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Doris Cesaroni

Doris Marie Cesaroni (Beaulieu)

Wednesday, September 16th, 1931 - Thursday, September 17th, 2020
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Cesaroni, Doris Marie
September 16, 1931 - September 17, 2020

Peacefully at Fenelon Court Long Term Care in Fenelon Falls on Thursday, September 17, 2020 at the age of 89. She was surrounded by flowers and her favourite music holding her daughter's hand. Doris Marie (nee Beaulieu) was the devoted and loving mother of Carla Cesaroni and her husband Iain McPherson of Toronto, and Anthony Cesaroni and his wife Judy Kiyonaga of Sarasota, Florida. Dear grandmother of Kristofer, Gregory and Lisa. Doris will be missed by her surviving brothers and sisters, Clayton Beaulieu, Mona Beaulieu, Connie Beaulieu and Gail Michaud. Doris was a one of a kind, funny, artistic, complicated, a challenging character with a big heart and generous soul. She loved Tom Jones, being her in garden surrounded by her flowers and the birds, cooking for people (especially Tourtiere) and most of all her chihuahuas. The family of invite friends and family to join them on Saturday, October 3 at 1:30p.m. via Facebook Live on the Jardine Funeral Home's social media account: https://www.facebook.com/jardinefuneralhome
If desired memorial donations to Canadian Mental Health would be sincerely appreciated. To leave an on-line condolence, share a memory or photo please visit: www.jardinefuneralhome.com
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  • Virutal Celebration of Life

    Saturday, October 3rd, 2020 | 1:30pm
    When
    Saturday, October 3rd, 2020 1:30pm
    Location
    Facebook Live. Follow @jardinefuneralhome
    Address
    Address Not Available
    Officiant
    Tim Wessell

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Lisa Cesaroni

Posted at 03:15pm
We will miss you, Nana! The turkey soup, the times we would come up to help with cutting down trees for fire wood, Lisa’s red coat, random trips to Eaton’s center, IGA for ice cream, Sears in Lindsay, throwing moth balls in the basement, all the tea roses and hanging flower baskets on the front porch with wind chimes, all the hummingbird feeders, helping out with garage sales, and one of Gregg's personal favorites, his “treasure chest” with new presents every time we came to visit. She had a different wreath on her front door for each season and angels on her fireplace mantle at Christmas time. She never failed to display the arts & crafts that we made for her year after year. We remember the Popeye candy sticks, jumbo bags of red licorice, and green & red jello she gave us every time we visited. Kris and Lisa have reddish tones in their hair, thanks to her. Lisa liked Gina even though she is allergic to dogs - Gina used to fall asleep on Gregg's lap. We had swordfights with the gigantic icicles that formed on her roof. We went to Thanksgiving dinner at Nana's in 2002. We loved passing by the Shoe Trees on the drive up to her home and when we brought her to the cottage. She always had funny one-liners and a quirky sense of humor. Nana bought Gregg a toy engine model when he was little, and now he's a mechanical engineer who launches rockets into space. Kris loved the sandbox, his first tricycle, and black Corvette pedal car that she gave him. Whenever Kris stayed overnight with Nana when she was living in Scarborough, she took him to McDonald's for ice cream cones in the largest size they sold. We can go on and on with memories! It was worth driving 256 km every month to see her and her chihuahuas. She will be missed forever.

Love always,
Kristofer, Greggory, and Lisa
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Renee Palmberg

Posted at 12:52am
With thoughts of peace and courage for you,
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