OBITUARY

Charlaine Margaret Cascanette

June 30, 1953February 9, 2021
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Cascanette, Charlaine Margaret – Surrounded by her family at Hospice Peterborough on Tuesday February 9th, 2021 at the age of 67. Beloved wife of the late Paul Cascanette. Loving mother of Christopher Cascanette and his wife Tamara Somes, Sean Cascanette and the late Brian Cascanette. Dear grandmother of Bryan and William. Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions a private family service will be held on Monday February 15, 2021 at 11:30 a.m. Family and friends are invited to view through livestream at www.comstockkaye.com (Scroll down to the service information for Charlaine and click the Join Livestream button 5 minutes prior to service time). Interment will take place on a later date at the Sanctuary Park Cemetery, Etobicoke. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation https://thepmcf.ca/About-the-Foundation

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    Monday, February 15, 2021

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Geoff & Sharon Somes

February 16, 2021

We always enjoyed our wonderful get togethers with Charlaine and Sean at Chris and Tamara’s as well as our home. Many fond memories. You will be missed but not forgotten.
Geoff and Sharon

Jan and Dan Kennaley

February 15, 2021

Dearest Chris, Sean, Tamara, Bryan and wee William:
We just watched the on line service. Thank you so much for arranging that as well as the beautiful service itself. Dan and I wanted to extend our condolences again. Your mom will always be in my heart. Her smile was one of true beauty, something that matched her lovely soul.
Love always,
Jan

April Cook

February 15, 2021

Sending love to Chris, Sean & Tamara. What a loving, selfless and compassionate woman Charlaine was. She was always so easy going when I would come in to turn her place around when putting it up for sale....I think she liked the excitement:) Always so wonderful and patient with Sean, always excited for a visit. I will miss her smile. Xo

Alexandra Luongo

February 15, 2021

Katherine Kohut

February 15, 2021

Sean, Chris, Tamara, Bryan & William,

We were very sorry to hear about Charlaine's passing. Please accept our condolences and prayers on your loss. Your memories will bring you comfort. We will remember our shared bingo and perogy evenings with Charlaine and Sean.

Sincerely,

Katherine, Paul, Hanya and Mary Kohut

Meray Mansour

February 15, 2021

Will always remember our adventures and your beautiful kind heart. So grateful to have met you and to have been a part of your journey. Love Always

Meray

Barry Harding

February 15, 2021

Dear Charlaine, We were so sorry to learn that you were so unwell but learned through Christopher that he has taken care of the situation and care of Sean which we know would have been a worry for you. I spoke to Chris last week and felt that you would have been very proud of him.
I have spoken to Vicky and Margaret who both send their strongest condolences as do I. Being in the UK there is little we can do apart from pass on our love and best wishes to your family.
Love from cousins, Barry, Vicky and Margaret xxx.

Cathy Hardy

February 15, 2021

Sending our Deepest condolences to Sean, Chris, and his family . So sorry for your loss. Charlaine was a sweet, kind , caring compassionate soul that we will always feel so grateful to have known and loved. Charlaine will be sadly missed by All of us Hardy’s. Stephanie couldn’t have had a more wonderful Mother in-law who always made her feel like she was part of her family and for that love, we are eternally grateful. Rest easy Charlaine, may your angels greet you with the biggest hugs ....fond memories will keep you forever in our hearts 💕

Viola Devine

February 14, 2021

Lainey. This is the first family day weekend in a long time that we won’t be going out for lunch. Tomorrow for my dinner I will order your fav... Montana’s Honkin’ beef rib. As I eat, I’ll remember all the road trips, casinos, laughter, shopping at Kohls, great times with Seanson, dining out, celebrations, you sneaking a bite in Paul’s car, the shared friendships, that damned cat Ralphie and mostly the valuable time spent together over the last 3 weeks with you and your precious family. The memories will always bring you back to us and I will hold them close in my heart.
Rest now, sweet Lainey
💕Viola/Viney/Vineson💕

Kelly Kearns

February 12, 2021

My sincere condolences to the Cascanette and extended family members. I will cherish my memories of Charlaine as a kind and loving person. I’m so grateful to have known her.

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