Robert ‘Bob’ Hudson ~ March 11, 2019

Posted by on March 15, 2019

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After a short stay in hospital, with his wife by his side; Bob’s life peacefully came to a heart-breaking end on the morning of Monday March 11th, 2019; just a  month shy of his 70th birthday. Though Bob had been batteling diabetes for years, and was awaiting a kidney transplant;  his family could have never prepared for the terminal fibrosis lung disease disgnosis;  which took him from us much too soon. While in hospital, Dad faced his mortality with;  love, humor, and unprecedented courage. Cracking jokes, watching curling, and eating popsicles; right up until his last breath. Bob was an honorable husband, loving father and son, and supportive brother and uncle. Bob’s quirky sense of humor, unconditional love, and infectious smile will be forever missed and remembered by those who survive him: Wife Linda (Janes), daughter Sara (Michael Godin), and son Scott (Carolyn MacCuish). Sister Sharon (Mike Lelievre), nephew Nicholas, brother Colin (Gerri Pittman), and mother Valerie (Newman).  Pre-deceased only by his father Basil ‘Doug’ Hudson and in-laws Norman Janes, and Dorothy (Hickley) Janes-Hair. As per Bob’s wishes, the family will be hosting a celebration of life on Sunday March 17th 2019 from 1pm-4pm @ The Simple Alternative 1535 South Gateway Rd. Mississauga.  Donations can easily be made to Kidney Foundation of Ontario or to  the charity of your choice; at the celebration, or by contacting The Simple Alternative directly.  We welcome everyone impacted by Bob’s life to join us during this difficult time.

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Filed Under: Toronto

QUINN, Patrick J. of Toronto

Posted by on December 9, 2018

Patrick Joseph Quinn died, November 26, 2018 in his 68th year (1950-2018). Patrick is survived by his daughter Daria. He is son of George Quinn (1921-2009) and Bernice Quinn (nee, Cushing, 1923-2002). He is beloved brother to Mary Catherine (Richard), John (1954-1995) (Marta), James (Nora), Lawrence (Carrie) and Terrance. Patrick was uncle to niece Katy, nephews Seamus, Jonathan, Christopher and three great-nieces.

Patrick was born in Toronto, Canada. The family soon moved to Montréal. Throughout his education he excelled in academics and sports. During his student years in Montréal he was a basketball star and was regularly written about in the Montreal Star. In 1969, the family returned to Toronto. Patrick then obtained a Bachelor’s degree in mathematics and computer science from York University, Toronto. He went on to a distinguished career in telecommunications. He was an executive for Bell Canada, the youngest Assistant Vice President in Bell’s history in that era. He later worked for Mitel on the world stage. Patrick had a wide range of interests. He later went into real estate in the Toronto area, a profession in which he soon excelled.

Throughout his life Patrick gave generously of his time to individuals as well as to charities. He is lovingly remembered by his family and friends for his kindness, his remarkable energy and his profound devotion to his daughter Daria, and family.

A Catholic funeral mass for Patrick took place on Thursday, December 6th, at St. John’s Catholic Church, on Kingston Road, Toronto.

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Mian: Nadeem S. of Toronto, Ontario

Posted by on November 10, 2018

Nadeem Mian of Toronto, ON, passed away on November 5th, 2018, after a long battle with cancer. He is survived by his loving wife Farhana, three children and multitudes of grandchildren, in whose hearts he will be forever cherished.

Many thanks to Molvi Mohammad Rizwan for their care and attentiveness to Dad in his last weeks, and to the staff at Credit Valley Hospital who were unfailingly kind and compassionate.

Funeral services and a religious Quran reading will be held at Kamran Mian’s house on November 11th, 2018. Donations made in memory of Nadeem to the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated by the family.

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Filed Under: Ontario, Toronto

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