In memory of

Michael Raymond S. L. Munian

June 23, 1940 -  September 18, 2023

Michael Raymond Soornoe Lully Munian, 83 of Toronto, Ontario passed away on September 18, 2023, at the Scarborough Health Network - Centenary Hospital.

Born June 23,1940, in Georgetown, Guyana, to the late James and Lutchmin Munian (Deygoo), Michael was a person who genuinely cared for others. He dedicated his life to helping people, offering advice and guidance whenever possible.

Michael completed his education at Campbellville Government School in Guyana. Although he did not have the opportunity for higher education, he recognized its importance and did his personal best to encourage his children to obtain a solid education to enhance their future success. As a Christian he nurtured his children in the Roman Catholic Faith. In his later years, he drew closer to his faith and often reflected on how God had given him so many chances and how he wished he had lived his life differently.

In his lifetime, Michael proved to be a remarkable entrepreneur, achieving success in several business ventures such as his wholesale milk and shoe distribution businesses. He earned a reputation for reliability and friendly service and was popular and well-liked by his customers.

As a father, he tried to do his best to support and nurture his children, based on what he knew at that time. He loved his children and, although he was known to express his love for them to others, he was not known for expressing his love to them directly. He is survived by his 12 children: Ram, David (Pickey), Feroz, Susan, Linda, Michael, Jonathan, Kevin, Maria Ann, David, Hermes and Latchmin. He was predeceased by his son Peter. He was a proud grandfather of many grandchildren.

Michael is also survived by his brothers, Uriah, John, and James, as well as his sisters, Cynthia (Seenarine), Herma (Husain) and Bridget (Gobin). He is predeceased by his siblings Roland, Lona (Hinds), Lena (Singh), Hermes and Moses.

He leaves to mourn his numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts and uncles from the Munian, Deygoo, Morgan , Boyer and Naraine families.

Funeral arrangements are in the care of The Simple Alternative Funeral Services at 1057 Brock Rd, Pickering, ON L1W 3T7 on Thursday September 28, 2023 with Visitation held from 10-11 am in the chapel, followed by a Catholic funeral service. Private cremation will take place following the service.

In lieu of flowers, monetary or in-kind donations can be made to "Good Shepherd Ministries" to support homeless shelter initiatives.


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Sabrina Munian (Niece)

Entered September 21, 2023 from New York

I am forever grateful for the kindness you showed my dad when he had his stroke. Every morning you would be at his house to help him take his bath and assist in dressing him. I remember you collecting me from the airport in Guyana and how you terrorized me with stories of robberies and killings that happen to people when they go out at night in Guyana. I know now in your own way you were trying to protect me. Thank you uncle Michael. Now you are in God's loving arms. Until we meet again. RIP.

Paul (oswald) McDonald (Family friend)

Entered September 21, 2023 from United States

I grew up with Michael at 3D Middleton Street Campbellville, we lived like family,.For the Munian family I am sorry for your loss.

Stella Clark (Niece)

Entered September 21, 2023 from Barrie Ont

My Uncle Michael was a very loving, caring, respectful and happy person.
He was always very helpful and supportive to me both during my early years as well as my mature years of life.
He will be greatly missed.
May his soul have eternal rest in peace with our Heavenly Father, the Almighty God.
Your loving niece,

Oudit Seenarain (Nephew)

Entered September 22, 2023 from USA

Rest in Peace, Uncle Michael. Your nephew, Oudit.

Lily Munian (Sister-in-Law)

Entered September 22, 2023 from Atlanta, Georgia

Michael brought me to Canada to meet and marry his brother James. He made sure I was taken care of, and was always a friend when needed. We moved to the States but he was only a call away for a laugh and a memory. He was a good man and will be missed. Rest in peace, Michael


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