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May 18, 2016

Rosina Alice Singerman died peacefully Wednesday, May 18, 2016, at Brucelea Haven in Walkerton, in her 99th year. Lovingly remembered by her family: Joye Hunt, Deborah and Gabe Caira, Cherie Johnson, Meghan and Braden Johnson. Predeceased by her spouse, Maurice Singerman; and her son, John May. Rosina immigrated to Canada from England in 1970 to marry Maurice, who was a family friend of Terry and Joye Hunt, also recent immigrants from England. Rosina and Maurice became the unofficial grandparents of the Hunt children, Deborah and Cherie. Rosina was a voracious knitter, and was most proud of the receiving blankets she knit for Prince William and Prince Harry which were used to bring those babies home from the hospital. Framed letters from Princess Diana and Princess Fergie were her prized possessions. Rosina also developed a pattern and knit dozens of socks for the Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band. Her pattern was published in a knitting book under the title: Rose's Hose. As per Rosina's wishes, in lieu of donations or flowers, buy a scratch ticket or play a round of Bingo in her honour. The only thing she loved more than knitting was the chance to win big.

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