It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Zoe on Dec.25.2021. She passed peacefully in her sleep with her loving husband of 25 years (Brian) at her side and holding her hand.
She is survived by Brian (husband), Rennie & Ruth Hanson (Father/Mother-in-law), Victor (Helen, Ashton, Kyra) Tyerman (Brother), Judy Weston (Sister), Laurie (Logan, Kyra, Megan) Smith (Sister-in-law), Shirl Edwards (Great-Aunt), Bert and Ursula Tyerman (Uncle & Aunt), Chris (Jenn, Samantha) Tyerman (Cousin), Holly Rake (Jim, Braeden, Jesse) (Cousin) and Shawn Tyerman (Elaine) (Cousin).
Zoe was predeceased by Jeanine Edmonson (Mother), Harry Woodman (Father), Stan & Enid Tyerman (Grandparents), Nola Tansky (Aunt), Texas & Patricia Tyerman (Uncle and Aunt) and Marlene St-Jean (Sister)
Zoe is remembered for her radiant, glowing smile, great sense of humour, kindness, loving, caring, generous of heart, compassion and always helping others.
Some of her many enjoyments included: gardening; flowers; birdwatching; hummingbirds; the ocean; beach combing; fishing; playing cards and scrabble; horses; dogs; cats; walking; dancing; biking with friends; swimming; photography; carpentry/woodwork/refinishing; cooking; baking; entertaining.
Zoe’s work throughout her lifetime included working at Savona Plywood Plant, accounting clerk, manager of co-op feed store and the medical field for approximately 38 years including ophthalmic assistant/technician, medical office assistant, computer program consultant (medical), consultant, dental assistant, unit clerk (hospital ward clerk) and medical office record clerk.
She will be greatly missed by family, friends and all who had the privilege and pleasure of knowing her. She fought a long and courageous battle with cancer over the last few years and she wished to thank all doctors, nurses, and all other staff of all the hospitals and clinics she attended. Her family and friends also wish to thank them for their exceptional caring, compassion and love that was given to her, especially with the problems experienced by all as a result of the pandemic. It truly made a huge difference in the quality of life experienced by Zoe during this very hard and stressful time, as well as all of us that knew and loved Zoe. She is finally at peace.
No service as requested.