Nina Mae Medley
Was born on December 29, 1925, daughter of late Henry and Ella Medley in Antigonish ,Nova Scotia. She had a normal childhood with her 6 sisters and 4 brothers. What stories and adventures they must have shared.
the Lord led her to Toronto in 1950 and she joined First Baptist Church and was truly used by the Lord. Her accomplishments include:
- active member of the Baptist Young People Union (B.Y.P.U.) and was president for a term
-leader in the Canadian Girls in Training (C.G.I.T.)
- member of the Ladies Tolliver Missionary Circle
- Sunday school teacher for a number of years
- Member of the Usher Board
- member of the Sick and Shut in Committee for many years
Worked for the University of Toronto from 1950 - 1960
Worked for Canada Post in Public Relations from 1963 until retirement in 1991
Once retired, she served her community in Parkdale by accompanying senior women to their appointments as needed, participated in community center activities for seniors while still finding time to support her church and church activities.
She loved the youth and could always be found at their events.
Not many are blessed to see 90 years. She did so gracefully and received written recognition from the Mayor John Tory and the Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
She will be remembered for being, kind, supportive, well put together(my she could dress) a lover of gospel music and praising and loving the Lord. A true child of God has now received her reward after 96 years. Praise be to God.
She is survived by her sisters; Bessy Ross and Tressia Medley and many nieces and nephews.
Predeceased by her brothers; Russell, Charlie, Henry(Tiger), Ray and sisters; Erma, Georgina, Mary Agnes and Daisy
Mount Pleasant Cemetery, Cremation & Funeral Centres
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