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Durrani ManwarDURRANI, Manwar - July 4, 1945 – May 22, 2020 - He went to be with our Lord Jesus Christ on May 22, 2020, at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto.

Manwar Durrani was 74 years of age.

He was the beloved husband of Gulzar Manwar Durrani (predeceased).

The loving father of Farida, Akbar and Hamayun.

Mr. Durrani will be lovingly remembered by his grandchildren Simon, Nimble, Sarah and Nahum.

Mr. Manwar Durrani was born on the 4th of July 1945. He was the oldest among his six siblings four brothers and two sisters. All his four brothers had already passed away.

Mr. Manwar Durrani got his education from Murray College Sialkot, Pakistan.

He was a very loving and kind hearted person. He was always ready to help other people. He was very punctual in his life, always waking up early in the morning and having his meal on-time. He loved to eat food with speciality seasoned spices which include meat. 

His most wish was to go back to Pakistan and meet his extended family. But due to his dialysis complication he was not able to make the journey home. He was very proactive in communication over the phone with all of his friends, extended family members. He also learnt how to use a smart phone using apps to be in touch with his friends and family abroad. A dedicated husband and father, epitome of love, sacrifice and strength.

Visitation will be held at Precious Blood Roman Catholic Church, 1737 Lawrence Avenue East, Scarborough on May 26th from 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM followed by theservice and interment.