Emma Mustard


Emma Mustard (nee Hodgson) passed away peacefully at the Bayfield Manor, Kemptville, on Monday July 29, 2013. She was 81.

Emma was wife of the late Robert (Bob) Mustard, dear mother of Jim (Jan) Mustard and John (Debbie) Mustard, all of Iroquois. 

She was the cherished grandmother of Benjamin, Kristan, Robert, Shawn (Brooke) and Andrew, and great-grandmother of Michaela, Jayden, Taelyn, Quinnlan and Remington.

Sister to Freida Coughlar, and sister-in-law to Donelda Hodgson, Hilda Banford and Betty Thompson, Emma was predeceased by her brothers Stan, Harold, Charlie and Hepburn.

A longtime resident of Iroquois, Emma was born February 23, 1932. She was the daughter of Roy and Myrtle Hodgson (nee Droppo). Bob and Emma married in July of 1951.

Emma worked for Pyramid Paper Morrisburg, Caldwell Linen Mills Iroquois and RCA Prescott, where she retired from on April 1, 1977.

Emma loved garage sales, collecting dolls and cup and saucers, bingo, fishing, baking with her grandkids, watching television, country music, visiting and trips to “Timmies” with friends. 

Emma’s real passion in life was her children, her grandchildren, great-grandchildren and children in general.

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