In memory of

Capt. Charles Edward Pitkin, CD

November 27, 1981 -  May 30, 2022

Charles died at his home in Kanata, Ontario, on May 30, 2022, aged 40. He grew up in North Toronto, and attended Blessed Sacrament School and Lawrence Park Collegiate. In 2002, he was commissioned into the Royal Regiment of Canada. He served with the Royal Canadian Regiment in Afghanistan and on a U.N. mission in South Sudan. In 2012, Charles joined the second battalion Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry and was serving at National Defence Headquarters. Charles was awarded the General Campaign Star South West Asia, the General Service Medal South West Asia, the United Nations Medal for service in South Sudan and the Canadian Forces Decoration. He had also been awarded parachute wings. Charles is survived by his wife, Andrea; his parents, Brian and Joanne of Huntsville, Ontario; his father and mother-in-law, Max and Jan Marechaux of Toronto; his sister, Victoria of Edinburgh, Scotland; and his nieces, Lyra and Nora. Cremation has taken place.


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Karen Carlson (Friend)

Entered August 16, 2022 from Mahone Bay,Nova Scotia

Dear Andrea,Max and Jan
I am shocked and saddened to learn of Charles passing.May you find comfort in your memories and each other.May he Rest In Peace.
My sincere condolences

Lorraine Brunswick (Friend of the Marechaux family.)

Entered August 16, 2022 from Toronto

I am so sorry for Charles’ tragic loss. Hoping you have many wonderful memories to console you.

Sharyn Shell (friend to the Marachaux's)

Entered August 16, 2022 from Toronto

so sorry to see this
my sympathies to Andrea and your family
with respect

Patricia Humphrey (friend of Jan & Max Marechaaux)

Entered August 16, 2022 from Toronto

It's so hard to lose someone you love especially when it happens unexpectedly. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers during this very sad time in your lives.
Love, Patricia xxx

Darleen Falconer (Friend of Andrea)

Entered August 16, 2022 from 111 Prince George Drive

Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality….. Emily Dickinson

Sending love to all.


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