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"KAI" 2007 Obituary


KAIMAN o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-10-22 published
BAIN, Irving
On Sunday, October 21, 2007, peacefully at North York General Hospital. Irving BAIN, beloved husband of Norma BAIN. Loving father and father-in-law of Marlene and Shoel KAIMAN, Michael and Carole, and Larry and Lorna BAIN. Dear brother and brother-in-law Jerald and Sheila BAIN. Devoted grandfather of Jodi, Matthew, Adam, Jordan, Rachel, and Lily. Special thanks to the wonderful staff of North York General Hospital. At Benjamin's Park Memorial Chapel, 2401 Steeles Avenue West (three lights west of Dufferin) for service on Monday, October 22nd at 2: 30 p.m. Interment Beth David Synagogue section of Pardes Shalom Cemetery. Shiva 85 Skymark Drive, #1803. Memorial donations may be made to the Adolph and Rose Bain Fund c/o Baycrest Centre Foundation, 416-785-2875.

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KAISER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-07-02 published
O'NEILL, Kathleen " Kitty" Mary (née CURRID)
Wife, mother, sister, niece, friend, nurse, confidant. Born November 13, 1944, in Scotland. Died April 9 in Toronto from a brain aneurysm, aged 62.
By Jennifer KAISER, Page L6
Baptized Kathleen Mary CURRID, Kitty was born in Scotland and when she was a wee lass, her family migrated back to their homeland of Omagh in Ireland.
In 1970, Kitty with her husband Sean O'NEILL and their young daughter Siobhan, came to Canada leaving her beloved Omagh but never leaving her genuine Irish spirit. The family settled in Scarborough, Ontario, and soon added to their family with son Joe. They remained there until they eventually found a home they loved in the Yonge and Lawrence area of Toronto in 1977.
Kitty's was the first smiling face I met at my new job in a Toronto Catholic church. She volunteered in the parish office. What memorable times we had working together with the priests who resided there. Kitty was more than a friend: She was intriguing, intellectual and endearing. Kitty continued to volunteer at the parish until just before she died.
Kitty listened and never judged, her heart was filled with hope and she was genuine. She was a gifted woman, constantly questioning this world, the universe and all beings. Her essence was a song, her spirit a dance and she radiated an inner joyfulness.
She motivated me, during my grief after the death of my Mom, to live each day. Kitty would smile and say: "Yesterday is gone, tomorrow is not here, so let's just live today. Isn't life grand!" Kitty would weave negative feelings into positive; her inner peace was like a magnet encouraging you to disclose your deepest thoughts with candour. She motivated many young people; inspiring them to seek happiness, with her mantra: "Just live this moment, life is grand!"
Kitty's life was chock-full: her loving husband Sean, a handsome, successful son and his wife (with a new grandbaby on the way), their dog Orla, her brothers and all the extended family. Kitty and Sean suffered a great loss 23 years ago when their young daughter Siobhan died from an illness at the age of 15. Such heartbreak she never quite got over but still she enjoyed the outdoors, dancing in the garden, listening to birds and feeling the wind on her face. She had a unique and genuine Celtic mysticism. Kitty kept her pain close but you felt her sadness, saw the light dim in her eyes.
Kitty's door was always open, her house full of people. All were welcome in their home and would find an ear to listen, a bed to rest and food for the masses. When you needed someone, Kitty was there offering you her gifts of hospitality, love, understanding and a hot "cuppa" tea - but to me, the real gift was Kitty.
Jennifer KAISER is a friend of Kitty O'NEILL.

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KAIZER o@ca.on.york_county.toronto.globe_and_mail 2007-09-28 published
WARWICK, Elsie Mary (née ROSATI)
With deep sadness the family announces the passing of Elsie on Friday September 21st, 2007, in her 84th year at Ian Anderson House in Oakville. A private family visitation was held on Sunday, September 23rd, 2007. Elsie, born on Valentine's Day, fought a courageous battle with Non-Hogkin's Lymphoma for ten years. Her outgoing personality, and love of her family will never be forgotten.
Survived by her loving husband Bud, sons John (Barb), Doug, and daughter Laura JEWETT (Graeme) and her four grandchildren Nick, Will, Steph, and Carter. She is survived by her brothers Elio and Hank ROSATI.
The family would like to thank Ian Anderson House, Credit Valley Hospital, and Oakville - Trafalgar Memorial Hospital Intensive Care Unit who gave our mother four extra special years with her family. Special mention to Doctor KAIZER, Doctor STANTON, and Doctor BENJAMIN.
Donations may be made to Credit Valley Hospital Oncology, and Oakville-Trafalgar Memorial Hospital I.C.U.

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