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Photo Memories of Elsie Voyce with Love

Photo Memories of Elsie Voyce with Love
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Brenda Munro 

June 29th 1945 the marriage of my parents Tom Voyce to Elsie Clyde..

Brenda Munro· 

Elsie Voyce of Montreal Quebec at the age of 19 or 20 while she was working in the Army Depot. What a gorgeous lady then and now…

Brenda Munro

myself and my beautiful Mother Elsie Voyce in the home I purchased in Gananoque, in 1980…

Brenda Munro · 

Shawn Woodcock my baby , my grandson Jesse and my Mom Elsie Voyce

Brenda Munro · 

At the Mississippi Golf club

The place was hopping today at the Mississippi Golf Club in Appleton today What a great crowd…… Elsie turned 100 today!!!!

Elsie Clyde Voyce was born in Elham, Kent, England on April 7th, 1922 and emigrated to Canada the following year, arriving in Saint John, NB in January of 1923. She was one of six children and the last remaining. She married my maternal Uncle, Thomas Bernard Voyce in 1947 on his return from overseas, fighting in WWII.-Michael Doyle

Hard Core


I’m posting this picture of a very dear lady to me Elsie Voyce it’s her 99th birthday today…. This woman is like my grandmother I love her very much she’s a very kind and loving soul and she means the world to me happy birthday sweetheart…. Many more… Love you always Elsie ♥️♥️♥️♥️♥️
That is her daughter Brenda with her very dear friend of mine

— with Brenda Munro.

Brenda Munro · 

Mom and Aunt Hilda, love you both…❤❤❤

— feeling blessed at Kitchener-Waterloo Hospital.

Darlene Monette


— with Brenda Munro.

Darlene Monette

Back row – Dan MonetteDarlene Monette, (Brenda’s sister & brother – in -law) Lori Howell (cousin), Karen Lemoine (cousin) Brenda VoyceBob Munro, Theresa Drummond (Mom’s neighbour & Carol & Ron’s sister-in-law), Ron Drummond (Carol’s husband – Brenda’s brother-in-law). Front row: Hilda Warrington (Mom’s sister) Carol Drummond (Brenda’s sister) Elsie Voyce (Mom!)

Sheena Clyde · 

— with Brenda Munro and Phil Clyde.

Brenda Munro

this was 21 years ago , and my Mom still looks the same ..xo (2012)

Photo-Micheal H-Core

Brenda Munro

Bless you all, she is on the phone with my daughter in BC , I think.. precious ..

Darlene Monnette · 

Sisters.❤ This is my Mom & her sister heading home.

— with Brenda Munro.

Micheal H-Core


January 28,2023

Today is the celebration of life for this Beautiful lady…. Now she isn’t my grandma but I consider her my grandmother….Grandma Elsie was such a beautiful loving and caring person. This amazing woman touched so many people lives and her smile would light up a room.

I would joke around her when I would see her or on our almost daily phone calls and then she would laugh and giggle….I am so going to miss talking to her or seeing her….

My 100 year old grandma Elsie would call us if we missed a day of calling her to make sure we were OK…..Can you imagine calling to make sure we’re OK….. She knew my phone number by heart…. 🙂

Grandma Elsie I will forever ❤️ love you and miss you but I will never forget you xoxo…..

We lost an amazing person but God gained another angle to look over us….

R.I.P. beautiful

Love your grandson Mike


Elsie Voyce — obituary

Voyce, Elsie I. 

(An amazing woman known for her strength of character infectious smile and compassion.  She had a tremendous love for animals and was devoted to her family and friends.)

Passed away with her loving daughters by her side on January 15, 2023 at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute.

Elsie (nee Clyde)

Of Carleton Place, Ontario. In her 101st year.

Survived by her three daughters Brenda Munro (Bob), Darlene Monette (Dan), Carol Drummond (Ron) and predeceased by her husband Tom and long-time friend Earle Brooks as well as her granddaughter Stephanie.  Proud “Nanny” of her grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren.  She was the treasured “Aunty Bunchy” to many nieces and nephews.  Elsie formed close bonds and friendships with all that knew her and she will be especially remembered by close friends Theresa Drummond (and sons), Jerry Flynn and Shirley Sadler.  A special thank-you to all her “girls” from Carebridge whom she loved dearly as well as Dr. Gillian Buckley for her care and support.  Donations in memory of Elsie may be made to the Humane Society or the Carleton Place and District Memorial Hospital.

Funeral Arrangements Entrusted Into The Care Of

C.R. Gamble Funeral Home & Chapel Inc.

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