In memory of

Nazareth John D'Souza

April 29, 1941 -  January 7, 2023


I just wanted to let you know I made it home.

Everything is so pretty here, so fresh so new.
I wish that you could close your
eyes so you could see it too.

Please try not to be sad for me. Try to understand.
God is taking care of me...
I'm in the shelter of His hands.

Here there is no sadness, no sorrow,
and no pain. Here there is no crime,
and I will never hurt again.

Here it is so peaceful when all the angels sing.
I really have to go now...
I've just got to try my wings.


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Chris Lobo (Friends)

Entered January 9, 2023 from Mississauga

Nazareth had such a wonderful nature that he instantly put you at ease. He was so full of life and so full of spirit.

Your friends from Soccer offer you Aaron, Petula and Malaika and the extended family our very heartfelt condolences at this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

May Nazareth's soul rest in Eternal Peace ...

Clarissa Fernandes (Friend)

Entered January 9, 2023 from Mississauga

Condolences to Petula, Aaron, Malaika and your family. May your dad’s soul Rest In Peace. You are in our prayers.

Valentine and Anna Coelho (Cousin)

Entered January 10, 2023 from Goa, India

We have good memories of Nazu. We are grateful for all the times we crashed into their home in Poolgate, Pune - he always made us feel at home. We shared out Perada recipe with him and he soon excelled at it! We pray that God has mercy on him and that he grants him Eternal Rest in his Abode. Our deepest sympathies to all in the immediate family. Love, Vally and Annu

Celine Castelino (Wife Philomena's cousin)

Entered January 10, 2023 from England

Sending thoughts, prayers and deepest sympathy from my Mum, Lilian, and me. May he rest in peace.

Anita Van Zeeland (Good Friend of the family)

Entered January 10, 2023 from Port Perry

My thoughts and love are with both of you - Kenneth and Tania and for Daddy, Godspeed - you will forever be in all our hearts.


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