Winchester Press – obit – Lola Young
Lola Young of RR1 Williamsburg passed awayon Feb. 11, 2006 at Winchester Hospital after a brief illness.She was 91.
She was born on Feb. 26, 1914 in Mountain Township to the lateGeorge Hummel and Annie Hummel (nee Froats). She was the wifeof the late Delbert Young whom she married on Jan. 17, 1933 inElma. She was the mother of Joyce Scott (Ken Barber) of Winchester,Jean (John) Kennedy of Winchester, and Basil Young (Brenda Brown)of RR1 Brinston. She was the sister of Cassie Dillabough of RR2Chesterville. She was predeceased by her sons Gary, Wayne, andRoger; by brothers Myles, Bert, Earl, and Lee Hummel; and by asister Lera Young. Lola will be fondly remembered by six grandchildren,six great-grandchildren, three great-great-grandchildren, andby nieces and nephews.
She was a lifetime resident of the area. She was primarily a homemaker,but she did work as a cook at various restaurants including PaquinPark, Exxon, Stage West, and Rose Rice’s restaurant in RiversideHeights. She was an excellent cook and baker. In her earlier yearsshe baked to help supplement the family income and in one instanceshe made 519 pies, as well as tarts, pie shells, and donuts in21 days. She also enjoyed gardening and playing cards.
Friends called at the Marsden and McLaughlin Funeral Home in Williamsburgon Feb. 13. The funeral service was held on Feb. 14 at the funeralhome with Rev. Janet Evans officiating. Interment at Maple RidgeCemetery in Chesterville.
The pallbearers were Dwayne Hummel, Ray Dillabough, John Kennedy,Darryl Young, Brian Young, and Brian Steele. Honorary pallbearerswere Curtis Young, Bert Hummel, and Larry Scott.
Donations to Winchester Springs United Church would be appreciatedby the family.