elevated EAvOR On Tuesday, May 19th, in her 99th year, Eugenia left us for her eternal home. Eugenia Soligo (nee Andolfato) is survived by her beloved husband Odino, of over 72 years, her cherished children Maurice, Michael (Jeanine), and Magda (Ron), her much-loved grandchildren Gobinde (Ali), RamDas (Alison), Sara, Robin, Gabriel, Jessica, Jonathan, and Michael, and her adored great-grandchildren Miles, Madelena, Arlo, Chiara, Luca, Jackson and Samuel. She leaves behind her dear brother Bruno (Lidia) and sisters, Chiara and Giuliana in Italy, along with numerous nieces and nephews in Italy and the United States. she is predeceased by her brothers Giovanni and Roberto, and her sisters Antonietta and Laura.
elevated EAvOR Eugenia’s sense of style, her grace and her beauty, together with her love of family will be remembered in each of her children, grandchildren and those who were blessed to know her. Her homes on Gracefield Avenue and Riverside Boulevard, always smelled delicious with whatever she was preparing. When her grandchildren would come to visit there was always a store of Lindt chocolate and ice cream bars.
elevated EAvOR Eugenia’s faith in God was central to her life from childhood until she went to be with her Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Her faith was real and practical and was evident in the way she lived her life every day.
elevated EAvOR The family gratefully acknowledges the wonderful and loving care given to Eugenia by her caregivers Mary Jane, and most especially, Emely.
elevated EAvOR Mom/nonna, you are deeply loved and will be deeply missed.
elevated EAvOR In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations to ShareLife, Chalice, or The Alzheimer’s Society.
elevated EAvOR “I am the Way; I am Truth and Life. No one can come to the Father except through me.” John 14:6
Your Mom had a beautiful life surrounded by the love of her husband, children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
I will be with you in spirit tomorrow for her funeral and burial. It will be a beautiful Mass of the Resurrection.
With my condolences,
My sincere condolences to you and your family. I met Eugenia many years ago in Fort Myers, Florida while accompanying my Mom and her niece, Norma McCluskie during a visit with her and Odino. She was warm person and very kind to us during our visit.
Take care and be at peace knowing she is now with our Lord.
Zio Odino and family, I am so sorry to hear of Eugenia’s passing. my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.
Dear Magda, Mr Soligo, Michael and Maurice, although it has been many many years since I saw your mom, I will never forget the love that she shared with those who came through the door of your home. I will never forget her apple muffins which I adored. She happily shared the recipe With me, but to this day some 40 years later, I still can’t get them to taste like your mom’s apple muffins. I know you must be missing her so very much. I hope all the wonderful memories of her warm your heart every day. My prayers are with you. The world was a better place because of your mom. She is now in the loving embrace of Our Loving Lord. Love Jennifer
My thoughts and prayers are with all the family. She was a beautiful lady, graceful , compassionte, caring , . She will join so many wonderful souls in heaven. God has another angel.
Abbiamo seguito le esequie e pregato per Lei durante tutta la cerimonia funebre.Le piu sentite condoglianze a Odino e famiglia
A lovely woman. Fond memories of her from our high school days (Magda). Much love to the Soligo family in these sad days and wishes that your pain will soon be replaced by the memories and blessings of her wonderful life.
Zia Eugenia è stata una donna dolce, intelligente e sempre attenta agli altri, trasmetteva serenità e affetto.
Sicuramente il Padre l’avrà ora accolta nelle sue dimore eterne.
Un abbraccio a zio Odino, ai cugini e a tutta la grande famiglia Soligo.
My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. Cherish the memories of your mom & nonna as they will see you through this difficult time.
Zio Odino, Magda, Michael and Maurice,
Heaven has another Angel today. No matter what the age you are, to lose your wife and mother is a very difficult thing to experience. Just remember the wonderful memories, look back on them often and keep them close to your heart. I will participate virtually in her funeral today and be thinking of all of you. God bless!
Dear Odino, Magda and family, I am so sorry for your loss.
My sincere condolences to the family.
Eugenia was a wonderful person and it was quite evident that she was greatly loved by her family. Cherish her memory by keeping alive the wonderful memories you shared.
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time of loss.
To the Soligo and Adolfato families, our deepest condolences on the loss of your dearest Eugenia. May the Lord hold her in the palm of his hand, in eternal peace.
Sante and Rita (Cappuccitti) Zanatta
Zio Odino and family,
We are very sorry to hear of Eugenia’s passing. Our most sincere condolences to you and the rest of the family.
The Soligo Family
I remember my visits to your home and that Eugenia was surrounded by faith and love.
In prayer I commend her into God’s safe keeping and am sure that she was welcomed as part of the communion of saints in heaven.
As a young boy I remember the grace and generosity of the Soligo family who lived across the street from us on Gracefield. My brother Albert, a good friend of Maurice, often spoke of the compassion and love he felt when he visited the Soligos.
My sincere condolences to the family.
Hi Carlo, It is such a delight to hear from you! I too remember your family with great fondness. I was just thinking of your brother yesterday as I do every year on September 10th – Albert’s birthday.
We were the best of friends and I am so sad that he left us much too soon.
Dear Odino and Magda:
Deepest condolence to all the family. With a tender heart and admiration for Mrs Eugenia Soligo I remember her quiet, graceful presence at St Luke’s. Mi displace tanto la sua partenza tra noi, ma gioisco in sapere el nostro buon Dio la culla nei suoi bracci.
Norma e Famiglia