Louis Campbell McKelvey October 31, 1943 – November 24, 2017
Louis passed away peacefully in Toronto after a brief illness. A loving father, brother, uncle, and husband, a talented songwriter and guitarist, and a good friend to many, Louis leaves the world a richer place.
Born in County Kerry Ireland to John and Joan McKelvey (nee McEntee) he is preceded by his parents, his wife Sandy Walmark, and his two daughters Siobbain in 1990 (Rosemary) and Rebecca in 1994 (Trudy).
Louis will be remembered and missed by his sister Siobbain, and her daughter Bernadette (Lance) and their two children Adam and Ava, and Siobbain and her late husband Roger’s daughter Jessica (Neal), their daughter Sutton, and Louis’ brother Valentine and his children Ben and Laura.
Special thanks to the many friends who helped fill Louis’ last days with companionship and love.
A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.
Paul passed away on November 18th, 2017 at the age of 86, leaving his wife Bev (nee Parker) of 63 years and his children Pamela (Douglas), Brenda (Greg), Lisa (David), and Glen (Kelly) and grandchildren Heather, Christopher, Sarah, Bryan, Geoff, Eric, Leah and great-grandchildren Tyler, Ava and Ryan.
Paul was a loving husband and father with an outlandish sense of humour. He was also a talented pianist, tennis player, golfer, and he authored books on where to eat in Toronto.
He will be missed by many, especially by his loving family.
Rest in peace Paul, “the laugh that floats on a summer night.”
A private celebration of Paul’s life will be held at a later date.
At his request, in lieu of flowers, you may donate in Paul’s name to the Lewy Body Dementia Association at LBDA.org.
BOIS, Teresa Jeannette (nee O’HAGAN) March 27, 1932 – November 12, 2017 Passed away, in her 85th year, peacefully at Michael Garron Hospital in East York to be reunited with her husband (Bob), mother and father (Ann, Michael), sisters and brothers (Pat, Emma, Lillian, Fred, Lorne, Stan and Hector). She is survived by her son Robbie (Louise), grandchildren Bobby (Kirstie), Rachel (Mike) and sister Audrey as well as many nieces and nephews where she will be fondly remembered for her love of playing cards, the lotto, Bingo and for enjoying life to the fullest. Teresa was a longtime Beach resident and an employee of the Toronto Star where she accumulated a vast amount of friends who will miss her dearly. She will be going back home to Sudbury to be laid to rest with a small Memorial service to be held in December for family and friends. We would like to thank the staff at Michael Garron Hospital for their caring support of Teresa in her time of need. In lieu of flowers, we ask that you donate to either the Canadian Lung Association, the Heart & Stroke Foundation or Ontario SPCA.
DeLUCA, Anthony On November 3, 2017 Anthony (Tony) DeLuca, husband of Katherine (nee Toderello) passed away peacefully after a lengthy battle with cancer. Longtime employee and award winning men’s clothing designer at Warren K Cook. He leaves his children Debra Neal, Michael and Christine (Dave Tester), as well as his grandchildren Jason (Danielle), Michelle (Bradley), Ryan, Marc (Sarah), Mathew and Jessica, as well as his great-grandchildren Haylie and Gavin. Cremation has occurred. At Anthony’s request burial will be private family only. A Mass and memorial gathering will be held at St. Roch’s Church, November 16th at 1 p.m. Donations to the in his honour are appreciated. Many thanks to all who contributed to his care at Humber Memorial Hospital, CCAC and Baycrest Health Sciences. Their kindness will ever be appreciated.
PARTRIDGE, Eleanor Constance (nee McPHIE) In loving memory of Connie Partridge January 29, 1922 – October 31, 2017 Who loved and lived life to its fullest for 95 years. She was the true matriarch of her clan, the energy of the larger family always working through her. Her elephant-like memory never failed her as she kept tabs on everyone she loved. Connie was extremely generous in nature, had a brilliant knack for details and had a fun-loving and adventurous spirit. She had a great sense of style, thoroughly enjoyed travelling and dining out on special occasions. Connie was the eldest daughter of Scottish immigrants John McPhie and Florence McPhie (nee Baden). Connie’s family meant everything to her; she was a wonderful sister (and best friend to Mame MacDonald), caring mother (Roger, Jon and Anne), mother-in-law (Suzann and Lorraine), Grandma (Clayton (Jo-Ey), Shannon, Kailen and Mischa), Great-Grandma (Oscar and Jasper), Aunt (Jamie (Grant) and Robin (Jean)) and Great-Aunt (Lara, Tyler, Jill and Lynn). She worked in Public relations with Doug Maxwell and Assoc. from 1970-90s, during which she traveled to Europe and Japan for the World Curling Championships and was a part of the Canadian Olympic Committee. Connie made her mark on everyone she met, leaving a lasting impression on all of them with her smile, positive attitude and humorous and witty stories; she really was the life of the party. She would want us all to love, follow our heart in all that we do and live life to its fullest. We love you and will miss you. Your footprints & laughter have left their imprint throughout Canada. Your spirit is with us all. We will celebrate Connie Partridge’s life with a small, intimate service at the Chapel of St. Jude, Wexford (10 Howarth, Ave., Scarborough) on Friday the 17th of November, at 11.30 a.m. As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations can be made to St. Jude’s Chapel Restoration or the CNIB