Carol Eileen Zachar

20-Dec-1933 - 09-Jan-2020

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Posted by Carolyn Whiteside | 18-Jan-2020

My sincere condolences on the loss of a lovely lady. Strengthening thoughts to all her family. May wonderful memories comfort you.

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Posted by Jane Geard | 17-Jan-2020

I have just received the news of Carol passing. Carole a long standing member of the EAG printmaking group always enjoyed her Thursdays and
sharing her art,travel and life experiences .
My condolescences to Steve and family.

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Posted by Maxine and Ed. Sumner | 15-Jan-2020

I am very saddened over the passing of a very long friendship with Carol. We sang in Wesley United Church Choir for many years. And we got together with other friends at our different homes/ cottages over the last few years to catch up.We had a lot of fun and reminiscing about earlier days. We will miss her dearly. Our condolences to you Steve and Family.
Love ❤️ Maxine and (Ed.)

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Posted by Carole Sisto | 14-Jan-2020

I remember Carol fondly from printmaking with the Etobicoke Printmakers at The Neilson Creative Centre. As a new member to the group, (more than a few years ago,) I always remember how friendly she was to me and others. She really seemed to enjoy creating art and being part of the printmaking group. I remember especially the time’s we worked so well together to hang our biannual hall show. I also remember how enthused she was about her travels with her daughter and her choir. Carol has been missed at printmaking on Thursdays and we extend our condolences to Steve and family.

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Posted by Laurie-Ann Copple (nee Zachar) | 14-Jan-2020

I'm so thankful to Carol, (my mom) for so many lovely things: she instilled me with a love of creativity, the arts, my artwork, travel, music, our shared faith in Jesus Christ, and support for my many mission trips alone or with my husband Tony. She encouraged me in my studies, and journeys; including my current breast cancer journey. It is because of the chemotherapy that I am receiving in South Africa, that we cannot be there for the celebration of life in Toronto. I will share here a photo of Carol and I on one of our art trips to New York City in 2009.

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Posted by Jill Grande | 13-Jan-2020

I'm very saddened to hear of Aunt Carol's passing. I will always remember her vibrant laugh and love of telling stories. Love and hugs to Uncle Steve, Laurie-Ann & Tara. May she rest in peace.

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Posted by Tony Copple | 12-Jan-2020

From far off South Africa (for this is a far-flung-family) I, her son in law wish to say that Carol didn't feel like a mother in law so much as a close friend, always hospitable, always loving, and a true heir of our heavenly Father. That I was accepted as a suitable husband for her firstborn shows that she and Steve were also risk takers. She was her own woman up to the day she left us, an unforgettable spirit with an artist's eye for beauty in the world around her, leaving quite a legacy of excellent works. Here's a memory I won't forget, when at our wedding, Steve is clearly heard on the video to say, as I danced with her, putting the words in her mouth, "Don't call me mommy!"

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