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Alberto Vaiasicca
January 2, 1928 - December 25, 2019
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<div itemprop="description">It is with profound sadness that we announce the passing of Alberto Stefano Vaiasicca. He leaves to mourn his beloved wife Giovanna Amara (72 years of marriage). His children Gaetano (Debby), Sarah (Tony), Rosanna (Ron) and Rosario. He will lovingly be remembered by his grandchildren Gianmarco (Laura), Aaron, Tina, Trevor, Melissa, Rhea, Joey, Matthew and Thomas. His brother Mario (Lena), his sister Lilla (Gio) and his brother Domenico-Ottavio (Joan), as well as many cousins, nieces, and nephews. <br> <br>Alberto immigrated from Italy to Quebec, Canada with his wife and their eldest son in October of 1959. He started working in construction and then had a successful career in the textile industry until he retired at the young age of 55. He worked hard to support his four children and he was a tremendous caregiver to Giovanna for many years. His passions included gardening and he was particularly proud of the cement flower pots, birdbaths and garden art that he designed and built, which have been passed down to his family. <br> <br>He enjoyed the simple pleasures of life, at the age of 80, he became a pipe aficionado. <br>Alberto was a bright light in many ways and with his humour and amazing storytelling he never failed to make those around him laugh, smile and feel loved. <br> <br>He will be dearly missed and the memories will be cherished forever. <br> <br>In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Heart and stroke Foundation. <br></div>