Elizabeth Anne (Hudson) Causey

Born: Sat., Jul. 29, 1939
Died: Tue., Jan. 23, 2018


Gathering of Family and Friends

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Sat., Jan. 27, 2018
Location: Valley Funeral Home


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Elizabeth Anne Causey
July 29, 1939 – January 23, 2018
Born in Vancouver, BC, Elizabeth lived with her (Scottish) mother Hazel (nee McBeathe), (English) rum running, war veteran hotel managing father Ernest William Hudson, and similarly talented older brother Peter...in the lavish Georgia Hotel. She was their version of “Eloise”: eating, sleeping, laughing, learning and playing all through the place.  When she was 12 years old their family moved to West Vancouver and when she finished high school, she travelled to Europe and saw the world.

In 1960, Elizabeth met, fell in love and married fellow UBC student Allan Robert Causey, an engineering whiz from Trail, BC...true love lasting 57 years. Happily they had Michael in Vancouver, moved for work and had Shannon (in Corning NY) and finally settled in had Patrick (in Deep River). Along the adventures also came faithful friends Oscar and Simon (cats), Chipper, Joey, Mandy, and four lab Olafs (dogs).

Lizzi, as Allan affectionately called her, loved to read, write poetry, work with books, play piano, sing, eat seafood, swim, skate, camp, shop...and most of all, smoothly run the Causey family household, all the while being the best kind and loving mom ever.
She was quick witted, beautiful, musical, friendly, funny, feisty...and spoke her mind. Through the years Lizzi gave her family her all, and for all of this, thank you, Elizabeth, we love you. Always. Rest in peace.

Allan,
Michael
Shannon and her husband Peter Dye of Barrie, and grandchildren Hudson, Noelle, and Ava
Patrick and his wife Jennifer of Deep River, and grandchildren Jacob and Sarah
Brother Peter Hudson and his wife Dorothy of North Vancouver

Friends may share their memories with Elizabeth’s family on Saturday, January 27 from 6-8 pm at the Valley Funeral Home, Deep River. The family gives heartfelt thanks to the good people at North Renfrew Long Term Care in Deep River, who, with much kindness, helped her final chapter. God bless them. In memoriam donations to the North Renfrew Long Term Care Centre, Deep River would be gratefully appreciated. Funeral arrangements entrusted to Valley Funeral Home, Deep River.

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Anne Godreau
   Posted Thu January 25, 2018
So sorry to hear of Elizabeth’s passing!I always enjoyed her company whenever I visited at LTC.

Javier
   Posted Thu January 25, 2018
“I have called out your name, O Jehovah, from a pit of the lowest sort. My voice you must hear. Do not hide your ear to my relief, to my cry for help. You have drawn near in the day that I kept calling you. You said: ‘Do not be afraid.’”—Lamentations 3:55-57

Prayers and fond memories are what we have to remember our dearly departed. May the love of family and friends comfort you during these difficult days, my most heartfelt condolences.

susan titterington
   Posted Fri January 26, 2018

BASKET GARDEN was sent by Deep River Girls.

Causey Family, please accept our condolences with the loss of your Mom, wife and friend. We are thinking of you all and send love and hugs. Erica, Heather, Janet, Janne, Lori and Sue.


Amanda
   Posted Sat January 27, 2018
Loved Lizzy dearly. Going to miss her everyday at NRLTC. The home will not be the same with out our Elizabeth and Allan. If Allan is reading this, you make sure u come visit us. Love always your friend Amanda (NRLTC)

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