On May 2nd, 2021, God called Ciro Domenico Adinolfi home. He was a loving husband to Angie, and an amazing father to his three children; Melissa (Frank), Marco, and Maria. He was a beloved son to Salvatore and the late Giuseppina, and a caring brother to Carmine (Teresa), Elena (Hamid), and Sophie (Peter). He was also a beloved son-in law to Lilia and the late Luigi, and a caring brother in-law to Vince (Doris). He deeply loved and cared for all of his nieces and nephews.
Ciro was a dedicated worker at Metro for over 30 years, and he considered his coworkers his second family. He put his heart into his job, and was kind to everyone he encountered. He welcomed people with open arms, and his generosity was inspiring. Spending quality time with family and friends made him light up – especially if it involved an espresso. His love for food was apparent, and his need to critique every meal was humorous. While his baking skills were effortless, his singing skills required some work. His dance moves and his taste in music never failed to make his family smile. He put his family first, and taught his children they can do anything they set their minds to. He will always be remembered for his kind heart, infectious laugh, and his selfless nature. His family will miss him dearly, and his memory will live forever in their hearts.
In lieu of flowers, Ciro’s family kindly asks for donations to be made to Diabetes Canada.
Now that York Region has moved to a “Lockdown Zone”, public visitations will allow a maximum of 10 people in attendance per visitation room. All attendees must be scheduled by appointment only. Scheduling will be arranged through our website. Please click on the blue RSVP button below under "Visitation Details".
We kindly remind all guests who are coming to pay their respects, to always remember to practice physical distancing and to avoid all physical contact.
Please note that it is now mandatory by the Government of Ontario that all family and friends attending any type of funeral service, must be wearing a facial covering.
As we continue to pray for an end to this horrible virus, the Adinolfi Family would like to thank you for your support during their time of sorrow.