Obituary for Ethel Mundy
Ethel Lauretta Mundy
Ethel was born in Chatham, Ontario on September 25th, 1936. She had 2 older sisters, Charlotte Elizabeth (1930) and Margaret Aileen (1931). Her parents were James Hubert and Lilly Auretta Hillman McLean. By the time she was 5, both her parents had died. Then Aunt Lottie raised Ethel and her 2 sisters. Ethel enjoyed spending summers at Aunt Delilah’s farm.
Years later, Ethel worked at The Salvation Army Camp where she met the love of her life, Gord Mundy. Since that time, they have been inseparable. Ethel and Gord were married for 62 years. They shared the Love of God and attended bible studies together. They enjoyed camping, travelling, boating and met many acquaintances along their journey. It was evident if you met them that they shared a unique bond that could not be broken. She enjoyed cryptograms, puzzle solving and jigsaw puzzles. Ethel accomplished many selfless acts including volunteering at the local hospital. Ethel enjoyed working at The Salvation Army for many years and volunteered for the Victim Witness Assistance Program where she was able to witness to others in need.
Ethel always put others before herself. She was a devout Christian woman who was a great example of what it meant to live a selfless life. Ethel led a life of servitude to God, her husband and her family. Even with 5 children Ethel would make sure they were dressed and ready for Church every week as it was important to her that they know their Lord and Saviour.
Left to cherish her memories are:
Gordon Mundy her loving husband, her five children - Debra Carr (Stan), Karen Allen (Steve), Cheryl Fagner (Tom), Steven Mundy (Wendy), Susan Head (Alistair). Her 11 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.
A celebration of her life will be held at Drury Funeral Centre 519 Victoria St. E. Alliston, on Saturday December 9, 2017 at 1 p.m. with visitation from 12 p.m. until time of service at 1 p.m.
~Our broken hearts will never mend, until in Heaven we see you again.~