Casavecchia, Egidio

Casavecchia, Egidio

January 6th, 2017

Our beloved father, Egidio Casavecchia, passed away peacefully at University Hospital on Friday, January 6, 2017, in his 88th year surrounded by love with his children Cristina, Gina and Tino (Sheryl) at his side.  He was a most loving Nonno to Jessica (Marc), Paolo, Matthew, Marco (Megan), Vanessa (Adam) and Luca; a proud Bisnonno to Enzo and Demari; a kind brother to Iolanda, Igino, Cesare (Italy) and Vincenzo (London, Ontario); a generous father-in-law, Zio and Cugino; who has now joined his predeceased father (Paolo) and mother (Eclantina) in everlasting peace.  We will miss him greatly and cherish all the wonderful memories and life values he bestowed upon us.  A private family entombment at St. Peter’s Mausoleum has taken place.  A memorial visitation will be held on Tuesday, January 10, 2017 from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London.  Donations in Egidio’s memory to the Canadian Diabetes Association or the Alzheimer Society London and Middlesex would be appreciated.  A special “thank you” to our mother, Barbara, for the care she provided to Papa.  We will always be grateful to her.  Thank you also to University and Parkwood Hospitals’ doctors, nurses and therapists; CCAC; and Chartwell Nursing Home.

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Joe Spuches and Marilena GattusoSincere Condolence to Cristina Gina and Tino, for the loss of your dear father Egidio, always in our memory and our hearts.
Raili MazurekAndy and I send our heart felt condolences on your loss. Cherish the memories and know that he loved you all as much as you loved him! 💗
Paul Casavecchia and familyOur thoughts and prayers are with you. May the love and support from family and friends give you some comfort during this difficult time. With our deepest sympathy.
Lori Smith Cristina, Gina & families, Sorry to hear of your father's passing. My thoughts are with you all during theses difficult times. Cherish those many memories - they are yours forever. Thinking of you all. Lori (grade school friend)
Bradly GardinerI worked for Egidio in the early 1970's at the Esso Station at the corner of Wharncliffe and Tecemseh apprentise mechanic and pumping gas at 49.9 cents per gallon. Then a while latter I worked for him as an Apprentice Mechanic at his station at Adelaide South by the river. I called him Eddy and he was always more than fair to work with Eddy's English was difficult to understand and I learnt a great deal from him. Family were always important to him him and would drop by the Station frequently. I am sure that your loss is great and want you to know that you are thought of at this time. Brad Gardiner
Bob HannahSincere condolences Tino and to all you family members.
Ed and Joan Holzapfel Thinking of you Gina and your family
Renato GianottiEddy was a lifelong friend to the Gianotti family.Truly one of the nicest guys around.Tino my condolences to you and the family.
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