In Celebration of

Raymond Monks

January 10, 1940 -  January 10, 2022

It is with a heavy heart and great sadness that we announce the passing of Raymond Monks at the age of 82, early in the morning on his birthday, Monday January 10, 2022 in his home.

Loving husband to the late Alayne (2014), beloved father to Robert, Jodi and Jane, and grandchildren Charlotte, Holly, Michael, Victoria and Kayley. Adored by his many family, friends and neighbors within his community.

Friends may call at the Turner & Porter Peel Chapel, 2180 Hurontario St., Mississauga on Monday, January 17, 2022. Funeral Service to be held in the Chapel on Tuesday, January 18, 2022. LIVESTREAM TO FUNERAL SERVICE

To register to attend the visitation please click the register button below.

For those who wish donations may be made to The Canadian Lung Association or Canadian Cancer Society.


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Deborah & Gary Sherren (friend)

Entered January 12, 2022 from Oakville

Jodi, Rob & Jane, I am very sorry for your loss I know you will miss your dad forever and I hope your memories of him will help you at this difficult time. Your friends Debbie & Gary

Maureen and John Mol (Good Friends and previous neighbours.)

Entered January 13, 2022 from Oakville

John and Maureen would like to give the children Rob and family, Jodi and family, Jane and family our condolences and other family members and friends condolence. Ray and family were great neighbours and became great friends since 1963. We have great memories of Ray and family.

Jesse Love (Nephew)

Entered January 14, 2022 from Port Dover, Ontario

What a man, what a life! Love You Uncle Ray.

Elliott Love (Nephew)

Entered January 14, 2022 from Texarkana, Texas

I'll never forget Uncle Ray. As generous & kind as u could ask. Really good memories. Especially the time he pulled me out of the pool when I slipped off the diving board & KO'd myself! Love u guys

Julie Henry & Bill Wilson (Friends)

Entered January 14, 2022 from Mississauga

It is with a heavy heart to hear of the passing of Ray. His infectious laugh was very contagious. He always wanted to share a good time and always welcomed you into his home. He will always be remembered.
Our condolences to the family during this very difficult time.


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