Please read the following instructions regarding Covid-19.
Provincial directives require our funeral home to follow the guidelines for the current COVID restriction category for Durham Region. Presently our state is “GREY” lockdown so attendance at all funeral services is restricted to a maximum of 10 attendees as of April 19, 2021. This number does not include funeral and cemetery staff, as in previous COVID-19 safety restrictions Cemeteries are also restricted to a maximum of 10 attendees. Those in attendance are required to wear a mask or face covering in the Funeral Home and at the cemetery, and to maintain a minimum distance of 2 metres between each other. The cleaning and disinfecting of all facilities between services will continue. The serving of food and refreshments is still prohibited. This Registrar’s Directive applies to funerals and visitations regardless of the venue. Please note that BAO inspectors will be monitoring funeral establishments and cemeteries to ensure compliance and will enact swift measures for non-compliance. The directive is in alignment with the Province of Ontario’s new restrictions announced April 16, 2021.Thank you for your cooperation during this difficult time.
The VISITATION and FUNERAL SERVICE are PRIVATE by INVITATION ONLY through the FAMILY
Because of Covid-19 restrictions, the visitation and funeral service are private by invitation only through the family. Thank you. Please read the instructions regarding Covid-19.
Please take a moment to leave a message for the family on our online Guestbook (www.mceachniefuneral.ca). MEMORIAL DONATIONS
In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations to a Charity of Choice would be appreciated by the family.
Those we love we never lose, For always they will be, Loved, remembered, treasured, Always in our memory.
Condolences from family and friends
Posted by James Squissato | 12-May-2021
So very sorry to hear about Aldo. Aldo, Pat, and Paula were my closet cousins when we were kids. Although I haven't seen Aldo in many years, I have many great memories filled with laughter from our childhood. Thanks Aldo, RIP.