• Trull Funeral Home & Cremation Centre
    Toronto, ON
In partnership with the Dignity Memorial® network
Eugene Michael Amaro 1936 - 2010

Eugene Michael Amaro

November 18, 2012
Owl, you are clearly sorely missed. You're with the ages now.
August 8, 2012
One of the greatest things about the Boss Brass was Eugene Amaro. He and Terry Clarke, Sam Noto, Ed Bickert, Ian McDougal, Don Thompson, and Guido Basso really highlighted the band, and I was, and still am, totally in awe. If he didn't receive an OC, he certainly should have. I was so very sorry to hear about this. Thanks for letting me say something.
April 28, 2010
Eugene, I will always Remember, and have great appreciation for your friendship, and push you gave me when I needed it most. You'll forever be in my heart.
April 7, 2010
Eugene was one of the very first musicians to welcome Peter Nichol and I into the Toronto music scene, always with great playing and a warm and generous smile. I'll remember Eugene fondly.
April 5, 2010
I only had the pleasure of meeting Eugene Amaro a couple of times, the first being when I was in Barrie playing with Bernie Senesky's Quintet. He was living near Orillia at the time. Eugene was extremely warm and very complimentary- a real gentleman. It was an honour to meet (and play in front of) him, especially after admiring his musicianship for many years. I know he will be missed by many, musicians and non-musicians. Rest in Peace, "Owl".

Guest Book Photos

Honor the memory of your loved one

Hold on to the beautiful thoughts and memories shared by friends and loved ones with a full color, professionally printed and bound keepsake.
Create a lasting legacy with a memorial website.
©2014 Legacy.com. All rights reserved. Guest Book entries are free and are posted after being reviewed for appropriate content. If you find an entry containing inappropriate material, please contact us.