elevated Jc5i4 September 26, 1919 ~ May 13, 2018

elevated Jc5i4 Visitation
Wednesday, May 16, 2018 from 2 – 4 & 6 – 8 pm

elevated Jc5i4 Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home
211 Langstaff Road East, Thornhill, ON, L3T 3Z6

elevated Jc5i4 Funeral Mass
Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 11:30 am                                   

elevated Jc5i4 Chapel of St. Joseph – Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home

elevated Jc5i4 Interment
Mount Hope Catholic Cemetery 
305 Erskine Avenue, Toronto, ON, M4P 1Z7

elevated Jc5i4 Reception
Holy Cross Catholic Funeral Home – Following the Mass

elevated Jc5i4 Obituary 

elevated Jc5i4 Antonetta (Dolly) Wroblewski (nee Viola)
1919 – 2018

elevated Jc5i4 Born the only daughter of a prominent Italian family in Toronto, Dolly – as she was affectionately known – lived a full life by anyone’s definition. For more than 98 years, she experienced the joy of being around loving family members and dear friends, and the pleasure of good food.

elevated Jc5i4 Treasured daughter of the late Henry and Jennie Viola (nee Perrone). Beloved sister of the late Albert (Phyllis) Viola. Adored wife of the late Stephen Wroblewski, and mother of Diane (David) Salonius and Stephen (Teresa) Wroblewski. Cherished grandmother of Richard (Shannon) Salonius, Jamie (Janet) Salonius, Lee Anne (Seward) Wroblewski, Jessica Wroblewski, Andrew Wroblewski, and Lisa Wroblewski, and great-grandmother of Tiffany Flores, Tyler Salonius, Mina Salonius, and Henry Salonius.

elevated Jc5i4 She was a fighter and a relentless optimist, but after facing a series of progressive health challenges over the past 17 months, Dolly could fight no more. On Mother’s Day, surrounded by her family at North York General Hospital, she joined her parents, brother, and husband in Heaven. We thought she’d live forever. And she almost did. Now she lives forever in our hearts.

elevated Jc5i4 In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity near and dear to your heart in Dolly’s honour.

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