In memory of

Stanley Pyjor

April 13, 1939 -  September 14, 2023

Stanley Zlzislaw Pyjor, born April 13, 1939, age 84, Caledon Ontario, passed away on September 14, 2023, at the Brampton Civic Hospital after a courageous battle with Leukemia.

Stan has left behind a very long list of family, both near and far, including his wife, Anne, son, Gerald, daughter, Maogosha and grandkids, Lee, Kali and Evey. Friends, too many to mention and impossible to name all, but know your friendship was truly important to him and cherished.

Stan lit up the world around him with his smile, laugh, and playful spirit. He was always up for a guitar jam, hide and seek with the grandkids or second helpings of dessert. Everyone knew Stan for his kindness and willingness to "help out," no matter the job or problem.

You have left a wonderful trail of love and memories that are ever lasting.

In lieu of flowers please consider making a blood donation to Canadian Blood Services or a financial donation to a charity close to your heart.


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Jean (Kawa) Hawkins (Cousin)

Entered September 18, 2023 from Toronto

I will always remember his kind spirit, thoughtfulness, love of family and his musical talents. You will be missed.

Marion Brozek and Michael Khalil (Niece)

Entered September 18, 2023 from Cochrane Alberta

My uncle Jerry will be deeply missed and our world is already duller without his smile and laugh.
Marion and Mike

Mary Kowalsky (Friend of the family.)

Entered September 19, 2023

I am so sorry for your loss. I did not know Jerry very well, but Barb, his niece, spoke of him often, and always with a heartwarming story.
My condolences again.

Susan Brown and Steve Karpik (Friends of Maogosha Pyjor (daughter))

Entered September 19, 2023 from Toronto, Ontario

Deepest condolences to you and your family, Maogosha, on the loss of your father. Our thoughts are with you during this difficult time. Susan Brown and Steve Karpik

Ray Bechard (Friend from Cheltenham Jam Music)

Entered September 19, 2023 from Mississauga

Stan and I shared the love of guitar and harmonica music … we played many a song at the OLD GENERAL STORE in Cheltenham on Sunday afternoons over the past 5 or 6 years. His love of old style country western music brought us all many memories of the well known C/W singers/song writers of the past 5 or 6 decades.

We will miss you Stan … and we pray for peace and fond memories for your family to hold in their hearts.


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