January 26, 1931 – October 21, 2013
Dunn, Frances “Jean” – Peacefully at St. Peter’s Hospital on Monday, October 21, 2013 in her 83rd year. Jean was predeceased by her loving husband Lyle as well as her sisters Peggy and Isobel. Cherished mother of Ray (Colleen), Rodger (Debbie) and Carol (Tom). Jean will be sadly missed by her grandchildren Mark, Lisa, Jamie, Matt, Kevin, Heather and Michelle, as well as many nieces and nephews. Special thanks to the staff of St. Peter’s for their care and compassion shown towards Jean. In keeping with Jean’s wishes a private family interment will take place at Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Paul’s United Church in Dundas, would be appreciated by the family.
So sorry to hear of your loss. Jean was a wonderful lady and agreat friend of Dad and Mom and I,msure she will be missed by all of us. Deepest sympathies from all of us.
My deepest sympathy.
St. Paul’s United Church
Sorry for your loss, doesn’t come close what I’m feeling for all of you. She was a great friend and we had so many laughs and fun at Sauble with Jean and Lyle, friday couldn’t come soon enough for us to get back to the beach and see our friends. Everytime I see mountain dew it puts a smile on my face remembering all the good times that were had when you were in Jeannie’s company. There is so much more I could say but you already know she was one of a kind. I guess our loss is heavens gain. Thinking of all of you as I have many times over the last few years.
Condolences to the whole Dunn Family but especially to Carol & Tom.
Sorry to read about your great loss.
My deepest sympathy.
My sincere condolences to the Dunn family.
Sorry for your loss. I remember the good times spent at the cottage and the Monday night card nights when I was a kid with your mom. Deepest sympathy to you all.
I have such fond memories of the Dunn Family-Lyle and Jean, Carol, Roger and Ray. Our families had so many fun times together at Sauble Beach. Growing up, it was the one thing we all looked forward to in the summer, after haying was finished, to spend that glorious weekend at the cottage. We got to ride go-carts, eat french fries, and go uptown to the bowling alley, or just hang out at the beach. All those meals Jean would cook to feed us all and even sleeping with so many bodies in the cottage was an adventure!
I am saddened with the passing of your mom, for Jean was kind, sweet and so much fun! I am grateful that our families got to share those precious memories so many years ago. I was actually in Sauble Beach this past summer but had forgotten which cottage was your on Second Avenue.
My thoughts and prayers are with the Dunn Family and those memories are in my heart forever.
To the Family and Friends of Jean Frances Dunn
The UCW Unit 7 of St. Paul’s United Church wish to send our condolences for the loss of Jean, a great friend , mother, grandmother, sister and aunt.
We will miss Jean with deep sorrow remembering her many contributions to our group and activities in the church. She is specially remembered for her shortbreads!, and always of course, her good sense humour.
Know too, that Jean spoke with pride and pleasure of her family. May you all be blessed with good memories of Jean and her long and loving life.
Diana Beacham, Helen Bos (deceased), Gloria Boyle (deceased), Pat Brittain,
Karan Carpenter, Barb Carpio, Audrey Charlton, Olive Hopkins, Helen Jaap, Pat Moise,
Corrine Vanderwal, Nancy Wootton, Lenora Ball (nursing home)
We would like to express our heartfelt condolences on Jeanie’s passing, to all of her family members. We are just going to try and remember all the good times we had together. God bless Jeanie and all of you.
Love Steve Rowe
Duffy & Anna
We were saddened to hear of Jean’s passing; our deepest condolences to Carol Ann, Roger and Ray and their families. Market Street and Sauble Beach won’t be the same without Jean.
Merna, Barb, Bob and Doug Bowen
Our deepest sympathy on the loss of a wonderful, feisty woman.
Alex & Margaret Mathieson and Family
We are very sorry to hear about your mother (grandmother). Jean was one of the nicest persons we have known. Our deepest Sympathy.
My deepest sympathies to you all. May the good Lord take you in His arms and carry you through this very difficult time.
Carol and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss.
May your memories help you find strength and peace during this difficult time.
So sorry for your loss.
Tom, Carol and family
It was a sad day, when I heard of the loss of your mother/grandmother. Just wanted you to know that you are our thoughts and prayers.
Deepest sympathies from the Sexton family.
So sorry for your loss. Jean is locked in our memory forever. She was a great fun loving friend.
Dear Carol and Family
My deepest condolences.
Thinking of your family at this difficult time and remembering how much she meant to my Mom and Dad
They all had such good times together .
Every time I make her Lemon Squares Recipe , I will be thinking of her !
Linda Southall and family
We wish to express our condolences on Jeanie’s passing.
Carol and Tyler
Dear Ray, Colleen and your families,
My deepest sympathies in the passing of your Mom…
May you find peace and comfort in the love of everyone around you.
Jean was such a wonderful life-long friend to my mother, Gloria Boyle. From the time we were little, Jean was always part of our lives. I know that her family will miss her. You were all very fortunate to have such a loving, Christian woman to call ‘mother’ and ‘grandmother’. May she rest in peace.
Our sincere condolences on the passing of a great lady. Jean and Lyle were great neighbours and she will be missed .
Rita and Peter Livitis
May the memories of good times and laughs shared, bring you comfort in the days ahead. Thinking of all of you at this sad time.
May and I will miss the Tuesday morning coffee and conversation.
We all missed Jean at Sauble Beach this past summer. We will always remember Jean as a great neighbour and friend.
Our thoughts are with Jean’s family at this very sad time.