Mona Belcher

mona belcher

August 17, 1961 ~ October 16, 2022

Born in: Lethridge , Alberta
Resided in: Arlington, Texas

Mona Belcher, age 61, passed away on October 16, 2022.

Mona was born in Lethbridge, Alberta, on August 17, 1961, to Elmer Ayers and Yvonne Ayers.

She was preceded in death by mother, Yvonne Ayers and father, Elmer Ayers.

Mona is survived by husband, Terry Belcher of Arlington, Texas; Mona’s brother’s, Lorne Ayers (Rita) of Kelowna, Ray Ayers (Dianne) of Langley, Tim Ayers of White Rock, Dale Ayers (Sandra) of Brookswood; and many nieces and nephews in Canada.

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  1. CandleImageTrena and I are incredibly shocked and saddened. We are so sorry to hear about Mona’s passing. Our thoughts are with you and the entire family.

  2. Alma and I are saddened by your loss. Please know that our prayers are with you and your family. Regards, Bill & Alma Ripley

  3. Terry and family. I am so sorry to hear of your great loss. I will be praying for all who love her an peace and strength for the days to come.
    Lauri Campbell

  4. CandleImageI am so terribly sorry to hear about Mona’s passing. All of us here at the tennis club send you our deepest condolences, Terry. Mona was our biggest fan and we really enjoyed her & Lucy’s visits on our game days. She will be missed.

  5. Terry I am so saddened and shocked! I was looking forward for another dinner with you guys. I hope and pray that you find peace soon. Please accept my deepest condolences

  6. CandleImageMona was our sister, Terry you are our brother, you are family, We are so saddened my our loss, it’s hard to believe we won’t be seeing Mona or hearing Mona’s voice again. Hopefully she is at peace and reunited with our parents.
    Lorne & Rita Ayers

  7. Mona was a wonderful friend who I will miss dearly. So many fond memories come to mind. From her visiting me in the hospital when Calvin was born, to the fun she had planning Terrys Surprise Birthday party. And of course her warm welcome when we came to visit Canada.

    My family and I want you to know we are so sorry for the sudden loss of your beautiful Mona. We are here for you and our friendship remains strong. Love Stephanie

  8. Diane and I along with our sister in law Sandra visited with Terry just after Mona’s passing in Arlington.
    Mona was much loved by all the men in her family including Terry , but especially by her mother.
    Mona as a girl brought Mom and us all great joy.
    Mona inherited so many of our mothers domestic habit.
    As such Her absence from her home and this world was numbing to the core for me on this visit
    The finality of death is a stark reminder to live , love ,appreciate and make time for one another.
    This journey we are all on will be missing a much loved passenger.
    I would like Terry to know that Mona was lucky 🍀 in love!
    She Could not have had a finer husband and friend
    RIP sister

  9. CandleImageDear Terry
    My family and I are deeply saddened by Mona’s sudden passing. We offer our deepest condolences. We will miss her. And the times we looked forward to-sharing together
    Terry you were a fabulous husband to my sister.
    Thank you for the love and happiness that you brought to her life.
    Terry you are my brother. Love you. Hope to see you soon

  10. The loss of my kind, thoughtful, sweet sister-in-law has been such a shock. I so am grateful that I have wonderful memories of some Christmases together here in Canada and several trips to Texas where we were always spoiled by Mona and Terry. Her thoughtfulness and sweetness spilled over to her many nieces and nephews who she loved dearly. I miss you. Give nana a hug for me.😇❤️


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