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POOTOSH, Mary Jane (nee KINGSTON)   - February 8, 1942, Sudbury - April 16, 2018, Toronto

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Mary after a brief illness in her 76th year.

Mary was predeceased by her son Mark and her ex-husband Lawrence.

She leaves behind: daughter Marie, her husband John and their children Chloe and Marcus.

Son Aaron, his daughters Jennifer and Amanda, great-grandchildren Allan, Rebecca and Nicholas and Aaron's companion Brenda and her children Chad, Katelyn and Jaylyn.

Daughter Lauren, her husband Frank and their children Frank Jr., Teddy and Nathan. Great-grandchildren John, Robyn, Rylan, Erica, Michael, Theo, Sadaya, Makayla and Kaleel. Mary will be missed and lovingly remembered by her half siblings, cousins, nieces and nephews, all of whom affectionately called her Peaches, because of her sunny disposition.

Mary was blessed to have had many good friends where ever she went, including: the residents at 828 Kingston Rd, where Mary resided for two years, many of whom looked out for Mary when she became confused and needed help; and the staff and guests at Senior Link, who provided many years of companionship, good meals and a second home.

Many thanks to the 3rd floor staff of Main Street Terrace for the excellent care Mary received in her final months. Join us in celebrating her life on Saturday, April 21st at St. Saviour's Anglican Church (43 Kimberley Ave., Toronto) for her Funeral Service at 11:30 a.m. Friends are welcome to visit beginning at 10:30 a.m.

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