Darnley Ashby

03-Dec-1931 - 08-Apr-2020

Obituary Overview

In Loving Memory Of


Darnley Sin Clair Ashby has completed his final Rite of Passage; birth, responsible adulthood, family formation, eldership, and finally, on Wednesday 8, April 2020 at the age of 89, Darnley transitioned. 
Darnley was born on December 3, 1931, to parents Beatrice and Robert Ashby [both deceased]. 

He was the beloved husband of Elizabeth Carty, and to Sheila Edwards (deceased).
Darnley is survived by his brother Euclid, Rudolph and Arthur.
Loving and devoted father to: Trevor, sipho, Erica, Renrick, Permell, Denise [deceased 1984], Marjorie and Gloria. Stepfather to Mary-Lisa and Frank Pall, his loving sisters-in-law, Marie, Millicent, Uretha, and Beryl; daughters-in-law, Yvonne, Melody, and Muthoni; son-in-law Earl.
Loving grandfather to; Cory, Candice, Alessi, Halle, James, Thandiwe, Adwin, Uche, Renee, Kirsten, Anslem, Peter, David, Lu Ann, Lorena, Katisha, Susan, Tricia, Vanessa, Renecia, Nicholas, and Vanessa. Darnley was a great-grandfather to Austin, Allianna, Aidan, Milan, Zayd, Keisha, Andrea, Akino, Antonio, Khadeja, Kiarra, Nickel, Nikita, Zalisha, Tanisha, Atisha, Natisha, Jenesia, Janesiah, Jenason, Jahquin.


Darnley will be deeply missed. A celebration of Darnley's life will be arranged, at a later date, once restrictions are lifted. A Memorial Chapel Service will be live- streamed at [link to be provided closer to the date] on Saturday, May 2, 2020 starting at 11:00 a.m. Guests are not to attend in person, by live-stream only.
 
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Caribbean African Canadian Social Services (CAFCAN). Online condolences may be shared at [funeral home website]
Caribbean African Canadian Social Services (CAFCAN) https://cafcan.org/donate/
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Funeral Details

  • Memorial Service

    Scott Funeral Home - West Toronto Chapel

    Event Times:

    02-May-2020 11:00 AM - 11:30 AM

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Posted by Tyrell Ashby | 02-May-2020

So many fond memories of my dear Uncle Darnley “Seco” St. Clair Ashby. A big smile and thunderous laugh and a devotion to pan and the Calypso music art form. Like my dad, he loved his family dearly and treasured occasions when all could be gathered together. He truly enjoyed life. We love him, will miss him but I’m convinced we will enjoy his company again according to the inspired promise at Acts 24:15 - And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection.... Our deepest condolences to our family. Love you all!

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Posted by Dawn Addison | 30-Apr-2020

This generations insisted the kids must know each other..family times with lots of laughter and memories. Until we meet again! Dawn (AKA -Gayle) Harper/ Watson Clan

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