elevated qlnJN September 4, 1967 ~ November 9, 2021
elevated qlnJN Due to Covid-19 restrictions the visitation will be limited to 25 people in the building at one time. Guests may have to wait a few minutes at any given time.
elevated qlnJN Visitation
Thursday, November 18, 2021 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. & 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Catholic Cremation Services
6933 Tomken Road, Mississauga, ON L5T 1N4
elevated qlnJN Donations
In lieu of flowers donations may be made in her memory to the Alzheimer Society of Canada
The picture doesn’t do her justice. She was as beautiful inside as out. Will miss her tremendously
Beautiful lady inside and out😇
Such a loss to all who had the pleasure of knowing Elizabeth!
Condolences to family and friends. Xxoo💕
In the time I knew Elizabeth she was always kind and constantly thinking of others. She will be missed by many. My sincere condolences to her many family and friends
Words cannot express how much you were loved and how much you will be missed. I only knew you for a short time and I wish it were longer, you were so kind and dedicated. The world lost a beautiful soul.May you rest in peace
My sincere condolences to Elizabeth’s Family & Friends. You were so loved in the Radio Room. RIP Sweet Lady. ❤️
Such a beautiful soul inside and out. Elizabeth will be missed be all who knew her.
Elizabeth’s passing has left a huge hole in a lot of people’s hearts. She was truly a kind and gentle soul. My sincere condolences to her family.
Condolences to the family . RIP sweet Elizabeth 💔
We will miss you Elizabeth. You are a beautiful kind soul to everyone. And now, a beautiful angel.
Liz was so kind, generous and caring. God takes the best too early. RIP
You are missed. Most of us will miss your kindness, your smile and your big heart. I have so many fond memories. I will miss our lunchtime walks (I’d joke they were more like runs because of how fast your walked). I’ll miss how our platoon would gauge how late we were by seeing when you pulled into the parking lot.. ‘uh oh there’s Murph, we must be late!” But then in perfect style she would walk in with a minute to spare and look like she just got out a salon. No bad hair days for that girl!! Her very particular Tim’s order. (Basically it was milk with a dip of a tea bag ). Im going to hold on to these things and remember you fondly. You were one of a kind I hope you are at peace my friend.
Elizabeth was one of the loveliest people I have ever met. She was the epitome of kindness and I will miss her dearly. My condolences to her family and all who had the pleasure of knowing her.
My beautiful friend, you were the sister I never had. We would often joke we shared a brain. There are no words to describe the void you have left in my life. You have touched the lives of so many people and the world is now a darker place without your right shining light. I love you and miss you .
Elizabeth, I have many wonderful fond memories of you. May you Rest In Peace. You are forever in many hearts.
I met Elizabeth through her sister, Carol. She was such a beautiful, lovely person and so funny. We had some good laughs together, that’s for sure. My sympathies to her family and friends. She will truly be missed.
My dear friend. Oh the stories and laughs we have shared over the years. From the moment you became my trainee, we clicked and became friends. I will be forever grateful for our friendship and your kindness to myself and my family in the times I needed it most. I’ll miss your laugh and wicked sense of humour. Thanks for the memories xo
Yes! she was as beautiful inside as she was outside.
Very vibrant with so much good qualities, far too young to be gone – will missed her.
Deepest condolences to Carol John and the rest of her lovely family
My Condolence to the bereaved family. May you rest in peace in God’s paradise Elizabeth.
She was as beautiful outside as she was inside, very vibrant with so many good qualities too young to be gone – so glad I had the chance to meet her and will certainly missed her.
My deepest condolences to Sister Carol Father John and the rest of her beautiful family.
My favourite memory of you was back in 2006, when I returned after a week at Disney and you asked how I’d enjoyed my week. When I replied “ too much Disney” you feigned a shocked look and wagged your finger at me. From then on I loved you even more. RIP my friend 💝
I didn’t have the privilege of knowing Elizabeth, however, heartfelt condolences to her family and friends. From the stories I’ve heard and the messages I’ve read now, she was a beautiful person inside and out.
We never knew Elizabeth but through her brother and sister-in-law Mike and Liz, our next door neighbours, we would get updates on her illness.
To Mike, Liz, Carol and family, please accept our sincere condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time! May you Rest In Peace!
Your ebullient smile warmed this stone heart.
To the end of my days, you will be remembered.
Such a nice and wonderful lady gone too soon. She will be missed greatly by many. Rest In Peace
I knew Elizabeth from work, and although we didn’t work on the same platoon, our paths would often cross through the years. She was always so polite, and kind, professional and very organized and meticulous. In a word – elegant. A modern day Audrey Hepburn, not only in her well kept appearance, but her kind spirit and her charitable work. She will be missed.
Elizabeth you were a wonderful and loving person. I was blessed to know you and you will be forever missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to your family.
I’m not even sure I ever called you Elizabeth or Murph. I called you Coach and you called me the same. A little inside joke from when we did first aid training years and years ago. I then changed it to Coachella and you said…ohhhh that’s even better!!!
Thank you for calling my ‘Avalanche cookies’ the best you’d ever tasted, thank you for making me laugh till my sides hurt and thank you for being my friend. I’ll miss you more than words can say. RIP Coachella. 💙
The first time I met you, I won’t lie, I was intimidated by your intelligence and how well you did our job. I was brand new, terribly nervous, and very very green. You sat with me while GP wrote one of my first evaluations. By the end of the night, I learned so much and realized not only were you great at what you did, you were also extremely nice.
Your thoughtful, controlled, methodical yet caring and nurturing way of dealing with everything at work was unlike anyone else. You did it all with care and concern, and somehow managed to keep up with the busy and chaotic pace of our work environment. I was always in awe of how you did that.
I remember many of our conversations over the years and although we didn’t know every intricate detail of each other’s personal lives, one of the last times we spoke I got to know another deeper layer about your life, and I felt so happy to have been granted that closeness.
Thank you for being you. I’ll miss you. I still remember your sweet laugh.
My deepest condolences to your family, and loved ones.
Sending you love up there. May you rest in eternal peace and love.
By far one of the sweetest people I’ve ever met. I’ll remember all the talks we had over the years. You will be missed by everyone especially me. Rest in Peace Westjet… 💕
Your smile, your laugh, your poise, your compassion, your kindness and your dedication….those are just a few of the things that made up the beautiful person you were. From our nightshift chats, to seeing Britney Spears, to my luau birthday party, we had fun and shared some incredible stories.
You were constantly in my thoughts when you were off work and now your memory will be permanently held in my heart.
Rest in Peace, lovely ❤️
Gone far to young. A beautiful person inside and out. Although we never worked together on the same shift I loved chatting with you on crossovers. Your kindness and passion for life and people shown through daily . You will be missed ❤
Sleep well dear Elizabeth
She was a radiant light snuffed out before her time, a passionate angel of mercy, gone to be with her equals, missed by all she left behind.
May you be at peace, Elizabeth.
Thank you for the honour of allowing me to take care of your hair colour for many many years. That first appointment 20 years ago and the great wedding dress fiasco with the tshirt dye, still makes me laugh.
I know you’re in a better place my friend.
You are dearly missed.