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Sheelagh Ann Myers 1938-2022

Sheelagh passed away peacefully on December 12, 2022 after a three-year stay in long-term care. Born in Montreal, Sheelagh was the oldest of the four children of Clara McCubbin and Leslie Myers. She is survived by her sister Joan (late Wayne), brother Robert (Linda), and brother John (Diane) who treasure their memories of her. She married Grant Van Vliet in 1958 and they had four children: Karen Tripp (Trevor), Keith Scott, Kevin, Kim Allinson (Ken), and a grandson Stephen. She loved them with all her heart. She was blessed with 11 nieces and nephews who stole her heart: Derek (Joanne), Keith, Scott (Robin), Johanna (Michael), Luke, Craig, Alison, Jessica, Harrison, Kenny, and Mac.
Sheelagh loved her family, Christmas, music, dancing, knitting, dogs, camping, travelling and babies.  She took great pleasure in giving generously to people in need.

A sincere thank you to the team at CHSLD Sutton, Physiotherapie S.Mobile and massage therapist Nancy Dover for taking such good care of her for the past three years.

Sheelagh is likely dancing once again, singing songs of joy and watching over all of us. Her love will live forever in our hearts.

The family will have a private gathering at a later date.

Serre & Finnegan

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Christmas Bureau in your community.


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Our condolences

Goodbye Sheelagh. We miss you now, and always will.

Robert Myers

Our condolences

My sincere sympathy.

Garry Bickes

Our condolences

We were so sorry for the loss of your mother Karen. Everyone should be blessed with a daughter like you who stayed in your mother’s life every day! Your many visits and online links were something special! She is indeed dancing again!!!

Gladys and Brian Laing

We share your sorrow

I’m sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. It’s always hard to accept the loss of a loved one, especially at this time of year. Our thought are with you in this difficult time of grieving.

Wayne Millett

Our condolences

My sincerest condolences to Joan, Robert and John on the passing of your sister and to Karen, Scott, Kevin and Kim. I have wonderful memories of Sheelagh and Grant and their family at their home in Lacolle. We were three young guys, friends of Robert from Montreal East who were always up for an adventure and always found a welcome at Sheelagh’s house. I remember how warmly we were welcomed despite the uproar we caused. Sheelagh was full of fun, kind, patient and “big-sisterly”, ready to dispense wise advice to us when we should have been acting our age. I share your sadness at her passing.
Ross Young

Ross Young

Toutes nos condoléances

I wish to the hole famely deepest sympathies and my thaugts are with you all. Sheelagh will allways have a special place in my heart for ever.
It was a privelage to have the chance to give good for your mother and a friend of mine.
Cinserely Jackie xxx

Jacqueline marcoux

Our condolences

My sincere sympathies to Karen, Keith, Kevin, Kim and family. I have wonderful memories of when I was younger going to her home, and she treated me just like one of her own. I remember that one time when I was sleeping over and I was on the top bunk bed, and Karen was on the bottom. I got so scared because I kept hearing something and saw shadows. Sheelagh came to calm me down and explained it was the tree branches hitting the window and the way the moon was reflexing, I then was able to sleep. I remember the time they ordered pizza, what a treat that was! I never forgot that as it was the first time I had pizza from a restaurant. I seen Sheelagh about 4 years or so ago, at the residence in St Bernard de Lacolle, she hadn’t changed, she looked the same. Wonderful memories, Thank you for them. R.I.P.

Janet Stinson Sharp

Toutes nos condoléances

Our sympathy to all the family.

Suzanne & Charlie Upton

Our condolences

My deepest sympathy to Sheelagh’s family. I have wonderful memories of visits with Sheelagh in the days she lived in Lacolle and know she will be terribly missed by her dear chikdren.

Joanne Davenport

Our thoughts are with you in this moment of grief

Mary and I send our sympathies and will keep you in our thoughts.
Be well and stay safe.
Van & Mary Rankin

Van Rankin

Our condolences

Doug and I are sorry to hear about the loss of your Mother .

Doug and Nancy Davies

May peace be with you

Karen, Kim, Kevin, Keith Scott…I remember your Mom from when I was young and Karen and I took the school bus together. In time you will take joy in remembering her as you knew her in all stages of life and it will bring a smile to your face. My sincere condolences to all of you and the rest of the family.

Debbie McClelland

Our thoughts are with you in this moment of grief

Je pense à toute votre famille. Je vous souhaite du temps pour être ensemble ou du moins partager des souvenirs avec la famille élargie de Sheelagh.
Un temps pour se remémorer le temps passé.

Christiane Guay