elevated M4l0D September 18, 1943 – May 4, 2023

elevated M4l0D Visitation
Friday, May 12, 2023 from 11:00 am – 1:15 pm
Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home
211 Langstaff Road East, Thornhill, ON, L3T 3Z6

elevated M4l0D Funeral Service
Friday, May 12, 2023 at 1:30 pm
Chapel of St. Joseph – within Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home

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elevated M4l0D Interment  
Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery

elevated M4l0D Reception to follow the interment at Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home.

elevated M4l0D Obituary

elevated M4l0D The family of Wanda Kay Annie Dunn shares, with deep sadness, the news of Wanda’s passing, on Thursday May 4, 2023. Wanda died peacefully in hospital surrounded by her family. Wanda was 79.

elevated M4l0D Wanda is survived by her husband Stephen Dunn; her daughters Hilary Dunn (Michael Hayne) and Jennifer Dunn-Moynes (Peter); her beloved grandchildren Dylan and Jaime Moynes; her siblings Michael, Yvonne, Patricia Frattini, Donna Viana, Mary Jane Kassinger; her sisters-in-law Anne Chapman and Patricia Harris; her cousins Sharon Kryszczuk and Yvonne Kryszczuk-Grimes; her nieces and nephews Kimberly Manduca (Patrick), Robbie (Debbie), Joseph (Carly), Tasha Mithrush-Vlotaros (Taki), Brent Frattini (Vivian Chen), Anna Frattini (Reece Thomson), Ross Kassinger (Allison Cormany), Daniel Harris (Tanya), Catherine Ferguson (Malcolm), Cynthia Chapman, Sheryl Dunn (Li Pan), Amanda Dunn (Robert Shiftman), Samantha Dunn, Yvonne Ritchie, Denise Slimkowich (John), Christine MacLean, Daniel Harris (Tanya) and Jackie Edson-Peshal (Donny).

elevated M4l0D Wanda was predeceased by her parents Annie Mithrush and John Mithrush; her mother-in-law Annie Dunn and her father-in-law Stephen Dunn; her sister-in-law Bette Tupling, her brothers-in law Edward Dunn, Richard Dunn, Jay Viana, and Steve Frattini; her aunt Rose Kryszczuk; her uncle Ivan Kryszczuk; her cousin Zigmund Kryszczuk; and her nephews Stephen Harris, Thomas Tupling, and B. J. Harris.

elevated M4l0D Wanda was a shining light in all our lives. She was intensely brave throughout her life and in the end. She was extremely proud of the days she worked at the Toronto Star. She loved gardening, reading, cooking, tennis, golf, dinners with the girls, and travelling with her sisters and family. She was a devoted wife, and she would have celebrated her 55th wedding anniversary on May 11th. We will miss her fiercely.

elevated M4l0D The family is accepting flowers and donations to the Canadian Cancer Society.

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