In Celebration of

Beryl Tucker (née Small)

November 16, 1944 -  November 15, 2022

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our mother, Beryl (Small) Tucker on November 15, 2022, at the age of 77. After a long, courageous battle, Beryl passed peacefully at home surrounded by loved ones. Survived by her daughters Stephanie, Charlene (Paul) and granddaughters, Ashley, and Norah.

Whether you knew Beryl through Christmas Park lunch program, her decorating store, Scarborough Fair in Beaurepaire or walking the streets with one of her four legged friends, she more than likely made an imprint on your heart. With her sparkling eyes and friendly smile, Beryl exuded love and kindness. A friend to everyone she met, always willing to lend a hand to anyone who needed it.

Mom you were the most incredible Mother, Nana, and friend one could ask for and you will be profoundly missed.

The moment that you died
Our hearts were torn in two,
One side filled with heartache,
The other died with you.
Remembering you is easy,
we do it every day,
But missing you is heartache
That never goes away.
We hold you tightly within our hearts
And there you will remain.
Until the joyous day arrives,
That we will meet again.

A special thanks to those that continuously supported us throughout this time. We would not have made it this far without you.

If desired, in lieu of flowers, a donation to the West Island Women’s Shelter or Animatch animal refuge can be made in Beryl’s name.


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Ann Britt (Friend)

Entered November 20, 2022 from 56 Angell, Beaconsfield

I will surely miss our get- togethers, all the laughs with a few glasses of wine! Rest In Peace my dear friend ❤️

Debbie Bowden (Friend)

Entered November 20, 2022 from Kirkland

Dear Charlene, Stephanie & all the family
Our sincere sympathy on the loss of your dear Mom & may your wonderful memories keep her spirit close to your hearts. A beautiful tribute & always an Angel by your sides☀️🙏
Debbie Bowden & family

Kelley Stotland (Like a second mother to me.)

Entered November 20, 2022

I feel very blessed and fortunate to have known Beryl, she was one of the most genuine kind souls that graced our world. Heaven gained an angel.

Tracy Arden (Friend)

Entered November 20, 2022 from DDO

My sincere condolences to Stephanie, Charlene and family, and also to Beryl's many friends. I hadn't seen her in quite some time, but I have many great memories from years ago and she was a special lady. RIP Beryl ❤

Suzanne Labelle (neighbour)

Entered November 21, 2022 from Beaconsfield

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved mom and nana.

It has shaken my soul to hear the news. I could always count on her for a laugh. The years we spent together taking care of feeding the old stray cat in the neighbourhood, she lovingly referred to him as the "old man". We shared some great laughs and some great glasses of wine. She loved her family with all her being.

She left this world well loved and that is all anyone can hope for.


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