Ann PAOLATTO

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PAOLATTO, Ann
(Agnes Margaret)
92 years. Ann died peacefully at her home on Tuesday, July 24, 2012, surrounded by her loving family and caretakers, fulfilling her wish to remain in her own home. She was a devoted wife of 38 years to Joseph Paolatto (1998) and the former wife of Leonard Lefebvre (1981). A British war bride, Ann came to Canada in 1944, and was happy to call Canada her new home. Born March 11, 1920 to John Dick and Annie Campbell Dick (Keard). She is predeceased by her sister Marjorie Reddish and brothers Ernest, Jack, Harry and Tom Dick. Cherished mother to Lynn Kainz and her husband Art. Loving and adored Nanny to Kristin Kainz and her husband Piero Ingratta, Michael Kainz and his wife Tanya. Great Nanny to Alex, Emerson and Owen Ingratta and Nolan and Sydney Kainz. Cherished "Little Aunt" to Ann Aston and Michael Reddish and extended family in England. Ann will be dearly missed by the family of Peggy and Frank Kainz. Ann always reminded us that nothing in the world could replace her loving family. Ann is also survived by Joseph's family, son Louis Paolatto (Dolores 2008) and Marilyn, wife of William Paolatto (1990). Loving grandma to Paul, Lisa, David, Kim, Joseph, Robert, Darren Paolatto and Laurie Renaud and great- grandma to their families. A sincere thank you from the bottom of our hearts to her earth angels Joy Burke, Maria Gamero, and Sara Patterson and to Margaret, Suzan and Ravinder of Riviera for providing Ann with such wonderful care, making it possible for her to remain in her own home. Thank you to Susan Baker C.C.A.C. for her support over the years. If you so desire, memorial donations may be made in Ann's name to the Windsor & Essex County Humane Society or a charity of your choice. At Ann's request there will be no visitation. Cremation services have taken place. A memorial service to celebrate Ann's life will be held in the fall. Arrangements entrusted to
FAMILIES FIRST
1065 Lauzon Rd. East Windsor,
519-969-5841.
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1065 Lauzon Road
Windsor, ON N8S 3M8
(519) 969-5841
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Published in The Windsor Star on July 28, 2012
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