Tuesday, September 24
11:00am at Clark Funeral Home
Mona Bell

June 10, 1924 - August 25, 2019


BELL, Mona Bessie (Lutes) June, 1924 - August, 2019 Passed away peacefully at the age of 95 at St. Peter's Hospital. She is reunited with her husband Tom. Beloved mother of John (Marian), Joan, Bob, and Barbara. She will be greatly missed by her grandchildren, Jennifer (Jeff), Karen (Cord), Krista, Tammy (Steve), Maggie, Warren and Kevin; and her great-grandchildren Emily, Aidan, Grace, Lauren, Mark, Dulcie, Trent and Brooke, and many nieces and nephews. Mona was born in Lutes Mountain (Moncton), New Brunswick, one of six siblings. She built aircraft during WWII, then moved to Ontario. Ryckman's Corner was home for over 65 years. Mona was loved and admired by all who knew her. She had a generous heart, feisty spirit, great sense of humour, and could hit a mean baseball. Slugger Lutes! She volunteered selflessly throughout her lifetime with many organizations; 30 years with VON "Meals on Wheels", Heart & Stroke Association, and was a founding member of Mt. Calvary (now Harmony) Baptist Church, serving as deacon, pianist, teacher and long-standing member of the Women's Committee and choir. She worked part-time for 20 years. Once retired, she enjoyed travelling to Australia, Europe and Florida. She enjoyed gardening. Special thanks to St. Peter's Hospital, especially Dr. Selby, and 3 East nursing and support staff. Donations made in Mona's memory to Harmony Baptist Church, VON, St. Peter's Foundation or Heart & Stroke Association would be appreciated by the family. A Celebration of Life will be held on September 24, 2019 11:00 a.m. at Harmony Baptist Church, 1763 Upper James. Interment will follow at Mt. Hamilton Cemetery, 260 Rymal Rd. East. There is no visitation. Fond memories, best wishes may be shared with family at www.maclarkfuneralhome.com/condolences.
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Andy & Sandra Kellner

Posted on: September 11, 2019

Very fond memories of Mona being one of the main supports at Mt. Calvary and a second mother to many. Always a calm smile (well, almost always!) and for sure a steady faith in our Lord. Mona was always the first to step up when something needed to be done, even if it meant joining the men's section of the choir! (Oh, the good old days!)
Mona touched a lot of lives and I'm sure there are many smiles as we sit back and reminisce on the times we spent together. Our condolences to the family. Andy & Sandra
Ursula Pelissero

Posted on: September 10, 2019

Loved your mom, her dance moves at your (Joan) 60th; her enthusiasm at the Dundas Rotary club Lobster and Ribs Fest; her chili sauce; Christmas cookies, and real sandwiches for lunch. She was always home for your family, which I envied. My hope is that so many memories will help you over this sad time, and always bring a smile to your face. Much love from Ursula
Laura Hart (Jaap)

Posted on: September 9, 2019

The sweetest woman on the planet. I don't know what my childhood would have been like without her in it. "An angel gets her wings".
My sincere condolences to the family.