In Celebration of

Vittorio "Victor" Leto

June 14, 1949 -  June 26, 2020

Passed away peacefully at Trillium Health Centre, Mississauga, on Friday, June 26, 2020 at the age of 71 surrounded by his family. He will be eternally missed by loving partner Gloria, and adoring daughters Daniela (Leo) and Angie and their mother Lori. Cherished Nonno of Laila and Lauren. Favourite Uncle of Ben (Lilly), Tony (Linda), Walter (Nancy). Dear brother of Salvatore, and the late Laura (Rino), Isidoro, Francesco, Gaetano, Tonino, Nicola, Lina and Italo. Dearly missed by many caring nieces and nephews in Italy.

Victor, a musically talented and creative inventor was an upholsterer and entrepreneur in Port Credit. He created beautiful furniture into art form, shared his charming singing voice and guitar melodies that entertained and brought joy to his family, friends and the Holy Angels Church community. He was always available to lend a hand to all of his many friends and to assist charitably and selflessly. His fun-loving nature and unique humour accompanied his warm and welcoming smile. He will forever be our guardian angel.

Due to Covid-19, a private family service will be held, followed by entombment.

If desired, remembrances may be made to the Alzheimer’s Society.

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Brigid Browne 

Entered June 29, 2020

Sorry for your loss, lots of fun and great laughter over the years.

Bob Taylor 

Entered June 29, 2020

He took the seat I used for playing steel guitar and recovered it at his shop on Cawthra road. i asked how much do I owe you and he said just buy me a drink at the ANAF club. That is also where I first met him.

Judi Taylor 

Entered June 29, 2020

Victor you will be sadly missed.R.I.P. my friend

Barbara Magdy (friend)

Entered June 29, 2020 from 1082 Shaw Drive


Teddie Brown 

Entered June 29, 2020

RIP Victor generously gave of his time and talents in support of the Delaney family fund raisers for years for Ian Anderson House.... God bless you and I hope they saved you the coziest chair in heaven...heartfelt condolences to your family ...Teddie


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