On October 14th in her 95th year, Vivian left us to be with her beloved husband Bud Parker (1999). She will be lovingly remembered by her children Paul (Kerry), Laura (Bill), and Russ (Kathy). Predeceased by her daughter-in-law Terri (2003). Vivian also leaves grandchildren Brianne (Grant), Jeff (Stephanie), Andrew, Jennifer (Jeremiah), David (Jackie), Budd, and Elena, and great grandchildren Alice, Sophia, Violet, Ben, and Samantha. Vivian was born on April 24, 1927, to Arthur and Jessie Gee in Fisherville, Ontario. She was the last survivor of her siblings Elena, Dave, Ada, Doris, John, and Ross Gee. She is survived by brother-in-law Jack McGregor, sisters-in-law Joan Waldron and Joan Parker, and many Gee and Parker nieces and nephews. Vivian worked for the personnel department at Mercury Mills then Studebaker in the early years. She married Bud and they built their own home on the east mountain where she lived for 65 years. She was a long-time member of Barton Stone United Church and loved working with all her friends there. Mom loved her family and was always there to help care for the young ones or cheer them on at their games. She worked hard to teach them fairness, kindness, and respect for others. We will miss her positive outlook, determined spirit, and her cheery smile. Her extensive knowledge of our family history was unsurpassed. We will fondly remember her fruit pies, cheesecakes, and cookies. She has left behind many good memories with her friends and many relatives in the Gee and Parker family. She loved her time at the Parker Cottage with dad's brothers, sisters, and families, even though the parties went too late for her. Many thanks to The Wellington for the excellent care they gave mom over the past two years. There will be a virtual service at M. A. Clark Funeral Home on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at 11:00. Family and friends are invited to view the service through a webcast and share condolences at the funeral home's website maclarkfuneralhome.com. After the service, mom will be laid to rest beside dad at Mount Hamilton Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cancer Society or Barton Stone United Church would be greatly appreciated.