Brenda Fudge

Brenda Ann Fudge

Saturday, May 16th, 1953 - Thursday, July 2nd, 2020
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FUDGE, Brenda Ann

When someone passed, the ancient Greeks asked only one question, ‘Did they live with Passion?’ Anyone who knew you would answer this with a resounding ‘Yes!’.

We stayed up late and talked about your travels, the lives you touched, the medals you wore, the people you fixed and the love you gave. You shared your experience, you inspired us to stand on our feet, kneel on mountains
and dream big. You taught us to love hard, live out loud and laugh long, but now, your silence is palpable. Your turning from existence to memory, from current to past is almost too much to bear. We now stand in your warmth and light, grateful for a life well lived but gone too soon. We love you.

You leave behind brothers Dave (Janet), Dan (Lydia), Oz (Doreen), Paul (Sharon), John (Melinda) & a sister Pam (Cliff). Many nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews & great friends.

We will have a good and proper romp to celebrate your life & accomplishments at a later date.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to Wounded Warriors Canada would be appreciated by the family. Brenda was a Major (Ret'd) & an RN in the Canadian Armed Forces where she served for over 30 years. Cards are available at the Gilbert MacIntyre and Son Funeral Home (519-821-5077) and condolences may be sent to
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Sandra Tuynman

Posted at 03:57pm
Sandra Tuynman (Royal Dutch Army)
My deepest condoleances to family and friends🙏🕯. I had the honour to serve with Brenda Fudge in Bosnia 2000 at the Multi National Integrated Military Unit in Sipovo. I was atached tot the Canadian Churgical Team as a CSD Technician from Holland. It was my first tour and Brenda helped me so much with everything. I had the best time with the Canadians especialy Brenda Fudge!!!! I was shocked to hear about her past. I am so sorry for her lost. I wil never forget her. So proud that I met her in Bosnia!!!!
Sandra Tuynman
The Netherlands

Janet Lawrence

Posted at 12:01pm
I had the honor of working with Brenda in the early 80s in Winnipeg at the Base Hospital. We stayed in touch over the years and I enjoyed all her posts and pictures of her travels around the world. Brenda was a kind, professional, caring lady with a fabulous sense of humor. She loved Canada and especially her beloved Newfoundland. My condolences to her family and friends. Gone but never forgotten.

Janet Lawrence PO1 (Ret'd)

Bernard Gee

Posted at 03:09pm
We really liked Bren even though we had only met her a few years ago , she was fun , easy to be with and full of life .... we are lucky to have known her and will miss her visits to BC & meet up in Portugal ...RIP Bren
B&V Gillham

Cynthia Martineau

Posted at 05:00pm
We were very sad to hear of Brenda’s passing. Brenda and I first met in Halifax I believe when we deployed to the Gulf War. After that we spent two years in University together in Edmonton working on our degrees. It was great to have a fellow Nflder to share stories and work together on all our projects - and a little skiing in the side. She was so easy going and genuine. Our deepest sympathies to the Fudge family.

Lisa Doiron

Posted at 09:02pm
.Brenda and I shared an apartment the year we were on the OR course in Ottawa. She was a great friend and we had many good times that year. I knew she was from Newfoundland, but being a Maritimer, I never noticed much of an accent, until one day her mom called..I couldn’t understand a word that came out of Brendas mouth. We had a great chuckle after that. She was also the first person to congratulate me on my engagement to my husband of 37 years. We lost touch with all the moving around over the years, only recently found her on Facebook. She sure knew how to live life to the fullest. She will be very missed. My condolences to her loved ones. Lisa Doiron

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