Giffen-Mack Funeral Home & Cremation Centre

2570 Danforth Ave, Toronto, ON



July 16, 1940September 2, 2019

Mary MICHAILIDIS was born on July 16, 1940 and passed away on September 2, 2019.


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Christine Fleming

September 6, 2019

I’d like to start off with my condolences to Mary’s family and friends. It was truly heartbreaking to hear of her passing.
I first met Mary approx. 2 years ago. Since then, I have many fond memories. We had a lot in common despite our age difference. Mary spoke so highly of her family whom she adored and she blushed with pride over her daughters and her grandsons. She would often speak about her frequent visits with her grandson and most recently the visit she had with one of her daughters which made her so happy and overjoyed. She was so very proud of all of them, often showing family photos. We developed a close relationship especially over the past year. My daughter would knock on her door almost daily and together they would bash Donald trump. She was my daughter’s #1 supporter as she encouraged her to practice her cartwheels on the front lawn, showering her with hugs and kisses. We laughed and we cried. She spoke often about how she lived a good life and had no regrets on how she lived. She would talk to me about her younger years in Greece, her parents and how she missed her mother dearly. Mary spoke of times when she volunteered doing manicures at Baycrest as well as an oncology clinic to help others in their darkest of times which also helped her heal from the loss of her mother. I was star struck when she told me how she had met her fair share of famous actors and had a small part in a movie that was filmed in Toronto. Mary was a loving and kind woman, she was aware of my loses in life and used to tell me “I’m your mother now” as she kissed me on my forehead. She was a wise woman and would often give me advice with parenting, relationships and work life. We looked forward to spending time with Mary and she looked forward to spending time with us. She will be greatly missed. Again, I offer my deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy to her family and friends. The world has lost a beautiful women inside and out but heaven has gained an angel.