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Felizitas Kneifel Staub
March 4, 1927 - September 15, 2022
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<div itemprop="description">It is with a heavy heart the we announce the peaceful passing of our mother Felizitas Kneifel Staub in her 95th year in Lakeshore Hospital in Pointe Claire, Quebec. <br> <br>Born in Sussenbrunn, Austria, she came to Montreal, Quebec Canada at the request of her brother Gerhard, who had earlier moved here with his wife Nessie who was feeling home sick. <br> <br>Here she met her husband Ernst H. Staub from Bern, Switzerland the love of her life even though she didn’t know it right away. <br> <br>They got married in 1958 and have enjoyed 64 years of marriage, with so much love. <br> <br>They raised three children while working together to build a successful business. <br> <br>Felizitas is survived by her loving husband Ernst, their children Elisabeth (John), Ernest (Heather), Felicia (Marc); their grandchildren Matthew (Angela), Katherine (Carlo); Elisabeth (Jordan); Nicholas (Catharina), Michael, Aaron (Shauna); Felicity and Marcus; and their great grandchildren Jace, Nolan, and Amstel. She is also survived by her brother Gerhard Kneifel and family and her late brother Anton’s wife (Lilly); the Swiss families of Pfister & Sollberger; cherished friends & neighbors the Brunke Family and many longtime friends. <br> <br>Our sincere thanks go out to all the 3rd floor care givers and staff at the Sunrise Residence in D.D.O. for their kind care of my mom for the last 6 years, the caregivers from Comfort Keepers earlier and the doctors, nurses, and care givers at the Lakeshore Hospital who helped ease her passing. <br> <br>She’ll make a feisty angel as she was a woman not afraid to speak her mind. <br> <br>She was kind and charitable. She loved music, dancing, hugs, kisses and holding Dad’s hand. <br> <br>She had a great sense of humor and was truly loved. She will be forever remembered.</div>