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Voy Whiticar March 26, 1927 - April 9, 2021

Voy Noreen Whiticar graduated from this life to be with her Lord and Saviour on Friday April 9, 2021. She left this earthly life with prayer and hymns of thanksgiving, saying goodbye to her family in person and by phone. Voy received Christ September 28, 1935 and lived her life to serve her Saviour. She married her husband Bertie Thomas “Keith” Whiticar on June 24, 1950. Keith was a minister of the Gospel, supporting him throughout his ministry. She was involved with many childrens’ ministries throughout her life and loved children. If there was Christian meeting or service Voy was there. Her family and friends knew her as a strong prayer warrior. She loved music and singing hymns.

Voy lived a long life as a team player supporting her family. She was always there to support her family quietly working in the background. Family was always very important to Voy and she loved them deeply. She spent her last hours saying goodbye to her family. Voy left this earthly life as she lived it quietly. Voy’s legacy to her family was her example of strong abiding Christian faith no matter what circumstances this life brought her.

Voy was predeceased by her husband, Keith,  She is survived by her son Mark and his wife Susan of Red Lake, Ontario; grandson Aaron and his partner Amber of Red Lake, Ontario; grandson James and his wife Nicole of Gravenhurst, Ontario; granddaughter Rachel of Red Lake, Ontario; granddaughter Rebekah and her partner Jerrett of Thunder Bay, Ontario; and great grandchildren Emery, Kane, Liam, Jensen, and Raelynn.

The family would like to thank the staff of Princess Court, Dryden for their amazing care of Voy during her years there.

Voy’s celebration of life and her internment will take place at a later date when Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted. She will be sorely missed by all those she left behind.

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    Teena Chabot says

    I am sorry to hear of Voy”s passing. I always enjoyed my visits with Voy and the many stories she shared.

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