In memory of

Mount Pleasant Candlelight Memorial 2021

December 8, 2021

In honour of remembering loved ones during the holiday season, we invite you to view our Virtual Candlelight Memorial Service.

This year's memorial service has been recorded and will be posted to this website as of Wednesday, December 8, 2021 at 7 pm.
All are invited to share the viewing of the service at your convenience in the comfort of your homes until January 20, 2022.

The program will include readings, reflections, musical interludes, a candle-lighting ceremony and an In Memoriam photo gallery to honour those we cared for who are no longer with us. For the lighting of the candles, we encourage you to have 1 to 7 candles or tealights and a lighter, ready to light along with us.

To view the memorial service, please click on the "Candlelight Memorial Service" button below.

To view photos submitted for the In Memoriam photo gallery, please click on "Media" in the toolbar at the top of this webpage, and then "Videos".

You may also click on Sign the Guestbook to write a tribute in memory of your loved one.

Thank you for participating in our Candlelight Memorial Service.


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robert prevost (Brother)

Entered November 29, 2021 from Cave Creek

She was a bull in a china shop but her heart was gold. I will miss her fierce independence, her strong will and her loud laugh. I will miss her in every way. Rest in peace my little sister.

Caroline Pangilinan (Niece)

Entered December 6, 2021 from West Virginia, USA

Residing here in the states . Just wanted to remember my uncle who passed away July 05th.
He’s my Uncle who I dearly love ❤️

Patricia A Davies (Friend)

Entered December 7, 2021 from Toronto

I often think of David and miss seeing him. With his quiet presence and dry sense of humour he made a positive impact on me and our euchre group.
Rest in peace David

Raiyden, Alison & Aldwyn (Grandson, Daughter-in-law & Son)

Entered December 8, 2021 from NORTH YORK

Not a day goes by that we don't think of you, we miss you so deeply but knowing you're in a better place, looking down on us makes the healing process much easier.
We love you Lolo / Dad, Rest in peace

Neil (old friend)

Entered December 8, 2021 from Ottawa, Ontario

met in the 90s when we were both street kids. never really talked much or connected until late 2017. and when you left again for Toronto, I felt a lump in my throat because I just knew it would be the last time we'd talk. RIP