In memory of

Kay Kikue Tsunokawa

September 3, 1941 -  November 5, 2022

Kay Kikue Tsunokawa of Etobicoke, Ontario passed away peacefully on November 5, 2022, at Etobicoke General Hospital, after a short illness at 81 years of age.
Kay is survived by her loving husband, Bob Tsunokawa. She is also survived by her sister, Jackie Murata, and many nieces and nephews.
She was born to the late Fumiko Sumi and Kazuo Matsumoto on September 3, 1941, in Ozaki, Japan. Kay spent most of her childhood in Yonago, Japan with her mother, sister and grandmother. She then immigrated to Canada in 1954.
After retiring from a long and fulfilling career at the Bank of Montreal, Kay was actively involved with seniors’ classes and activities including 10-pin bowling and lawn bowling. Kay and Bob loved to travel and some of her favourite places were the Caribbean, South America, Europe, Asia and Alaska.
Next year would have been their 50th wedding anniversary.
The family is having a small, private memorial service at The Simple Alternative Funeral Centre. Written tributes and photos may be submitted and will be posted to this website. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to your favourite charity.


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Babs Deonarain (Great Friend)

Entered November 10, 2022 from Mississauga

I met and worked with Kay at the Bank of Montreal in 1989. We were very close and even though she retired for a long time we kept in touch. The last time I spoke to Kay was on her birthday on September 3/22. Kay was a very quiet and helpful person and I will miss her very much. My deepest and heartfelt condolences to her husband Bob, her sister and her family. May she Rest In Eternal Peace in God’s beautiful garden. Goodbye my friend ❤️❤️🙏🏽🙏🏽

Grace Mason (Friend)

Entered November 13, 2022 from Mississauga

I knew Kay from working at the Bank of Montreal
Kay was always so kind and thoughtful
My condolences to her husband and all the family Rest In Peace beautiful Kay 🌹🌹


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