OBITUARY

Dorothy Winifred Dundas

February 12, 1933August 29, 2020
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Dorothy Winifred Dundas is loved and admired by many for her extraordinary volunteerism and love of community. Born on February 12, 1933, she passed away on August 29, 2020 after a brief illness.

Dorothy spent a lifetime as a nurse and mother. Graduating from the Mack Training School (MTS) in 1954, she remained a proud nurse well into her 60s. She was a committed member of St. George’s Anglican Church, serving as a lay reader, people’s warden, and choir member. She was endlessly devoted to her ‘Sweet Violets’ and High School Sorority. Dorothy and Ted took immense pride in their ‘Grumplets’ and happily saw them all reach adulthood.

Predeceased by her beloved, Ted, she is survived by Joan (Katlyn & Alex), Robert, and Sharon (Ron, Lillian & Ken, Faith, and Sarah).

Memorial donations can be made to St. George’s Anglican Church or Hospice Niagara. A Celebration of Dorothy’s Life will take place at a later date.

Services

  • Livestreaming of the Celebration of Life

    Friday, September 11, 2020

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Memories

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Riek Hartog

September 15, 2020

Dear Sharon, Ron and family,

So sorry to hear about your Mom’s passing!

Wishing you the Lord’s strength!!

Love you!!

Lorna Kane

September 13, 2020

Sharon, Joan and Rob, My sincere condolences to and your families on the loss of your mom. I have many fond memories of her as a teen. In more recent years we frequently bumped into each other at the Saturday market and it was always so lovely to catch up. She never changed in my eyes, she seemed ageless. May your fond memories bring you comfort at this time. 💕

Bert & Phyllis Rabbers

September 12, 2020

Our thoughts and prayers are with Sharon, Ron and family at this difficult time. May you find peace.

Jayne Cameron

September 12, 2020

What a wonderful person.
We met as strangers and became friends from across the pond.
RIP Dorothy

Beth Alaksa (new Lewis)

September 10, 2020

We met Dorothy when my parents, Jean and Ralph Lewis, moved onto Briarsdale over 25 years ago. Dorothy instantly made them feel welcome and was always there with a helping hand, a funny story and a smile. Dorothy's care for others was genuine and sincere. She always gave of herself and her time. I'm so glad we got to meet her and have her in our lives.

Brier Colburn

September 5, 2020

A very sweet lady. Her energy and enthusiasm will be greatly missed. Peace to Dorothy's family at this difficult time.

Patricia Waters (Cahill)

September 5, 2020

my sincere sympathy to Dorothy’s family on her passing. I grew up in the same neighbourhood on St. Patrick St and have many memories of Dorothy, her mother and father.. She may have even babysat for me and my sister. May all your memories keep your Mom close in this very difficult time.
Pat (Cahill) Waters

Jayne Wharton-Geary

September 5, 2020

I have wonderful memories of Dorothy. When I would come to visit from Ottawa and would attend St.Georges I would often see Dorothy at the back of the Church with the choir. I would get a wave a smile and a huge hug....
Dorothy was such a lovely lady inside and out....xo

Karen Hamilton

September 5, 2020

I will miss the happy, warm calls from Dorothy our "Dialing Disciple " Her genuine care for others was always present. She has left many with a legacy of memories, that we can all smile about. Big hugs to her family.

Charles Burton

September 5, 2020

Dorothy Dundas was the life and soul of the congregation at St George's Church. Her enthusiasm, cheerful attitude and energetic approach to doing good in our community has been an inspiration to all of us. She always lifted my spirits in our weekly chats before Church. She will be so missed!
My condolences to Dorothy's family in their grief. Her death is a great loss to all of us.

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Biography

Dorothy Winifred Dundas is loved and admired by many for her extraordinary volunteerism and love of community. Born on February 12, 1933, she passed away on August 29, 2020 after a brief illness.

Dorothy spent a lifetime as a nurse and mother. Graduating from the Mack Training School (MTS) in 1954, she remained a proud nurse well into her 60s. She was a committed member of St. George’s Anglican Church, serving as a lay reader, people’s warden, and choir member. She was endlessly devoted to her ‘Sweet Violets’ and High School Sorority. Dorothy and Ted took immense pride in their ‘Grumplets’ and happily saw them all reach adulthood.

Predeceased by her beloved, Ted, she is survived by Joan (Katlyn & Alex), Robert, and Sharon (Ron, Lillian & Ken, Faith, and Sarah).

Memorial donations can be made to St. George’s Anglican Church or Hospice Niagara. A Celebration of Dorothy’s Life will take place at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to the HULSE & ENGLISH FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL, 75 Church Street, St. Catharines. Online tributes can be left at wwwhulseandenglish.com.

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