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Mavis (Robinson)  Fregin (nee Herdman)

Mavis (Robinson) Fregin (nee Herdman)

July 16, 1934 - September 27, 2020
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Mavis (Robinson) Fregin (nee Herdman)

Mavis completed her life’s journey on earth, on September 27, 2020 at 86 years of age. Beloved wife of Edgar William Fregin for 23 years. Devoted mother of Diane (Cameron), Derek (Linda), Donna (Roger) and Dale. Stepmother of Laura (Michael), Douglas and Gordon (Michelle). She will be missed dearly by her 7 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, 5 step grandchildren and 4 step great grandchildren. Predeceased by her parents John and Edith Herdman. Loving sister to Gerald Herdman (late Donna). Survived by many nieces and nephews.

Mavis retired from Ontario Ministry of Labour after 17 years of service. She was an active member at St. James Anglican Church serving on the parish council and the Chancel Guild. She will always be remembered for her passion for gardening, homemaking, family dinners and gatherings.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Hospice of Windsor or the Windsor Regional Cancer Center would be appreciated.

At Mavis’s request cremation will take place with no visitation or services. A memorial service and celebration of her life will take place at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Families First 3260 Dougall Ave. South Windsor 519-969-5841.
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Mary Krutsch

Posted at 10:14am
So sorry for your loss. Mavis and I were classmates in grade school at SS#9 and at high school. Mavis was a great life long friend. Until a year ago June, we enjoyed our friendship skating together. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Mary Krutsch
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David Burnett

Posted at 10:23am
It was a pleasure to have you as our neighbours over these past years. Mavis's and your presence will be greatly missed. Whether it was a quick wave and a hello, or your pleasant whistle while you worked.
We would like to offer our deepest sympathy for the passing of Mavis and our condolences to you and the families.
David and Patti Burnett
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Rzimmer2@cogeco.ca

Posted at 08:57pm
Ed and Family:
My deepest condolences on the passing of Mavis. I so appreciated the many years she would leave a birthday card and a flower in my mail box from her gardens.
Rest in paradise Mavis.
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Anne M. Cripps

Posted at 12:35pm
Mavis - My Dearest Friend,

Where do I begin. We met about 50 years ago watching our sons playing Little League baseball. From there we became very close friends.

I will miss you, especially our weekly tours of our gardens. Luncheon outings would sometimes end visiting a flower centre. At some point in just about every conversation talk would turn to our children. You were proud of every one of them and the lives they have created for themselves.

We were part of each others support systems, you were always just a phone call away. Whether walking 4 to 5 miles every day as part of my breast cancer recovery or providing a shoulder to cry on during Ken's illness and passing you were there.

I'm sure you had good and bad days during the last year and a half of your life but you didn't just put on a brave face, you maintained a positive outlook.

I'll miss you. My condolences to Ed and family,
Anne Cripps
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Sharon Cornett

Posted at 04:39pm
I will truly miss our periodic get togethers , more often than not in the screened in patio, drinking wine and talking. I will also miss going over on Halloween in my costume, after all the little ones had gone on their way , and trick or treating for a glass of wine. We had a lot of fun. She was an incredible person who's energy was never-ending it seemed. She was lovely inside and out and loved talking about all of her family. Mavis was a terrific neighbor and she will be missed by so very many of us.

Our sincere condolences to Ed and all of her family.
Sam and Sharon Cornett
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