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Dignity Memorial - GTA

 Raising funds for BFO-TORONTO |
 BFO Toronto and Halton- Peel 5K Memorial 2022

For over 40 years, Bereaved Families of Ontario has been supporting grieving Ontarians. BFO offers peer based support at no cost to those in need.

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The Dignity Memorial - GTA Team is proud to participate in the 5KM walk that will take place on Saturday October 15, 2022 in an effort to raise funds.

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Charbonneau LorraineCHARBONNEAU, Lorraine Elizabeth (nee Scott)Peacefully at home on Tuesday July 20, 2021, courageous and delightful until the very end.

Lorraine had a 37-year career with CIBC, starting as a clerk at St-Clair and Boon, progressing through branches, legal division and retiring from the Ombudsman’s office.

Born in Rochester, N.Y., she carried an American passport, but had a true Canadian heart.

Lorraine was a voracious reader, crossword solver, and skilled gardener.

She will be dearly missed by Bob, her beloved husband and soulmate for over 37 years. Together, they enjoyed extensive travel adventures but were happiest together at home, enjoying candlelight and wine dinners almost every Saturday.

Lorraine also leaves behind her cherished brother David Scott and a large extended family.

In remembrance, donations may be made to the Temmy Latner Centre or the Royal Ontario Museum.

A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted with Ward funeral homes.