Inez Magee Death, Obituary – We are deeply saddened to have to inform you of the passing of Inez Magee, who served on our Board of Directors for a sizeable period of our company’s existence. We owe her a great deal of gratitude for her contributions to our company. A significant portion of our time was spent serving on the Board of Directors of the organization. It is with a heavy heart that we have to provide this information to you, but unfortunately, it is required. Inez served in the function of Director for well over half a century, which is a significant amount of time to have held that post. In addition, she served as the Director of the organization.
She served as the committee’s head in addition to her role as chairman of the Floral Committee for a number of years. Her tenure as chairperson of the Floral Committee covered a number of years. She was not only someone who worked carefully and meticulously, someone who was a fantastic friend to everyone, and someone who worked hard, but she was also someone who was an incredibly talented leader. Because of the many years of service that she and her husband Garnet have provided to the OAAS Board of Directors, both of them have been honored with the presentation of an OAAS Service Diploma as a token of appreciation for the efforts that they have put forth.
This diploma is in recognition of the many years of service that they have provided to the organization. They were both given the same amount of recognition for their accomplishment. In addition to that, Inez was presented with not one but two instances of the Ontario Volunteer Award over the course of her life. Both of these honors came from the province of Ontario. This honor was bestowed upon her as a result of the support provided by the provincial government of Ontario. As a direct result of the demise of Mr. Magee, the Executive and Board of Directors of the Feversham Agricultural Society would like to convey their most heartfelt sympathies, on behalf of the organization, to the Magee families, as well as their extended relatives. For a good number of years, Mr. Magee played an important role in the community.