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Obituary for Pasquale Trozzolo

Pasquale Trozzolo

Pasquale Trozzolo passed away at the age of 86 on Monday January 25th, 2021.
He will be forever missed by his loving wife Ida and his four children, Gelsomina, Eugene, Enzio and Maria. He was married for 64 years and his love for his wife was unconditional.

He will be remembered always by his seven grandchildren and eight great grand children. Pasquale will be held dear in the hearts of his many friends and family.

He had a love and passion for the game of soccer and will be remembered as a lifelong fan of AC Milan. The way he died is just like he the way he lived. He wrote his own rules, he fought authority and paved his own way. If you said he couldn’t do it, he would make sure he could.

He excelled at growing his own fresh fruits and vegetables. Loved making homemade Salami, Sausage and Wine which was loved by his entire family. His greatest joy was spoiling those closest to him. He would give the shirt off his back to anyone who needed it.

Even after losing his license, he continued to find ways to reach his local convenience store to purchase his lottery tickets on his little scooter. He enjoyed riding around and waving the Italian flag while going store to store.

He will always be remembered and deeply missed. We will love you forever and always.

Now that Toronto has moved to a “Lock Down”, visitations will allow a maximum of 10 people in attendance within the funeral home. Unfortunately, cycling of guests, and in and out privileges are not allowed. Attendance is by invitation only.

We would 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.

On the day of the funeral, attendees must be scheduled to a maximum of 9 plus the clergy. We would request that only the most immediate family members join us at the Funeral Home.