elevated IYyrh Anthony John Battista (Corky) passed peacefully with his family by his side on Friday, August 27, 2021, at the age of 89.
elevated IYyrh Born on January 5, 1932, to Lauretta and Carmen DiBattista in Toronto, Ontario.
elevated IYyrh Corky is survived by his wife Helen of 66 years, his loving children Toni (Phil), Larry (Heather); his five grandchildren, Jenna (Andrew), Michael (Kelly), Mark (Kristin), Stephen (Andrea), Lindsay (Jason) and his two beautiful great grandchildren, Hudson and Kye.
elevated IYyrh Predeceased by his brothers and sister, Peter, Vera, Fred, John, Albert, Gino, Louis and survived by Anna and Carmen.
elevated IYyrh Uncle Corky will be sadly missed by his many loving nieces and nephews.
elevated IYyrh Corky loved his family and made sure he was part of every hockey tournament or event that his children and grandchildren were involved in.
elevated IYyrh He was “grandpa” to everyone that met him. He will be dearly missed by all.
elevated IYyrh Funeral Mass to take place on Friday, September 10, 2021 at Blessed Trinity Catholic Church (3220 Bayview Avenue, North York, Ontario). There is a maximum capacity of 120 people)
elevated IYyrh Mass Time: 11:00 am – To Livestream the Mass see below.
elevated IYyrh Re Funeral Service for Mr. Anthony Battista on Friday September 10th Livestream starts at approximately 10:45am for funeral service at 11:00am
elevated IYyrh To view the livestream please use this link: www.blessedtrinityparish.ca
elevated IYyrh This will take you to our webpage. When you get there click on the “Live Feed” button at the top right of the page. This will automatically scroll you down to the Live Feed area. The video will go live about 10 to 15 min before the funeral mass starts. Those who go onto the site and see no livestream are likely there before the 10 to 15min before the feed begins. Simply go back to the “live feed” and click on the button again closer to the start time of the funeral and the feed should come up on your screen.
elevated IYyrh A few notes:
elevated IYyrh *When the video launches hover your mouse over the lower left-hand part of the video screen on the webpage … there you will see a small speaker with an X beside it. Click on the speaker to enable the sound (the X will disappear)
elevated IYyrh * Click on the box on the far-right hand side of the video screen on the webpage (“full screen”) and the picture will fill your entire screen
elevated IYyrh *The volume of the sound is controlled from the computer/device you are on. You may need to increase the volume on their computer / device to hear things properly.
elevated IYyrh *A computer is the best way to watch the broadcast. Cell phones and iPad do work – marginally, but (especially) older models can sometimes have limited or outdated technology that doesn’t always manage the sizable data that comes in with both audio and video broadcasting. An old computer can also have these issues…
elevated IYyrh Also – we are broadcasting this over the internet, a system that has seen an incredible increase in use given the pandemic challenges. Potential streaming delays, frozen frames and so on do happen on occasion and unfortunately, we have no control over these situations. Further there can be delays or challenges with the internet feed in any number of neighbourhoods at anytime. Again, we have no control over this. Fortunately, they have been minimal, but we wanted you to be aware.