Donna Bank Obituary, Death – Donna Bank went away on December 21, 2022, a Wednesday. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, December 22, 2022, at 2:00 PM at Steeles Memorial Chapel. The funeral is being held at Pardes Chaim Cemetery, which is located in Section X of the Village Shul. Sunday through Tuesday: 1 pm to 4 pm, 7 pm to 9 pm, and Thursday: 7 pm for evening services. Shiva Canada, 170 Chiltern Hill Road, Toronto. This service will also be live-streamed on Thursday, December 22, 2022, at 2:00 p.m., at

Knowing that the decisions made by the board were the result of a collaboration between two significant board members, including you, who is my good friend and partner, has made it a pleasure for me to represent the condo owners and tenants in our building. Although I will miss your wise counsel and unflinching commitment as the present President, I am certain that you have now joined the select group of those who reside in Hashem’s special paradise. Dear Barry, Shawn, Mitchell, and Jackie, Everyone around Donna was motivated and excited by the many projects she was working on.

She was kind, understanding, and wise. She made an impression on the world, and I hope that your precious memories of her can comfort you at this difficult and sad time. I hope that remembering her would result in blessings. Love Sandy Herlick and Jack Friberg. Barry, Olivia, Mitch, and the rest of the Bank clan. I couldn’t say anything after learning this terrible news. Donna was a great and unique individual. I know how deeply she loved each of you, and how immediately you all returned her love.

She was a tremendous contribution to the Village Shul community and a kind host to all of us who had the good pleasure to attend her soirees in your gorgeous condo. Greetings from Yerushalyim and Tzion, Hamakom Yenachem Etchem Betoch Shaar. May you be blessed to have so many wonderful memories of your dear Donna Z”L to help you get through this trying time. My heart is shattered by the tragic loss of the wonderful Neshama, Donna Bank of Blessed Memory. Jessica Lebow