Christina Vasiliadis fought her whole life after being diagnosed with type 1 Diabetes at the age of one years old. She overcame this illness to live a fulfilled life completing paramedic schooling at Humber College approximately 1979 and went on to help many people as a nursing assistant, working in nursing homes as well as in private homes. The Canadian Diabetes Association awarded Christina with a life achievement for living 50 years without compilations due to type 1 Diabetes as this is not often achieved. She was loved and adored by many people throughout her life as she was a kind hearted person who enjoyed helping other. She was an avid gardener and read of many many books throughout her lifetime. With her collection of books we could start a small library. Christina Vasiliadis had lost her battle with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. She was diagnosed on February of this year (2020) and even though she underwent surgery and treatment, it wasn't enough to stop the cancer. She died peacefully in her sleep on August 5th of this year at the age of 64. She is survived by her husband Carl Wilmot, daughter Michele Wilmot, parents Eleftheria & Michael Vasiliadis, brothers Chris & Steve Vasiliadis, sister in-laws Kena & Sofie Vasiliadis, her niece & nephew Nichole & Michael Vasiliadis, as well as many other cousins, uncles and aunts. She will be dearly missed by her many friends and family.
Donations can be given to the Trails Youth Initiatives organization in memory of Christina Vasiliadis.
Info: There will be two time slots set aside for the viewing of Christina Vasiliadis. The first will be at 2 - 4pm and the last will be at 6 - 8pm. Due to COVID 19, all visitation and funeral services are subject to attendance restrictions and limited to invitation only.