CUSATI, Sandra (nee Curcuruto) - (1955 - 2021) - It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved Sandra Cusati (nee Curcuruto) on March 4th, 2021.
She is reunited with her dear father, Giuseppe “Joe."
Sandra will be forever missed by her sons Dominic (Kelly) and Daniel (Hiliary); grandchildren Jaxson and Travis; mother, Edda; partner Elvis; his children Danny (Lisa) and Rosanna (Marcelo); and grandchildren Ariana, Alicia, Sophia, Danielle, Julio, and Tahlia; siblings Anna (Warren) and Leo; as well as many nieces, aunts, uncles, cousins, and cherished friends from all corners of the world.
Sandra grew up in Toronto before moving to Brampton to raise her cherished boys. She was a devoted mother, always putting the needs of her family before herself. She returned to school and worked hard to complete her CGA in order to provide a better life for her sons. She was always their biggest supporter, surrounding them in constant unconditional love.
Many wonderful years were spent with her loving partner, Elvis, creating an infinite flow of cherished memories. Together they enjoyed dancing, travelling, and motorcycle rides. Sandra loved spending winters in Florida with Elvis where she hosted parties, learned to golf, and taught friends to dance and play bocce.
She lived for her grandchildren, endlessly praising them to everyone she met. She loved spending time with them playing legos, conducting science experiments, and cheering them on at sporting events.
Sandra will always be remembered for her warm smile and beautiful soul, and for the immense love she showed to her friends and family.
The family would like to thank the dedicated Oncology staff at Brampton Civic Hospital for their unwavering care and compassion.
Donations can be made to the William Osler Health Foundation, https://oslerfoundation.akaraisin.com/ui/covid19 ; or The Foundation for Women's Cancer, https://www.foundationforwomenscancer.org/support-us/donate/
Visitation Arrangements are entrusted with Ward funeral home, Woodbridge chapel - RSVP required with the funeral home.
Respecting the current situation and pandemic restrictions, the service and cremation will be private. The family has provided the opportunity to view the LiveStream service, with details on the funeral home's website.