Lorna Louise Pye (nee Cuthbertson)

  • May. 6, 2018 7:00 a.m.

Jul 8, 1967 – May 6, 2018
Lorna passed away quietly on Sunday with her loving family at her side. She will be deeply missed by her husband, Durwin, who calls her his one and only.

Lorna is survived by her parents Dale and Gertie Cuthbertson, her brother Glen (Ildi), their children Sarah (Kevin), Daniel and Hannah, aunt Gena, her sons David (Rose) and Gary and their families.

Lorna moved to Chilliwack as a toddler, and graduated from Chilliwack Senior Secondary in 1985. She met her future husband at the Chilliwack Alliance Church, which they both regularly attended. After they were married in 1991, they moved to Clearbrook where she used her career as a dental assistant to support him through university. In 2004, they made Nanaimo their home and thrived in their love for each other.

Lorna trusted the Lord Jesus Christ as her Saviour at a young age and grew in the understanding of His Word. She will be sadly missed by all who got to know her.

A Celebration of Love service will be held at Chilliwack Alliance Church on Wednesday, May 16 at 1:30 PM.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the BC Cancer Foundation or Nanaimo Hospital Foundation.

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