Beryl Munshaw

Beryl Munshaw

Saturday, November 17th, 1928 Sunday, April 5th, 2020

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Obituary for Beryl Ann Munshaw

Munshaw, Beryl Ann (nee Andersen)

It is with sadness that we share with you the passing of Beryl Ann Munshaw, who was and will forever remain a beloved and devoted grandmother, mother, mother-in-law and dear friend to many.
On Sunday, April 05, 2020, with happiness in her heart, Beryl passed on peacefully in a sun-filled room in the Brampton Civic Hospital.

Things I will miss ...
My family and my grandchildren: Tim, Julie, Eric, Edna, Chris (Amanda), Robin (Madeleine), Steffi (Chris), Allison (James), Erika (Ben)
My dearest great granddaughter: Harper
My loving sisters: Joy, Sunny (who I am now with)
All my dear friends and companions
Saturday afternoons at the opera
Shaking “the love” around the family dinner table
Getting my hands dirty in the garden
Mornings spent listening to classical music
Sharing an order of chicken wings
Brunch with the ladies
Being sous chef in the kitchen
Mountain hikes on the West Coast
Country drives under Fall leaves
Farmers markets and craft shows
Christmas morning

With a career in nursing, Beryl spent much of her life caring for and bringing comfort to those in need. To her family, she will always be remembered for her kindness, her compassion, her positive attitude and her graceful perseverance. As an avid reader and a nature lover, Beryl was always absorbed in adventure whether it was found on the pages of a book, the waterfront of the Kawartha Lakes, the mountain trails of British Columbia, or the country roads of Caledon.

We will move forward with light footsteps knowing that Beryl is smiling her way into a new adventure, and will continue to accompany us on ours.
We ask that you join us in celebrating the life and memory of Beryl Ann Munshaw. Please keep her in your prayers. Should you feel inclined to make a donation in her honor, we thank you graciously for your contribution.
All donations can be made to Headwaters Health Care Foundation:
A tree will be planted in memory of Beryl in the Dods & McNair Memorial Forest at the Island Lake Conservation Area, Orangeville. The annual dedication service will be held on Sunday, September 13, 2020 at 2:30 p.m. Condolences may be offered to the family at

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Erica Raposo

Julie and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Beryl. It was so nice getting to know her through the Grandpal program. Grace was sad to hear this too, she said she will never forget how kind Beryl was to her. She always came home so proud to talk about her Grandpal and how special she was. My condolences go out to the entire family.

Erica & Grace Raposo and family.
Comment | Posted at 07:05pm via Condolence

Dan Munshaw

Tim, Julie & their family and “Rick” Eric’s family
I am very sorry to learn the passing of your mom, grandmother, and great-grandmother. To read the wonderful words of Aunt Beryl’s love of family, life and adventure is inspirational. She always was a very special person. My memories of my Aunt are one of smiles, laughter and love. My heart is with all of you. With much love, your long lost cousin in Norther Ontario, Dan Munshaw.

Comment | Posted at 11:39am via Condolence

Shelley Miedema

We have only known Beryl for a few years but wow. What a wonderful person. Dave and I are so happy to have had the pleasure to meet her She brought joy to everyone she came in contact with and will be missed dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. She will never be forgotten. Love Dave and Shelley 💕💕💕
Comment | Posted at 05:23pm via Condolence

Laura Vernoy

I feel very honoured to have met Beryl. Thank you! My deepest sympathy and hope for peace in all of your hearts.
Comment | Posted at 01:51pm via Condolence

edna Hobbs

Edna Hobbs
Grandma, Great-Grandma, Mother-In-Law Beryl will be greatly missed on the west coast of B.C. Ever an adventurer, when she and her beloved son, Eric, put their heads together her husband, Gord, and I would hang on for dear life! Whether it be kayak camping trips on B.C.’s lakes and the Pacific Ocean or hiking on trails and glaciers, she was ever keen. Her eagerness to experience the wilderness here amazed me. Kayaking into her ‘80’s, walking on the trails even at 90 years of age with her trusty walking sticks, whitewater rafting for a week down the Tatshenshini River in Alaska, breaking her ankle in Haida Gwaii and literally just “tightening her boot lace” to get to the bottom of the trail, and doing an extended camping trip around the entire province of B.C. 6 years ago were a few of the adventures we shared. She loved to follow her granddaughter, Steffi, to wherever she put down temporary roots…from Cambridge Bay in Nunavut to the first nation village of Ahousaht off the outer coast of Vancouver Island. The very day that she passed we spoke with her on the phone and she was planning yet another visit out here next summer! We will forever cherish her artistic skills that were evident in her stained glass work, sewing, knitting and painting projects that she turned her hand to. She made many beautiful outfits for Chris, Robin and Steffi when they were young and I am still warmly wrapped in coats and sweaters she made for me over the years. My family and I will miss her forever but have so many wonderful memories of visits and adventures that we shared. Great-granddaughter, Harper, will miss chasing her around the kitchen! Love you and miss you Beryl.
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