In memory of

Stuart Edward Aiken

April 29, 1944 -  December 15, 2019

With profound sadness we announce the passing of Stuart Aiken, our loving and devoted Husband and friend to all whose lives he touched, on December 15, 2019, aged 75 years.

He was the beloved husband of Georgia, loving brother-in-law of Toula and Helmut, loving uncle to Christos, Katrina, Peter, Janice, Lara, Melissa and David.

A memorial service will be held on Friday December 20 at 11am at the Pine Hills Cemetery and Funeral Centre, 625 Birchmount Road, Scarborough, ON.


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Fran and Cy Bulkis (Good friends)

Entered December 18, 2019

Georgie, our heartfelt condolences to you and family, we will miss Stu so much, especially all our golf days and dinners out afterward, so many good times and good laughs! Our thoughts are with you and so sorry we couldn’t be there on Friday, but we will be thinking of you every minute. Love Fran and Cy

Wendy and Joe Brown (schoolmate, team-mate and friend)

Entered December 18, 2019 from Pickering, ON

Sincere condolences to Stuart's family. He was a cherished friend remembered by both my wife and I since high school.. Later, Stuart and I played ball together and would get together in our 'retired lives' for a golf game or a visit to Timmies. He will be missed!

Cy & Fran Bulkis (Friend)

Entered December 18, 2019 from Delray Beach Florida

Dear Georgie:

FRAN and I are very saddened with the passing of our golfing partner and our friend.

We both regret that we cannot attend the memorial service for your beloved husband and our special friend.

May you be spared any more sorrow.


Life Stories 

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Mike Sharp (Friend)

Entered December 20, 2019 from The Maritimes

Although I was never in the same class at school as "Stuey" (yes,that's the name I knew him by) we did play in the same hockey league in the late fifties & early sixties .... I can honestly say that Stuey was one of the best skaters I had ever seen at that time .... he literally "floated" around the ice and effortlessly skated circles around most of the other players .... I played "goalie" on an opposing team in those days & anytime Stuey's team & my team faced each other, we always had a standing bet of 25 cents on our performance .... if he "scored on me" I would give him a quarter at school the next day and if I "shut him out" he would give me a quarter, ( I still think he owes me a quarter 😊) .... in 2008 we were reunited at Porter's 50 Year Reunion .... it was wonderful seeing Stuey again after so many years, and yes we did talk about our "standing hockey bet" of so many years past although I didn't mention "the quarter" .... Stuey was kind enough to send me some sports photos of teams that he played for back then ..... I hope I'm able to post all of them .... in closing I'd just like to say to Stuey on a personal note .... thank you Stuey for the wonderful times we shared together both on the ice and off .... I only wish I could be with you on Friday, but you know I'll be there in spirit .... Rest Peacefully My Friend 😢


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