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GOLDLIST, Max - (October 5, 1922 to May 21, 2020) -  Passed away peacefully at Humber River Hospital after a brief illness.

Predeceased by his wonderful and beloved wife and lifelong partner Molly (nee Camelgar).

Loving father and father-in-law of Glenda, Clifford, Leslie, and Jay. Devoted grandfather of Ashley, Haley and Shayla. Eldest brother of George Goldlist (and Kay deceased) and Sally Cantor, and brother-in-law of Tippi and Erving Kirsh.

Loving uncle of Rodeen, Harley, Jeffrey, Tina and Laurie (deceased) Goldlist, Darryl, Lonnie and Evan Kirsh, Nate and Rochelle Cantor, their spouses and significant others, as well as a great uncle to their children.

Sincerest thanks and deepest gratitude to Max’s wonderful caregivers, Gloria and Modesto JR for all their help.

Max lived a long, healthy and rewarding life.  Family meant everything to him, and he was loved dearly by all.  We will never forget his good nature, sense of humour, and above all, kind heart.

A private family graveside service will be held Sunday, May 24th. The Funeral service will be live-streamed. Please go to smclive.ca.

Memorial donations may be made to The Samuel Camelgar Fund at Baycrest Hospital (416) 785-2875 or Prostate Cancer Care at Sunnybrook Health Centre (416) 480-4483.

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