February 21, 1946 – June 20, 2019
Paterson, Carol (nee Lomanto) Peacefully on June 20, 2019 in her 74th year. Predeceased by her husband Tom Paterson. Carol will be lovingly remembered forever and never forgotten by her daughters; Linda McVea (Joel) and Lisa Ciccarelli (Bob); her dear grandchildren Josh (Bronte) Bobby, Braxton and Bronwyn. She will be missed by Linda and Lisa’s Dad (Aldo). Carol will be fondly missed by her brothers and sister and their families, and all her dear friends. Carol loved her gardens, horses and animals. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Hamilton Burlington SPCA would be appreciated. Heartfelt gratitude to the compassionate staff in the CTU Unit at St. Joseph’s Hospital for their loving care. Visitation and Celebration of Life on Tuesday, June 25th from 4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at the Turner Family Funeral Home, 53 Main Street, Dundas, Ontario. Private Interment will follow at a later date.
My condolences to Carol’s family. I am a second cousin on my father’s side. (Sam Sorci). He was a cousin to Jim Lomanto.
I pray for peace in your heart and very fond memories.
My deepest condolences to Carol’s family at this difficult time. Deeply saddened hearing of Carol’s passing. Glad to have had the privilege of knowing such great lady with such a big heart. She always had time to talk, I will miss my chats with Carol. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Take comfort in knowing she is happy with Tom by her side again. xx
John,Ellen,Cindy,Samm,and Becky sent condolences to Carol,s family.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.
My condolences to all your family, especially to Linda and Lisa. I know she missed my father very much after his passing. Dealing with his cancer and his loss would take a great toll on the spirit.
I thank my only cousin from my father’s family, for letting me know of your loss, so I could pass along my condolences.
The last time I saw her, she made spaghetti for my father and I. I asked him if he recalled as a child, ne eating it with only butter and parmesan. He didn’t and thought it odd. Carol called out from the kitchen and said it wasn’t and that many Italian children eat it that way.
RIP Carol and say hi to my father for me.
Deepest sympathy to all Carol’s family.Our thoughts are with you at this sad and difficult time. sincerely Shirley Zess
I’m so embarrassed, just found out from a mutual friend, Charles, who also worked with Carol at Zehr’s. I don’t know how I missed the notice. Although I haven’t seen Carol since Tom’s funeral, I think of her often. My sincerest condolences to Linda and Lisa and all family and friends. I’ll miss her.