Sunday, April 14, 2024
April 14, 2024

TUTTLE, Gwenyth, Chalmers

Gwenyth Chalmers Tuttle

Gwenyth died January 10, 2021 at the age of 88 in Ottawa, Ontario.
Gwenyth is survived by her daughters Alison (Craig Fraser), Kelowna, BC, Sandra (Larry O’Gorman), Ottawa and Karen (Corey Sharman), McKinney, Texas. Grandchildren Sidney (Adam Crossman), Ottawa, Carrie, Kelowna and Kylie, Liam and Calum, McKinney and great grandchildren Etta and Otis, and her brother Kerby Goddard, NSW Australia.

Gwenyth was predeceased by her brothers Geoffrey and Hugh Goddard. Her beloved husband Adney Clifton Tuttle passed away on November 1, 2009, Salt Spring Island.

Gwenyth met Adney in 1955 while working in Williams Lake, BC; Gwen a registered nurse from Sydney, Australia and Adney, a Constable with the RCMP. Gwen and Adney moved to Ottawa in 1961 with their first daughter Alison and Sandra quickly joined them in 1962 then Karen Leslie Ann in 1965. In 1974 Gwen and Adney spent a year at University Laval mastering French. Gwen continued working throughout her nursing career at the Montford Hospital in Ottawa. Gwen and Adney lived in Almonte, Ontario for a few years before retiring and moving to McLennan Valley on Salt Spring Island. Gwen started working at Lady Minto Hospital shortly after arriving in Salt Spring. Gwen and Adney loved their time on the Island and had many wonderful friends and experiences. Gwen started painting again thanks to the lush scenery on their beautiful 10 acre dream property. After Adney passed away in 2009, Gwen moved back to Ottawa in 2010 where she traded in her gardening hat and gloves and moved to condo living.

We wish to sincerely thank the doctors, nursing and support staff at The Glebe Centre. Their constant care and assistance has been incredible.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to The Glebe Centre. Gwen (Mum, Nengie) requested that there be no service. Tributes, condolences and donations may be made at www.tubmanfuneralhomes.com

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