In Memory Of HORAN, Geraldine

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Will be announced
HORAN Geraldine
February 26,1930 - January 30,2019
Geraldine Frances Horan passed away peacefully with family by her side. Geraldine will be remembered for her enormous heart and her humorous story telling adventures. She lead a life of community service with her involvement in the Girl Guides of Canada and caring for the intellectually handicapped. She was truly one of a kind.
Geraldine was predeceased by her cherished brothers Russell and Edward, sisters-in-law Pat and Iris, sister Margaret and nephew Douglas. She will be deeply missed by her friends Daphne Sebag-Montefiore and Linda Seymour; her nieces Maureen, Kathleen (Jeff Lamela); her nephews Patrick (Ruth), David (Sylvia); great nieces Riannon & Shannon and a number of other nieces and nephews.
The family would like to thank Alexandra and Camille for taking great care of our Auntie Geraldine over the last 18 months.
A celebration of her life will be held during the Spring.

Messages for the Family of HORAN, Geraldine

From: David Pinto

My most sincere condolences.
From: Kate Montefiore

Sending my most sincere condolences.
With many happy memories of holidays at the Merry Monte as a child.
From: Carolyn Merritt, Chantal Dery, Suzanne Dery, Jo-Ann Merritt-Dery

Geraldine will be fondly remembered for her love, generosity, and dedication in the service and caring for others, especially the intellectually handicapped.

Sincere condolences,

Carolyn Merritt, Chantal Dery, Suzanne Dery, Jo-Ann Merritt-Dery
From: Pat Duggan-Pinet

Dear Ruth and Pat, I’m so sorry for your loss. My deepest sympathies.
From: Kate Sebag- Montefiore

Our deepest sympathy to you all.
From Joan, David abd family and Kate and family
From: Maureen Horan

I love you and miss you aunt Geraldine. I have such fond childhood memories of my aunt Geraldine inviting my mom dad n sister Kathleen up north to stay during our summer holidays at her house the Happy Hollow. At first we used to swim in the river out back and later the wonderful pool she had built. The best part was sleeping in a loft you could only get to by a ladder called the tiger room and falling asleep to the sound of the rushing river below
She would take us for ice cream, “putt-putt” and best of all “go carting! “. She always spoiled us . Thanks for everything you did for me and our family.