Puslinch woman celebrates her 100th birthday

Evelyn Fixter  was born on May 24, 1910 and was raised in Hagersville.

She married Scott Fixter in 1930 and lived on the Fixter family farm on Concession 1 of Puslinch.

They raised three children, John, Clarence, and Doreen, and farmed the land for 54 years until Scott’s passing in 1984. Evelyn stayed on the farm for another two years before moving to her own apartment in Guelph. She then moved to Stone Lodge and from there to Toronto to be closer to her daughter, Doreen.

While living in Puslinch, she was an active member of Crieff Church and the Red Cross. She has also enjoyed many hours of knitting and crocheting as well as quilting.

Her family consists of 12 grandchildren and many great grandchildren and great-great-grandchildren.

Anyone who would like to send birthday wishes, may send them to Evelyn Fixter Exten­dicare Bayview, 550 Cummer Ave. Toronto, M2K 2M2.