In Celebration of

Eveleen “Jane” McCaul (nee Nicol)

August 9, 1933 -  December 26, 2021

Passed away at her residence in Ajax on Sunday December 26, 2021 at the age of 88.

Predeceased by her beloved husband Michael (1999). Loving mother of Cynthia (late Michael) Crump, Timothy (Maxine) McCaul, Geoffrey (Donna) McCaul and Patrick (Phyllis) McCaul. Dear grandmother of 8 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Predeceased by her brother Ron Nicol and her sister Mary Ann Brown.

The family is extremely grateful to the staff of Winbourne Park for the exceptional care Jane received.

Friends may call at the Turner & Porter Peel Chapel, on Tuesday January 4, 2022 from 2 – 4 & 6 – 8 pm. Catholic Prayers to take place at 3 p.m.

Private family interment to take place at St James Cemetery, Toronto.

Due to limitations still in place surrounding Covid-19, all guests will be asked to provide proof of vaccination as well as to register in advance. To register, please click the "registration" button below.

If desired, donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation.


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Carlo Ammendolia (Friend)

Entered December 28, 2021 from Toronto

Dear Pat & Geoff
I know how hard it is to have to say good bye.
I hope that all the great memories you had with your mom help ease the pain.
Your friend

Lydia Foch (High school friend of her son Patrick.)

Entered December 28, 2021 from Victoria BC

My sincere condolences to all of you. You are all in my prayers. Please be safe, stay healthy and I will be with you in spirit during the funeral. May God grant you comfort and peace during this time of sadness, sincerely, Lydia

Joanne Beaudoin and Robbie Raso (family friend)

Entered December 29, 2021 from Westmount

To the whole McCaul family, we offer our deepest condolences. Jane was a kind, strong, deeply caring person who impacted many lives, mine included (Joanne). Jane is alive in all of my childhood memories, offering warmth and non-judgmental love and acceptance. Jane was my surrogate mom during my brief stint in Toronto, and offered me a space in her home when I needed it in order to tie-up loose ends with my education. Our weekly lunches throughout my studies, and her open invitation to Sunday family dinners meant the world to me. Robbie met Jane later in life, and she showed him the same gracious welcome that she always did, and we were thrilled that Jane (and Kitty) were a part of our wedding. We hope that Jane can now rest in peace, and know that hers was life well-lived.

Suzy Beaudoin (Family friend)

Entered January 1, 2022 from Ottawa

To the Crump and MCCaul families,
I was saddened to hear of Jane’s passing. Jane was a wonderful woman who I will always remember for giving me a home as I began making my way in my career and the adult world. She and Mike helped me in ways that can not be conveyed.
Our extended family Christmases and vacations will stay in my memories forever. My world was made better because of the friendship my mother and Jane shared and I will always be grateful she was part of my life.
I hope your sadness will be replaced with happy memories of the special woman Jane was.

Keith Smockum & Darla Wilson (Sister Geoff’s wife Donna)

Entered January 3, 2022 from Toronto, ON

Keith and I were saddened to hear of Jane’s passing. Jane was such a lovely woman; she was always so warm and welcoming. I remember her hosting parties at her home and she was a great hostess who did things with style. I know the last number of years were challenging and now, it is very hard to say goodbye. We hope your memories bring you comfort in this difficult time. Thinking of you, Darla and Keith.


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