Constance Primrose Cuddeford passed away peacefully on the 18th of June at the Cascades Hospice at the age of 92. Born in England on the 19th of April 1920 she immigrated to Canada in 1928 with her mother Minnie Morgan and brother Robert Morgan and joined up with her brother Walter in Winnipeg. In 1943 she moved to Burnaby/Vancouver, BC via Terrace BC where she lived most of her life before moving to Chilliwack in 2008.
She is survived by her three children Fred Berge and his wife Myrna, Connie Metcalfe (nee Vitcoe) and her husband Robert, and Shirley Stewart (nee Vitcoe) and her husband Peter Heide. Four grandchildren Cheryl Berge and her husband Brian Feamcombe, Stewart Berge and his wife Kelly, Gordon Stewart and Gregory Stewart. And five great grand children Hailey, Chloe, Miles, and Simon Berge the children of Stewart and Kelly Berge and Jordan Stewart the son of Gordon Stewart She also has three nephews and a niece. William Slaughter from Burnaby and Robert Morgan from Surrey and Jimmy and Joan Morgan from Winnipeg, Manitoba. And her sister-in-law Audrey Cuddeford from New Westminster.
Constance was a dedicated mother and wife to her children and four husbands who predeceased her: John Berge, Frank Vitcoe, Mike Maxwell,and John Cuddeford. As a working mother she worked many years for the Goodwill Industries in Vancouver before becoming a ceramicist and operating her own business. Later she became an instrutor for the Burnaby Community Centre until her retirement in 1993.
Constance was a beautiful and lovely lady. She helped and befriended many people throughout her life She was loved and will be missed by her family and friends.. During her time in Chilliwack she thoroughly enjoyed the friendship she made with Time-Out, Lions Senior Support, and NetCare. And special thanks to Cascades Hospice who provided her with excellent care and comfort the last days of her life.
A Memorial service will be held at a time and location to be specified.
Henderson’s Funeral Homes & Crematorium Ltd.
45901 Victoria Avenue,
Chilliwack, British Columbia
Online condolences can be left at www.hendersonsfunerals.com