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5295 Thickson Road North
Whitby, ON L1M 1W9
Phone: 905-655-3662
Fax: 905-655-9992
Thelma Neundorf

Thelma Mary Neundorf (Kilshaw)

Wednesday, December 27th, 1922 - Sunday, January 6th, 2019
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Thelma Mary Neundorf, née Kilshaw

Passed away at her home in Oshawa on Sunday, January 6, 2019. Predeceased by her husband Ken Neundorf.

Loving mother of BJ Hancock and her husband David of Whitby, and Debbie Kushner and her husband Michael of Oshawa.

Loving grandmother of Cameron, Robert, Gregory and Jeffery (Carolyn).

Loving great-grandmother of Justin, James, Cassidy, Catie, and Alexandria.

Lovingly remembered by her nieces and nephews, and their families.

In memory of Thelma, memorial donations to the Alzheimer’s Society would be appreciated.

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Posted at 01:06am
In remembrance of a life well lived, my thoughts go to many opportunities of being gifted to visit Thelma in Arizona. My dear friend, BJ, would bring her mum (Thelma) to AZ time again and again, and would make Thelma the center of the universe. On one occasion my daughter and I had the chance to have dinner with Thelma. Before dinner was brought, I'd asked Thelma what it was like to live through the war in England. As she related her life to us, and spoke of the black outs, watching, waiting, and not knowing what could happen next my daughter asked her how she got through that way of living. Thelma, who always had a benevolent smile, turned to my child and said, "You had no choice. You did what was required. You will learn that in life." So, it's a small part of Thelma, but no history book could invoke more strength of character. May God in His never ending love hold Thelma close, may she hold the love of her life in her arms once again, and may we never forget her legacy...a life well lived with joy, grace, and the ability to make us better because, well, we had the gift of her. Till we meet again....
SP

Shannon and Jeff Pasternak

Posted at 11:36am
It was the twinkle in Thelma's eyes that said it all: "I have lived a great life, don't you know." It was worth a second look as Thelma extended her hand, greeting us in Phoenix for the first time. A quiet, yet strong, glance from her gave us her approval, while BJ proudly could not stop talking about her Mum. Thelma listened with a sweet smile, knowing she is loved and always would be. To this day we could not be more in awe of the devotion Thelma received from her loved ones throughout her years. Thelma is now in Heaven and, we have no doubt, beaming with happiness and gratitude for her life with her two daughters, family and friends. Thank you all for reminding us where love belongs in a world that too often forgets what life is all about. Shannon and Jeff Pasternak Florida
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Rob

Posted at 09:40am
Over the last week, my mind has been constantly wondering back to memories of my Grandma. The most vivid memory brings me back to the times on Banbury Road. Walking up in the morning and sitting in bed with Grandpa and Grandma, eating an egg in an eggcup with soldiers and cheese on a plate. The egg yolk was always soft, and the cheese was browned to a perfect crisp on the edge of the plate. Although the food was perfect, I will always remember her smile on those mornings. Grandma was the keystone in the arch of our family, and she had amazing strength: strength of will, strength of commitment, strength of character, and a tremendous physical strength for over nine decades of life. “Our family is like the branches of a tree. We all grow in different directions, yet our roots remain as one.” I have a fondness for that quotation. I am proud of my roots and how my Grandmother strengthened and gave them direction. I am happy knowing that you are finally with Grandpa. I miss you very much.
JL

Joanne Libby

Posted at 09:21pm
I had so much fun playing golf with Thelma and my Mom, Marie Libby (and sometimes Debbie) at The Meadows. When Mom died in Feb. 2011, I tried to let your family know but didn't find you. Mom had a stroke on the 18th hole of a shotgun tournament at the Meadows and died days later. Dad (Walter) died in January 2018 of dementia. I'm living in Oshawa again. Sincere condolences. Your parents were very special to my parents.
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Cameron

Posted at 01:27pm
I am her oldest grandson and spend considerable time with her when I was young, especially before the other children came. They are my fondest childhood memories. Grandma would take me to the park down the street from her house on Banbury Road and play with me on the swings and teeter-totter. Grandpa put up a bench swing near their apple tree, and we would sit, talk and swing for hours. I would pick apples as she swung and watched me climb the tree. We played in a sandbox in the back of their yard together. When I was with my Grandma, she did everything with me. I got her undivided attention. Later in the afternoon, when she had to prepare dinner, she'd let me watch TV and bring me Saltine crackers with Cracker Barrel cheddar cheese and sliced cucumber on a plate. They were so good. When Robert, my younger brother came along, we fought over them. Grandma saw, and from then on we each got a plate. My Grandmother was the strongest person I've ever known. She was smart, confident, and determined, and she made sure these traits were passed on. Throughout my life, Grandma was the rock we all leaned on during the worst of times. She set the bar high for us to live up to and I will continue to strive to make her proud. Grandma once told me, "There are two ways to do this: My way and the wrong way." I believe it was only partially in jest. It's how she lived and how she taught me to live. She was an exceptional person; the best Grandmother; and the strongest Matriarch a family could have. I'm happy you are with Grandpa again and that you are no longer suffering. I will miss you, but you are always with me.
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