elevated nbm7p June 1, 1942 – May 28, 2021
elevated nbm7p It is with great sadness that we announce the death of Antonio (Tony) Ieraci on May 28, 2021 at the age of 78. Beloved husband of 51 years to Nella, loving father to Frank Anthony, Aysel, Adriana, and Nick, proud grandfather to Isabella, Lilly, Alessia, Stella, and Kayla.
elevated nbm7p Tony joins his late mother Angela, father Francesco, his brothers Vincenzo and Peter, sister Vicenzina, father-in-law Domenico, sisters-in-law Lina, Rosetta and Silvana and brother-in-law Antonio. He will be dearly missed by his siblings Domenico, Giuseppe and wife Angelina, Lorenzo and wife Angela, Maria and husband Francesco, Roberto, and Orlando and wife Daphne. He was a caring brother-in-law to Cosimo, Kathy, Mike, Janet, Angie, Frank, Frank and Deb and has many nieces, nephews, family and friends remembering him in their prayers.
elevated nbm7p Tony was a joyful man with a strong faith. Even after many years of living with ALS, his bright blue eyes conveyed his love for his family, his trust in the Lord and his warmth for friends around him. He enjoyed gathering his loved ones and hearing their stories.
elevated nbm7p Tony held the work of the Missionaries of the Poor, close to his heart. He went to Jamaica on retreat and to work in the missions numerous times. Even from Toronto he would often help with fundraisers and musical events. He would wish that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to the missions so they may continue their work of feeding and caring for the poor and the sick. Donations can be addressed to:
Missionaries of the Poor Canada
PO Box 20070 Southbrook PO
Maple, ON, Canada, L6A 4M4
Or submitted online at:
Due to COVID restrictions, a funeral will be celebrated on Friday, June 4, 2021 with the immediate family. The service will be live cast online on Friday at 9am for all who wish to attend virtually. Please click the link below. Please be advised that the link will go live at 8:50am, 10 minutes prior to the service time.
elevated nbm7p Tony would have wanted everyone he cared for so much to gather, to worship together, to remember him and to rejoice in the beautiful memories. We have plans for a celebration of his life as soon as pandemic restrictions allow and we look forward to sharing our memories of him together, in person.