Felice Quigley

Felice Quigley

May 6, 1930 – November 24, 2015

Passed after a very brief illness.

Born in Vienna in 1930, Felice left Austria as a refugee

on the Kindertransport scheme. Learning English in an

orphanage at age 14, she apprenticed to become a

hairdresser, a profession she loved. Always skilled at

cooking and baking she loved to entertain. A proficient

knitter she kept her family and friends supplied with

warm sweaters. As a counsellor she served the village

of Alert Bay. As an LPN she nursed at Saint Georges

Hospital.

Retiring to Comox she kept busy volunteering with the

crisis line and the D’esterre seniors where she enjoyed

chatting and playing Whist.

She loved her family most of all and will be forever

cherished and lovingly remembered by son Clive (Cindy)

and granddaughter Amber (Kory).

Predeceased by James, her loving husband since 1953,

her son Simon (Darlene) and her sister Ellinor (Alec).

Thanks to Dr. Susan Hunter for her care and compassion

over many years.

Thanks to St. Joseph’s third floor staff. Donations in her

memory can be made to the Comox Valley food bank.


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