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Ann Lyng
In Memory of
Ann Teresa
Lyng (Dorgan)
1934 - 2021
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Condolence From: Bonnie Peskett
Condolence: My prayers and condolences to Anita's family. I spent many wonderful years with Anita in the St. Kevin's CWL. She was a terrific hard working President and served St. Kevin's well. Her expertise in upholstery was such a benefit to our family as I sit in an heirloom leather chair she reupholstered some 30 years ago and it still looks beautiful today. Rest in peace dear friend.
Friday April 30, 2021
Condolence From: Wayne King
Condolence: To Robert, Denise, Joe and Brenda, their Spouses, Grandchildren and the Dorgan Family:
My heartfelt condolences are going out to you at this time.
As a neighbor on Leonard Avenue, we were truly blessed by Ann's kindness, warmth, pleasantness and hospitality always shown to everyone.
Ann and Joe set the finest example of how to live-- the very essence of fine parenting, caring for family, including St. Kevin's church family, and neighbors. When volunteers were needed both Ann and Joe could be counted upon to respond positively. Their presence meant much to all who were fortunate enough to know them.
They will always be missed and remembered.
Monday April 26, 2021
Condolence From: Pat, Bernie and Family
Condolence: Thinking of you all at this sad time. We will treasure the memories that we have from our last visit to Canada with my beautiful sister Anita and the best storyteller Joe. The warm welcome will we never forget.
From your loving Brother Pat, Bernie and family in Dublin, Ireland.
Monday April 26, 2021
Condolence From: Gaetano and Aniela Cautillo
Condolence: Condolences from the Cautillo Family. It was nice to meet Anita just before Julia and Kevin's wedding.
Monday April 26, 2021
Condolence From: Sarah Jane Lusina & family
Condolence: I treasure the memories of my Auntie Anita - a gentle and humble matriarch of the Dorgan family. As a child, I remember having big family gatherings at our house. We anticipated every visitor -- but it always felt like the party could begin when Auntie Anita and Uncle Joe arrived. Our whole family loved her dearly and she meant a great deal to my mom, Jessie. We will keep her close in heart, always. Her care for family lives in all she leaves behind.
Monday April 26, 2021
Condolence From: Jackie Hobbs
Condolence: So sad to lose our warm, loving Auntie Nita. You will live on in our treasured memories of all the special times we shared through the years. From teaching me to sew to letting me help you bake (and lick the spoons) and to our many little chats over a cup of tea. You will be sorely missed but live on in our hearts forever.
Monday April 26, 2021
Condolence From: Jane Maddalena
Condolence: Anne & Joe and family, Denise &Frank and family. Our sympathy to you
on the loss of your mother.You are remembered in our prayers.
Jane & Peter Maddalena
Sunday April 25, 2021
Condolence From: Teresa O'Kane
Condolence: Deepest sympathy to all the family on the death of Anita. She was a warm, kindly, and always willing to help friend. We had many fun filled outings together, especially at St. Patrick's Day, to see the Chieftains, Wolfe Tones and the Fureys. Anita and the family will be in my thoughts and prayers.
Sunday April 25, 2021
Condolence From: Patricia Russell
Condolence: Sincere sympathy to the Lyng family on the loss of Anita .
I have so many happy memories of the wonderful trip I took to Spain and Portugal with Joe and Anita. Also of many happy visits at the cottage where Anita and I would chat over tea, and Jack and Dublin would chase each other around.
Anita was always welcoming, friendly and a pleasure to spend time with.
Rest in peace Anita.
Sunday April 25, 2021
Condolence From: Shelley Kloppenburg
Condolence: Sincere condolences on the loss of your mom/grandmother.. she raised a wonderful family and had much to be proud of. I know well how difficult it is to properly mourn someone in these difficult Covid times, but your tribute to your mother does her proud. Sending virtual hugs
Sunday April 25, 2021
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