Friday, December 9, 2022
December 9, 2022

NYE, Louise

Louise Nye
December 21st 1934 – January 6th 2021

A resident of Salt Spring Island since 1989. Louise passed away from Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

Born in Toronto and raised there and in Caledon East, Ontario. Louise attended Brampton High School and the Windsor Beauty Culture School.

Predeceased by parents Louis Stevens Nye and Winifred May Butt Nye, second husband Brian Cornwall in 1998 and her older sister Barbara Nye Chrismas in 1999. Grandson Jackson Cooper Mouat Miles November 2020.

Survived by her three children: Michael and Stephen Miles, both of Salt Spring, Sheryl Miles Ross (Mike) of Belleville,On. and three grandchildren Lindsay Ross of Calgary,Sam Miles of Salt Spring Island and Dylan Ross of London, On. Her two sisters Gloria Nye and Alberta Nye, both of Rockwood, On. and many cousins,nieces,nephews and friends.

Louise was a former owner of Salt Spring Cinema (1990-1997) and author of “Fritz the Cinema Cat”, “Fritz Gets his Wings” and “Salt Spring Cinema Pix” which contained 100 from her pre-movie side shows.

No service by request.

Donations to the Canadian Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Association would be greatly appreciated.


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