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Giffen-Mack Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

2570 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON

OBITUARY

Belfield St. Clair Alleyne

September 15, 1929June 22, 2020
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Passed away peacefully, on Monday June 22, 2020. Beloved husband of the late Dorothy Alleyne (nee Bynoe). Loving father of Judy Brewster, Maureen Weekes (Peter), Junior Brewster (Erlyn). Loved and remembered by his grandchildren and great grandchildren Pedro, Corey, Kim, Jelani, Vanessa and Jonathan; Brianna, Sean, Jelesha, Khaliq, Savannah, Sierra and Neymar. Brother to Eileen (Lionel), Athelston, Velda (Felix) and the late Lauriston and Sonny. Loving uncle to many nieces and nephews, kind and gentle to so many hearts. Belfield loved his family and family get togethers. He enjoyed cricket, hockey, wrestling, baseball and politics. Belfield was an active member of the Barbados Ex-police Association. Those who were privileged enough to know him will miss his gentle demeanor and his hearty laugh. Due to pandemic restrictions, for visitation please contact Miriam at 416-209-1706.

Services

  • Facebook Live Stream Funeral Service

    Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Memories

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Shirley Gilkes

July 5, 2020


I remember as a little girl going at my godfather's worked shop where Belfield was learning the shoemaker's trade, he liked to tease me, and I would hold on to my mother's dress and wrap around her almost exposing her, and she would say "Belfield'
you won left my child lone? I can still remember that tall handsome young man, with
the million $ smile. the last time I saw him was 2004 at the police picnic, and he looked the same way I was on cloud nine he did not changed at all, was I ever happy to see him;
I spoke to him last year, and was looking forward to speaking with him when He got to
Velda's house, only when she called me that morning, it was to say he had passed, I just
lost it, anyway memories are the flowers in the garden of the heart.
Dear friend until we meet again, [ REST IN PEACE]

Judy Brewster

July 2, 2020

Dad,
God saw you could no longer go on, and called you home. He wanted you in a better place, and that’s where you are.

Although we miss you terribly, we have very good memories, and we will get the strength to go on, but not without thinking or talking about you each day.

I see you picture and I talk to you like you are still here, this will not change.

Rest In Peace until we meet again.

All my Love, Judy.

Special Thanks to Dr. Anne Stewart and Dr. Maayon Seitelbach, and the staff at VHA Home Health Care, also to the staff at Giffen Mack Funeral Home and Cremation Centre, who provided excellent care. You folks are awesome.

Special Thanks to my church family, and our Priest Canon Richard Tanner, what an amazing group, for all the calls, cards and prayers, (which are still coming). This is very much appreciated.

May God Bless You All.
Judy.

Velda Beckles

July 1, 2020

Belfield my big brother,

I will surely miss you.

I will miss the time we have spent together and your beautiful smile.

I will miss your call requesting me to make sugar cakes, turnovers and souse for you (I will grater the coconut).

You will always be in my heart.

Rest in peace brother

Velda

Miriam Beckles

July 1, 2020

Uncle,
You will be dearly missed. I will miss your wit and your hearty laugh.

Thank you for all the lessons and memories.

I lay to rest my friend, confidant and Uncle. God saw your pain and decided to bring you home to him.

Rest in peace

Ronald & Elizabeth Campbell

June 30, 2020

We want to express our condolences, Judy, on the passing of your father. It was a very nice service that the family organized for him today. Although members of St. Michael's couldn't attend the funeral service, we were there in spirit and we are with you during your time of mourning.

Junior Brewster

June 30, 2020

I want to especially thank all those caregivers who took the time out to care for my dad during this Covid-19 pandemic, and those who expressed condolences, kind words,or expressed support in terms of prayers. Thanks also to the undertaker, funeral director and those who contributed to ensuring he got even the best in death. Thanks again.

Fay Lucas

June 30, 2020

God took you home to be in his care
No goodbyes, No farewells.

Your time on earth was one of smiles and laughter, picnics, bus rides and trips home. You were never alone until the love of your life Dorothy left this earth.

No longer will we discuss politics, cricket or how dressing has changed, as you were always smartly attired from the crown of your head to your feet.

Belfield my friend, so long, until we meet again in God’s Garden.

Lucas Family
Barbados

Annette & Elmont Cumberbatch

June 30, 2020


You may be gone from our sight but you will never be gone from our hearts.

Thank you for a lifetime of memories.

Eternal rest grant unto our beloved Belfield O Lord and let perpetual light shine upon him may he Rest In Peace Amen

Our sincere condolences to the Belfield family. May the good Lord comfort you in this time of sadness and grief.

Maxcine Gittens

June 30, 2020

My condolence to the Belfield family. God has called another one of his angels home. May he continue to rest in eternal peace.

Lisa Bynoe-Stevens

June 30, 2020

Thank-you, Uncle Belfield, for all the lovely memories filled with laughter.
May you rest in peace.
“And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away.“
Revelation 21:4
(From my husband, Kevin, my father, Clennell Bynoe, my mother, Jean Bynoe, and I)

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