In Celebration of

Joel Thomas Easterbrook

November 7, 1943 -  March 21, 2022

Joel Thomas Easterbook, CPA, CA
Joel passed away with his wife by his side on March 21, 2022. Survived by his wife Sandy, son Paul and wife Sara, loving grandfather to William and Avery. Son of the late Professor W.T. Easterbrook and wife Dorothy (deceased), brother Dr. Michael Easterbrook and wife Dr. Gillian Thomas, twin sister Jane (deceased) and husband Dr. J.P. Louey, Brother-in-law Joseph Scolaro and partner Muriel Paton. Much loved by his nieces and nephew. In spite of the debilitating health ailments Joel’s positivity and exuberance was paramount. Friends may call the Turner & Porter Yorke Chapel (2357 Bloor St. W.) on Tuesday, April 5, 2022 from 2-3 p.m. followed by a funeral service in the chapel at 3 p.m. In memory of Joel donations may be made to Lyndhurst Rehab Centre. Online condolences may be made through


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Stuart Elder (Friend)

Entered March 24, 2022 from Garnetwood Chase

My deepest condolences to your family and friends.

Janice & Joe Rizzo and Family (Cousin to Sandra)

Entered March 25, 2022 from Toronto

Our deepest condolences to all.
God Blessxo

Tina Louey (niece)

Entered March 26, 2022 from NYC

Dear Uncle Joe will be missed. He had such a mischievous, naughty sense of humour. He could make my mother (his twin sister) spitting mad and laughing uncontrollably at the same time. She adored him. He could sit calmly in the corner and make one quiet remark that would make me break out laughing. My deepest sympathy and a big virtual hug to my Aunty Sandy, who was a wonderful partner and caregiver for many years. Love, Tina

Maureen Spiteri (Friend)

Entered March 26, 2022 from Halton Hills

So very sorry to hear of Joel's passing. I recall the days of going from arena to arena - Joel always supporting Paul. Our thoughts are with you Sandy and Paul and family.

Maureen Spiteri and family

Lorraine McGettigan (neighbour)

Entered March 28, 2022 from Garnetwood Chase Mississauga

Will miss Joe’s calm presence in the neighbourhood, in the garage ,enjoying the sun in the summer. Was interested and loved talking to everyone.
Joe was a vital part of our community for years.
When Parker gets loose, he’ll be looking for Joe.
God bless you, Joe. Say hi to Peter.


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