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Wickett StephenWICKETT, Stephen Arthur   -  It is with a heavy heart, that his wife of 51 years Georgia and the rest of his family announce the passing of Stephen Arthur Wickett, after a long courageous battle with Lymphoma.

A spiritual man at his core, Stephen was a member of the Toronto West Presbytery with the United Church of Canada and began his career as a Music Minister at the age of 16.

With almost 60 years of service, Stephen worked in a number of churches across the GTA including, Humber Valley, Maple, Trinity United, Applewood, Westminster on Tomken and Westminster on William St. ending his career at Westway in Etobicoke.

Stephen was also a savvy businessman, working for over 25 years with T. Eaton Co., rising to Operations Manager in the Eaton's Centre.

Born in Sarnia, Stephen later moved with his family to Toronto where he was a devoted and loving husband to his wife of 51 years, Georgia.

He was a loving father to Stephen (Kristy), Christine (Jason) and Catherine, eager "Grampi" to Cole and brother to Jeff (Jodi).

Pre-deceased by his brother Don (Marg) Wickett, Father Ralph and Mother (Florence) Jean Wickett.

Visitation will be held at Scott Funeral Home (1273 Weston Road, Toronto, M6M 4R2), Wednesday, May 25, 2022 at 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.  Funeral Service will follow at Westway United Church (8 Templar Drive, Toronto, M9R 3C7), for 2:30 p.m.

Donations will go towards the continued cancer research into Mantle Cell Lymphoma, the Moir Centre, and to support the family in their time of need. https://gofund.me/210fcb20.

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