Winchester Press – obit – Eva Cinnamon
Eva Cinnamon (nee Docksteader) passed awaypeacefully on March 31, 2006 at Dundas Manor. She was 96.
She was the daughter of the late Ira and Sarah (Erratt) Docksteader.She was the beloved wife of the late George Andrew Cinnamon. Shewill be greatly missed by her sister-in-law Myrna Cinnamon (thelate Wallace), and many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.She was predeceased by her brother Nelson (Helen), sister Pearl(Roy Cummings), sisters-in-law Sadie (Fred Lannin), Estella Cinnamon,Hilda (James Fawcett), and brothers-in-law Cecil, Kenneth (Gladys),and Allan (Joan).
She was born at Cloverdale and was educated in the little oneroom school, and at Winchester High. She worked as a stenographerfor the federal government for many years. When first married,she and George farmed. Some years later they moved to Ottawa whereshe worked once again for the federal government. She later movedback to Winchester, and in August 2005 she moved to Dundas Manor.She was very active in Winchester United Church, Golden YearsSociety, Nor-Dun Seniors’ Centre, and many others. She was “AuntEva” to everyone.
The funeral service was held at Winchester United Church on April3 with Rev. Bob Williams, assisted by Rev. A.J. MacDonald andRev. Bruce North, officiating. Interment followed at Maple RidgeCemetery in Chesterville. Alan Fawcett sang a solo accompaniedby Sharon Adams. The pallbearers were Bruce Cummings, Doug Coons,John Cinnamon, Rae Imrie, Benson Cinnamon, and Gerald Fawcett.
Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Winchester Funeral Home.
‘Til we meet again!