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Alina Fic

Alina Fic

Tuesday, June 12th, 1928 - Wednesday, February 6th, 2019
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"When I win the lottery, I'm going to Hawaii and I'm going to get myself a butler" Alina Fic

Born June 12th 1928 in Nieslabin Poland , she married Sylvester Fic. Together they had two children Veronica and Ronald. Veronica married Klaus and had two children: Jessica (with Michael) and Brigette. Ronald married Debbie and had two children as well Kyle (with Jenn) and Tyler (with Colleen). "Oma" as she was more commonly know was an amazing women. Full of stories, laughter and endless questions she never had an "if" I'm going to do it attitude but rather a "when" I'm going to do it attitude which provided great memories to last a life time. She had five great grand children (Colton, Caileigh, Oliver, Parker and Aubree) To say she never cared is an understatement. She constantly asked questions, wanted to know how everyone was doing and wanted to see pictures. She baby sat when she was needed, and loved company. She was someone you could confide in with out being judged and someone you could come to if you just wanted a friend. Oma was a creature of habit though. Every Friday she would get her hair done and go grocery shopping; ordering exactly 5 slices of head cheese. She will be missed and she will forever be loved, but God had bigger plans and thought its time she joined her sister, parents and her husband.
We just hope she's happy, healthy, and is now able to see Hawaii.

You will forever be loved and missed.

Alina Fic
February 6th 2019 12:56pm
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday, February 10th, 2019 | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Sunday, February 10th, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Marshall Funeral Home
    10366 Yonge Street
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  • Service

    Monday, February 11th, 2019 | 10:30am
    Monday, February 11th, 2019 10:30am
    St. Mary Immaculate Catholic Church
    10295 Yonge Street
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  • Interment

    Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery
    8361 Yonge Street
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Private Condolence

Brian and Christine Armstrong

Posted at 06:49pm
So sad to hear of Mrs. Fic’s passing. She was a beautiful lady, inside and out. We were neighbours for over 20 years and Brian enjoyed his evening chats with this lovely lady while they both smoked their cigarettes. After we moved we still kept in touch over the phone . She will be greatly missed and we are truly saddened. Hugs and kisses to her children, grandchildren and great grand children.

Diane, Kenzie and Delaney Ladds

Posted at 11:28pm
From our family,

Our deepest condolences
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Brigette Kallus

Posted at 04:30pm
You will forever be loved and missed Oma. You always encouraged my shoe and leopard print obsession, you gave me my first pair of black heels that were your wedding shoes. I will always cherish every Friday shopping trip, sitting on the floor in front of your chair and trying to explain Staples isn't a clothing store. You are missed and loved Oma ❤️

Mike, Jess, Colton and caileigh

Posted at 02:57pm
I will never forget our weekely coffees and shopping. I will never be able to forget your grocery list. We will miss you forever. The kids loved your stories.

Love you

Mike, Jess, Colton and Caileigh

Monika Fic

Posted at 10:46am
She was a kind and gentle soul l enjoyed all of our Swiss Chalet Dinners over the years with my Mom and Dad. I always made sure she had a care package to go home with and each and every time she would say that's to much food. I loved this time so much as she would always update me on the family and made us feel close.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all this time.
I am sure she is having a party with your Dad and my mom right now.

Monika Fic Ed Fic

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