James Imre Antaloczy
1927 - 2020
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With the greatest sadness and heavy hearts, we announce the peaceful passing of James Imre Antaloczy, born on a sunny day in Hungary. A gifted Conductor, Tenor, Real-estate broker, Multi-Cultural advisor, Father and Husband; James lit up the room with his charm, blessed voice, witty jokes and warm nature. A Hungarian freedom fighter; he arrived in Canada as a refugee and had 4 children with his loving wife Eva. James conducted the Franz Liszt Chamber choir, performed and promoted Hungarian music and culture with his family. James had a good, full and long life. He loved God, family, homeland and country and is with the celestial wings of peace, harmony and beauty leaving behind his loved ones, Eva, Malcolm, Adam, Ocsi, Scarlett and relatives worldwide. Until we meet again,.... Sincere thanks for the lovely sympathy gifts. Donations to St. Stephen's of Hungary Church (Barton St.) appreciated. Mass/Celebration of Life: Saturday, November 28, 2020, 11a.m, St. Stephen's Roman Catholic Church, 130 Barton St, Hamilton.

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Published in The Hamilton Spectator on Nov. 21, 2020.
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November 24, 2020
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Gabriella Adorjan
November 23, 2020
Over the years whenever we as a family would recall our fond encounters with the Antaloczy family it was always with the greatest joy they would bring to our lives. Imre was an incredibly positive man with an infectious smile and laughter. We will all miss him dearly, but know positively that he is in heaven making the angels laugh and smile. God bless your family.
Ajandi family
November 21, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Ede Sorger
November 21, 2020
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow
Ede Sorger
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