In Loving Memory of


Edmonton, Alberta Canada


December 12, 2020

She is survived by her children Henderson Henry (Beverly), Cecil George, Dr. Clemon George (Dr. Stanley Read), Georgina George;  6 Grandchildren; Nichol, Cecil Jr., Joelle, Jerelle, Jeff and Naomi; 6 great grandchildren; siblings Ann, Rosa, MaryRose, Gabriel and Dytes Dunstan; Sylvia Castor, Flora Archer and Vera Frank of Wesley. Extended Family; Walford, Walston, Fairer and Florence Allister; many nieces and nephews including AnnaRose Jno.Baptiste and Family in New York; Trevor and Eldica Dunstan, ; special friends; Noelin (Nono) Felix, Florette Telemacque of Wesley and Olive Murray, Ike Carl and Annie Bamfield Charles of New York. Many relatives and friends here and abroad including Amourlyn Henry and family, the Dodds, Greenaway, Kelsick and Valmond family of Wesley; Claristina Williams, Mado Bully and Edline Joseph; members and friends of the Seventh Day Adventist congregation in New York (Berean S.D.A) Wesley, Quebec (QC), Lacombe (AB) and Millwoods All Nations Church in Edmonton Alberta.

She was predeceased by her Granddaughter; Jonelle Bristol, husband; Clement George of Roseau, parents; Frank  Dunstan and Stephanie Hasten Dodds; brother; Elhood Dunstan, numerous sisters including Matilda Jno.Baptiste and niece Sheila (Lil) Benjamin of Wesley

A family service will be held on Friday December 18, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. MST at the Ponoka Funeral Home. To join the service, write to [email protected]

Mary Ann Elizabeth George nee Dunstan, affectionately known as Miss Lizzy or Bebet, was born and raised in Wesley, Dominica and later moved to New York to reside with family. She was well known for her great sense of humour (and seriousness) and her ability to make one laugh. She loved music, dancing and singing and could sing Soprano, Alto, Tenor and even Bass. She loved gardening, nature and the outdoors. Some of her other passions included washing by hand and sewing, but most of all she loved family and God. She enjoyed her grandchildren, made friends easily and loved to keep in touch with hundreds of friends!

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1 Comment

  1. Francisco Etienne-Dods Telemaque
    December 17, 2020

    Though older, her face remains the same: Her’s is the face of some that no one born in Wesley might never forget.

    She has a few years over me; nevertheless, I distinctly remember her.Rest in peace dear lady!

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