It is with great sadness that the family of the late Edith Thamm of Burin Bay Arm announce her peaceful passing at Burin Peninsula Health Care Centre on Monday, October 31, 2021 at the age of 63 years.
Leaving to mourn with precious and loving memories sister Rosa (Dave Moulton); step daughter Debbie (Nick Coccimiglio) Brampton step grandchildren's Francesco, Aryana, Ava, step daughter Pamela (Andrew Hunt) step grandchildren Kinsley, Lucas & Gabriella; nephews Dylan (Marriah) Terrace, BC, great-nephews Hugh & Pax, nephew Corey Moulton (Brittany) Garson MB, great-niece Marianna, niece Sherry Moulton great niece brianna, great nephew James (Josie) great great niece Morgan, niece Stephanie Moulton, great niece Sarah plus a large circle of other family and friends.
Predeceased by parents Inge & Robert Thamm; brother Robert Albert Thamm.
In keeping with Edith wishes cremation has taken place.
In keeping Covid Regulations you will be asked to show proof of vacination and sign in for contact tracing and wear mask at all times. Family will be accepting visitors at Serenity Funeral Home, Burin Friday November 19th from 1-4 PM & 7-9PM
Donations in her memory made may to the Salvation Army Faith & Hope Corps or flowers gratefully accepted.
Funeral arrangements will be entrusted to Serenity Funeral Home, Burin. “We listen. We learn. We walk with you.”
Edith loved ladybugs
Ladybugs have connected deeply with all manner of spirituality, symbolism, lore, and cultural beliefs. Its most common representation is good luck, great fortune, protection, love, and luck. “How brave a ladybug must be! Each drop of rain is big as she.”
“With a butterfly kiss and a ladybug hug, sleep tight little one like a bug in a rug.”
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