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Giffen-Mack Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

2570 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON

OBITUARY

Hazel Mary Guthro

November 9, 1927January 27, 2020
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Hazel Mary Guthro known to her family as Miss Bud was born November 9th, 1927 in Chatham Head, New Brunswick. She passed away peacefully on Monday, January 27th, 2020 in Brighton, Ontario due to complications from a broken pelvis she had sustained back in December. Daughter of Margaret and Cedrick, Hazel was the last of her beloved siblings Weldon, Merl, Gerald and Gladys. Hazel loved to spend time with her family in Renfrew Ontario and down east. She was a true east coast girl through and through, never turning down fresh fish. Hazel lived for playing bingo with her friends at Dolphin Gaming. She would come home sharing stories of all the nice runners or “Girls” as she would call them. And wouldn’t dare miss a Birthday there with her long time friends and family. Hazel loved to dance and have a good time. She was quite the social butterfly and will be greatly missed by anyone who ever had the privilege of knowing her. Hazel’s greatest treasure and accomplishment in life was raising her son Wayne. She will be missed dearly by both Wayne and his wife Helen. She leaves 8 Grandchildren: Kevin & Ashley, Katelyn & Stephen, Lucas, Lizzie, Dakota and Victoria; and 2 soon to be 3 great grandchildren: Ben, Nevaeh and Natalie; and dear family friends Grace and Don. Her celebration of life will be held at Giffen - Mack Funeral home on Saturday, February 1st, 2020. Visitation from 12:00pm - 3:00pm and Service to follow. Refreshments to follow at the Royal Canadian Legion located at 9 Dawes Rd, Toronto, ON M4C 5A8, all are welcomed. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Native Child and Family Services. https://nativechild.org/about-us/make-a-donation/

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, February 1, 2020
  • Chapel Service Saturday, February 1, 2020

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Cheryl Bolyea

January 30, 2020

My Aunt Hazel was all about family, bingo and dancing. I remember when I was a wee girl my Grandpa Savoie ( Aunt Hazels younger brother), Grandma and Aunt Hazel would go to" Grandma Lees" to dance. I would stand on my Grandpas feet as he danced with my Grandma or Aunt Hazel. I will miss Aunt Hazel. She was an formidable woman, who loved deeply and her family was everything. She will always be in my heart

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