Obituaries - S
1936 - 2020
Giuseppe SantarossaRitual recording
In Montreal, on March 4th 2020, at the age of 84, passed away Mr Giuseppe Santarossa, beloved husband of Nerina Santarossa (née Cesaratto).
He leaves to mourn his wife, his children Roberto (Josée) and Barbara (Brian), his grand-children Bianca and Luca, his sister Marina as well as many other family members and friends.
Beppi grew up in Italy. He left his small village in Pordenone to come to America in search of a better life. In America, Beppi met a beautiful, young woman named Nerina who would eventually become his wife. He worked hard to provide a good home for his family and to give his kids an education that would allow them to achieve great success in life. He seldom expressed it in words, but everyone in his family knew he was proud of these accomplishments.
More than anything, Beppi loved to work. It was one of his great joys. He continued working well into his seventies and he loved every minute of it.
Beppi also loved to dance, play golf and make grappa. He valued his friendships and adored his grandchildren. He had a good life and had no regrets. He will be missed by all.
Donations can be made to the Alzheimer Society of Canada.
The family will receive relatives and friends at :
|Sunday||March 22, 2020||11:30 AM to 3:00 PM|
Funeral will take place on March 22, 2020 3:00 PM at the following address: 6700 Beaubien St., E, Montréal QC H1M 3E3 - in the Chapel of the Complex.
1971 - 2020
Johanne SavardRitual recording
In Saint-Mathieu-de-Beloeil passed away on March the 27th, 2020, at the age of 49, Mrs. Johanne Savard.
She leaves to mourn relatives and friends.
1949 - 2020
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Gary Smith.
Predeceased by his fiancé Alice, he leaves wonderful memories with his sons Gary and Bryan along with his 3 brothers, Kevin, Ralph and his late brother Claude and his sister Faye.
He is survived by his grandchildren: Sydney, Alexa, Jessica, Mick, Axel, Tiffany, Christopher, Katheryn and Brandon.
Gary was well known as a fierce competitor. Gary played football as a young man, enjoyed softball and established a world record in the sport of dog weight pulling with his dog Queenie.
Gary was an entrepreneur who started his own professional packing company in the late 1980’s.
Gary was a kind and loving soul, always having time to share a story or a joke.
He was intensely passionate about his Detroit Red Wings and Hamilton Tiger-Cats.
He will be dearly missed.