In memory of

Dorothy Mae Porter

April 22, 1929 -  December 29, 2018

Dorothy Mae Porter (Radford), passed away peacefully at Markham Stouffville Hospital with her daughters by her side on December 29th, 2018, at the age of 89.

Beloved wife of the late Harvey James Porter. Loving mother of Lynda, Noreen, (the late) Harvine and Robyn. Cherished Grandmother to Tracey, Kelly, Russell, Bradley, Kristina, Amanda and Ashley. Great Grandmother to Robert, Kathryn, Ryan, Peyton, Logan, Alyssa, Hannah, Mia and Arianna.

Survived by her sister Shirley and brother Herbert.

Dorothy was a bright and compassionate woman who loved to sing and dance and be surrounded by her family. She will be missed dearly.


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Lea-Anne Martin (Family)

Entered January 1, 2019 from Ajax

Our condolences to the Porter Family, she was a lovely women. Love Lea-Anne, Ray, Richard and Taylor ❤️

Muriel Courchesne (Friend)

Entered January 1, 2019 from Brooklyn, Not.

Dorothy was a fun lady and always had a great smile.
She will be greatly missed.

Kathy Brufatto (Friend of the family)

Entered January 1, 2019 from Oshawa

Heaven has gain a wonderful angel. I am so glad I met a wonderful woman. Had her wings before she left this world. Huge hugs to the family.

Irene Dewar (neice)

Entered January 2, 2019

A beautiful, bright light has gone out. She lit up a room with her presence and beautiful smile. Her warmth and love for life will be missed. My condolences to her family.

Victoria Taing Li (Friend)

Entered January 3, 2019 from Stouffville

My family and I were fortunate to live across the street from Gramma Dorothy for about 3 years. She used to babysit my younger sister, and I used to go over to her house often as I was close with Amanda. I remember her home, her cooking, her pets, her smile, and the way she treated me so well. Even after I moved to Guelph, she would send me birthday cards each year. She has always been someone who has a special place in my heart. She was energetic and fun to be around. I can only imagine how many lives she has touched and I am just grateful to have known her.

Gramma Dorothy, thank you for everything that you have been to myself and my family. We will always remember you.

Our deepest condolences to Amanda and the family. May God bring you comfort and peace during this difficult time.


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