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Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

895 Ouellette Ave, Windsor, ON

OBITUARIO

Eva Bouzide

11 septiembre , 194218 junio , 2020
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Born September 11, 1942 --- Passed away June 18, 2020. Died suddenly at home on June 18, 2020. Beloved wife to Daniel James Bouzide for 59 wonderful years. Cherished Mother of Daniel Joseph Bouzide (Tina), Lori Bouzide Maisonville and Carrie Lyn Bouzide-Unger (Jason). Much-loved by her 5 grandchildren Adam Norrad, Jason & Sara Maisonville, Addison & Gabrielle Bouzide, and 3 step grandchildren Jack & Alex Matthews, and Elizabeth Unger. Survived by her two sisters Irene Pidgeon and Ann Scott. Eva will be sadly missed by all. A Private Service has taken place. If you so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Please join us in remembering Eva by visiting her online memorial at www.andersonfuneralhomewindsor.com. Anderson Funeral Home & Cremation Centre entrusted to arrangements (519-254-3223).

The meaning of the name of Eva is … Mother of Life. A friend to everyone who knew her, Eva was born in Windsor, and raised in Harrow by her grandparents until the age of six, when she moved back to Windsor. Her surviving sisters are Ann Scott and Irene Pidgeon. She was predeceased by brothers Joseph, Paul, and Johnny “Crowbar” Kubenic. She was happy to join the Bouzide family which afforded her the opportunity to learn how to cook Lebense food from Sito (her mother-in-law, Marie). Some of her fondest memories are with Sito and little Sito. Her favorite recipe from her own mother, Katie, was delicious cinnamon raisin buns. Ironically, one of Dann’s favorite expressions was: When do we eat? Eva will always be remembered for her elegance, natural beauty, and artistic flair. She had a fun-loving attitude towards life, shared her great sense of humor and a warm comforting smile with everyone she met. She enjoyed raising her family in south Windsor, Danny, Lori and Carrie Lyn were blessed to have such a loving mother who just seemed to always understand each of us, individually. She also worked hard in several family businesses with her entrepreneurial husband while child rearing. In the 70’s, Danny’s Variety and Little Ceasars Pizza, The Pompei Restaurant, the first restaurant in Windsor to allow alcoholic and food service past 10:00 p.m., into the 80’s and Rumors Roadhouse—the first Roadhouse in Windsor the 80’s and 90’s. And, over the last 15 years Eva worked along side her husband honouring the veterans at the Windsor Historical Society Veterans Memories Projects. Another unique historical achievement was that together they opened the first Lebanese grocery store in Windsor. Eva thoroughly enjoyed recreational activities, right up until the very end of her life, often with her two daughters Carrie Lyn and Lori (line-dancing) … she was the most senior dancer in the dance class at the community centre. Tai Chi, yoga, watercolor painting and even Belly Dancing were other fun adventures she enjoyed. She thoroughly enjoyed attending her five grandchildren’s dance and piano recitals, athletic events, school plays, and awards ceremonies. She was a very proud grandmother, and her grandchildren all had the pleasure of learning from her, cooking, drawing, gardening, and playing poker. Eva was a lifetime animal lover and was especially fond of cats, in fact, while raising her own family, our childhood cat—Samantha, lived to be 20 years old. Birdwatching was another passion she shared with her husband Dann in their back yard. In particular, recently we’ve noticed many cardinals. Eva used to joke how the mother and father cardinals would say, “let’s swing by the Bouzide’s to show off our babies.” She also loved gardening and was especially proud of her David Austin Roses. Her favorite song was ‘Evergreen’ and her favorite color was green, because it exemplified nature. Without a doubt, Eva connected with nature. She always enjoyed playing poker; she was a shrewd player and after winning—which was most of the time—she would share her winnings with her children. In her latter years, she enjoyed teaching her family how to play poker. She was the best female poker player we ever met. Another hobby was reading. She enjoyed, Victorian history, the Royal Family, and biographies. In lieu flowers, we ask that donations be made to The Heart and Stroke Foundation, in her memory. In the spirit of remembering Eva, you may wish to do a random act of kindness, in her honour. .

Servicios

  • A Celebration of Life Service

    jueves, 25 junio , 2020

  • Committal of Ashes

    jueves, 25 junio , 2020

Recuerdos

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Amy Dickey

9 julio , 2020

What a beautiful tribute for our beautiful Aunt Eva. It’s so hard to believe you are gone. I will always cherish the memories of you coming to visit in AZ and of my childhood visits to Windsor. I loved talking about cats with you and discussing the exotic Scottish Folds and American Curls we saw at the cat shows. I love you Aunt Eva

Carol Fasano

8 julio , 2020

My deepest sympathy to you Lori as well as your family in the loss of your mother. Your tribute to your mother was just beautiful. May you hold close to your heart the precious moments and memories of your dear mother. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Charles Mady

5 julio , 2020

Sincerest sympathies to Dann and the entire Bouzide family.
Eva was a very special lady. May her memory be a blessing.

Michelle Mallens

5 julio , 2020

So very sorry for you and your families loss of your Mom Cari Lynn..May God hold her in the palm of his hand..and may he give you all the strength you,ll need to go on..

Paul and Rena Gilbert

5 julio , 2020

Our deepest sympathy to Danny and the family.

Guy Connolly

5 julio , 2020

So sorry to hear of Eva's passing. A strong and brave woman who contributed so much time and energy to honour the Vets of Windsor. Grateful Regards

Karen Ray & family

5 julio , 2020

So sorry to hear of your loss Eva was such a special woman She was always so helpful to all of our family&will; surely be missed

Darby & Joy McCloskey

5 julio , 2020

Our deepest condolences to the whole Bouzide family. Eva was a pleasure to work for and with. We have many great memories.

Marianna & Mick Takacs

5 julio , 2020

We are so sorry for your loss Lori and family. May the love of those around you help you through the days ahead, and may we send healing prayers and comforting hugs your way.

Annette Webber (Dupuis)

5 julio , 2020

Dan and Lori, My condolences on the passing of your Mom. Reading this brought many special memories of you and your family at OLMC. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
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Biografía

The meaning of the name of Eva is … Mother of Life. A friend to everyone who knew her, Eva was born in Windsor, and raised in Harrow by her grandparents until the age of six, when she moved back to Windsor. Her surviving sisters are Ann Scott and Irene Pidgeon. She was predeceased by brothers Joseph, Paul, and Johnny “Crowbar” Kubenic.
She was happy to join the Bouzide family which afforded her the opportunity to learn how to cook Lebense food from Sito (her mother-in-law, Marie). Some of her fondest memories are with Sito and little Sito. Her favorite recipe from her own mother, Katie, was delicious cinnamon raisin buns. Ironically, one of Dann’s favorite expressions was: When do we eat?
Eva will always be remembered for her elegance, natural beauty, and artistic flair. She had a fun-loving attitude towards life, shared her great sense of humor and a warm comforting smile with everyone she met. She enjoyed raising her family in south Windsor, Danny, Lori and Carrie Lyn were blessed to have such a loving mother who just seemed to always understand each of us, individually. She also worked hard in several family businesses with her entrepreneurial husband while child rearing.
In the 70’s, Danny’s Variety and Little Ceasars Pizza, The Pompei Restaurant, the first restaurant in Windsor to allow alcoholic and food service, past 10:00 p.m., to in the 80’s, Rumors Roadhouse —the first Roadhouse in Windsor in the 80’s and 90’s. And, over the last 15 years, Eva worked along side her husband honouring the veterans at the various Windsor Historical Society Veterans Memories Projects. Another unique historical achievement was that together they opened the first Lebanese grocery store in Windsor.
Eva thoroughly enjoyed recreational activities, right up until the very end of her life, often with her two daughters Carrie Lyn and Lori (line-dancing) … she was the most senior dancer in the dance class at the community centre. Tai Chi, yoga, watercolor painting and even Belly Dancing were other fun adventures she enjoyed. She thoroughly enjoyed attending her five grandchildren’s dance and piano recitals, athletic events, school plays, and awards ceremonies. She was a very proud grandmother, and her grandchildren all had the pleasure of learning from her, cooking, drawing, gardening, and playing poker.
Eva was a lifetime animal lover and was especially fond of cats, in fact, while raising her own family, our childhood cat—Samantha, lived to be 20 years old. Birdwatching was another passion she shared with her husband Dann in their back yard. In particular, recently we’ve noticed many cardinals. Eva used to joke how the mother and father cardinals would say, “let’s swing by the Bouzide’s to show off our babies.”
She also loved gardening and was especially proud of her David Austin Roses. Her favorite song was ‘Evergreen’ and her favorite color was green, because it exemplified nature. Without a doubt, Eva connected with nature. She always enjoyed playing poker; she was a shrewd player and after winning—which was most of the time—she would share her winnings with her children. In her latter years, she enjoyed teaching her family how to play poker. She was the best female poker player we ever met. Another hobby was reading. She enjoyed, Victorian history, the Royal Family, and biographies.
In lieu flowers, we ask that donations be made to The Heart and Stroke Foundation, in her memory.
In the spirit of remembering Eva, you may wish to do a random act of kindness, in her honour.