Jean Davey

Jean Hazel Davey (Mulligan)

Saturday, December 16th, 1933 - Monday, July 13th, 2020
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Jean Hazel Davey, age 86, passed away
at the Collingwood General and Marine
Hospital Monday, July 13th. Jean was
born in Orangeville on Dec 16, 1933 to
Frank and Olive (Ross) Mulligan. She
married John Gordon Davey at St. Cecilia’s
in Toronto and raised three daughters and
three sons. Jean was very family-oriented
and her home-made butter tarts were THE
best! No secret, she loved Elvis, country
music, and the occasional game of euchre.
Jean was preceded in death by her husband,
John and her son Robert. She is survived
by her three daughters, Sandra, Linda, Cathy
and her two sons Rick and Randy.
A funeral will not be held due to to the COVID
situation. If you wish, in lieu of flowers, please
make a donation to Alzheimer’s Society of
Simcoe County in Jean’s name.
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    Innisvale Crematorium


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Karen Tyers

Posted at 11:41am
My condolences to the whole Davey family. I recognized her picture right away even though I haven't seen her for over 40 years. She worked in the greenhouses picking and packing tomatoes with my parents. I remember a nice lady (I was young!).
My sympathies.
Karen Tyers

jerry davey

Posted at 04:10am
We wish to send our sincere condolences to sandy, linda, cathy, rick and randy and their families on the passing of aunt jean. We have fond memories of many great times with our fellow davey-mulligan people, jerry , jim, and jeff davey

Linda Russell and Tammy Holmes

Posted at 04:52pm
Sending our deepest condolences to the whole family. She will be dearly missed rest easy Aunt Jean
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Jim Davey

Posted at 01:56pm
So sorry to hear about the passing of the last of the great Mulligan sisters. My Aunt Jean and her family were very close to our family and we spent a lot of time together growing up in the Brampton, Huttonville area. The cousins were uniquely close since Jean was my Mom's (Katharine) younger sister and John was my Dad's (Earl) younger brother. The Mulligan's and the Davey's were two of the biggest families in the area back in the 30's. We have fond memories picking strawberries and Davey reunions in Huttonville, Davey dances in Brampton, and sandy weekends at Wasaga Beach. Aunt Jean did an amazing job raising 6 children. She's probably playing Rummoli right now with her sisters in Heaven. Our thoughts and prayers are with the whole family......Love and hugs........Jim and Donna Davey

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