Oshawa Funeral Home

847 King Street West, Oshawa, ON


Paige Burrill

August 29, 1940March 12, 2018

BURRILL, Paige Direen Passed away peacefully at Lakeridge Health-Oshawa on Monday, March 12th, 2018 in her 77th year. Beloved wife of Carl of 25 years. Loving mother of Brock Delaney (Kim) and the late Myles. Will be missed by her stepson Jay Burrill and his son Braydon. Cherished grandmother of her two grandchildren Kyle and Elisa. Survived by her brother Edgar Estabrooks (Norma) and predeceased by sixteen siblings. Daughter of the late George and Jennie Estabrooks. Long standing member of Alcoholics Anonymous. Visitation will be held at OSHAWA FUNERAL HOME, 847 King Street West, (905-721-1234) on Saturday, March 24th, 2018 from 10:00 a.m. until time of Celebration of Life service in the Chapel at 11:00 a.m. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society. Online condolences may be made at www.oshawafuneralhome.com.


  • Visitation Saturday, March 24, 2018
  • Celebration of Life Saturday, March 24, 2018


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Kim Delaney

March 21, 2018

I am so blessed to have a wonderful mother in law. She loved and supported me to always be a better wife and mother to her son and grandchildren. We had a special bond because of our love for Brock. I will miss our talks mom, thank you for the amazing journey

Brent Estabrooks

March 19, 2018

I will always remember Aunt Paiges's visits as a boy to mum & dad's in Sackville, the laughter and good times spent with us and Nanny. On behalf of dad & mum (Edgar & Norma), as well as Kim, Shelley & myself and our families, our deepest condolences to you Carl and family.
Brent Estabrooks (Nephew)
Lethbridge, Alberta

Brock Delaney

March 17, 2018

Thank-You Sandy. I told my mom in the hospital, "YOU ARE MY HERO" and it was because of people like you Sandy and the many, many others she has touched. She has enriched so many, saved so many, altered so many lives for the better and for that reason she will forever be my HERO. She of course downplayed her contributions to our lives, so typical of her!
Mom was truly happy the last few weeks and would light up every time someone would come in. I find that incredible given the circumstances. I am so thankful for the extra time we had to share together.
Mom wants us to smile in her memory...and we will, maybe not right now but we will again because that is what she wants.
Carl, we grieve with you and for you.
She was an amazing mother, wife, friend, family and we are at a loss without her.
As I told you mom, I am going to be late to the party, but I will see you there in a little while.

Sandy B

March 17, 2018

How do you put 20 years of memories into one space? There are no words to describe how much I love this incredible woman . She gave much love and always made time to help others. Carl and Paige have been such sources of strength and love, I am blessed for them in my life. Her last three months were happy joyous and free . Hard to imagine with the diagnosis she received but, she lived fully~ one day at a time until the end. Our visits were filled with laughter tears and love. I will treasure these memories forever. I hope they will give me comfort as I learn to navigate the world without this incredible woman.
Thank you to her son Brock and his wife Kim for sharing her with so many. You are amazing and so loved!💖

Dawna Constable

March 16, 2018

Aunt Paige, I have so many memories and stories of you and our family that I treasure deeply and will never forget. I have always regarded you more as a true friend and sister than of an aunt, a tribute to your caring, nurturing soul, not to mention your incredible sense of humour and your talent for just knowing what to say and when. I looked up to you as a mentor and was so proud of your tenacity to rid your life of your personal demons and to embrace and help others with theirs. These past couple months I witnessed even more of your spirit and faith and my hope is because we are related I might be blessed with some of this as well! You did not fear dying as you believed in the bible and heaven and that helped me to come to terms with your passing. To Carl, Brock and Lisa and Family, and her cherished friends, my sincere condolences. She was a wonderful person and will be truly missed by all who knew her, none moreso than by me. I will always love you Lady, until we meet again. Dawna and Mike

Kim Smith

March 15, 2018

I met Paige approximately 20yrs ago. We connected instantly, I remember about 2weeks after we met she put her pinky out and we held each other’s and said best freinds for life and that’s what we were. I feel honoured to have had Paige for a best freind. We have been together for good times and bad.
And I will miss her terribly. Be with the angels Paige and don’t clean everything ok lol
Love you

Marlene Mol

March 15, 2018

Dearest Aunt Paige,
I cherish the memory when I stayed with you many years ago, playing crib, sitting by the pool, and just getting to know you. We certainly had many chuckles and just plain good times. You have always been like a second mother to me or (older sister)...
When Mom died five years ago, you made sure you kept in touch with all of our family. I will miss you always......Our deepest sympathy to Carl, Brock, Kim and the rest of her families.
Marlene and Dale

Alice Goodwin

March 15, 2018

Carl and family, so sorry for your loss. I m sorry I didn’t know Paige was ill. Would have liked to chat.
Beautiful picture from our historic era together when we shared so many adventures. Good memories. Used to be our joke when I called her ‘Auntie Paige’ since she was two months my junior (even though she was my aunt) Take care Carl, Brock and family. See you later, Auntie Paige.

Carol Hall

March 15, 2018

Paige - forever my dear friend. I will miss you terribly as life progresses, but I will always find comfort in and smile at the wonderful memories that we shared. You were my rock and a mighty power of example. I love you.

My deepest condolences to Carl and to all of your family and extended family as we come together to love and support each other.

Yvonne Beggs

March 15, 2018

Such a beautiful and loving woman. Paige had an air of confidence and quiet strength that made many gravitate towards her. She was deeply loved and respected . A good life lived and heaven is a better place with her in it. God Bless You Paige... God Bless You Carl as you grieve for you precious wife. God Bless Paige’s immediate family and God Bless Paige’s AA family and especially her AA Girls that feel her loss so deeply. She will be watching from above as we follow the road to happy destiny...Love.