Khan, Azie J.

February 15th, 2016

February 19, 1963 – February 15, 2016

Celebrating the life of Azie J. Khan who went home to be with His Lord on Monday, February 15th, 2016.  Beloved husband of Rebekah. Honoured Son of Zalina and Amjad. Adored Father of Rebecca, Timothy, Rachel and Jacob. Treasured brother of Zennifer, Rose (Vito), Annie, Felisha, Sadiekah (Victor), Rarziah (Gary), Sally, Eshria (Clinton). He will be missed by nieces, nephews, friends and colleagues at Nestle. Friends and family are welcome to attend the funeral service being conducted at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, on Thursday, February 25th, 2016 at 11:00 a.m., with visitation one hour prior. Burial to follow at Woodland Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, those wishing to make a donation in honour of Azie J. Khan are asked to consider a family college fund for their two children (please go to and send donation to email: or a donation to ‘Show Hope’ – an organization that provides help to families adopting children worldwide.   The Khan family supports this organization as they believe that every child in the world should have a family.

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Julie Morrow (Sholtanuk)Remembering Azie as a beautiful person, loving and kind; wonderful father, dedicated husband and all-round great guy. Azie was a strong example of living as a man in Christ. Heart-felt prayers for Rebekah and his four beautiful children.
Peter Pera(brother-in-law) So we thy people and the sheep of thy pasture we give thee thanks both now and forevermore. Precious in the eyes of the Lord is the death of the saints. Many things about tomorrow we don't seem to understand but we know who holds the future and He holds our hand. All to JESUS we surrender. God gave the most precious gift of His Son Jesus who gives eternal life. We look forward to see Azie again one day in heaven and thank God for the precious gift of Azie who was, is and ever will be. In the name of Jesus AMEN.
Michele & Stan EloRebekah and children - our hearts are broken for you. Azie could not have been a more loving, loyal, committed dad, husband and friend. He brought a light to the world that will continue on in his children and all he has touched. (Including the many, many children and leaders at the Boys and Girls club at Glad Tidings Assembly in London) We thank God in the joy it brings to know that Azie is with his Lord and you will one day be reunited in heaven. With Love and Prayers.
Sadiekah Alvarez (sister)Azie, My one and only precious brother. You were more than a brother, you played the role of a father figure, a spiritual pillar and the family member that drew us all together as a family unit. You were a great uncle to my sons (Marc & Derec) and a amazing brother-in -law to my husband Victor. Times spent with you was always memorable and wonderful. I have the blessed assurance that we will have a grand celebration in heaven together. Until then, you'll live in our hearts and memories. Missing your smile Sister Sadiekah and Family
Susan & John MitchellDear Rebekah, Rebecca,Timothy, Rachel & Jacob, We will never forget Azie, and his beautiful smile and warm tender heart. He was so kind to us and Neil. We are praying for you, words seem so inadequate. May you have a deep sense of God's love and feel the support of your family and friends. Our love and prayers are with you.
Brett & Bethe DewburyOur deepest heartfelt sympathy goes out to all the family Rebekah, Rebecca, Timothy, Rachel & Jacob. We will miss you Azie.
Harriet and Mike NagleDear Rebekah, Tim, Rebecca, Rachel, and Jacob, We are lifting you up to the Lord today and in the coming days. We are so thankful for the testimony Azie was for the Lord and what a good husband and father he was. We will miss him. Love, Harriet & Mike Nagle
Harriet & Mike NagleDear Zalina and Amjad and family, We extend our sincere condolences on the loss of your son, brother, brother-in-law and uncle at this time. Azie created many traditions and stories that will be forever remembered by your family and those that love Azie. We thank you for raising a loving man to be able to love and care for Rebekah and his children and that his love extended to his whole family. Praying that the Lord will fill you with hope in knowing that as Christians we can know that we will be re-united one day again, in heaven. Love, Harriet & Mike Nagle
Carm DaSilvaI did not know Azie that well but as a "fellow Nestle Canadian" he always made me feel so welcome during my travels to Bakersfield. You did not need to know him well to know that he was an incredible leader that we could all learn from. You could see the respect that his team had for him and feel the support he provided. He will be so greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Kate and Larry LittleDear Rebekah and family We were so sad to hear the shocking news of Azie's sudden passing. He was a man whose life demonstrated God's love. It was a blessing to know him. We pray God will give you His comfort and peace during this sad time. Love and Prayers
MirandaI am blessed to have known Azie, he was an incredible person, and the world was a brighter place for anyone who was lucky enough to have known him. I am so sad he has gone too soon but thankful that we will see him again one day. Sending so much love to the whole family. Praying for peace and comfort and understanding.
Kevin OrmondeI was blessed to know Azie in our men's Thursday morning bible study. Azie always came in with a "good morning gents" and seems like he never knew a stranger. You will be missed brother but know that someday I will see you again on the streets of gold
Nick Martinyou are a very special man. we were are all very blessed to have shared thursday mornings with you. I will carry a piece of you with me always
Ted LeckDear Rebekah, Rebecca,Timothy, Rachel & Jacob: I was so sad to hear about Azie and this tragedy for all of you. He was such a class act who lived his faith and was real. I watched the way Azie coached kids (really mentoring them) and he was the guy that got my feet wet in coaching and I've been coaching ever since. I always appreciated my friend--though its been years since we last talked--I still have great memories with him on the soccer field, the hockey rink and obviously at Glad. (Love ya man, will miss you). Again, Rebekah, Rebecca, Timothy, Rachel and Jacob, -- what a great gift you have experienced in your lives to have a great husband / and dad. May God's peace & comfort be tangible to you ... may God also remind you of some memories that have been forgot over the weeks ahead. Ted & Donna Leck
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