Beverley Margaret Pounder (York) passed away peacefully in her home on January 2 in Bayfield, Ontario in her 90th year. Beverley is the beloved wife of the late Jack Albert Pounder, who passed away in 2011. She is survived by her three children; John and his wife Melody, Cathy and her husband Jay and Mary and her husband David, all of Bayfield. Beverley was also blessed with seven grandchildren; Kyrstie and her husband Ed, Jody and her husband Matt, Shane and his wife Laura, Jackie and her husband Franck,Matthew and his wife Lindsay, Jessica and her husband Dan and Emily and her husband Lalo and five great grandchildren; Spencer, Jackson, Graham, Noelle, Phoebe and, most recently James. Beverley also leaves behind her beloved rescue cat, Sammy. Beverley was a 5th generation Bayfield resident, tracing her roots back to Christopher Johnson, one of the original settlers. Although born in Toronto, she moved to her Mother’s home when she was 6 years old, upon the death of her father. While growing up in Bayfield she met the love of her life, Jack. They spent many days dancing at the Pavilion or relaxing on the Howard Street beach which she loved so much. Beverley achieved her teaching credentials and took her first job at 18, in a one room school house in Biddulf County. After her marriage, Jack’s job as a geologist took them all over Canada where they raised their three children and created lifelong friendships. In 1976 they settled into their newly built home in Bayfield. Jack and Beverley spent many happy years travelling the world, enjoying their grandchildren and then great grandchildren and participating in Bayfield life. Beverley was well known at the bridge table, one of her favorite pastimes. In 2011, Beverley celebrated 60 amazing years of marriage with Jack, surrounded by a multitude of friends and family. Friends will be received at the Falconer Funeral Homes 153 High St., Clinton, on Saturday January 12, 2018 from 2-4 p.m. A funeral is scheduled for January 13 at 2:00 pm at Trinity Anglican Church in Bayfield with a reception to follow in the parish hall. Wayne Malott will officiate at the ceremony. All are welcome to attend and celebrate Beverley’s life. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Kismutt Dog Rescue, RR#4, 882702 Road 88, St. Mary’s, Ontario, N4X 1C7 or to Trinity Anglican Church, Bayfield, Ontario, N0M 1G0. Condolences can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. The family would like to thank St. Elizabeth and the Local Health Integration Network. Without the amazing work and dedication of the Personal Service Workers and Nurses we would not have been able to keep Beverley in the home she loved. Beverley and Jack are dancing once again.