Veronica (Vera) Mary McGuire

Birth: 1931-05-31 Died: 2010-09-27

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Visitation Location:

Service Date: 10/13/2010

Service Time: 10:00:00 AM

Service Location: Our Lady of the Assumption Parish

Service Address: 3141 Shaughnessy St. Port Coquitlam, B.C.

 McGuire – Veronica Mary

McGuire – Veronica Mary Born in Vancouver,

BC May 13, 1931 died after a long and valiant

battle with cancer on September 27, 2010 at Royal

Columbian Hospital. Loved and missed by her sons

William, Gerald, Michael and Daniel, daughters

Eileen and Kathleen, granddaughters Jessica and 

Genevieve and their mother Maria. Vera taught

catechism at St. Francis de Sales and Our Lady

of the Assumption. She worked tirelessly over the

years as a member and/or volunteer with numerous

organizations including the Burke Mountain Trail

Riders, Rogers Cable, the Wilson Senior Centre and

the Catholic Women’s League. Her loving energy

benefitted all who knew her. Mass of Christian Burial

will be celebrated 10:00 a.m. Wednesday October 13,

2010 at Our Lady of the Assumption Church, 3141

Shaughnessy St., Port Coquitlam. In lieu of flowers

donations may be made to Our Lady of the Assumption


Church – New Church Building Fund.

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Date :30 Nov -0001

Tribute :While our thoughts and prayers go out to Vera's family- our wonderful memories of her will stay with us. From our visits with her and Fred- and the many years of exchanged holiday greetings- we knew her to be loving to her family and gracious to her friends. She was our connection to the our distant McGuire cousins and we will miss her.

Charles Murphy

Date :30 Nov -0001

Tribute :Dear McGuire Cousins- Today my brother- Charlie- called me to tell me about your mother- Vera. We are so sorry to learn about your mother's death. Vera and I spoke at Christmas and always she was happy to tell me about you. Through the years- we as a family have kept in contact through our Christmas cards. To me Vera was such a remarkable lady who seemed to do everything with ease. Vera had this wonderful relaxed way about her that I always admired. She was a gracious and kind lady and so good with children. She and Fred raised a great family and I am very sorry for your loss. Denise- Frank and John Sexton - Chicago

Denise Sexton

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