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McMullen ElizabethMcMULLEN, Elizabeth Ann  -  Born in Oshawa on October 25, 1936 and passed away unexpectedly but peacefully in Toronto on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 in her 82nd year.

She will be greatly missed by her brother David (Carol), her niece Jennifer and nephews Chris (Dianne) and Greg (Dita) and grand-nieces and grand-nephews Janet, Andrew (Amy), Julia, Oliver and Alex.

She is now reunited with her parents Reginald (1900-1952) and Betty (1902-1999).

She will be remembered by her family and friends in Toronto, Oshawa, Haliburton, the U.S.A. and the U.K.. An enthusiastic, joyful and caring person, Betty Ann wrestled with the progression of Parkinson’s over the past decade.

After graduating from Branksome Hall in the early fifties, she enjoyed working at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Air Canada and the TD Bank.

She loved baking, gardening and had an appreciation for art and music.

She also had an exceptional memory for the many people she met during her life. Betty Ann was fortunate to have been in the care of Revera Leaside and we wish to thank her kind and compassionate nurses and caregivers at Revera and the CCAC.

We also wish to thank the medical teams at Michael Garron and Sunnybrook Hospitals for their care and assistance.

A graveside service and reception will be held at 11am on Thursday, August 23, 2018 at MOUNT LAWN FUNERAL HOME & CEMETERY (905-443-3376), located at 21 Garrard Road in Whitby.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Parkinson Canada or as was Betty Ann’s passion, plant a flower at your home in her memory.