Mrs. Annette Conrad

Mrs. Annette Conrad (Crispino)

Saturday, March 25th, 1933 - Monday, October 12th, 2020
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Obituary

Annette (Crispino) Conrad

It is with heavy hearts we announce the peaceful passing of our dear mother, grandmother and sister
Annette Conrad at Southbridge Pinewood home in Thunder Bay on October 12, 2020.

Annette was born on March 25, 1933, the daughter of Jenny and Paul Crispino in Fort William. She
attended local schools and went on to a career in bookkeeping with a few local businesses where she
made many lifelong friends. She married the love of her life John (Juksey) Conrad and together they had
two daughters Linda and Sandy.

Besides being a vibrant career woman Annette's focus was always on her family. Entertaining the
extended family in Annette's home was a tradition carried on from Grandma's house on Holly Crescent.
Her Culinary skills were unsurpassed as she put on a belt busting meal fit for a king and did it with flair
on numerous holiday occasions to the delight of 30 plus relatives' regular appearances.

Annette's favorites were her grandchildren; Wiley, Carter and Neil, Nona's eyes lit up every time she
saw them. Weekends at Nona's were a special time for all the grand kids as they had all her love and
attention all to themselves.

Annette was predeceased by; her parents, her husband Juksey, her sister Delores Rezka, sister Theresa
and brother-in-law Edward Welch, her grandson Neil Rose, sister-in-law Joan Conrad, brothers and
sisters-in-law Donnie and Pauline McLeod, Alec and Ollie McDonald and other extended family.

Left to celebrate Annette's life are; her daughters Linda (Jack) Hutton and Sandy (Charlie) Rose, sister
Lorraine (George) Hill, brothers-in-law Alex Rezka and Robert (Bobby) Conrad, grandchildren Wiley and
Carter (Stacey) Hutton and great grandchildren Palmer and Emery Hutton and extended family.

The family would like to thank the caregivers and staff at Pinewood Court for their exceptional care
tending to mom over the years and a special thank you to Drs. Ruby and Steve Klassen, to all your care
and compassion is greatly appreciated.

In lieu of flowers should you wish donations can be made to the charity of your choice in Annette's
name. In accordance with Annette's wishes there will be no service offered. A private family interment
will follow later.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Simpler Times Cremation Centre, 332 North May Street,Thunder Bay.
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Kathie Johnson

Posted at 11:39am
Our sincere condolences to Linda and Sandy and all of Annetteā€™s family. Reading comments from Leslie and Gary brought back a flood of memories. We lived directly across the street on Bailey Avenue and for a few years shared a party line. Our Dad would sit at the window and watch for Annette to hang up the phone then he would bolt to ours to make his call. There was a group of young mothers of the gaggle of kids on the street and they often could be found having fun together. Annette was always a big part of our lives in those formative years and we remember her vivacity.
Kathie, Eileen, Arthur Johnson
LH

Leslie Herman

Posted at 11:27am
Dear Linda, Sandy and Annette's remaining family, my sincere condolences to you on your Mom's passing. I first met her when I was "interviewed" for the job of babysitting the two of you when you lived on Bailey Avenue. As we grew older we never forgot her as she made an impression on us, and thankfully, as we became adults, we continued to keep in touch. Your Mom was an exceptional person. So kind and with such a great sense of humour. She is very much ingrained into childhood memories shared by all the Bailey Avenue kids. She is part of what made our lives so special living there. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. God bless you Annette and thank you for the memories. Sincerely, Leslie (McCallum) Herman
JP

Judy perozak

Posted at 04:17pm
To all the Conrad, Hutton and Rose families we offer our deepest condolences and sincere sympathy on the loss of Annette We have another angel in heaven to look after everyone. God bless you all. Judy Perozak and Dave Simpson
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Gary marmounier

Posted at 01:41pm
So sorry for Annette passing. She was like a 2nd mom to me. She got me my 1st job at western scrap metals,when I was 15. So many memories of Bailey ave. Sy.pathies to Lindy and sandy and families. She's on my memorial wall.
PF

Philip Fratpietro

Posted at 01:02pm
I remember in 1951 she bought me a pop cream soda. The first soda I ever had in Canada. Rest in Peace Annette. Philip Fratpietro Nanaimo BC.
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