McIntosh, Anne

 

Peacefully on Thursday August 23 2012 Anne passed away in her sleep at Tall Pines Nursing Home in Brampton Ontario after a brief illness. Beloved wife of Arthur McIntosh ( deceased 1991) and first husband Michael Sysko ( deceased 1963 ). Anne will be deeply missed by her children Michael Sysko and Leonard McIntosh, Sister Mary Iles, Brother In Law Jack Iles ( deceased ), Brother Bill Hawryluck ( deceased ), Sister In Law Suzanne Hawryluck, Brother Stan Hawryluck and Sister In Law Edith Hawryluck. Daughters In Law Susan Sysko and Lisa Mcintosh and Grandchildren Elizabeth and Sydney McIntosh. Also Anne will be missed by her remaining   Family and close Friends. Mom will always be remembered for her love of a bright hot sunny day to spend time outside in the garden and pool side. Shopping for cloths was also a passion. Mom had a creative gift in sewing, making cloths and later Mom’s artistic side flourished in arts and crafts at Tall Pines. Special thanks to the Doctors and staff at Brampton Civic Hospital and especially all of the staff at Tall Pines for making Mom feel at home and their compassionate and dedicated care. Mom you are sadly missed in our lives however you will never be forgotten as your memory will continue to live in all of our hearts. Love Michael and Leonard. A gathering to celebrate and remember Annes life will be held and condolences will be received August/31/2012 at Complex Yves Legare ( Alfred Dallaire ) 14370 Pierrefonds Blvd. Pierrefonds, Que. H9H 4R7(514) 595-1500 starting at 9:00 AM and services at 11:30 AM. If desired donations to the Canadian Cancer Society Canadian or Heart and Stroke Foundation.


4 replies
  1. Doris Maloney
    Doris Maloney says:

    My condolences to the family. Anne was a very cheerful and helpful person
    May she rest peacefully !!!

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  2. Joan Clarke
    Joan Clarke says:

    Michael & Leonard, sincerest condolences to you both and your families. Your mother was a wonderful person who worked around any and all of life’s issues that came around. I will always remember and continue to admire the way she didn’t hesitate to keep learning and always seeing the positive in life. I am also very appreciative of the help she gave to my mother. She’s my hero and I will miss her.

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    • Michael Syako
      Michael Syako says:

      Dear Joan and Jim,

      Thank you for your kind and touching words and we really appreciate all of your help and support in these difficult times. It was really good to see yourself and Jim again.

      Regards,

      Michael and Susan.

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