In memory of

Jane Ann Moodie Piasecki

October 23, 1918 -  June 9, 2019

Jane Ann Moodie Piasecki (nee Mochan) died June 9, 2019 in Toronto after living 100 full years . At the end, Mom was as gentle and calm as she had been all her life. Born in Dundee, Scotland October 23, 1918 she was the eldest of the 7 children of David Mochan and Jeannie Mochan (nee Edwards) .
Her working life began in Scotland as a teacher and she continued to teach in Canada until she became a school Principal with the Toronto Separate School Board.
She had a curious mind, loved to read about us human beings and how we came to be, and tried to understand this rapidly changing world around us. When she was able to, she loved to travel to places of interest such as Turkey, even in her 90th year.
We were able to celebrate the happy occasion of her 100 years of life in October 2018 with many of her family around her. Hearing about and seeing her grandchildren and great grandchildren gave her much pleasure in her final years.
Predeceased by her husband Mieczyslaw Z. Piasecki in 1969, her son Michael J. Piasecki ( Mariellen) in 1993 and grandson Gregory M. Leclair in 2017, she is survived by her children :Tony (Nancy) , Susan, Joan (Dave) and Peter (Francine and son Max). Survived by her grandchildren: Jennifer (Vance), Danielle, Michelle (Domenico), Taylor (Sarah), Adam, Lauren, Jessica (Chris), Claire (Matt), Kathleen, Cameron (Victoria), Matthew (Megan), Sebastian, and Jane.
Survived by her great grandchildren: Sienna, Olivia and Charlotte.
Also survived by the Hutt and Mochan families of Dundee, Scotland. She will be remembered fondly by all.

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the charity of your choice.


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Jim and Erin Carlson (Friend of the family)

Entered June 12, 2019 from Brighton, Ontario

We are so sorry and our thoughts and prayers are with all of you. She will live on in all of our hearts and memories. Rest In Peace Mrs Piasecki ❤️

Shaun Mochan (Nephew)

Entered June 12, 2019 from Glasgow, Scotland

On behalf of my partner Carol and myself please accept our deepest condolences at your loss.

Sheri & Allan Sutherland (My best friends Mum)

Entered June 12, 2019 from Lake Wylie SC

So blessed to have know this sweet woman. I share many fond memories of camping trips in Algonquin Park and many an afternoon at the Piasecki’s home in Scarborough. Rest In Peace dear soul and always remember how much joy you brought to all those around you especially your dear family. You will be warmly remembered

Christina A. Cavanagh (Friend)

Entered June 12, 2019 from Toronto

A tribute to a wonderful and incredible lady, who gave so much of herself in her work and to her loving family. Hers was a life very well lived, full of treasured memories for all who loved her most dearly.

Sylvia Piasecki (Mother of Lauren and Kathleen)

Entered June 13, 2019 from Pickering, Ontario

I am forever grateful that my daughters had such a loving and kind Grandmother who was always there for them. She was an inspiration and role model who will be truly missed. My sincere condolences and may all the wonderful memories of her comfort you, her family. Rest in Peace Grandma/Jean.


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