Sheila’s memory.





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  • Shilah Hasan and Jeffrey Hulse Posted

    Sending love and hugs from New Jersey. We love you JoJo.

  • Greg Sheik Posted

    Sending my love during this difficult time. I have many fond memories to cherish.

  • Jim Allaway Posted

    Saddened to learn about Sheila’s leaving. Sheila lived her life so compassionately and with such integrity. I feel such gratitude for having Sheila as a friend.

  • David Lepage Posted

    Aunty Sheila, I will miss you. Please tell Doug I’m still sorry about his tomatoes. My condolences to the whole family. Sending hugs from Ashley and I here in New Brunswick.

  • Marjorie Campbell Posted

    Thinking of your mischievous smile and twinkling eyes. You made everyone you looked upon feel like the centre of the world sharing an inside joke with you. Wishing your memory brings comfort to your family and all those feeling your loss.

  • Katrina Grant Posted

    I am sending my love and heartfelt condolences to Sheila’s entire family. Sheila was a person I am honoured to have called a dear friend. Sheila’s gentle, quiet, reassuring wisdom was so often appreciated throughout our friendship. She will be dearly missed by all who knew her.

  • Josée Lanouette Posted

    Michaela and Alexis – thinking of you and your families during this difficult time. I have fond memories of both your parents from long ago Walters summer swimming days.

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