In memory of

Herman Rattan

October 17, 1928 -  May 18, 2019

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Lung Association.


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Julian Stanley (My oldest friends Pa.)

Entered May 21, 2019 from Queens New York

It truly wont be the same when I come visit and Pa is not there. Pa u will be truly missed. You can now join ma mom and rest in eternal peace together.
To the Rattan family, my deepest condolences to u all in this very sad time. Much blessings to u all. Love Jules (Julian)

Christina (Rattan) and Peter Corcoran (Niece)

Entered May 21, 2019 from Ottawa ON

We keep you all in our thoughts and prayers as we treasure happy memories of Uncle Herman. May he rest in God's eternal love and peace.

Erica Andre (Granddaughter)

Entered May 22, 2019 from Orlando

I will always remember you singing to us as children always making us laugh and giving us good advice and keeping a smile on your face! You will be missed dearly.

The Poplar Family (Camille’s extended family)

Entered May 22, 2019 from Waterdown

Sharing in your sadness as you remember your dearest Pa.

With our deepest sympathy.

Trevor, Patricia, Lillian and Christina Poplar

Annette Blount (Niece)

Entered May 30, 2019 from Hamilton, Ontario

To Meryl, Camille and family and Pamela, Joey and family...My heartfelt condolences to all of you. I know you all will miss him terribly, but know that he is at Peace, and your memories will always live on forever in your hearts. You now have another Angel watching over you all.
Love always,

Life Stories 

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Camille Papadopoulos (Granddaughter)

Entered May 21, 2019

Herman was born in Fyzabad, Trinidad in 1928.
He moved to Toronto in the early 70's with Marie Louise.

Camille Papadopoulos (Granddaughter)

Entered May 22, 2019

Herman was born in Fyzabad, Trinidad in 1928. In the early 70's, with his wife Louise, he moved to Toronto.
Herman was a wonderful man who loved all of his children including grand & great.
He was a supportive and loving man that was in turn, loved by many friends and family.
Between Marie Louis and Herman, they helped and touched the lives of many people.
Herman cared about the simple things in life; watching sports like hockey and cricket as well as watching shows like CNN and Hee Haw. Some of his hobbies included collecting coins, playing cards and joking around.


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