In Celebration of

Maurizio Incontri

February 25, 1947 -  January 23, 2022

Passed away at home, on January 23, 2022 at the age of 74. Beloved husband of Alice. Loving father of Krysta (Mark), Eric (Charlene), and Kerry (Jason). Much loved grandfather of Kaycie, Axel, Raven, and Georgia.

Someone once said he could never figure out how you managed to do such a great job with the immense logistics involved for Monsanto Canada. You told me it was because there were people who worked with you, who like you, were dedicated to success.

Maurice my soulmate, you dedicated yourself to me, our family and our friends. My love, you were wonderfully successful. We laughed with you, and we all miss your instantaneous smile. You shared your cooking secrets with your grandchildren so they could survive on their own when time came. They all love to cook, success.
You shared your wisdom when asked, you never forced your opinion on others.
Your love for music and your paintings will live on for all those touched by you.
You are not gone, your spirit lives, success my love.

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Phil Brunette & Beth Verge (Friends)

Entered January 27, 2022 from Guelph/Etobicoke

You left way too soon my friend!
We'll remember you for your kindness, generosity, great spirit and that hearty laugh of yours.

Cherie and Steve Mendez (Friends)

Entered January 27, 2022 from Toronto

Moe, you will always be in my heart. I will remember your paintings, bbqs, pool parties and your great garden. Thank you for all fun times. You will be greatly missed.

Eugene Crookes (Friend)

Entered January 27, 2022 from London

From the day in April 1978 when a lady and her black lab came over to offer her new neighbours a coffee no one predicted the friendship that would blossom. Alice you are more like a sister than a friend,
Moe brought out the best in you, and my heart aches for all of you. . To his family in Alberta and Boston my deepest condolences.
I will miss that belly laugh and gregarious smile and just his being in it made the world a better place.
God bless and comfort you all,

Roger Goulet (co-worker)

Entered January 28, 2022 from Burlington ON

My sympathies to Alice and family. So sad to be losing so many collegues.
I’ve known Maurice since our LaSalle days, and worked closely together in Meadowvale. I always knew that logistics matters were in good hands with Maurice.
We very much enjoyed his Corks wine.

Sylvie GilAlfau (Co-Worker)

Entered January 28, 2022 from Orangeville

My deepest sympathies to Alice and family. Such a patient and always positive person to work alongside with. Wishing you all comfort during this time.


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