Christopher Andrew SHATILLA

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SHATILLA, Christopher Andrew - 42, died Saturday, May 17, 2014 at the Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto. Christopher will be deeply missed by his wife Christina (nee Marchant). Adored by his children Lauren and Gavin. He is also survived by his parents Andrew and Grace; his dear sister Stephanie and her husband Robin (Copp). Christopher will be forever in the hearts of his extended family and close friends. Their ongoing support has been greatly appreciated. A special thank you to Dr. Crump and the wonderful staff at Princess Margaret Hospital. The many friends and family members who provided him and his family with so much support cannot be thanked enough. Born and raised in Montreal, he made his home in Toronto. He worked as a Financial Advisor at BMO Nesbitt Burns. Chris took pleasure in the simple, meaningful things in life. He enjoyed music and the arts. Chris was an avid golfer, skier, filmmaker and dog lover. He was a bright light who overcame challenges with grace and humour. He enriched the lives of those around him with his sincerity and joie de vivre. Chris had a mantra that he followed: LIVE LOVE LAUGH Stay Positive Look for the good in the world every day BELIEVE IN YOURSELF Visitation Wednesday, May 21st from 2-4 and 6-8 p.m., Sherrin Funeral Home, 873 Kingston Rd. Funeral service Thursday, May 22nd at Church of Saint Aidan's, 70 Silver Birch Ave., Toronto, ON M4E 3L1.

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Toronto, ON M5S2H9
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Published in the Toronto Star from May 20 to May 22, 2014