Doreen Francisco (Husbands)

04-Jan-1927 - 27-May-2019

Obituary Overview

In Loving Memory


Doreen Margaret Francisco (Husbands) 
Jan 4, 1927 – May 27, 2019
Bell Canada Retiree 


It is with heavy hearts that we mourn the death of our matriarch who died peacefully at
Seven Oaks Long Term Care.
Doreen was the last and 10th child who was predeceased by parents and all siblings, as well as her late husband Justin Francisco(Eddie). Mourning her loss are children Michael(Cheryl), Jennifer Singh, Gavin(Denise), Bernie(Simon), UK and Gerald(Yvonne), USA; Grandchildren  Sheldon(Kara), Afiya(Aaron), Sacha(Lauren), Jan(Gary) UK, Alia(Ryan), Nissa(Vaughn), Janelle(Robbie), Jared and Quinn(Mike); nieces Lauren, Jackie, Sharon, Debra, Yasmin and nephew Neville, and 13 great grandchildren, as well as the Ahwah
cousins



For us all, the light is a bit dimmer with her death, but her love, generosity and strength are legacies that will live within us forever. Our thanks to the fifth floor staff, Seven Oaks for their care of mum over the five years she lived there. 

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association

Funeral Details

  • Funeral Mass

    St. Barnabas

    Event Times:

    08-Jun-2019 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

  • Reception

    Highland Funeral Home - Scarborough

    Event Times:

    08-Jun-2019 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

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Posted by Jean Forde | 08-Jun-2019

My condolences to Jennifer, Michael, Gavin and their families. May your happy memories of Doreen comfort you at this time. I first knew Doreen when my parents rented a part of the Husbands property, but l came to know her better in my grownup years. R.I.P. Doreen. I will always remember your smile

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Posted by Eva Dwyer | 06-Jun-2019

I first met Doreen five years ago when my Mother became a resident at Seven Oaks. I remember seeing this lovely, graceful woman who was warm and friendly. She and I developed a relationship which became warmer and stronger as the years passed. She always made me feel so good about myself. She made me feel truly as though each time she was happy to see me. And not just because of the chocolates I would bring for her! It became a tradition. I grew to love her. I feel a great sense of loss at her passing, but I am happy she is finally where she wants to be. I miss her terribly!

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