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Charlene Percival
September 10, 1949 - March 2, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">PERCIVAL, Charlene Rea (Gee) <br />September 10, 1949 &ndash; March 2, 2016 <br /> <br />Charlene passed away on Wednesday March 2, 2016 with her family by her side. Charlene lived with Stage 4 kidney cancer for over 5 years. She was strong throughout. She never complained or indulged in self-pity. She maximized her love and time with family and friends. <br /> <br />Charlene was the heart and soul of our family and we will miss her dearly. Best friend, partner, and wife of Bill Percival for 48 years. She was the loving mother of Rob Percival (Katie) and Leslie Percival Mott (Chris). Charlene was devoted to her grandsons Kirk Percival, Ben Percival, Billy Mott, and Jamie Mott. She was the loving daughter of Doug and Isabel Gee of Kingston, sister of Gerry Gee (Brenda), Doug Gee (Mary), Angie LeBlanc (Larry), and Gord Gee (Laurie), daughter in-law of Mary Percival, sister in-law of Rick Percival (Kathy), Terry, Kevin (Kathy), and many cherished nieces and nephews. Charlene was predeceased by brother in-law Glenn Percival (Mary) and father in-law Rev. Robert Percival. <br /> <br />Charlene loved all her family and thrived on family events. She was always so well organized, loved to cook and was generous with her time and talent. Over the years she enjoyed curling, travelling, and quilting. Charlene graduated from the Kemptville College in 1968 and she made friends there that have remained close. For many years of her career, she worked in the property development and management field for several companies. After Charlene retired she volunteered at North Gower Public School, the Manotick Mill bookstore, and Victoria&rsquo;s Quilts Kemptville who made quilts for cancer patients. <br /> <br />The family would like to thank the many terrific health care professionals that took such good care of Charlene, especially our wonderful family Dr. Mervat El-Tair, oncology Dr.Neil Reaume, and pharmacist Paul Brooks and his staff. The ongoing care provided by the Ottawa Cancer Centre and the oncology and palliative staff at 5 East of the Ottawa General Hospital was exceptional. <br /> <br />Capital Funeral Home &amp; Cemetery 3700 Prince of Wales Dr. 613-692-1211 on Tuesday March 8th after 1pm for a Celebration of Charlene&rsquo;s life. Eulogies will be shared at 1:30pm. <br /> <br />If you wish to make a donation in Charlene&rsquo;s memory, please consider the Canadian Cancer Society, the Ottawa Cancer Foundation, or the charity of your choice. <br /></div>