Phyllis Marian Drury passed away peacefully at The Gardens of Parry Sound on Saturday, May 27th, 2023.
Phyllis was the late Vern’s English war bride, and the younger daughter of the late Frederick and Elizabeth Bunting of South Wales. Pre-deceased by her sister Caroline Randles. Remembered by her many friends.
As was Phyll’s request, cremation will take place. Interment Hillcrest Cemetery.
As expressions of sympathy, donations to the West Parry Sound Health Centre, or the charity of your choice would be appreciated.
On behalf of the Mooder family our condolences goes to all who knew this lovely lady. Phyllis was a big part of my growing up years and a good friend of my parents. The Mooder family-Judy ceookshank
God Bless you Phyll!!
One more Hug,
Ed and Diane
It is sad to hear of the passing of this wonderful lady. She was a good friend of my parents and grandparents. I was fortunate to have worked with and learned from Phyllis when I joined L&F and MNR. She was a truly amazing person. May she rest in peace. She will not be forgotten.-Malcolm Mac Donald
I was so fortunate to have been touched by Phyllis life when I worked at The Gardens! What energy and vitality she had even in her 100’s! She will always leave a smile in my heart ❤️ Rest in Peace dear one 🥰-Ruth Downs
I learned a lot about organization from this special little lady. She was a genius!!! Smart as a whip, boundless energy, and a friend for life. Her war stories from home in Hastings were book-worthy. RIP Phyl-kathryn Loch
I met you working at the Gardens and fell in love with your amazing personality and sense of humor instantly. You were the purest, most precious and innocent soul I’ve ever encountered. A perfect example of someone who made my job worth it. You taught me many things and made me see life in a different way. Although I have love for all my residents, no one could ever amount to you Phylli. Rest easy my angel, until we meet again ❤️-Kyla Grace
What a wonderful lady and yes she always had an abundance of energy and a great lust for life. You were very much loved. Lloyd and Donna-Lloyd and Donna Thurston