Florentino Gerardo NOGUERA

October 16, 1935June 23, 2020

It is with heavy hearts and great sadness that the Noguera family announce the peaceful passing of Shaun Noguera in Brampton, on Tuesday, June 23, 2020, in his 85th year, with family by his side. Beloved husband of Eleonor Eileen Noguera (nee Gibson). Loving father of Michael Humphrey Noguera, Rose Marie Noguera, Sean Richard Noguera, and Gregory David Noguera. Cherished grandfather of Kenneth Michael Noguera, Sophia Grace Noguera, Nicolas Hudson Noguera, Chloe Emma Noguera, Célina Nicole Noguera, Vivian Rose Noguera, and Audrey Cecile Noguera.

Shaun was born in Savenata, Aruba. He immigrated to Canada in 1958 and worked in the pulp and paper industry for most of his career. He was a long-time parishioner of the St. Joseph of Nazareth Anglican church in Brampton, serving in many capacities and making life-long friendships.

Shaun will be missed by those whose lives he touched, including immediate and extended family in Canada, in Aruba, and around the world. He joins in heaven his parents Pedro and Rosa (nee Angela) Noguera, and his siblings, Simeon Noguera, Sarafilia (Sarah) Marshall, Eufemia (Fema) Garrido, Catarina Soto Noguera, and Antonia (Tona) Strijdhaftig.

During these unprecedented times, there will be no public funeral or visitation. A memorial service and public celebration of life will be scheduled when such gatherings are again possible. Online condolences and information at


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Florentino Gerardo NOGUERA

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Aesha Gibson

June 30, 2020

I wish Uncle Shaun Eternal happiness and peace. My heart goes out to My family in Canada. The memories I have of Uncle Shaun are him always making jokes and being full of laughter. My love goes out to you guys. ❤️

Ricardo Gibson

June 30, 2020

My deepest condolences goes out to the family. It breaks my heart to hear of the passing of Uncle Sean. To me, he was the best Uncle you could ask for. He was kind, understanding, and gave you a great sense of comfort. I believe anyone who was lucky enough to have known Uncle Sean would have said how much of a positive impact he left on them, whether it was being left with a joke, advice, or simply a story. Whatever it was, we can agree that no matter what he was happy to see you and you were happy to see him. Some of my most precious memories of Uncle Sean would be when we would spend our evenings watching Wrestling or go on one of our adventures to run errands. Anytime I would hear “Cado let’s go!” I would get so excited because I knew I was going to be out with my Uncle Sean. It was truly a privilege to share those moments and they will never be forgotten. Memories of Uncle Sean will forever put a smile on my face. I think one of the measure of a good quality life is how you made the people around you feel. Uncle Sean made all of us feel at home around him and brought nothing but smiles. From the bottom of my heart I thank you for this. You will be forever missed.

Pam Murray

June 28, 2020

So sorry for your loss Greg to you and your family. Your Dad was a very nice man and made you feel welcome in their home. His suffering is over and now he can rest in peace and join his family who have previously passed. Hugs and much love to your family.

Joan Sutherland

June 27, 2020

Tantie Rita and I would like to extend our condolences to the entire Noguera family on the loss of a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, father-in-law, uncle, and cousin. God's blessing and His protective care surround all of the family at this time of grief.
Shaun has left an indelible impression on each and every one of us. I can still see him coming to greet us at the door, a twinkle in his eyes and a beaming smile of welcome. Sometime during the visit there would be laughter about one of his latest escapades. We will miss those moments and the moments of quiet, introspective conversation.
Shaun has left us to walk in perpetual sunshine but we will never forget him.

Sylvia Paul

June 27, 2020

Dear Eileen and Family:

Please accept my deepest condolences for the loss of your husband , Shawn. I met you husband at my sister’s wedding and he was the kindest person I have ever met. He had me laughing from the airport to the hotel. I am so sad that he is gone. May God grant you peace and may you find comfort in all of the memories you both shared. You are in my prayers. And my he Rest In Peace.

Andrea Gibson-Paul

June 27, 2020

Dear Eileen and family,
May the wonderful memories of Shaun through the years fill your hearts with peace, love and strength in the coming weeks and months ahead. Shaun was a wonderful and kind soul and it was an absolute honor knowing him. I have been going down memory lane and found myself laughing at how he managed to sometimes find himself in a pickle(LOL) with you Eileen. Shaun has gone "North to Alaska" where he has reunited with his loved ones. Sleep on Shaun...sleep on +

Reza Alavie

June 27, 2020

Dear Mrs. Noguera, Mike, Sean, Greg & Celina,

I am deeply sorry for your loss. As one of Mike's friends, Mr. Noguera was welcoming, hospitable and, above all, a lot of fun! May fond memories of him help lessen your pain.

With sincere condolences,

Reza Alavie & family

Jill Chambers

June 27, 2020

Condolences to all of the Noguera Family at this time of their Loss.
My Prays and Thoughts are with you.

Morag Weare

June 27, 2020

Mike, Shaun, and Greg,

Lee and I are sending lots of love and prayers to the entire Noguera family. We were both very fond of your Dad and have lots of wonderful memories of times spent in your family home when we were all youngsters ourselves. Your Dad was well loved and respected by all who met him, he extended such kindness to everyone he met. He was a true gentlemen. May he rest in peace with the angels.
Love to you all Morag, Lee and family.

Lisa Morrison

June 26, 2020

Greg, Shaun and family,

Please accept my condolences on the loss of your dad. May your memory keep him close to you always.