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Samir (Sam) Sabbagh was born to Georges Sabbagh and Josephine Chidiac on March 3rd, 1949. He is lovingly remembered by his beloved wife - Thérèse Bichara Sabbagh, his sister - Marie B. Sabbagh (widow of Farid Safi), his three children - Vincent (Erin), Valerie (Paolo), Alexandre (Ilana), and his grandchildren - Makayla & Melina Sabbagh, Matteo, Niko & Rocco Romeo, and Shai & Ness Sabbagh. Samir passed away on May 6th, 2021 due to complications linked to being in the ICU.
Samir was a mechanical engineering student who graduated from McGill with honours. Before attaining this level of education, he endured hardships while growing up in Egypt and at 19 years old, immigrated to Canada and began shaping his future. He had spent 30 years of his life building a legacy that is proudly taken over by his three children. Above all, Sam was a lover of life; he thoroughly enjoyed playing tennis, driving his motorcycle, and staying healthy. It was obvious that he found his biggest pride in his grandchildren and relished each moment spent with them. Sam loved life so much that he would find ways to provide whenever he had the opportunity: whether it was by helping family members, supporting his employees or donating blood, he was a giver who never expected anything in return.
He leaves a void in our family that is survived by the incredible memories and moments spent with him. Our father was a unique individual, unmatched in his generosity and kindness. He was intelligent, driven, willful, perseverant, kind, and loving, to say the least. He has taught us how to love, how to live, how to be caregivers, and how to face the various adversities that we are faced with in life. His memory will be preserved through his teachings and wisdom, and he will always remain in our hearts and in our thoughts.
Due to the current circumstances, a private viewing will take place on Monday May 17, 2021 from 10 a.m. to noon and from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Urgel Bourgie/ Athos (3955 Chemin de Côte-de-Liesse St-Laurent H4N 2N6), followed by a private mass on Tuesday May 18, at Saint-Laurent Church for 10 a.m. at 805 Sainte Croix Ave, Saint-Laurent, Quebec H4L 3X6.
The Sabbagh Family is inviting you to view the Church Services for Sam Sabbagh
Time: May 18, 2021 09:45 AM EST
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Meeting ID: 993 9063 2325
In lieu of flowers, a donation to Héma Quebec can be made in Sam`s memory.
Donald SedgwickCaptation des rituels
À l'hôpital Royal Victoria (Glen), est décédé le 10 mai 2021 Monsieur Donald Sedgwick.
Il laisse dans le deuil parents et amis.
À Montréal, le 4 mai 2021, à l’âge de 97 ans, est décédé Monsieur Gratien St-Amand, époux de feu Cécile Galipeau.
Il laisse dans le deuil ses frères Wilfrid (feu Thérèse Riendeau) et Roland (Clémence Gingras), sa belle-sœur Thérèse Comeau (feu Marcel),, ses neveux et nièces, sa proche aidante Colette Rioux ainsi que des amis.
Vos témoignages de sympathie peuvent se traduire par un don à l’Accueil Bonneau ou la Maison du Père.
En raison de la pandémie, les funérailles auront lieu dans la plus stricte intimité.
Le 5 mai 2021, à la résidence Ressource intermédiaire Notre-Dame de la Paix de Verdun, s’est éteinte tout doucement notre mère Noëlla Sylvestre, née Roy.
Elle laisse derrière elle ses enfants Lucie, Manon, Line et Martin, ses soeurs Fleurette, Huguettes, Juliette ainsi que ses petits-enfants et arrière-petits-enfants.
En raison des circonstances particulières, les funérailles auront lieu dans l’intimité de la famille le 16 mai prochain de 10h à midi au 3955 Chemin Côte de Liesse.
Nous tenons à remercier sincèrement tous les intervenants de la Ressource intermédiaire qui ont offert un soutien incomparable durant cette période difficile.