Chantal Remeny
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CHANTAL REMENY (nee MALO) It is with sadness that we annouce the death of Chantal on Sunday, March 22, 2009, at the age of 43, at home with her beloved dog Tucker. She will be greatly missed by her mother Margareth Gunn, stepfather William Gunn, her sister Lisa Malo and her nephews Shane and Kyle Fair. Her incredible courage in her long struggle with depression gave us hope that she would be truly well one day. She is now at peace. Friends are invited to call at THE SHERRIN FUNERAL HOME, 873 Kingston Road, Toronto, on Friday, March 27th from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Funeral Service will be held at METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY CHURCH of TORONTO, 115 Simpson Avenue on Saturday, March 28th at 1:00 p.m. The church will be open one hour prior for a final viewing. Donations may be made to either the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health or the Metropolitan Community Church of Toronto.


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Published in Toronto Star from Mar. 25 to Mar. 26, 2009.
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March 30, 2009
I remember Chantal's bright, inquisitive mind during our days at U of T during our physio training. My deepest condolences to her family and friends. I will remember her.
Ruth Wentzell
March 29, 2009
I remember seeing Chantal at MCCT services and admiring her great courage, as I could relate... . Finally Chantal you are at
peace. You will be very missed. Dear Family, please accept my deepest condolences. I pray daily for your healing and peace. May your memories comfort you. Be at peace KNOWING that
with your love and caring for Chantal, you did everything humanly possible for her. God Bless You and heal you in this time of your great loss and grief.
Gabrielle Frenkel
March 29, 2009
May Chantal find peace, and may those who love her find comfort.
Lynne Handy
March 28, 2009
Margareth and Lisa: Chantal's life was far too brief, but our comfort comes with those gifts of spirit, strength and love that she left behind with her friends and family. She will always own a bright little spot in my heart.
Rosemary Cote
March 28, 2009
I played handbells along side of Chantal for a period of time. She will be sadly missed.
Elaine & Anne Vautour
March 27, 2009
Our deepest condolences to the family.

Vona Martin and Laila Belquas
March 27, 2009
Dear Lisa, Shane, Kyle & Mrs & Mr. Gunn, Our heartfelt sympathies to all of you at this sad time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Tracey,Ken, Ashley & Scott
Tracey Ross
March 27, 2009
Good Bye Chantal
I shed a tear and wiped it away with a faint smile knowing you are at peace.
Jill Whelan
March 26, 2009
"As does Karen Hoyland, I have many good memories of playing handbells with Chantal. In particular, I recall that for a beautiful rendition of the Shaker Hymn, called Simple Gifts, Chantal and I had the top ( smallest and highest) bells. We, two, had a special trill to do in the chorus. We did it perfectly in every practice and grinned at eachother after we also did it perfectly in the church service. I always remember this whenever I hear that song and will continue to think of Chantal when I do. My partner, Bev McAlpine, also sends her condolences, feeling sad as I do."
Karen Henderson
March 26, 2009
Dear Lisa, Mrs. Gunn, Shane and Kyle:
My sincere and heartfelt condolences.
May your hearts find solace and peace in the memories you created over the years, the love you shared for each other, and the knowing that Chantal's soul is now free.
May you feel God's love ease your sorrow.
Love & Hugs,
Lynn Lundy
March 26, 2009
Margareth,and Lisa and children, I wish you well through this time of getting accustomed to Chantal's physical absence, but know that Chantal must be in a good place right now and she has been a wonderful and unique teacher to all of us.
Marie Rahman
March 25, 2009
I have fond memories of Chantal. The fun we had in the handbell choir -especially at the Easter service one year when we all got lost and Elinor the conductor yelled out "BAR 86". Somehow we all got it together for the final few bars of music. However, we were mortified for our gaff. No one wanted to go back in the sanctuary to face the congregation. We had a group hug and we all agreed that our mothers and true friends would still love us even if we screwed-up that piece of music!
Chantal was also the best dancer I have ever had the pleasure of being on the dance floor with. My favourite dance with her was the Red Line Waltz. Just a beautiful dance and Chantal was as light on her feet as a summer breeze. It was a joy to float around the room with her.
And the year of the Boston to P-Town bike ride. What an accomplishment! 212 km in one day. There were miles and miles of riding that year to get prepared. Lunch breaks in fallow farmer's fields beside weathered old barns. Endless chatter to help pass the time to the next crossroads. In the end we did it (and got the T-shirt).
At yet another crossroads and you have gone one way and I will go another. But we will meet again and I hope I make it in time for tea-dance. And I hope when I get there - there will be T-shirts that actually fit. I love you.
Karen Hoyland
March 25, 2009
Susan Mathew
March 25, 2009
We are SO sad to hear about the loss of Chantal. Our loving thoughts and prayers go out to all of the family. Chantal will never be forgotten, and her brave and determined spirit will inspire us to carry on her fight to help others suffering fom depression.

Love,

Elsa, Peter, David Southam
Elsa Southam
March 25, 2009
She was truly one of my very favorite people. I loved her from the bottom of my heart.
Jane Hook
March 25, 2009
Sincerest Sympathy in the loss of your beloved daughter. I do not know you nor did I know Chantal but reading her death notice made me sad.
Death is a heartache no one can heal, love is a memory no one can steal.
One day at a time. Time is the only healer.
She is now at peace in a place where there is no pain or sufferng no more tears.
Tucker will miss his beloved Chantal.
You are in our thoughts and prayers as you bid farewell to your beautiful Chantal.
Sincerest sympathy,
Donna & Peter Temovsky
Donna Temovsky
March 25, 2009
Margaret, Lisa and family our thoughts and prayers are with you on your lose of Chantal. She is at peace now. I will always remember the great times growing up as a child to adulthood. Those are the memories I will cherish for life.

God Bless
Stephen & Lesia Dysart
Stephen Dysart
March 25, 2009
Rest in peace Chantal, we will miss you!

Beth-Anne and Ash
Ash Jetha
March 25, 2009
May Chantel, find the peace that eleuded her on earth - and may your family find peace.
patricia grham
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