Zaza, Freddie

Zaza, Freddie "Fred"

February 7th, 2016

Peacefully, at home as per his wish, Freddie “Fred” Francis Zaza passed away at the age of 76 with his beloved wife Donna at his bedside on Sunday, February 7, 2016. Fred was born in Toronto, the eldest son of the late Frank and Yolanda Zaza. He is survived by his loving sons, Darrin (Young Mi) and Brian (Kelly) of Orlando, Florida, and granddaughters Angelina, Ava, Jamie Lynn, Sophia and Chloe. Also left to mourn are his sister Laura Edwards (Jeff) and his brother James Zaza (Carol). Predeceased by his sister Marlene Leggio. He is survived by step-children Steven Holler (Jane) and Sandra Kopf (Xavier) and step-grandchildren Amanda Litt (Jeff) and Andrew Holler. He will be missed by his sisters-in-law Helen Fell (Lorne) and Mary Hood, as well as several nieces and nephews. The mother of his children, Thea Reid, also survives. Fred was an avid amateur wood crafter and he loved using his imagination to make unique objects from “found” material. He was also known as “The Trainman” at craft shows. Cremation has taken place and as per his wishes there will be no funeral service. Family and friends are invited to share remembrances of Fred’s life on Saturday, February 13, 2016 between 12:00 – 2:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London. His family would like to thank the London Regional Cancer Centre and the many caregivers who made him comfortable in his home, especially those at St. Elizabeth Health Care and the VON Palliative Care team. As a memorial, a donation to the London Health Sciences Foundation – Multiple Myeloma Research Fund would be greatly appreciated by his family. 

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Alan J. NicholasOur condolences to Brian and his entire family on Fred's passing. May our friendship and prayers help ease you through this time.
Dino & Laura Fred & I have been friends for over 70 years... .. Fred was very talented in many fields & we all loved his "jokes & impersonations".... I will certainly miss him... His life long friend .... Dino & wife Laura....
Dino LeggioOur sincere condolences to Donna (Fred's wife) to his son Darrin & family and his son Brian and family and the rest of his family... Dino
Dave and Gail GouldenTo Donna and Family: We were so saddened to hear that Fred has passed and please know you are in our hearts and our prayers. We shared many good times with Fred and Donna every winter in Florida. Fred had a quick wit and shared many humorous stories. We enjoyed our time with him. Sincere condolences are sent today from the two of us, and the Raynard family. God Bless.
Sheila Satchell (Thompson)Hello, Donna So sorry to hear of Fred's passing. You have enjoyed many happy years together and will miss him dearly. Thinking of you in your time of loss.
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