elevated SbOR5 February 10, 1934 – February 28, 2023
elevated SbOR5 Funeral Mass
Thursday March 9, 2023 at 12:00 pm, Chapel of St. Joseph, Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home
211 Langstaff Road East, Thornhill, ON, L3T 3Z6
elevated SbOR5 View Funeral Mass
elevated SbOR5 Entombment
Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery
elevated SbOR5 The family kindly requests that all guests attending the Funeral Mass to please where masks.
elevated SbOR5 Liz died peacefully on February 28, 2023. A fighter until the end, she lived her last years and days on her own terms. Elizabeth was a mother to four amazing daughters Leslie and Karen, predeceased. She is survived by her daughter’s Maureen and Michelle (Matheson) Moore, her grandchildren Kailin (Adrian) Murfin, Mallory and Cameron Dunlop, their fathers, Alan Beard and David Dunlop. Born in NYC, she was raised in Upper N.Y. until she attended Syracuse U. where she acquired her B.A. and M.R.S. In January of 1956 she married Richard and emigrated to Wingham ON, moving soon after to Toronto where she lived the remainder of her days. Along with being the daily parent for much of her children’s lives, Liz returned to OCAD and accomplished a degree in Textile Design in 1980. She would go on to found her own Custom Dye business, EHB Designs, with the help of associates and friends. The family is very grateful to her friends Sandy, Lia and Tom who stuck by her in friendship and with real.care.
Maureen and Family, thinking of you all at this time.
The picture captures her spirit to a tee. I loved what you have written here.
Always a sad time when we lose a parent. Thinking of you and sending hugs.
We are genuinely sorry for your loos. Heart-felt condolences to you and family.
Love the picture you chose. Hope you’re all doing well. I have some really fun memories of your mom! Thinking about you all.
Just read on your Facebook page. Sincere condolences in the loss of your mother.
A perfect neighbour, a great listener, a wonderful story teller and an avid gardener, Liz was someone we viewed as a a friend. More than anything, Liz was good to our son. She let him run amuck in her lovely backyard and drive his three-wheel up and down the driveway. When he got older, Liz never complained about the basketballs, baseballs and other assorted loudness from the boy next door! We are so sorry for your loss and we will miss Liz dearly. She was loved by the three of us.
Linda, Kevin and Padraig
Thank you Linda and Kevin for looking out for my mom. Good neighbours are a true gift.