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1956 Susan 2020

Susan McGarvey

July 23, 1956 — January 14, 2020

McGarvey; Susan
Susan McGarvey left us too soon on the 14th of January 2020, at the hospital of her birth, Mt. Sinai Hospital in Toronto. She was surrounded by family and friends, on what happened to be the 37th anniversary of her first date with her beloved husband of 36 years, Doug McGarvey.
Susan was the proud mother of two sons, Fraser and Alexander (Juliann) and granddaughter, Sawyer.  She was the daughter of Nancy and the late Harry Train. Loving sister of Martin (Michelle), and Harry (Marie) Train. Daughter-in- law to the late Eileen and Pete McGarvey.  Sister-in-law of Peter & Kay and William & Lucia McGarvey and Lyn Anthony.
Susan leaves behind a lifetime of wonderful memories, which will never fail to bring about smiles to all her family and friends, even in times of grief. She had many treasured friendships with lifelong friends, relatives and neighbours
Doug and family would like to extend their sincerest gratitude for the exceptional care Susan received during her care journey. Dr. Lea Babcock and the clinical teams at Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Toronto Western, and Mount Sinai, in particular the ICU. Thank you for ensuring our Sue was well cared for.
The family is grateful to Tanya Deschenes for her time, kindness and compassion in her many visits to Sue while in the hospital in Toronto. She was a true friend and the daughter Sue wished she had.
Cremation has taken place, and a celebration of life will be held at Mundell’s Funeral Home on 9 October at 11:00 by invitation only with a reception to follow.  Those unable to attend may view the celebration via LIVE STREAM, through the following link
Please register your device using the link in advance of the Celebration.
Susan would want to remind us that life is too short, and for us to follow our dreams and create our own adventures.
In lieu of flowers, we encourage donations to support the ICU at Mount Sinai. Donations can be made online at .
Messages of condolence are welcomed at


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