It is, for all, a great loss when a loved one passes, and it can also be a great time to focus on our memories of our loss. We remember how much Tio Antonio loved to host a good gathering so he can bbq those sardines. He took pride in that.(Nice picture). Growing up I always called my uncle Tio Goerge with a G. I always thought his name was George Jorge as a child and he went on having me believe that. I recall him saying, "only special people are allowed to have 2 same names. He was quite a kidder.
To the family, may tender memories soften your grief.
Love from Guida and Luisa
Thank you for all the dinners and garden parties at your house when we where kids. You will be missed. Rest in peace.
In our prayers and thoughts.
I will always remember our summer visits to his Garden where we would order pizza and pick some of the vegetables. He put so much time and care into the little green oasis in the middle of a GTA suburb. He was so happy to meet Connor for the first time and I'm thankful we had that opportunity. Our thoughts and prayers are with him.
We are so sorry to hear of Tio Antonio passing, our sincere condolences. As a child I would refer to Tio Antonio as Tio Jorge. I got to know more of who Tio was by his actions and how he lived his life. He was an intelligent, conservative, quiet, pensive and goal achiever kind of man. As a child I remember him at the barbeque grilling and enjoying the barbequing process and the pride he had of presenting his master piece to his guests. We wished that we could be with you all for moral support during this sad time. May the peace of Christ and Gods blessings be with you all.
Love cousin Ana and family.