OBITUARY

Valerio Natividad Guzman

14 November, 19329 November, 2020

Valerio Natividad Guzman was born in Bicol, the Philippines on November 14, 1932 and passed away peacefully on Monday November 9, 2020, in his 88th year.

Beloved husband of Cecilia and loving father of Susan, Ruby, Cora, Ben, Christopher, Kathrina and the late Reynaldo.

COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS The Bereavement Authority of Ontario has mandated: • Permitted gathering sizes inside a building for funeral visitation and chapel services, will be up to 30% of the maximum room capacities (excluding funeral staff) while maintaining the six foot physical distancing rule. • Registrar’s Directive sets new restrictions for gatherings at cemeteries, effective Monday, Sept. 21: Cemeteries attendance is a maximum of 25 people (not counting funeral staff) at all funerals, visitations, funeral receptions, and graveside services on cemetery property. • Further to the Registrar’s Guidance issued on June 15, 2020, wearing masks or face coverings is mandatory for all persons (funeral staff and attendees) inside all funeral establishments or any other indoor setting where a funeral or visitation is held

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    Tuesday, 17 November , 2020

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Anne Guzman

17 November 2020

Grandpa Val,

I am so very thankful that we were able to be here for you. If my dad was still here he would have been here for you too.

I know you were very happy that we came to visit last year. I will cherish my memories of you and the time we got to spend together. Being reunited with you fulfilled my dad’s wishes and it healed your heart too.

I love you grandpa Val and will miss you forever ❤️💙🇺🇸🇨🇦 I hope you and my dad will visit me together in my dreams.

Yours truly,

Anne Guzman


Susan Balisi

16 November 2020

Dearest Papa,
We may have been living miles apart but I
Somehow felt that you were always there with me.
Your death will always remain a blurred memory, but your life will always be a vivid one.
Papa whenever you are,you may be gone but
will never be forgotten and always will be in my heart. I miss you Papa.
Your loving daughter Susan

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