It is with great sadness that we share the sudden passing of Hazel Audrey Domaracki in her 94th year. Born in Grenville, QC, daughter of the late Rev. Joseph and Marjorie (Walker) Irving, Audrey had a long life, and was always positive, regardless of what fate threw her way. She lived in St. Lambert, QC, where she worked at Bell, then in Windsor, ON, where she worked at the University of Windsor, and for the past 30 years in Hawkesbury, ON. Audrey is predeceased by her beloved husband John Domaracki, step-daughters Sue Horner (the late Al) and Lynne Walker (Jim), and grandchildren Jeffrey Horner and Kerry Walker. She leaves to mourn sons Gary (Donna), Brian (Jill) and David (Donna) Millward, grandchildren Lisa Horner-Olver (Matthew), David Horner (Meredith) and Shannon Walker (Stuart), Adam, Ryan, Taylor (Kim), Marc, and Kelsey Millward, and great grandchildren Max and Elliot Horner, and Hayden and Chase Millward.
Audrey had dozens of friends world-wide with whom she kept in contact regularly, and was supported by many in her Hawkesbury community, in particular, her “angel”, Tammy and neighbours Normand and Louise, Lynn and Peter. She was a committed Christian, supporting both her church and a plethora of charities.Her smile, gentle disposition and warm hugs will be missed by all who knew her. It is imagined that she is now being serenaded on high by John.
Burial will take place in a private ceremony in the near future. A memorial service will be announced at a later date. In Audrey’s memory, please make a donation to Cassburn United Church (c/o 508 Fries Avenue, L’Orignal, ON K0B 1K0) or your favourite charity.
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A Tree of Remembrance for Audrey will be planted at the McAlpine Forever Forest, for more information visit www.treesofremembrance.com
Funeral arrangements entrusted to Hillcrest Funeral Home 151 Bond Street, Vankleek Hill, ON K0B 1R0 (866)678-2001.