In Celebration of

Diane Jacqueline Mortson (Nee Donaldson)

July 23, 1948 -  June 30, 2021

God has gained another angel.

It is with great sadness that the family announces the death of Diane Jacqueline Mortson 72, on June 30, 2021 at the Credit Valley Hospital.

Diane has now joined her beloved husband Ken (Kenneth) after 17 years without him by her side. She was the devoted mother of Adam and Aaron Mortson, cherished Granny of Kaleb, Joshua and Konrad Mortson, big sister of Beverly Black, the late Harold Donaldson and Sylvia (Leslie) Kovacs and a second mother to a lucky many. She will be sadly missed by her family, best friend Heather Kilgour, niece Jessica, Mark for whom she had a special place in her heart, and the countless friends and neighbours fortunate enough to have crossed her path.

A private funeral will take place at Turner and Porter, Yorke Chapel. A celebration of her Life will be held at a future date where family and friends can share their memories of Diane. The family would like to thank the kind nurses and staff at Credit Valley Hospital. If desired, donations to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation would be appreciated by Diane's family.


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sylvia melanson (Worked with Dee at Bell Canada)

Entered July 1, 2021 from Toronto

Thanks for the memories Diane. My gosh we had fun working for Bell.
My sympathy to Aaron and Adam you are a huge loss to so many. But we understand there is a time when we just have to let go and be at peace. You will me missed by oh so many.
Sylvia Melanson
( Control Center )

Loweena (Lou) Dean (Friend)

Entered July 1, 2021 from Toronto

I'm so sorry to hear of Diane's passing. She will be missed by many, especially Adam and Aaron. My condolences to the whole Mortson/Donaldson families.

Barb & Doug Higgs (Dear Friends)

Entered July 2, 2021 from Bath

We are very sorry to hear. She is at peace now. Thinking of you and your family at this time. Love Doug & Barb

carol sherman (worked with Ken)

Entered July 2, 2021 from Port Perry

My sincere condolences to family and friends. I worked with Ken at Bell. May she rest in Peace.

Cindy Graham (Co-worker)

Entered July 2, 2021 from Toronto

You were the hi-light of so many of our days at Bell. I loved listening to your events of a day, and the laughter that went with it. It was a pleasure to have worked with you. You meant so much to so many.
Rest my friend. ❤️


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