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Franklin MaryFRANKLIN, Mary Frances (nee McEown)  - October 13, 1920 - June 27, 2019

Passed away in her 99th year after a short illness.

Remembered for her kindness and elegance, Mary was the cherished wife of Bill for over 60 years and the treasured mother of Holly (Jeff).

Mary leaves behind her adored grands Emily (Bob), W. Evan (Shannon) and C. Ashlyn.

Beloved Gigi to great grands Nicholas, James, Luke and Isla.

Mary was a proud veteran of WWII, serving her country as a WREN.

She was a graduate of University of Winnipeg and served many years as a member of the University of Toronto Women's Club.

Mary achieved commendations for volunteering for the Canadian Cancer Society. 

Mary's request was for a celebration with family and friends at a future date.

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