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1935 - 2019

Garth Irving Mundle
April 30, 1935 – January 28, 2019

On Monday, January 28th, Garth journeyed from this life. He died in Ottawa after suffering a stroke.

Garth grew up in the village of Pugwash, Nova Scotia. He was the eldest of three children born to Stanley Mundle and Alice (Coulter) Mundle . Alice had been a teacher; Stan was in the oil delivery business, and later bought the property that is still the family farm. Garth and Eldon, two years apart, grew up together, and then much later, along came Carolyn. In his teen years Garth was active in the church youth group, and when the group would lead worship, Garth was often the preacher. For one or two summers, prior to the first Pugwash Peace Conference in 1957, he worked at Cyrus Eaton’s Thinkers’ Lodge.

Garth was a good student, and he took music lessons for several years. At Mount Allison University , he majored in psychology, with a minor in music, in voice. During this period, he made a decision to become a minister in the United Church of Canada, and after graduation attended Pine Hill Divinity Hall.

After ordination the church placed him in Saint John, New Brunswick, to develop a new congregation and also to work with an existing one. A tall order for a new graduate. At the same time, a deaconess arrived in Saint John. Dorothy Naylor had just graduated from the United Church Training School. United Church ministers at that time often gathered Sunday nights at one another’s homes after evening services. It was inevitable that they would get to know one another. Two years later they were married. For fifty-seven years, through good times and bad, through loss of grand-daughter Tina and son David, they supported one another and enjoyed a rich life together. In later years when they worked as a team, congregants and friends would enjoy the way they could be honest with each other and how they “played off” one another. People in one congregation expressed the way they were together by naming them “Gar-thy.”

In 1961, Garth and Dorothy moved to Massachusetts so that Garth could undertake graduate study in clinical psychology and counselling at Andover Newton Theological School, from which he received a Master of Sacred Theology degree, followed by a Doctor of Ministry degree. Their three children came to them while Garth was a student. Carol was born in 1962; David, born in 1961, and Jim, in 1962, came to them first as foster children, and were later adopted. The sixties in the United States were a very formative time for Garth, with major societal and cultural change, changes in the Roman Catholic Church after Vatican II, the Vietnam War, and the Civil Rights Movement. Adding to this vibrant mix of graduate studies and world events, Garth served congregations in Dunstable and Dracut. It was a challenging and creative experience for Garth to be both learning, and offering leadership in the church at such a time.

In 1971 before leaving the United States, the family, including the dog, undertook a self-supported sabbatical year, living and moving around the country in a 28-foot travel trailer for 12 months. There is a saying in the family that Dorothy makes the spitballs and Garth fires them. Such was the case about this adventure – it was Dorothy’s idea. During that year, Garth had many jobs: with McDonalds, for a White House committee, as a Pinkerton security guard, and as a page at the Disneyland Hotel. It was a year that was rich in experiences, relationships and learning. At the end of the year, Trinity Church in Cobourg, Ontario, called him to be their minister, where he was to lead them through a period of change. The themes of innovation, disruption, growth and change would be hallmarks throughout his ministry.

A call to become the principal of St. Stephen’s Theological College in Edmonton was the next step for Garth. In the history of St. Stephen’s he is seen as a visionary. His time there was marked by vibrancy as he guided the college’s development into an institution that served both lay students and ordered ministers. Some new programs were the Master of Theological Studies (MTS), global study tours, and two intakes for the Western Field-Based Program in Diaconal Ministry. After retirement from the college, Garth, often with Dorothy, worked in transition ministry for a decade, a ministry that they found to be intense, but very satisfying.

After almost 30 years in Alberta, in 2007 they moved to Ottawa to be closer to Carol and Jim and their families. He enjoyed frequent contact with his grandchildren Isabelle and André,and with Heather from afar. Garth continued to work for a few years, this time helping groups of congregations to explore and make decisions about new ways to be church together.

Whatever Garth was doing, he approached it with gusto. In Alberta, camping and skiing in the mountains brought him much pleasure. Summers always found him with the family at the back shore in Pugwash, where he loved swimming in the Northumberland Strait, and with Dorothy, hosted family and many friends over the years. Throughout his life he enjoyed and excelled at playing the host – mixing drinks, making hors d’oeuvres and then settling into the conversation and making many thought-provoking comments. Alberta friends remember calling him from the hot tub: “Garthon!” (Garçon). He enlivened many parties with performances of the hop polka, which he had learned in the dance halls of northern Nova Scotia. He cherished all of his travels – and there were many – as a way of connecting with the world beyond him. Many people have spoken of changed minds and hearts because of international tours led by Garth, through St. Stephen’s College or the Centre for Christian Studies. Anyone who talked with him recently knows that the principles of quantum theory were never far from his mind. Whether invited to speak or not, Garth was never lost for words. Dorothy used to say there was no space between his brain and his mouth. And when it came to social justice, his rants could rival those of Rick Mercer.

In the many ways Garth expressed his faith he was always passionate about challenging the status quo and applying the gospel to contemporary issues. Many were inspired and stimulated by his vision. He was a large personality but was also able to attend to and be of service to others when they needed help – whether it was a need for conversation, a ride or someone to clean and dust - no task was beneath him, nor was he ever too busy to lend a hand. Family and friends are shocked and saddened by his passing, but are immensely grateful for having had him in their lives.

Mourning his passing are his wife Dorothy Naylor; son Jim (Sandra) and daughter Carol (Jean); grandchildren Heather, Isabelle and André; great-grandchild Bella; brother Eldon (Janice) and sister Carolyn Cameron; the extended Mundle family; the Naylor family; and a large network of friends.

Hours of visitation will be Friday February 15th from 3-6 pm at First United Church, 347 Richmond Road, Ottawa, with a service celebrating Garth’s life to be held Saturday February 16th at 11:00 at the church. For those who may wish to honour Garth’s life in a tangible way, the family has the following suggestions: Sandy-Saulteaux Spiritual Centre (preparing Indigenous students for ministry in their communities); Doctors Without Borders; or a charity of your choice.

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Farther family

Read brief obituary in CH Feb 2nd.
Knew Garth well in 1955-57 at Mount Alison University.
Sincere,y, Mac Bennett

Mac(malcolm) Bennett, February 2, 2019

Dorothy and family,

It is with sadness that I heard of the death of Garth. His long and faithful service to the United Church touched more lives that one can imagine. On behalf of those of us working for the Eastern Ontario Outaouais Regional Council of the United Church (Region 12), I offer my deepest sympathies. Please know that you all are being held in prayer.

Rev. Whitman Strong, February 2, 2019

The family

When Garth came to our small town of Joggins, Nova Scotia back in the early 60's he took a young group of teenagers under his wing and made us into a choir in no time. An up beat one at that. I have to admit as teenagers we enjoyed church for the first time and we have always remembered him with such fondness for the impact he had on us.
RIP Garth With deepest sympathy .

Sandi Cooper, February 2, 2019

Eldon & Janice Mundle

So sorry to read the passing of Garth . I haven't seen him for close to 60 years but he was someone you remembered.

Pat & Miriam Lockhart & Family, February 2, 2019


Dear folks: We were so shocked and saddened to hear the news. In the past few years we were so fortunate to become acquainted with you and Garth and to get together here in Sarasota and in Wallace. May the peace and comfort of God hold you and sustain you in these times. Please extend our sympathy to your family.

Allan and Marion McIntosh, February 2, 2019


Sending tender prayers of comfort and peace to you, your family and dear friends, as Garth takes his place among the stars. Dorothy, you and Garth made a profound impact on Red Deer Lake United Church on the southern edge of Calgary and I remember well, your sharing of the Enneagram with the healing ministry. You helped birth a successful amalgamation with Midlands, all those years ago. I am so grateful to have had the chance to see you more recently in Arnprior with other Healing Pathway instructors and get to, once more, experience your joy, wit, wisdom and, above all, love.

Jackie Walters, February 2, 2019

Eldon and Janice and family

My sincere sympathy to you at this time of great loss.
Thinking of you during this sadness.


Kay Stevens, February 2, 2019

Carolyn Cameron and Family

My sincere sympathy, Carolyn on the loss of your brother.
My thoughts are with you at this sad time.

Kay (MacLeod) Stevens

Kay Stevens, February 2, 2019

The family

I remember as a little girl Rev Mundle boarded with my grandmother Flossie Allen in Port Greville, N.S. while at our church. We all thought the world of him, our family send our thoughts and prayers to you all. With sympathy Brian and Sandy Field

Sandra Field, February 2, 2019

Dorothy Naylor and family

My sincere condolences to you all,Garth was a wonderful man and a delight to be in his presence. I have many fond memories from a long time ago. Isabel Sarson, Pugwash.

Isabel sarson, February 3, 2019

Dorothy Naylor and family

My sincere condolences to you all,Garth was a wonderful man and a delight to be in his presence. I have many fond memories from a long time ago. Isabel Sarson, Pugwash.

Isabel sarson, February 3, 2019

Dorothy Naylor

Our condolences to you and your family. Garth's wit and enthusiasm will be missed by all of us at Park Place. We will especially remember his lively step-dancing to the Irish Jigs at the St. Patrick's Day party!
Des and Pat Hall

Des and Pat Hall, February 3, 2019

Dorothy Mundle

Dear Dorothy,
I was surprised to learn of Garth's death. We are both the same age. Vera has memory problems, we are in a nursing home . You and Garth have been spared that. I would love to attend the funeral, remembering Garth will be a happy experience. His spirit will live on and be cherished by his old friends. It will continue in his memorial gifts.
I'll be remembering you and the family in my prayers.
Parkland Clayton Park
522-114 Fairfax Dr.
Halifax, N.S. B3S 1J5

F Archibald, February 3, 2019


Very saddened to hear this news of the passing of such a beautiful soul. Garth lived in love and was truly guided by God. He lived to heal others and will be sadly missed. Leanne,Gwen and Josh Rogers

Leanne Rogers , February 3, 2019

Dorothy NYlor

Dear Dorothy,
My deepest sympathies to you and your family on the loss of your husband Garth.
MY you be blessed with strength and courage as each new day dawns.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Yours sincerely,
Henriette Schwentafsky (Fifth Avenue Memorial United Church-Medicine Hat)

Henriette Schwentafsky, February 3, 2019


I was deeply saddened to read in the Halifax Chronicle Herald of Garth’s death. I probably have not seen you and Garth since attending your wedding with my parents, but I have strong, clear, warm memories of the two of you in Saint John, from around 1960 (when I was still a kid in junior high). My memories of Garth are exactly as you describe him in the Obituary, “approaching life with gusto, wit, and candour” and definitely making gatherings he attended "lively and thought-provoking events.” He will, indeed, be deeply missed by folks across the country!

My wife and I send our sincere condolences to you and your family!

Lloyd and Elaine Fraser, Halifax, February 3, 2019


What a sadness to read of Garth's onward journey. I have such wonderful memories of him, indeed of you both, various Committees and GC's and that memorable trip to North India where Garth was so critical in sussing out the multiple book keeping practices affecting the Anglican and UCC mission support dollars. I shall toast him with a single malt remembering his zest for life, his sharp mind and his love of family and of church. With deep sadness but a voice of singing, bon voyage, Garth and strength and comfort to Dorothy. David McKane.

(Rev. Dr.) David McKane, February 4, 2019


Upon hearing of Garth’s death, my thoughts went back forty-plus years to Cobourg and the wonderful group of pastors that welcomed me into the fold, Garth chief among them. He was always larger than any gathering of which he was a part and yet I certainly always felt he was one with the rest of us. I remember his kindness to me; I was a raw rookie, Calvary Baptist my first congregation. Garth and I had coffee on a Friday afternoon early in my time in Cobourg. I told him that everything was done for the week, the sermon and prayers were ready for Sunday, visits I needed to do had been done. I wondered aloud if there would be enough work in the church to keep me occupied. Garth laughed and told me to wait six months and to enjoy this time of being able to get everything done because it would not last for long. He was right, of course.
My dominant memory of Garth is the wonderful, unique way he had of treating others, including those whose Christian experience was far different from his. Do you remember Jack McCallum from the Pentecostal Church. Jack invited Garth to be a guest preacher at that church and some members of his board were a little put out. Jack told me the story: he told the board that Garth was his friend, that Garth always treated him with respect and that was more than he could say for some of his so-called evangelical brethren.
The world was a better place for his sojourn here and he will be missed. May you know the comfort and peace of God.

Bill Norman, February 4, 2019

Dorothy Naylor

Our deepest sympathy on Garth's passing. We remember very fondly the time both of you spent with us at Pleasant Heights UC in Calgary in about 2000. We were in transition between the ministry of Doug Cowan and Linda Hunter (also impressive individuals). My roots are in Nova Scotia, too so that is one more connection with Garth. He is missed but there is no doubt that he made a big difference to many while he was with us.

Charles & Beverley Moore, February 4, 2019

Jim and Sandra

My sincere condolence to you and your family on your loss!

I will continue to pray for you and your family during this difficult time !

Chantal Stead, February 4, 2019

Dortohy and Family

Truly sorry for your loss. Garth was a very special man.
He will be greatly missed
Cathy and Mario Troini

Mario & Cathy Troini, February 4, 2019

Carol and family

Dear Carol,
Very, very sorry to hear about the passing of your father. He was clearly a remarkable man, with a close connection to his beliefs. Our thoughts are with you and your family. Much love, and big, big hugs, from not so far away (DC),
Brett and Carolyn

Brett Maitland and Carolyn Carolyn, February 5, 2019

Dear Dorothy and family,

It is almost unimaginable that this awesomely grand personality we called Garth and loved deeply, has been silenced. The time both of you spent at St. Thomas changed our lives and brought many people into the fold with the wider thinking and the thought-provoking sentiments. I personally have thought of you two every single week since you have been gone from here, especially when I learned that you had settled in my hometown. Garth gave us a new view of clergy, with his heart, his mind and his flamboyance. Church has meant a lot more to a lot more since you graced us and I am forever grateful.

Our hearts and prayers are with you and your family as you say goodbye to Garth. Love each other with intensity, care deeply about each other, laugh a lot because you have much to giggle about over the years and let your heart remember the many wonderful memories. Know that Garth was deeply loved, made a huge difference in this world and 1000's mourn with you. Rest in peace, dear Garth. Deepest sympathy, hugs and love, Marjorie Aucoin, St. Thomas United Church, Calgary.

Marjorie Aucoin, February 5, 2019

Dorothy Mundle

Ruby and I send our condolences, Dorothy. Although it is many years since we travelled with you to visit The Church of North India in 1991, we treasure the memories of Garth's leadership. We were complete novices at international travel, and came to rely on him very greatly.

Paul and Ruby McLenaghan, February 5, 2019

Dorothy Naylor

So sorry to hear of the passing of Garth. My heartfelt condolences to you. If I were
home in Ottawa, I would certainly go to the memorial service. Glad to see that you
are using the Funeral Coop of Ottawa. Garth was a very interesting character. Vital,
enthusiastic, thoughtful and reflective, but also an advocate when necessary.
Life will be very different for you without him.

Take care. I will see you when I get back from Mexico in April.

Sylvia Furman, February 5, 2019

Carolyn Cameron & family

Carolyn, so sorry for the loss of your brother, our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Ronnie & Mona

Mona Kelly, February 5, 2019


It is with great sadness that we learned of Garth's passing.
In so many ways he was an influencer. My deepest appreciation was to encounter the two of you at Red Deer Lake Untied Church, a church that survived much ill will but was redeemed with Garth's and your service there.
On a more personal note ,allowing us to visit you in Pugwash on our way to Newfoundland was a special and rich experience.
I cannot imagine what it must be like to be without Garth but please know that you are in our prayers.

Doug and Evelyn

Doug Powell, February 6, 2019


What a blessing to have known both of you. I recall traveling to a CGIT Conference in Alberta where Garth was the key note speaker. He said his mother always said he was born with his tongue wagging at both ends. He was never at loss for words, always with wisdom, vision and humour. He was a great gift and will be missed. Grieve your loved one well Dorothy.❤️

Dianne Cardin, February 6, 2019

All who have sent messages

We, members of Garth's family, are overwhelmed with the kind words of condolence, and with the "rolling platform" that we are seeing pass by - people from his past who have shared memories and stories. Deep thanks from our hearts and minds.

Garth's family, February 6, 2019

Dorothy and family

Dear Dorothy,

It was with profound sadness that Sharon and I learned about Garth's death. We have so many wonderful memories of Garth. His generosity touched many people in many different ways. His warmth and his gregarious spirit were infectious. His courageous challenges of the status quo were a breath of fresh air. His ability to stand against the accepted norms and push us to new levels of understanding was an inspiration to many. His playful sense of humour that helped all of us to lighten up and not take ourselves too seriously provided a wonderful release when things became too tense. I will always remember the joy that he was able to bring into dark places, his infectious laughter, his openness to difference, his passion for justice, and his love of life. We were blessed to have known him and to have been loved and accepted by him.

We know that you will miss him greatly. Please know that we are thinking of you and remembering our times together very fondly.

Dale and Sharon Irving, February 6, 2019

Dorothy Naylor

What a wonderful tribute you all have written. Truly Garth was a model of so many human (almost super-human) characteristics. They came tumbling out as our group, with him as our leader-mentor-questioner-observer-listener journeyed through Palestine and Israel in 2013. The dancing eyes as he intoned that we were not there just "to kiss the holy stones" gave the whole tour the intimation of higher purpose, which Garth elicited, cajoled and challenged from us, with his mixture of Socratic method, wit, empathetic listening, story-telling and intense interaction. That he planned so much of the structure and let our spirits explore it says much of the man that I shall never forget. As you say, I am so grateful to have spent time with Garth -- not only on the tour but many First United-related events and discussions.

Paul Durber, February 6, 2019

Dorothy Mundle and family

Dorothy..... I was so sad to get the news of Garth's death. One of my greatest wishes in ministry was that I would have had more close association with him as a colleague. He was simply one of a kind, in the best sense of that term. Fearless, and creative, energetic and hopeful he entered most situations, that I can remember, with authentic desire to see right relations prevail.

I remember being with him in Grand Prairie at an ecumenical gathering (Shared Ministry) He was an invited guest. During one of the worship services lead by a bishop of a participating church, he refused to recite the Apostle's Creed, the sine quo non of ecumenical order at the time. He caused a stir, and told me on the way home on the plane.....I can no longer say that...…...stuff... One of the church leaders overheard him and complained that the UCC should renounce him. I was in the General Council office at the time and said to the church leader.."You have to be joking...." he speaks for a lot of us in the church..... The crises passed and the sky didn't fall....but Garth had the courage to say and do things that many of us didn't and we are so much the better for it.

Karen joins me in extending love to you during this time of great loss for you, the family and the church.

Hallett Llewellyn

Hallett Llewellyn, February 6, 2019

Dorothy and Family

Our condolences on the passing of Garth.

Wayne and Theresa

Theresa Bowman, February 7, 2019


Dorothy, sorry about Garth's passing. I often thought of him from my early years in Diaconal Program, and when he was guest speaker at Banff Men's Conference--but always enjoyed running into him in my UCC travels. He will be missed. One word I would use to describe Garth is "Inspirational."
Love and Prayers
Allan Gairns
Prairie Points PC SK Region 4

ALLAN GAIRNS, February 7, 2019


Our deepest sympathy goes out to you during this difficult time. Both you and Garth were such a light for John and I during our faith journey at Deer Park United. One particular workshop I attended with Garth as the lead was life changing. We hold you in our prayers.

Nikki Gifford-Kittell, February 7, 2019

Dorothy and family

I had the good fortune to not only meet Garth & Dorothy, but experience both of them from the pulpit, when they ministered at Deer Park United Church in Calgary. What a treat!
I remember Garth riding his motorcycle into the church, for one meaningful and obviously impactful sermon. He was always having fun, laughing and enjoying life. I will always remember his smile and yest for life. Garth I hope you have a nice long motorcycle ride with the wind in your hair and the sun on your face. You will be truly missed by many.

John Kittell, February 7, 2019

Dorothy Naylor and Family

Rod and I have many fond memories with Garth and Dorothy. We have many memorable stories told to us by Garth. Dorothy and I are first cousins. They drove to Wasaga Beach from Ottawa in October to attend our 60th Wedding Anniversary. Following the afternoon Social, Garth gave the Blessing before the dinner that was held for the Wedding Party and our family.
Two of our vacations memories were spent with Garth and Dorothy. One in Cape Cod and one in Calgary. Dorothy, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Rod and Toots Arnold, February 7, 2019


Dorothy I am so sorry to hear about Garth. I remember him at church and youth group for his laughter, his big personality, his questioning and probing, his strong opinions, his guidance and his willingness to just be silly. You both were such a big part of my teenage years.

Michelle Lockhart Jones shared the news on our "South Minster Steinhauer Youth Group page"
Some of the comments from there:
Very sad news. As mentioned more than once, one cannot be grateful enough in recognising the powerfully positive guidance we all had from Garth at such an important time of our lives; and throughout the rest of them. (Trent Hardin)

Such profoundly sad news. I think Einstein said, “death is not an end if we can live on in...the younger generation.“ Garth helped to mould so many of us in the Southminster-Steinhauer Youth Group, into more inclusive, tolerant, and compassionate people...I am so grateful that he shared his gifts with all of us, and my sincerest condolences, to you, Dorothy, and to your family, for your great loss. (Leslie Handford Marshall)

He will be sorely missed (Ann Wharton)

Darlene Taylor (nee Junk), February 8, 2019

Dorothy and Family

I have the fondest of memories of the many gatherings I had as a member of the Southminster Steinhauer Youth Group with Garth and Dorothy. Am very sad to hear of Garth's passing. Wishing you all peace, strength and love as you mourn Garth's passing and celebrate his life on earth. Sincerest sympathies. Ian Lockhart (Edmonton)

Ian Lockhart, February 11, 2019

The Mundle Family

A truly remarkable Christian, and a shining example to all. We need more people like him, who consistently practice what they are called to preach.

Sam & Bonnie Denhaan, February 11, 2019

Dorothy Naylor

Dorothy, we were so sorry to hear of Garth's passing. Our deepest condolences to you and your family. Garth was a very gifted person and we know he will be missed by many.
You will always have wonderful memories. Please know that we are thinking of you and your family. May your family comfort you in the days ahead.
Wayne and Cathie Quinn

Wayne and Cathie Quinn, February 11, 2019

Dorothy,Carol, Jean, Isabelle, Andre, Jimmy, Sandra and the Mundle family

To know Garth Mundle was to love him.

I will truly miss your dear Dad, husband, father-in-law, grandfather, friend, philosopher, doer of good deeds, enthusiast of so many people, ideas and causes.

My heart is with you as you celebrate his wonderful, though too short, life.

Love, Catherine (on Van Isle)

Catherine Heslop, February 14, 2019

Dorothy Naylor

Garth Mundle was such a welcome addition to our Park Place Condominium community. He made a significant contribution as a Board Director which owners greatly appreciated. His jovial demeanor also enhanced our social activities. Garth was very special to all. I will miss his presence. It is so sad to lose such a unique individual. My deepest sympathies to Dorothy and Garth's families.

Jeannine Levesque, February 15, 2019

Dorothy and family

Ron and I were so saddened to hear about Garth's passing. We did not know him that well, but whenever we would meet at family gatherings we always found him so full of charm and humor and VERY interesting stories. He will be missed but you have 57 years of memories and they will give you comfort.
We send you our deepest sympathies
Ron and Liz Quinn

Elizabeth Quinn, February 15, 2019


So sad to hear of your loss. We remember you and Garth during your interim ministry at Deer Park United. We enjoyed the dinners we shared out near Priddis where you were house sitting. We also remember missing you on our travels through Pugwash and meeting Garth's brother. We read with interest the stories of Garth's life and accomplishments. We remember him with great fondness.

Barb and Bob Shanks, February 15, 2019

Dorothy and Family

My thoughts and prayers are with you! I am thinking of your journey across these miles and the many footprints Garth has left to lead us. Wendy and I were blessed to have known you both, and I respected Garth as a spiritual coach, a challenger, and a mentor for me in how to live a life in service to others. And as we began our early years of marriage and young parenthood you and Garth were models for us as you demonstrated your love and support for each other, blessed to have matured through your 57 years of marriage! I am sure you will have him with you, in your heart and soul, as Wendy is for me, as we continue to write new pages in new chapters in this journey called life. Peace be with you ....

Jim Spiers, Edmonton AB, February 15, 2019



EILEEN LAVIGNE, February 15, 2019


The heart and the mind of an amazing man may it live on in all who new him. I will treasure the memory and the great support he was as we're you Dorothy to me at so many different times in my life. I am deeply saddened by his death but will treasure his love of life and support forever. Bless you Dorothy and may love abound all ways.


Shelagh Parsons, February 19, 2019

Dorothy Naylor and family

Dear Dorothy,

John and I are so sorry to hear of Garth's death. We remember him lovingly as a friend and mentor along with you during your days at Southminster-Steinhauer. His humour brought many of us to laughter and enjoyment.
Take care,

John & Lois Evans

Lois Evans, February 22, 2019


What a marvellous life lived!! Thinking of you on this journey Dorothy. Warmest hugs and memories. Bonnie and Ed Berg-Edmonton

Bonnie Berg, February 23, 2019

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