Joyce Dunlop

12-Feb-1938 - 24-Mar-2018

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Posted by Donna McAleer Smith | 01-Apr-2018

Mrs. Dunlop was my second mother. My family moved in next door to her and Mr. Dunlop when I was two years old. She was there for all of my milestones as well as the day to day events that mold relationships. There was nothing I couldn't talk to her about and trust me, we talked about almost everything. I can honestly say, she was always in my corner. I know she is now back with her soul mate Mr. Dunlop, for this I am grateful. Joy, I loved you my whole life. You will be forever in my heart. I miss you already. Love Donna.

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Posted by Bruce Brasier Brasier | 31-Mar-2018

I met Mrs Dunlop when I met Mike in grade 5. Mike introduced me to his 'dad & mom' who I never heard him call them that, it was always 'Jay & Joy'. Jay your blown it & Joy you don't know what your talking about lol. I hung out in my teens to my mid 20s. I always had a blast when I was over there & if I was waiting for Mike to get off work I would go over & have a few beers with Jay & Joy. Mike would tell them 'everything' we did & they would get a good laugh about it. Those were some of the best times I had & will always cherish those memories.
Rest in Peace
Always thinking about you / A long lost family member........Bruce Brasier.......'Braish'

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Posted by Heather Dunlop | 30-Mar-2018

Aunt Joyce had the best smile! She was such a warm friendly person, always greeted you with that wonderful accent of hers. I loved to hear her talk ! Favorite memories of my childhood were when mom and I would go for visits and have tea. May you Rest In Peace dear Auntie.

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Posted by Cindy (Dunlop) Norwood | 27-Mar-2018

I was so sorry to hear of Aunt Joyce's passing. Joyce was always Joyful and Happy to see us. Some of my fondest memories are from when our families would meet in Ajax for picnics down by the lake. It was a great time for all the cousins to get together. Many Christmas dinners were enjoyed together at our house on Finch in Willowdale. Everybody looks so young in all those wonderful pictures. Uncle Jack and Aunt Joyce always loved each other and all their children and grandchildren.

Please accept my deepest sympathies, Michael, Larry and Linda and your beloved families. Rest in Peace Aunt Joyce.
I love you dearly.

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Posted by Linda Dunlop | 27-Mar-2018

The best mom we could ever ask for she always bought us treats took us to the movies then out for desert. We use to lie in bed with her as she told us great stories. We will never forget and always in our hearts love you until the end of time.

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