elevated IHPDw April 5, 1944 – October 25, 2020
elevated IHPDw Bookalam, Elsa
elevated IHPDw It is with great sadness we announce the sudden passing away of Elsa Bookalam on October 25, 2020 at the age of 76. Beloved sister to Yvonne (Fernand). Elsa will be lovingly missed by many cousins from the Bookalam and the O’Connor families and many friends. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to the Toronto Humane Society in Elsa’s memory.
My heartfelt condolences. Elsa was a joy you work with. Her laugh was so contagious. She will be missed and fondly remembered.
Sincere Condolences to the family of Elsa.
I remember working with Elsa at Air Canada. She was a joy to be around. What a distinctly catchy laugh she had.
REST IN PEACE ELSA
Sincere condolences to Elsa’s family. Elsa was always a lot of fun to work with and she always had us laughing in the Air Canada lunchroom or the Concierge office. So sorry to hear of your loss.
I worked with Elsa at Air Canada. I remember how joyful she was. She will truly be missed by many.
Condolences the family .
REAT IN PEACE ELSA🙏💕
Elsa has been my close friend for very many years, we worked at Air Canada. Elsa was such a loving, caring and good natured girl, she had a good soul. I will miss her so much and will cherish all the good times we had over the years both here and on our many trips. May her soul rest in peace…Janice Spicer
My deepest condolences to Elsa’s family, she was a treasure to work with, wit and style Elsa was one of a kind, may she rest in eternal peace
I worked with Elisa at Air Canada she was a good worker
and a very nice person. Cared about everyone. She
also had quite a sense of humour..Always had a laugh
in the lunchroom. God Bless Her.
Deepest condolences to the family. Elsa and I did lots of errands together. She spoke fondly of her years with Air Canada & her trips to Barbados, Antigua & many places; also her job at the convent with the nuns. She will be missed.
Working at Air Canada, I met Elsa around 1967 and have been friends ever since. She was a kind and caring person who loved a good laugh. I’ll miss our chats on the phone where we still continued with the laughing. May you Rest in Peace, my friend. My condolences to the family.