Mary "Jean" Lucibello

23-Feb-1937 - 24-Feb-2019

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Posted by Nick & Nick | 06-Mar-2019

A beautiful soul, full of love and faith, ascended to heaven, away from us, but closer to God, leaving loneliness and sadness.

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Posted by Faith, Mary Jane, Annette Martin, Gow, La Rose | 05-Mar-2019

Our memories of Aunt Jean are many and always happy...bring a smile to your face happy. Her warmth, her smile, the way she always made you feel special and at ease; this is how we remember her. While losing her is tragic, what she has left us with is amazing and will always remain in our hearts. Our hope is that our memories of how wonderful Aunt Jean was will give you strength and comfort. But should you need an ear to listen, a shoulder to cry on or just company, know that we are here for you.
Love Faith, Mary Jane and Annette

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Posted by Dave Parker | 04-Mar-2019

Tony, Teri, Lyn, Vikki & Grant

It is with Great sadness that I pass on my condolences to the family. I have nothing but fond memories of the years I worked for your family at the Triangle T, it was my second home. Jean was Truly a Special person and will be forever missed.

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Posted by Loretta MacKenzie | 03-Mar-2019

My thoughts and prayers are with the Lucibello family.

My memories of Jean is that she was such a beautiful, lovely lady.

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Posted by Sherry Wolfson | 02-Mar-2019

So dreadfully sorry to hear of the loss of your dearest wife, very special mother and grandmother. My deepest condolences to all of you. She was a very special lady, so kind and always a smile. May she rest in peace.

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Posted by Branko Racki | 01-Mar-2019

My deepest condolences to the Lucibello family, Jean was the kindest and most loving person anyone could ever know.
Jean will be missed by all who knew her and will always be remembered in our hearts.
With love ,
Branko, Diane, Gannon, & Blaise

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Posted by Jessie Spasov | 01-Mar-2019

Grandma, words cannot express how broken we are over losing you. Thank you for all the kind and loving memories you have provided to our family over the years. All the laughter and teasing about Bob Barker being our babysitter and helping me memorize your phone number by saying "22" at the end. Thank you for always making sure we left your house full from the delicious bacon and tomato sandwiches, spaghetti, muffins or pasta salad. You will always be loved and never forgotten.

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Posted by Lyn Lucibello | 01-Mar-2019

My beautiful Mother, my heart is broken and I will miss you forever, your voice, your touch, your smile, your unconditional love for all. You are my angel who's spirit will remain in my heart forever. Mom I love you so much and words cannot describe the pain deep inside my being. Rest in eternal peace and watch over us until we join you.
Love your daughter Lyn xoxoxo

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Posted by KAREN & JOHN ECKERT | 01-Mar-2019

Our sympathies to the whole family. I have great memories of a wonderful lady.
Karen Bromley & John Eckert

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Posted by Richard Walker | 01-Mar-2019

My sincerest condolences to all at this time.We are proud Toronto film families that reach back to earliest filming in Toronto.I have had the pleasure of knowing the family since the 50's.

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