elevated EoPn8 Oct 25, 1932 – Dec 23, 2023

elevated EoPn8 Visitation
Tuesday January 2, 2024 from 10-11:45am

elevated EoPn8 Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home
211 Langstaff Road East, Thornhill, ON, L3T 3Z6

elevated EoPn8 Funeral Mass
Tuesday January 2, 2024 at Noon                                    

elevated EoPn8 Chapel of St. Joseph – Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home

elevated EoPn8 Interment
Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery
8361 Yonge Street, Thornhill, ON, L3T 2C7

elevated EoPn8 Section 18

elevated EoPn8 Reception

elevated EoPn8 Tuesday January 2, 2024 to follow interment service At Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home 

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elevated EoPn8 Don’t cry, dry your eyes.

elevated EoPn8 Can’t you hear the angels calling, me up? Up above?

elevated EoPn8 Can’t you hear the angels calling me home? Me home?

elevated EoPn8 (They’re) calling me home, home.

elevated EoPn8 Mom loved “Angels Calling” by the The Tenors. On December 23, 2023, the angels opened heaven’s gates and welcomed Mary Louise Neundorf (nee Sherwin) home to be with her mother and father, May Rose and Bernard, siblings Christopher, Anne and Diane and husband, William. She is survived by brother Joseph, sisters Theresa (Larry), Frances, and Nancy (Bryan), brothers-in-law, Aduino and Gary, and many nieces and nephews.

elevated EoPn8 Mom raised 6 beautiful children with love: Janice, Michael (Sharon), Jim (Dara), Pam (Stacy), Dan (Jennifer) and Sandra (Steve); welcomed 9 exceptional grandchildren with warmth – Braden, Christine, Jordan, Taylor, Sarah, Preston, Andrew, Scott, and Alysa; and embraced 9 remarkable great-grandchildren with affection – Darren, Elizabeth, Alexander, Genevieve, Millicent, Berric,  Benjamin, Beau and Kellar.

elevated EoPn8 Mary Lou took great pride in her work. Her role as sales representative for Parents magazine allowed her to help young families navigate the many challenges of daily living. While working as a PSW, Mary Lou grew quite fond of her “ladies”, as she affectionately called them, and helped them maintain their independence at home for as long as possible. Many families expressed appreciation for the care that Mary Lou showed their loved ones, as she often went above and beyond the call of duty.

elevated EoPn8 Mom taught us to walk in Jesus’s footsteps. She reminded us often to be a good spouse, parent, sibling, and friend. She wore her heart on her sleeve and shared how she felt with passion. During Mom’s later years our sister, Sandra, gave an abundance of time in caring for our mother, and we are thankful to Sandra for her selfless gifts of love and devotion.

elevated EoPn8 Don’t cry, dry your eyes

elevated EoPn8 Can’t you hear the angels calling me up? Up above?

elevated EoPn8 Can’t you hear the angels calling me home? Me home?

elevated EoPn8 Calling me home…

elevated EoPn8 They’re calling me home.

elevated EoPn8 I’m going home.

elevated EoPn8 Mom, you are finally home, and we will miss you dearly. Whenever you want to talk to any of us, ask God to use his private phone and mention you may be awhile. We love you, and will talk soon.

elevated EoPn8 As expressions of sympathy, donations to charities Mom supported all her life: Covenant House, The Salvation Army or Scott Mission are appreciated.