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Kane-Jerrett Funeral Homes

6191 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON

OBITUARY

Sheldon "Nick" Morley Ellison

November 24, 1942January 5, 2020
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Sheldon Morley Ellison “Nick”

Passed away on January 5, 2020 surrounded by his family with peace and love at the age of 77. Loving husband of Victoria Ellison. A devoted Father, predeceased by his son Timothy Ellison. Caring Father-In-Law to Erin and Sean. Dedicated Grandpa of Lindsay and Timothy Jr. Nick was modest of the many accomplishments made throughout his life. He will leave a hole in the hearts of his family, friends and the countless people he touched with his thoughtfulness, good humour and willingness to help at a moment’s notice. Family and friends may call at Kane Jerrett Funeral Home on Monday January 13, 2020 from 2 to 4 pm. Donations in lieu of flowers can be made to the Canadian Lung Association.

Services

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Monday, January 13, 2020
  • Visitation Monday, January 13, 2020

OTHER SERVICES:

  • Cremation

Memories

Sheldon "Nick" Morley Ellison

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Jason Luck

January 13, 2020

Growing up with Tim, Morley was like a second father to me - Making sure we both made the most of our opportunities throughout our childhood and into our school years.
My thoughts and prayers are with everyone who's life was touched by Morley.

Donna Ryan

January 13, 2020

Although I did not know Morley very well, when we crossed paths he always had a kind word to say to me. Thinking of family.

Margaret Whittern

January 12, 2020

dear Vicky, we are heartbroken at the news of Nick's passing. I especially would like to say that he was a very special person in my life since we met so may years ago. We worked together at Newtonbrooke Plaza. Nick was there Saturday mornings with our bacon and tomato on a kaiser for our breakfast at 6am. He was the most amazing young man way back then, he was generous and hilarious. He was my 'wee man' although he was a year younger than I.
Our resident ghost at my house in Willowdale back then scared the beejeezies out of poor Nick. Pages turning on the T.V. guide that was sitting on the coffee table as the draught from upstairs came across the coffee table and on up the chimney. We had lots of laughs over that, he soon got used to the ghost of Mrs. Lambert way back then. We were at his wedding, a great one and he and Vicky were and still are the perfect couple. I will miss you my great pal, we will meet on the other side and I promise to have your favourite Mince and Tatties for you as promised.
Rest in Peace my dear pal and love you forever. In our hearts forever...'mum', Mr. Bones and Rocky Reno and family and our Debby and her family sends her love to you and your family too........xxx Thanks for the memories.......

Lorraine Pollock

January 10, 2020

I worked with Morley for a number of years at the TDSB. He was a kind, generous, humorous man who would go out of his way to help others, and did, many times. The world has lost a fine man. He has left his mark on many people who will remember him with love for a long time to come.
Rest In Peace, Morley.

Albert Devin

January 9, 2020

I first met Nick when he came to work at the refinery at Lipton . One night I was supposed to go over for a spaghetti dinner & meet Vicky but was cancelled because Vicky went into labor. We ended up becoming best friends. He was the best man at my wedding ; a role which he worked tirelessly at & had the time of his life doing .This is where he decided to pull a prank on us by handcuffing my wife & I together.(that was Nick)We needled each other which was always in fun & it also his way to let you know he cared. He was very loyal,never thought of himself first, would give you the shirt off his back & the last dime in his pocket if necessary.He will be missed dearly ,especially his wit,humor & all around presence.My family & I will miss him dearly but also know that he is now at peace . Your bff Al

Colin Berwick

January 8, 2020

Victoria and family
Very sorry to hear, Morley will be missed, our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Colin Berwick and family.

Joan Benetti

January 8, 2020

All my love and sympathies go out to Vicki and the family. I have known Vicki and Nicki for almost 50 years and despite long periods of time between visits, it always felt like we just saw each other yesterday. Nicki made me laugh every time I talked to him and I will FOREVER be grateful for knowing him and Vicki. Rest in Peace Nick. Vicki - know that you WILL get through this with great memories and good friends. Please let me know if I can do anything and keep the communication going.

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