In Celebration of

Jacqueline Marguerite Cameron Karasik (née Stuart)

December 7, 1930 -  March 12, 2022

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Jacqueline Karasik (née Stuart) on March 12th, 2022 at the age of 91. Daughter of the late Duncan James Stuart and Georgina Begg. Beloved wife to the late Bennie Karasik and a loving mother to her son Stuart Flinn, who predeceased her. She will be sadly missed by her brother Donald (Patricia), her niece Laurie (Alex) and nephew Paul. Jacquie was a very special auntie to Olivia, Isabella and Jewell Petrovic. She will always be remembered by her sister-in-law, Elizabeth. She was predeceased by her best friend Margie White. She was a member of the Contactivity Centre which is a Community Centre powered by seniors. She loved spending time there with all her dear friends. She will be fondly missed by her friend & trainer, Joanne (Terry.)

The family wishes to thank the staff at the Royal Victoria Hospital. As per Jacquie’s wishes, there will not be a funeral service and in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Montreal Children’s Hospital which held a special spot in her heart. May she rest in peace.


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Karen McIsaac (St.Catherine Medical Group / friend)

Entered March 17, 2022 from verdun

Oh how I will miss our talks and your visits to the clinic. You were a very special lady and you will be deeply missed. Rest in heavenly peace Jackie xo

Sandra Breen (Friend at Contactivity)

Entered March 18, 2022 from 8761 rue Centrale, La Salle. Que

Jacquie and I share a Birthday a day apart and also 10 yeats apart. We loved tha knitting that she did. I will miss her very much!

Angelina Hum (Crafts Coordinator at Contactivity Centre)

Entered March 18, 2022 from Montreal

My condolences to Jacquie’s family. She was a valued member of the Busy Bees at Contactivity. She knitted throughout Covid for our bazaar. I just delivered her some new yarn to start a new project! This was so sudden but I am glad to know that she didn’t suffer for too long. We will miss her spunk and her smile. She was an inspiration and I was happy to have had the chance to know her.

linda lowe (Friend)

Entered March 18, 2022 from Contactivity center

We shared stories and much laughter. I will always remember my friend.

Maureen McCrory (Contactivity Busy Bee Friend)

Entered March 18, 2022 from Westmount

My deepest sympathy and thoughts to Jacquie's family. Jacqui had such spunk and zest for life. She was a priceless gem who graced us with such positivity and wit.
We will miss our Busy Bee friend..


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