Obituaries

Nadia Nykolyn
D: 2017-10-20
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Nykolyn, Nadia
Andrew Yurkiw
D: 2017-10-20
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Yurkiw, Andrew
Nancy Margaret Kingdon-Anderson
D: 2017-10-19
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Kingdon-Anderson, Nancy Margaret
Jerry Smolyk
B: 1945-08-18
D: 2017-10-18
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Smolyk, Jerry
Luella Yakymyshyn
D: 2017-10-18
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Yakymyshyn, Luella
Sophie Melnyk
D: 2017-10-18
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Melnyk, Sophie
Olga Betey
B: 1929-03-06
D: 2017-10-18
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Betey, Olga
Annette Bienvenue
D: 2017-10-18
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Bienvenue, Annette
Jacek Fulara
D: 2017-10-16
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Fulara, Jacek
George Ernest Dolinsky
D: 2017-10-16
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Dolinsky, George Ernest
Evison Ives Carefoot
B: 1922-06-18
D: 2017-10-16
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Carefoot, Evison Ives
Kenneth Heaton
D: 2017-10-16
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Heaton, Kenneth
Linda Ann Tessier (nee Leonard)
B: 1961-01-13
D: 2017-10-15
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Tessier (nee Leonard), Linda Ann
Lillian Kuch
B: 1933-10-19
D: 2017-10-14
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Kuch, Lillian
John Kolacz
D: 2017-10-13
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Kolacz, John
Olive Grace Bezboridka (nee McCartney)
D: 2017-10-13
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Bezboridka (nee McCartney), Olive Grace
Olga Cherniawsky
B: 1923-06-14
D: 2017-10-12
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Cherniawsky, Olga
Manuel De Medeiros Pombeiro
D: 2017-10-12
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Pombeiro, Manuel De Medeiros
Anne Stelmack
D: 2017-10-12
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Stelmack, Anne
Vincenzo Tripodi
D: 2017-10-12
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Tripodi, Vincenzo
Emil Laskiwski
B: 1931-05-16
D: 2017-10-12
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Laskiwski, Emil

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  1. Resist the temptation to dismiss their death as "timely" or "inevitable". While this is one way to rationalize the loss, it doesn't touch your emotions. You have experienced a significant loss and you need to take time to grieve. The majority of people whose parents die are employed full time. A three-day bereavement leave isn't enough time to deal with this loss. Be aware of the need to adjust your personal schedule to take time to grieve.
  2. Work at keeping the lines of communication open between you and your siblings. They understand more than anyone what your loss entails. Remember each member of the family has a personal loss and each will mourn the death of your parent for different reasons and in different ways.
  3. Find one or two close friends with whom you can talk. People often say, "My friends don't want to hear about this!" All your friends won't, but ask one or two for permission to use them as sounding boards. There are also professionals you may call on: your doctor, your clergy, a counsellor or your funeral director.
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  5. Draw on the resources of your faith to sustain you. How does your faith or spirituality address the issue of dying? How does it help you make sense of life? Does it help you answer your questions?
  6. Although your parent is physically dead, he or she will continue to live through you. The values your parent gave you will affect you - for better, or worse - for the rest of your life. Take what is good from them and incorporate it more fully into your life and be thankful for the good you received.

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