CA­ROLE JESSIE BOUZIDE

The Globe and Mail (Prairie Edition) - - BIRTH AND DEATH NOTICES -

( née Morrow)

We are heart­bro­ken at the pass­ing of our Mom, our Sito and Dad’s big­gest cham­pion, Ca­role Jessie Bouzide. We are filled with grat­i­tude to have shared a life­time of love with her.

Ca­role passed away peace­fully, with her fam­ily at her side, on Novem­ber 23, 2018, her daugh­ter Michelle’s birth­day. Ca­role will be missed, more than she could ever know, by her hus­band Vic­tor; her daugh­ters Michelle and Ch­eryl; her grand­sons Grif­fin and Jack­son; and her sons-in-law Mitch Perkins and Mark McKee. Ca­role was a pos­i­tive force, with an im­mense flare for style. She was whip smart, un­fail­ingly kind, gra­cious, gen­er­ous, qui­etly el­e­gant and cu­ri­ous about the world.

She was born in Win­nipeg on April 8, 1938 and grew up in the west end as the only child of Molly and Dr. R.C. ‘Doc’ Morrow. Ca­role trained as a Med­i­cal Lab­o­ra­tory Tech­ni­cian at St. Boni­face Hos­pi­tal in Win­nipeg. She and Vic­tor met in Toronto and moved to Wind­sor, where Ca­role worked at a pri­vate med­i­cal lab in Detroit’s sto­ried Fisher Build­ing and the Med­i­cal Labs of Wind­sor. She made many life­long friends at ‘the lab’. As with ev­ery­thing she did, Ca­role brought great in­tegrity to her work.

Upon re­tire­ment, Ca­role started a new life in Van­cou­ver with Vic­tor and was the back­bone be­hind the suc­cess of ‘Nuba’ restau­rants’. She spent her last years close to her daugh­ters and grand­sons in Toronto and was so happy to see the suc­cess of her daugh­ter Michelle’s restau­rant, ‘Lit­tle Sito’. It’s hard to con­ceive of life with­out Ca­role. She was a fun­da­men­tal part of our lives.

Heart­felt thanks to Dr. Blon­dal, Dr. Hopfner, Nurse and the spe­cial team at St. Joseph’s Health Cen­tre in Toronto, for their ex­tra­or­di­nary care and sup­port for Ca­role and our fam­ily. Your kind­ness means more than you know.

At Ca­role’s re­quest, cre­ma­tion has taken place and fam­ily and close friends gath­ered for a lovely din­ner in her hon­our. Ca­role asked that if you care to make a do­na­tion to a char­ity of your choice, please do. We will host a Cel­e­bra­tion of Ca­role’s Life in Toronto, around the time of her birth­day in early April. We will in­vite fam­ily and friends to join us. We love you for­ever, Mom...Sito... Ca­role. Sleep tight, sweet dreams.

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