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Funeral announcements at the complex

Roy MURAT ERTASKIRAN

1935-2024 July 10, 2024

C'est avec une profonde tristesse que nous annonçons le décès de Roy Murat Ertaskiran, né le 11 février 1935 à Istanbul, et décédé le 10 juillet 2024 à Montréal.

Il laisse dans le deuil son épouse Suzanne Delage, ses deux fils: Alexandre Ertaskiran, époux de Danielle Van Patter, et Antoine Ertaskiran, époux de Élise Boulanger, ainsi que ses petits enfants: Corinne, Adrien, Sebastien et Elliott.

Sa famille et ses amis garderont toujours en mémoire son esprit généreux, son sens de l’humour et sa bienveillance. Une cérémonie en sa mémoire aura lieu le vendredi 19 juillet 2024 à 11h30,  à l’église Arménienne Apostolique Saint-Grégoire l'Illuminateur situé au 615 av. Stuart, Outremont, Qc H2V 3H2. 

En mémoire de Roy, nous vous invitons à faire un don à la société Alzheimer: https://alzheimer.ca/fr/agissez/faites-un-don-aujourdhui

Mihail MALCIU

1936-2024 June 27, 2024

C’est avec grande tristesse et le cœur lourd que nous vous annonçons le décès de Mihail Malciu à l'âge de 88 ans. Il laisse dans le deuil plusieurs parents et amis.

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Mihail Malciu at the age of 88. He leaves behind family and friends. 



Ivy Hermine McHargh-Gooden

1934-2024 April 29, 2024

Ivy Hermine Gooden Beloved wife, sister, sister-in-law, aunt, and friend, passed away peacefully on April 29th, 2024 at the age of 90. She will be dearly missed by her family and friends.

Born on March 6th, 1934, in Kingston Jamaica, Ivy Hermine Gooden was the daughter of Adrian McHargh and Eva Leg. She grew up in St. Elizabeth in a little country town named Mulgrave in St. Elizabeth Jamaica. While in Jamaica she met Charlie Gooden, and they fell in love and got married. In 1962 she migrated to Canada on the West Indian Domestic Scheme a targeted immigration program through which approximately 3,000 women from the Caribbean came to Canada to work as domestic workers. When in North America she lived both in Canada and the United States and ultimately made Montreal, Quebec her forever home with her husband. She worked as a caregiver and nursing assistant.

Affectionately known as Sista Tuna, Auntie Tuna, or Sister Golden. She will forever be known for her unwavering kindness, compassion, and generosity. Her creative nature was demonstrated in her love for needlepoint, crocheting, and feeding people, as well as her love for fashion.

Throughout her life, Ivy Hermine Gooden was deeply involved with her church and was ordained as Mother Gooden for her devotion for God and commitment. Ivy Hermine Gooden dedicated her life to serving others and had a profound impact on all who knew her.

Her warm smile and gentle spirit brought joy to everyone she met and her dedication to helping those in need will leave a legacy of love and service.

Ivy Hermine Gooden will be deeply missed but never forgotten.

 

"To everything there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up that which is planted."

Ecclesiastes 3:1-2