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Sealy LaurelSEALY, Laurel May - Laurel Sealy was born on August 14, 1946 in Saint Mary, Jamaica and passed away on April 6, 2021 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada at the age of 74 years.

She is the loving mother of Jason Sealy and his wife (Carm). Cherished Grandmother of Tobias Sealy and Malia Sealy.

She will be loved, deeply missed and forever remembered by her Mother Mrs. Iris Forrester (Jamaica) and her siblings Sonia Brizan and Neville Francis (USA); nieces Dominique Brizan-Daniels and Tina Francis; nephews Milton Brizan and Dale Francis; and many great nieces, nephews, family and friends.

Laurel was not only a Cancer survivor (Multiple Myeloma). Laurel was also a world traveller. She combined her passion for travel with philanthropic endeavours to the countries she visited. Often times finding orphanages or schools in underserved parts of the world to send books, clothes and shoes.

Laurel loved to cook & bake and would drop off beautifully created and delicious muffins, cakes or whole meals to hospital staff, neighbours and friends. Laurel loved to give her time to the elderly and sick, often spending time volunteering at The Princess Margaret Hospital.

Laurel Sealy put up a great fight against cancer until it took her life.

The Sealy family greatly appreciates your gestures of sympathy and words of condolences at this very difficult time.

Arrangements entrusted with Jerrett funeral home, St. Clair chapel. Due to the current Covid-19 restrictions, the services will remain private for the family only.

If desired, donations in Memory of Laurel may be made to the the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.

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