In memory of

Winifred Hope "Wynn" Rankine

November 15, 1925 -  February 6, 2019

Wynn passed peacefully at the Brampton Civic Hospital on February 6th, 2019. Predeceased by her husband Alexander Eric Rankine, her sister, Doreen Morton, brother-in-law Ian Rankine and nephew, Colin Rankine (Dawn), Wynn is mourned by her sister Patricia Kent (Enoch), her loving children Stephen (Karen) and Scott (Naomi), grandson Julian, niece Alison (Harold) and their daughter Savanna, nephews David Morton (Kathy) and their children, Lindsay and Rachel and Jeremy Morton (Lennie) and their children, Geoffrey, and Jennifer. She is fondly remembered by her nieces Jennifer Rankine (Wayne) and Joan Rankine (Doug).

Born in Glasgow, Scotland and a Nursing graduate of the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, Wynn enjoyed travelling the world, as well as teaching floor exercises, Tai Chi and water aerobics. She also played bridge, ran the library and organized events in her condominium building. She always had a bright smile and a happy word for all. She will be greatly missed. As per her wishes, a private celebration of life is being held by her family. Knowing that Wynn celebrated life on a daily basis and devoted much of her time to helping others, please feel free to make a donation to the charity of your choice.


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Pamela and Tom Gough (Friend of Steve and Karen)

Entered February 11, 2019 from Etobicoke

Our deepest sympathy to all the Rankine family at this time of great loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Tom and Pamela Gough

Buffy and Rob MacGregor (friends of Karen and Steve Rankine)

Entered February 11, 2019 from Etobicoke

Our Prayers and Sympathy for you both at this difficult time. You have both inspired us with stories of the wonderful joyful lady Wynne was and will always be in your memories.

Sandra Manson (Friend of Steve Rankine)

Entered February 11, 2019 from Toronto

My condolences to you and your family Steve and Karen. What a lovely picture of your mother. She looks like an elegant woman, which comes as no surprise. I bet she had a wonderful Scottish accent too! It sounds like she had a long, happy and full life with a family that adored her. She will be missed I am sure, but now has the chance to look down from Heaven and keep an eye on all those she loves. She is looking out for you all.

With love,

Cheryl Anne Bower (friend)

Entered February 11, 2019 from Toronto

Steve, losing your mom is like losing a piece of yourself. I hope you can find comfort in the memories you have, moving forward. With love, Cheryl

leonard duz (2nd cousin to Karen Rankine)

Entered February 11, 2019 from Redding,California

My condolences in the loss of your mother Steve. Its never easy to have our Mother leave the family. May all the loving memories you have give you lasting comfort


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