elevated bj6AD Bridget O’DONOGHUE of Toronto, Ontario, age 88, passed away on June 17, 2021 at Markham, Ontario. She is survived by her three children Nuala (John), Larry (Krystyna) and Eamon (Jennifer) and her nine grandchildren, Tara, Ryan, Brendan, Sean, Benjamin (mother Joanne), Caitlin, Justine, Fiona and Hardy. She is predeceased by her husband, Eamon (Ed or Eddie) and her parents, Gerard and Anne.
elevated bj6AD Bridget hailed from Ireland where several of her siblings (Anne, Gerard, John), nieces, nephews and in-laws still reside today. She was very proud of her Irish heritage and loved all things Irish.
elevated bj6AD Family and faith were very important to Bridget and her favourite times were family gatherings, family vacations and her church spiritual and social activities, especially if they involved singing.
elevated bj6AD The funeral will be held at Holy Cross Chapel in Thornhill (Markham) for family only due to Covid rules, on Tuesday, June 22 at 12:00 p.m. and will be streamed live. Please click the link below for those not attending.
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elevated bj6AD In lieu of flowers, please send donations to Markham Stouffville hospital or the Alzheimer’s Society of Canada.
Love you and miss you so much already grandma. Xoxoxo
May God keep you in the warmth of His light, as we keep you in our hearts.
Thank you so much Beata. Always hard when family leaves this earth but they never leave our hearts
May you rest in Peace Auntie Bridie. You will be so missed by your loving family. You had a life Well lived and were well loved. Your Niece Patricia, Dublin, Ireland
Lots of great memories at the O’Donoghue’s with Bridget and the family as I was growing up. She was always able to get people laughing and feeling cheery. Rest in peace, Bridget.
Sending so much love to the O’Donoghue family, and all of Bridget’s friends, as you grieve and celebrate her life.
May her spirit live on in all of the lives she impacted💜
Bridget will always be with us in spirit. Thank you Danielle. Love Larry, Krys, Ryan, Sean & Justine.
Great Auntie Bridie, I will keep my fond memories of you locked in my heart. I have so many memories as a child. I even remember your husband teaching me how to place chess : ) I hope you and great uncle Eamon are reunited. May you Rest In Peace. Love Kathleen
We are saddened by the loss of my dearly beloved sister Bridie, who I had a wonderful childhood with, growing up in Coolevin Road. She always made sure I looked my best when I was dating my darling Pat. I was proud to be a groomsman at her wedding to Eddie. We always enjoyed her hospitality in their home in Santry and Willowdale. She will forever be in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. Rest In Peace Bridie. Gerard & Pat xx
Rest In Peace Aunty Bridie. We are thinking of Nuala, Larry, Eamon and all your loving family at this sad time. Codladh Samh. Ann & Pat Campbell xx
I’ve known Bridget for more than two years. The first day i met her, i was a bit anxious, seems to me that she is a very thorough lady. But as days goes on that i am seeing her 5 days in a week, i realized that my presumptions was wrong. She has a very strong personality, yet, kind, prompt and loving woman. We get along well. She loves concerts, driving around, fond of flowers and we even beautifying her front yard with lots of flowering plants.
I will keep Bridget’s memories in my HEART.
Deepest sympathy to O’Donoghue family. May Bridget’s soul rested peacefully and happily in the Kingdom of our God. Bridget , im gonna miss you…
Love and Care
Today was difficult, laying my mom to rest, but it was wonderful to be together with so many people who loved her. The mass with our old parish priest, father Ed, was grand and seeing some of moms friends, including Martha Oneil was great. The gathering at my moms house afterwards for a picnic in the garden was a really good way to feel some good memories. Thanks for organizing that Tara.
My Gram cracker, I love and miss you so much already. Your contagious smile, witty jokes, intelligent advice, strong and caring spirit… You will live on through the memories we share and I will cherish them forever. Goodbye for now Grandma. See you soon, until we meet again for lunch.
Rose, thank you so much for your patient love and care during these past years. Bridget always considered you as a friend and enjoyed all the excursions you both had taken. The parks, coffee shops, gardens…you always managed to put a smile on her face. For that we thank you. Fate sent you her way. Love always.