Errol Homeric HOSEIN

3 mai 193618 novembre 2020

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Errol Hosein on November 18, 2020, at Humber River Hospital. Born in San Fernando, Trinidad, Errol was formerly a resident of Ottawa, and moved to Toronto during his retirement. Errol’s memory will be held close by his partner, Kathy Manuel, sisters Lynette (Ron Zinnicker), Joyce Bridgemohan and Jennifer Bunsee, brother Wayne (Wendy) Bunsee and dear friend Cathy (Richard) Whittle. Errol also leaves a son, Kristofer Liljefors, and daughter Anna Brill Edwards (Michael Kiperchuk) as well as two grandchildren. Errol was predeceased by his sister, Brenda Bunsee. We would like to thank the staff of 147 Elder Street, Toronto for the excellent care and comfort they provided during his stay there. A memorial service will be held in Ottawa at a later date when it is safe for his family to gather. Donations in Errol’s memory may be made to the Parkinson’s Foundation of Canada.


Errol Homeric HOSEIN

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Judy Ballah

novembre 30, 2020

One of the most charming men I ever met. He dated my older sister and we all thought he was wonderful. Rest well, dear Errol.
Judy Ballah (Sydney and Halifax)

Angus Sitahal

novembre 26, 2020

My dad used to take my brother and I as young boys by Mr Hosein’s house in Trinidad in the 80s. There was always pride and dignity Mr Hosein carried himself being well spoken and all due to his many years abroad. He lived on a corner which many passed by, mostly being quiet and empty as you’d never know if someone was home or if he was abroad. The house was actually situated next to a steel pan yard for Skiffle Bunch and although that rhythm would resonate sweetly I always wondered to myself if the noise would bother him. I never got that answer. He was one of my father’s friend whom I know had a positive impact on us. We never met his family but know that he represented your family well.


Angus D. Sitahal

Dev Ramoutar

novembre 26, 2020

Dr Dev Ramoutar

Condolences on the passing of Errol to his family
I know Errol for the past 25 years and I will deeply miss him.
He was a dear friend .We spend long hours camping onLas Cuevas Beach : hiking to many remote parts of Trinidad to places like Paria, Madamas, Rincon Waterfall and several times to
Mt El Tucuche .He loved outdoor life and spend many hours camping and hunting .He was health conscious and spend many hours running around Guaracara Park of T&T .He had great interest in the politics of T&T .
He spend the last few years of his life doing a voracious amount of reading especially the "Economist " He read every page and underlined important ideas and data .He was aware of his failing memory and brain function and was helped by playing lots of card games . He was an exciting person and had great ideas .It was easy carrying on a conversation with him beacause he read and made great inputs in the conversation
He was honest ,upright and forthright in dealing with issues .
Gone but not forgotten
My dear friend rest in peace


Helen Arsenault

novembre 22, 2020

Will miss not seeing you around Errol

Rest in peace my friend.

- Helen (Shaklee) Arsenault

Karen Tarbox

novembre 21, 2020

My condolences to Kathy and Errol’s family on your loss. Errol was a kind and gracious friend when I first arrived in Toronto to attend university. I’ll remember Errol’s love of the outdoors and warm smile. I hope that your memories bring you comfort at this time.



Cathy Whittle

novembre 21, 2020

I remember the first time I met Errol.
I was 13 years old.
I saw him give money to a homeless
person on the streets of Montreal.
It was a time when Errol was a student
and did not have much money himself.
It left an imprint in my mind ever since.
I will miss you and all the conversations
we had along the road of this life.

Anisa Joseph

novembre 21, 2020

Uncle Errol
My dad's cousin. So sorry we couldn't see you before. Will be missed by many here in Trinidad.