In Celebration of

Charles Vassallo

May 19, 1934 -  May 30, 2019

Peacefully on May 30, 2019, at the age of 85, at Credit Valley Hospital, surrounded by his family. Charles will be mourned by his 2 daughters Connie (Mike) and Sylvia (Mike); his grandchildren Christopher, Kevin, Denise, Stephen and Dionne; and great-grandchildren Jade, Isabella and Brayden. He will be missed by his loving brothers Joseph and Alfred.

For those that wish, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society.


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Yvonne Zerafa-Rapson (Niece)

Entered June 1, 2019 from Peterborough

Connie, Sylvia and families...our sincere sympathy as you come to terms with this profound change in your lives. We hope you will find special comfort in knowing that love and beautiful memories will outlast the pain of grief. I will always remember Uncle Charlie's gentle spirit. Yvonne and Fred

David & Lilian Schembri (niece/nephew)

Entered June 1, 2019 from brampton/ontario

sorry for your loss, uncle charlie will be in our hearts and minds.he will be missed and loved.

Lora & Ashley Mifsud (niece)

Entered June 1, 2019 from brampton/ontario

Sorry for your loss,miss you.

Connie Sorbara (Daughter)

Entered June 2, 2019 from Toronto

Dad l still don't believe you are gone. I still have the feeling l need to call you by 11am. If l dont l know you will call me. Waiting for the phone to ring..Oh lm so not looking forward to Tuesday because than reality is going to kick in. We have to say our final goodbyes. You will be joining mommy in paradise. And dad maybe between the two of you. You can help me. Get my health back. Dad thank God for Sylvia. I told you this all the time. You were blessed that she took care of you. She focused her life on .you. She gave you life. I'm so so sorry that l couldn't help her. Mommy will be so proud of her. So dad l have to say goodbye for now until l see you Tuesday. Love you to the moon and back. GO JAYS GO

Dionne LeVarno (Granddaughter)

Entered June 2, 2019 from Toronto

Nannu, I can’t believe your gone. I am so sad and its been a hard few days trying to accept it, but I am also relieved at the same time that you are no longer suffering. I will miss you so much! I got used to my weekly visits at mommy and daddys and seeing you there. I will miss your voice, helping you, eating dinners with you, watching Simpsons with Bella and just simply being in your presence. You are such a talented, smart person and I’m happy to have learned more about about you over the years. I hope you can watch over me and my family, I love you. Rest in paradise.


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