OBITUARY

Brenda Gorman

28 January , 193931 March , 2019

GORMAN, Brenda (nee Turnbull)

Born in Newcastle Upon Tyne, England on January 28th, 1939; passed away peacefully, with her daughter by her side at Grand River Hospital on Sunday, March 31, 2019. Brenda deeply treasured her family and was always there to give her unconditional love and support. Brenda is predeceased by her husband John (1992). Beloved “Love You Forever” Mom and best friend to Joanne (Rob) Hesch. Much loved Nan of Jeffrey. Dear sister to her twin Anne (Parker) and predeceased brother Alan (1991). She will be dearly missed by her family in both England and Canada. A private service will be held for family. Special thanks to all nurses and doctors at Grand River Hospital for their care and compassion during Mom’s visits over the last few months. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated.

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HELEN BUTLER

3 April 2019

Dearest Joanne,
My deepest condolences to you and Jeffrey on the loss of your beloved Mother and Nan.
Brenda was a wonderful friend to me. I loved her and your Dad very much and have so many
happy memories of the good fun and laughs we had together. Brenda was always there with
sensible advice and support for her friends and she will be sadly missed by everyone who knew
her.

HELEN BUTLER

3 April 2019

Dearest Joanne,
My deepest condolences to you and Jeffrey on the loss of your beloved Mother and Nan.
Brenda was a wonderful friend to me. I loved her and your Dad very much and have so many
happy memories of the good fun and laughs we had together. Brenda was always there with
sensible advice and support for her friends and she will be sadly missed by everyone who knew
her.

Vicky Robinson Cole

2 April 2019

Our hearts go out to the family of this wonderful woman. She was a spitfire and always made us laugh, especially when Ann was with her and we met them down at Coffee Culture on our lunch break. Brenda's kind spirit will always be remembered from my memories at work as well as our wonderful conversations we had as I drove her home from a long day at work. Rest in peace, Brenda XO.