elevated 11euD September 3, 1931 – October 14, 2020
elevated 11euD Funeral Mass
Tuesday, October 20, 2020 – By invitation only
elevated 11euD Chapel of St. Joseph- Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home
elevated 11euD Interment
elevated 11euD Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery
elevated 11euD Obituary
elevated 11euD Anne Hoban passed away peacefully at Michael Garron Hospital in Toronto, Canada at the age of 89. Anne is survived by her sisters, Sr. Isabel in Carrigallen, Co Leitrim, Ireland and Patsy Glennon, nieces Amanda Glennon, Geraldine Glennon, Gay Hoban and nephew Thomas Glennon, all of London, England, as well as her Canadian family Avril Guldner, Rosalind Guldner Rudi Guldner and David Hunter, all of Toronto. Anne is preceded in death by her parents Isabella Hoban and her father Patrick Joseph Hoban and sisters Brigid, Christina, May and brothers Alphonsus, Dominic, Fr. Jack, Patrick Joseph, Stephen and Vincent, all of Monivea, Co Galway, Ireland. Anne was born on September 3, 1931 in Monivea. She trained as a registered nurse in the UK and then embarked on an adventurous few years, moving first to New York City in 1959, then on to Prince Rupert, British Columbia, before settling in Toronto in 1961. She had a long and rewarding career as a registered nurse at the Toronto Western Hospital. Anne will be deeply missed by her family back home and her Canadian family and friends. There will be visitation at 10:30 with a funeral Mass to follow at noon at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery & Funeral Home, 8361 Yonge St, Thornhill. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice in Anne’s memory.
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I have lost a dear friend, I have many fond memories.
May you rest in Peace Anne.
Rose Marie Murray
I only knew for a short time. You’ve been kind, generous and welcoming. May you now rest in the peace of Christ in the bosom of a loving father reunited now with all of your loved ones who have gone before you.
God bless Anne.
We have lost a very special lady. I will miss her very much.
Rest in peace my dear friend.
We will miss you Anne but have wonderful memories of the happy times we had together.
Must add Anne,you always made a great roast dinner.
R. I. P
Peter, Iain and Angela
It was wonderful to have met you, Anne, in Carrigallen and a privilege to have known such a beautiful, gentle, kind and good-humoured person. You will be sadly missed by your family and friends and all who were lucky to have known you. Condolences to Isabel and Patsy, to your nieces and nephew, to your grand niece and grand nephew, to your cousins and especially to your Canadian family.
Rest in peace, Anne, under the statue of Saint Patrick, til we meet again.
We only knew each other for less than half of my lifetime but you have welcomed me into your heart.
May you now rest in the peace of Christ reunited with the loved ones who have gone before you.
It was lovely to have known and met you Anne down through the years as our cousin here in Ireland, RIP. Very fond memories and fellow nurse.
We are here with you today
Sincere sympathy to Anne’s family and friends. I know my sisters attended on line. We were raised in the house next door to Anne’s Irish childhood home, the house where Anne’s mother was born and raised. Irish cousins all. May she rest in peace. Padraic, Arnhem, The Netherlands.
This condolence is sent on behalf of Eileen Minihane,
Anne, Thank you for all your kindness and generosity to me, To be honest, I found your high standards very overwhelming. Rest in peace.
From: Eileen Minihane