Visitation at PAUL O’CONNOR FUNERAL HOME, 1939 Lawrence Ave.E., (between Pharmacy and Warden) on Thursday June 14, 2018 from 12noon until the time of service in the chapel at 1pm.Cremation. In lieu of flowers donations to the Mount Sinai Palliative Care unit is appreciated by the family.

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4 thoughts on “DRYSDELLE, Brenda Lee

  1. “Gone but never Forgotten” Till we meet again my friend. Safe travels an I hope when I knock on the door you answer, an say bout time my crazy frend. GOD BLESS May you R.I.P.
    Louise Copegog ♥️♥️

    —Louise Copegog, Toronto -
  2. To the Drysdelle family, and all who were lucky enough to have known Brenda, we send our deepest heart-felt sympathies. We hope that the warm memories of her offer some support during this dark time. She was a devoted mother, wife, and friend, who left too young. May she live healthily and happily with those who have passed before her, and celebrate her birthday pain free.

    —The Denomme & Atkins Family, Toronto -
  3. My condolences to you and your family Donat, sorry to hear of Brenda’s passing, love and prayers sent to you.

    —Doreen MacLeod, Brampton -
  4. Please accept our sincere thoughts and condolences on Brenda’s passing. We know exactly what you are going as we
    Recently lost a family member, keep your happiest memories close to your heart as they will help you through the dark
    Times to follow. Be strong for one another. I remember the good laughs Brenda and I shared when we were friends and

    —Julie, Victoria and Caitlin Mahnke, North York. -