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PIOCH o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2006-07-17 published
PIOCH, Ursula (née REINITZ)
Born on December 31, 1930, Ursula died of cancer on July 13th, 2006. She is survived by her husband John, daughter Trixie (John), son Les (Daryll) and grand_son Jason (Jayme). There will be no service as per her wishes. Please remember her fondly and, if you wish, make a donation to a charity of your choice. You will be in our hearts forever, Mom. Richmond Funeral Home (604) 273-3748.

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PIOTROWSKI 2006-02-13 published
(December 28, 1931-February 8, 2006)
Tribute to Zofia (née WOZNIAK) PIOTROWSKI. It is with great sadness and sorrow, that we announce the passing of our beloved Mother, Zofia (née Wozniak) PIOTROWSKI on February 8, 2006. She died peacefully in her sleep at home, with her husband by her side. Zofia was born in Wasylow, Poland, and came to Canada with her husband and two children in 1964. Leaving to mourn her death, and also to join in her celebration of 'Going Home' to God, are her loving husband Antoni, daughter Teresa (Klaus) KRISTENSEN of Blind Bay, British Columbia and their children Joshua and Jonah; son Adam (Karen) PIOTROWSKI of Saint Thomas, Ontario, and their children Isaac and Oliver; her sister Anna of Surrey, British Columbia and her daughters Elizabeth (Joseph) DAHABIEH of Lion's Bay, British Columbia and their son Matthew; and Lucy (Ted) LUKASIEWICZ of Winnipeg, Manitoba and their daughters Jennifer and Jessica sisters-in-law Marysia (Tony) WASZCZUK of Scarborough, Ontario and their children Danusia and Richard; Tekla NOWAK of Tarnoszyn, Poland and her children Jania, Zosia, Tadziu and their families her brother-in-law Kazimierz (Jadwiga) PIOTROWSKI of Tarnoszyn, Poland, and their children Kaziu, Bernadzia and their families her cousins Tekla CYBRUCH of Warsaw, Poland, Antoni (Leonora) CYBRUCH of Tarnoszyn, Poland and their families; her Godchildren, Tadziu NOWAK and Kazimierz PIOTROWSKI of Poland, and Marysia DI DOMENICO of Maple, Ontario; her many, other loving extended family and Friends in Canada and Poland. We would like to honour our Mama recounting her life. During World War 2, at the age of 12, Zofia was orphaned along with her sister Anna, "Malunia Siostra; whom she loved so dearly; after many years of separation, they were reunited and shared a deep sisterly love and respect for one another. From the early love she received from her family, and the life traumas she experienced, Mama learned and taught us to treasure what was most important in life: family. To the very end, she declared her love to all of us, but especially to her precious grandchildren, Joshua, Jonah, (who gave her a surprise visit last summer), Isaac, and Oliver whose constant visits she looked forward to, so very much. Mama never forgot those who showed her kindness and compassion: she taught us gratitude. She had a golden heart of generosity: she showered so many with gifts of all kinds; we often wondered if she had a hidden well. Mama constantly challenged us to strive for better in all aspects of life, thus leaving us with a legacy of high standards, dignity, respect, love and forgiveness. Mama was a very strong woman who was determined to live her life as she chose to do so, and passed that kind of determination to us: to believe in ourselves and make use of the gifts bestowed upon us by God. She was very proud of the accomplishments of all her family and Friends, as she could always appreciate 'hard work', and enjoyed recounting it. Mama faced so many challenges in her life, including her illness in the past five years, but always fought it so valiantly. As Mama sensed her journey of love on earth was almost complete, she expressed her feelings so joyfully to us, and then asked for prayers that it end soon, as the pain became unbearable. Well, Mama, God answered your prayers: You Are Home, with God, and your loved ones. "How natural it is that I should feel as I do about you, for you have a very special place in my heart." Philippians 1: 7. That is how Zofia felt about those she loved, and that's how we feel about Zofia. Mama, we love you, we honour you. We embrace your presence in our hearts and lives. We accept, with gratitude, your love. Till we meet again… "Dobranoc Babcia…" There will be a private family funeral at a future date. At Zofia's request, no flowers please but donations can be made to the Holy Angel's restoration. Williams Funeral Home, 45 Elgin Street, St. Thomas in charge of arrangements.

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PIOVESAN 2006-10-03 published
MASSEO, Anthony " Tony" Phillip
Peacefully at Parkwood Hospital, London, Ontario, on Sunday, October 1, 2006, Anthony (Tony) Phillip MASSEO, City Engineer for 37 years, in his 87th year, formerly of London and Ailsa Craig, Ontario. Beloved husband of the late Celia (WILLETT) MASSEO (2001.) Dear father of the late Pauline MASSEO (1994) and Anthony (Tony) and Kim MASSEO of Thorndale. Dearly loved grandfather of Melissa and David MASSEO. Brother-in-law of Priscilla MASSEO and Yolanda MASSEO of London. Predeceased by brothers and sisters-in-law Dominic, Mel and Josie, Frank and Wilma and Victor and sisters and brother-in-law Mary and Bruno PIOVESAN and Rose MASSEO. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. No funeral home visitation or service. Cremation has taken place. A private graveside service will be held at Saint Peter's Cemetery, London. A public memorial service will be held at Parkwood Hospital, Chapel of the Good Shepherd, 1st Floor, 801 Commissioners Rd., E., London (please use parking lot #3) on Tuesday, October 10 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Darrell SHAULE officiating. Donations to Community Living London, 190 Adelaide Street, S., London, Ontario N5Z 3L1 or Parkwood Hospital Foundation, 801 Commissioners Rd. E. London, Ontario N6C 6A6 would be appreciated. Tony was a very proud member of the United Travellers Association for many years and received the Man of the Year Award for the City of London. Tony and his wife Celia were one of the founding members of Community Living London and dedicated their lives to helping others. T. Stephenson and son Funeral Home, Ailsa Craig entrusted with arrangements. 519-293-3331. A tree will be planted in memory of Mr. Tony MASSEO.

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