Lorraine Hopson

July 22, 1928 - March 13, 2023
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After an extended illness, Lorraine died peacefully with her daughter Christine at her side. Lorraine was born on July 22nd, 1928, to Ernest and Hilda Gonsalves in Guyana (formally British Guiana). She, and her husband Samuel, emigrated to London England with their children in 1963. Later, Mom traveled to Texas where she studied and workedContinue Reading

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Chelsea Whitten left a message on April 17, 2023:
Cheryl & Mike Maxwell/Ho-Sing-Loy family left a message on April 4, 2023:
Dear Aunt Lorraine, your kind, selfless and generous nature has made you beloved by all that knew you. My fond memories of our long phone calls about our families and how they were doing and seeing you on our road trips. We are sad that we will miss you this year as the Lord has called you home to be with Him. God’s love, peace and comfort to all your family❤️
Shirley B Ming left a message on March 31, 2023:
In memory of our beloved Aunt Lorraine Hopson. Audrey, Rudolph, and Shirley Ming.
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Sandra and Ken Wong-Moon and Family left a message on March 29, 2023:
Condolences to the U-Ming family. We know you will miss Aunt Lo. Aunt Lo, I remember visiting you in the "good old days" back home. You were always humming and praising the Lord. You even showed me how to make garlic pork, which I have continued to make for my family, your recipe. Thank you for your wise advice to a teenager growing up in BG! Makes sense these days. May your soul rest in peace. With lots of fond memories and love.
Janet (Cheong) Albury-Simpson left a message on March 29, 2023:
Aunt Lorraine was my father’s (favourite) aunt whom I had of pleasure of meeting many years ago, along with Christine and her husband, when they were on holiday in The Bahamas. She was delightful! I had several conversations with her whereby she would give me a run down of our extended family, most of whom I never had the opportunity to meet. She spoke about her life, her children, her loves and how much she enjoyed attending her church service. Aunt Lorraine will be remembered lovingly and with great affection. May she rest in eternal peace. 💖🙏
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Shirley Ming Bracher left a message on March 28, 2023:
Aunt Lorraine was an exceptionally special person and was dearly loved by her family. She will be forever missed and will remain in our hearts and memories forever. Dear Mike, Syl, Mally, Peggy-Ann, Diane, Christine, and little Lorraine: My sincerest condolences at this time of sorrow; I share in your sadness. May you find peace, comfort, and all the love that you need in the days to come. Much love, Shirley.
Audrey Ming Trestrail left a message on March 28, 2023:
R.I.E.P. Aunt Lorraine. You will live on in our hearts. Your beautiful voice and kindness will always be remembered.
Sandra Gonsales left a message on March 28, 2023:
My sincere condolences to Aunt Lorraine's loved ones. Let the cherished memories you hold in your heart bring comfort during this difficult time. Rest in Peace Aunt Lorraine. 🕊
Jackie Headecker left a message on March 28, 2023:
I have known my Aunt Lorraine my entire life, she was married to my Uncle Samuel U-Ming, my mother’s brother, and I knew her passing would come one day, which I was dreading. Auntie was like a second mother to my self and all my siblings, after my Mom died when I was just six years old. I spent many weekends at her house playing with my many cousins, and have so many wonderful memories there except for when we had to drink the awful concoction of home remedies to clean out our stomach etc. we would all be called up one at a time for our dose. Now as an adult we can all laugh about it. Aunt Lorraine was affectionate and would hug us often, but when we were naughty we knew not to speak back to her. She was a wonderful cook and we enjoyed all her cooking, which I miss to this day. About twelve years ago when she visited Toronto, she stayed with me for a week and she baked her famous cream cheese bread which was absolutely delicious, and later gave me the recipe, in her writing which I will always treasure. Auntie we will miss you a lot but know you are with the angels in heaven, rest in peace, love Jackie Chin Headecker.
Eileen, Suzanne & Dawn left a message on March 28, 2023:
In Loving Memory of my dear AUNT LORRAINE . You will forever have a special place in my heart.
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Eileen Demendonca left a message on March 28, 2023:
The numerable times I visited and stayed with you linger in my mind, the unconditional love and care had no bounds If I had to choose the best cook in the family it would be you as you always add that extra with your lovely voice singing Doris Day classic "Que Sera Sera". Farewell my Special Auntie Lo, you left a legacy that will be read through the generations. You were a gem and will always be cherished. One day we will meet again. Rest in
Tom Meloche left a message on March 27, 2023:
My sincere condolences to all those grieving the loss of Mom. May she rest in His eternal Peace. I remember Mom’s singing, humour, fudge, independent spirit, pine tarts, many gardens, stories of life in Guyana and love for God. (I can hear her saying “Boy, God comes first.”) Goodnight and God Bless Mom.
Yvonne Ramcharitar left a message on March 26, 2023:
Please accept my sincere condolences to the entire family Aunt Lorraine you will be surely be missed especially your singing Rest In Eternal Peace 💕🙏💐
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