It is with great sadness that the Fiorini Family share the passing of John Domenic Fiorini on November 19, 2014. In his 77th year at his home on Skeleton Lake, The day of his wife Paulette’s birthday and three days prior to their 56th wedding Anniversary.
Son of Dominic and Mary Fiorini. Brother to Anthony, Susan and Carm. Father to John (Robin), Tom (Diane), Lisa (Roger). Grandfather to John, Joey, Mikhele, Matthew, David, Sarah, Jacqueline, Daniel and Kaitlyn. Great grandfather to Johnny, (Jayden and Jordan, deceased), Dario, Mikhayla, Emerson, Adrian, Isaac and Erika.
Please join us in celebration of John’s life on May 9, 2015, at the Port Sydney Community Hall at 1:00pm.
In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the diabetic Association.
The Family is planning a walk for Juvenile Diabetes June 14th in memory of John.
Jane & Klaus
Having been friends and neighbors for many years, we are saddened by the news of Johns passing. Please accept our condolences, the “Point”” wont be quite the same”
Doug & Bonita Austin
Tom, Diane, David & Sarah (Jason). Very sorry for your loss. No matter when or why the loss occurs it leaves a hole in our lives. May you be Blessed knowing that others care.Doug & Bonita
Mom and Dad W
Tom, Diane, David, Sarah (Jason), and family, Our prayers and thoughts are with you in this difficult time. You are loved by many; we are always here for you.
Thank you all for your kind words, we all appreciate them. This has been very hard on all of us, we are taking one day at a time and trying to help mom through this sad time. Dad will never be forgotten he will be in our hearts forever. He was the best dad i could have ever had and i miss him with all my heart. Love u all.
Hi Paulette,You and your family are in my heart. I know that it doesn’t get easier just different. Please accept my condolences on behalf of me and my family.
John, Rita, Daniela, Joseph, and Stephen Fiorini
John will be missed by many, but he will never be forgotten. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all, from one Fiorini Family to the next, Love always.
George and Marcia D'Antimo
John was George’s lifelong friend. As boys, they did some remarkable things and enjoyed remembering them to the day John died. John was my friend for more than fifty years and all I can say is that while one would not want John for an enemy, he truly was the very best friend a person could want. John and Paulette opened their home, at a moment’s notice, to many, many friends and neighbours and we are glad we had the priviledge of forever being welcomed into their home. We love you John, and we will forever miss you. A great deal of “flavour”” has gone from of our lives. See you again John