GLYNN Florence Mary (Drew) Feb. 12th, 1939 - Feb. 13th, 2020 Passed peacefully away surrounded by her loving family on Feb 13th. 2020 Florence is predeceased by her parents George and Elizabeth Drew, parents in law James and Catherine Glynn, sisters Mary, Marg and Baby Ita, brothers John, Gerald and Nicholas Drew, niece Michelle Doyle, brother in laws Pat Glynn, Francis Power, Richard Howlett and Henry Frizzell, sister in laws Beth Drew and Winnie Glynn. Leaving to celebrate her life is her devoted husband of 60 years Donald, her loving children and their families, Betty, Kathy (Bobby) White, Jimmy (Dawn), Michael (Laura), Lorraine (David) Courvoisier, Donny (Eileen). Grandchildren James (Sarah), Cassandra (Adam), Matthew, Megan (Nathan), Robert (Rainbow-Lynn), Daniel (Lena), Jonathan, Katelyn (Tyler), Michaela (Jeremy) and Cody. Great grandchildren James Jr., Chase, Aria and Addison. Her sisters Ita Howlett and brother George (Rita) Drew. Sister in laws Nonie and Barb Drew, Rita (Fred) Williams, Mary Meritte, Brother in laws Bill (Marg), France (Shirley) Glynn. Floss experienced all that life had to offer, she worked hard, raised a large family and contributed to her community and her church, mom enjoyed travel, business and sports, but she loved her politics. The daily discussion around the dinner table flowed from the current political news to religion, to community events, and always covered the latest wins of the Maple Leaf's. Mom taught us to be strong individuals, to be involved and contribute, and to cherish family time. Grateful thanks to the staff of 4SE Pleasant View Towers for the loving and compassionate care of our Mother and the friendship of “Her Girls and Her Guys”, Mom left this world in the arms of love. Visitation at Ryan’s Funeral Home, Bay Bulls on Sunday, February 16th from 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Mass of Christian burial to take place from Sts. Peter and Paul RC Church, Bay Bulls on Monday February 17thth at 10:00 a.m. Inurnment to take place at a later date. Flowers are greatly accepted in memory of Florence.