WARNER, Donna (née Berth-Jones) 1944-2023

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Donna Warner, née Berth-Jones, on May 28, 2023. She is survived by her husband Brian, her sons Stephen (Linda), Michael (Stephanie), her daughter Tara (Paul), her grandchildren Callum, Kyra, Sara, Cameron, Oliver and Emily, her sister Jennifer and her brother David.

Donna was many things to many people but above all, she was the most loving wife, mother, and grandmother. She spent her life caring for others around her and everyone knew that they were deeply loved in her presence.

A Celebration of her Life will be held on June 23rd at 5 pm at the Valois Bay Nautical Center (90 Chem. du Bord-du-Lac-Lakeshore, Pointe-Claire, QC H9S 4H7). We will be sharing memories at approximately 6 pm and welcome anyone who wishes to as well.

Her family wishes to acknowledge the supreme care and professionalism of the I.C.U nursing staff at the Lakeshore General Hospital.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Lakeshore General Hospital Foundation in her honor.  fondationlakeshore.ca


  • Jennifer Sydell Posted 30/05/2023 4:52 pm

    My deepest condolences to you and your entire family. There are no words that can heal the passing of a parent, as after 22 years my dad is still in my thoughts every day. I keep his spirit alive by honoring him, talking to him when I need and keeping his memory close to my heart ❤️. She will always be with you 🙏💐❤️

  • Joan Swail Posted 30/05/2023 5:31 pm

    Dear Tara, Paul and family, my deepest sympathy in the loss of Donna. A loving wife, Mom, Grandma.. and friend to many. We chatted over the years many times and I was looking forward to being a neighbour to her.. You have many treasured memories to help you through this difficult time. RIP Donna💕

  • Christopher LeCouffe Posted 30/05/2023 7:47 pm

    Tara and family,
    While it had been a few years since I had last seen Donna, I have very fond memories of her. She was a gentle, warm, giving , person with a great sense of humour who I enjoyed my chats with at Valois pool when I first moved into the neighbourhood. She was that super grandmother who always seemed to have a swarm of kids around her. She loved being around her grandkids and everyone else’s kid’s as well.
    She will be very missed.
    My thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.

  • Wendi Robinson Ley, Shaylagh Ley and Shannon Ley Posted 31/05/2023 6:48 am

    Our deepest and most sincere condolences go out to Stephen, Linda, Callum and Kyra, Brian, their entire family and all the dear friends and loved ones who have lost this wonderful lady. I only ever met Donna once, but I knew her well through the amazing son she raised and through her daughter-in-law Linda who always spoke very highly of Donna and often expressed to me her closeness to Donna and her love for her, Donna’s legacy is sure to live on through Stephen, Linda and their 2 children, Callum and Kyra. I know that all of Donna’s children and grandchildren will contribute to ensuring that her legacy lives on. Brian, you picked a good one. She was a rare find. I will be saying prayers for you and the entire family that your grief will soon be replaced by wonderful loving memories of this woman you called wife, mother and grandmother.

  • Jennifer Belson Posted 31/05/2023 3:26 pm

    As we all grieve the loss of my sister Donna we should all be so thankful that she touched our lives with such love and compassion. She welcomed all, and her love just flowed. My sympathies to Brian, Stephen, Michael, Tara and all of your family members. Sending love as always and healing. Love Jennifer

  • Lee Springer Posted 01/06/2023 4:59 pm

    Sending my deepest sympathies to the entire Warner family. I only met Donna a few times, but I remember her wonderful laugh and fun-loving spirit. May her memory be a blessing.

  • Penney Place Posted 01/06/2023 5:58 pm

    I’m so, so sorry Brian. Donna was a great lady with a big heart. So many people will miss her.

  • Madhu Nagaraja Posted 02/06/2023 3:12 pm

    Michael, Sorry for your loss. My deepest condolences.

  • Tom McGee Posted 22/06/2023 8:48 pm

    Michael, Stephen and Tara – it’s been a long time since we’ve seen each other but please know that the McGees are thinking of you and your families. Your mom was a great friend to our parents and always kind and caring for us as kids (and troublesome teenagers),. We’re so sorry for your loss but hope you find comfort in the good memories of a life well lived.

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