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Kane-Jerrett Funeral Homes

6191 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON

OBITUARY

Elena Mae Poblacion

May 7, 1965September 29, 2019
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Elena Mae Poblacion was born on May 7, 1965 in Janiuay, Iloilo and passed away on September 29, 2019 in Toronto, Ontario.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visiting Friday, October 11, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Saturday, October 12, 2019

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Committal Service

Memories

Elena Mae Poblacion

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Erica Kim

October 18, 2019

I met Elena when we were both going through breast cancer treatment in 2016. We became friends where we understood eachother. We shared our hopes and fears and gave support when it was needed. Thank you for encouraging me. I will miss you. You were a beautiful friend and an amazing Mom to Jovan. She would talk proudly about you Jovan and your love for soccer. She is forever going to watch over you and guide you.

Laura Ziliotto

October 10, 2019

Hey Jovan, We are so sorry we have to miss your mom's funeral. We wanted to be there and will be thinking of you. Make sure you text Zach a lot and force him to do things. He always wants to but is lazy. I'll never forget watching all those soccer games with your wonderful mom, and track too. I will miss her and all her texting too. Take care and hopefully we will see you soon. Maybe another Raptors game?
Love Laura ZILIOTTO (and Dave, Zach, Peter, Grace and Joey)

Rosella Allesor

October 10, 2019

A Mass Offering for you...

From: Peter & Rosella Natividad

Rosella Allesor

October 7, 2019

I want to remember you smiling and contented on a very fine day at the zoo.

Rosella Allesor

October 7, 2019

You and Jovan at the ROM.

Rosella Allesor

October 7, 2019

You'll be forever in our hearts.

Rosella Allesor

October 7, 2019

We’ve shared many long conversations throughout the years. We shared our hardships and simple joys in life. I’ll never forget the time we were both pregnant and watched White Chicks. We laughed boisterously and ended up catching our breath while tearing up at the same time. I won’t forget that one time we dined in Mandarin how afraid we were driving on potholes and road bumps since we ate too much that it hurts. Lol

We brought the kids to places that they’ll enjoy while catching up at the same time. Then one day you became ill. You still every much tried to be a Mom, aunt, friend and patient all at the same time. You supported me with my grievances as you battled yours. Preparing yourself and setting your affairs in order for the inevitable is both heartbreaking and commendable. I hope that when my time comes that I’m as courageous as you were.

I’ll surely miss you.

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