In Celebration of

Suzanna Nagy (Kralik)

July 19, 1919 -  September 23, 2021

Suzanna Nagy (Kralik) was reunited with the love of her life, Bélà Nagy on Thursday September 23, 2021. She passed peacefully surrounded by the love of her family.

Suzanna was born July 19, 1919, in Chizna, Czechoslovakia to parents Suzanne and John Kralik. At the age of 8 years old, she emigrated, along with her mother and older sister Mary, to Canada, a country she called home. Her life was marked with early hardship but hard work and her partnership with her husband turned her life into everything she could have dreamed for.

What made Suzanna happiest was caring and serving her family. She loved fiercely and devotedly, her husband (Bélà), her children (Rose and Bill), her grandchildren (Debbie, Robert, Scott and Justin), her great-grandchildren (Zachary, Charlotte, Thomas, Elizabeth, Gabriel and Samuel), her daughter- in-law (Jo-An), her grandson-in-law (Don) , her granddaughter-in-law (Sara), her sisters (Mary, Margaret and Annie, along with their families) and her extended family. All her life, Suzanna was caring, protecting, nurturing and serving them, always needing to know that they were well and properly fed.

With the assistance of her loving caregivers, Katherine O'Reiley and Cristina Mercado, Suzanna, or Nani, as she is known to so many who love her still, was able to live her life in her own home, enjoying her independence, enjoying her beautiful curiosities collected during years of travel around the world, enjoying her garden and enjoying preparing food packages for her dear family.

She will be sadly missed by her family, her neighbours, her church community and many others, whose lives she touched and who were inspired by her. In lieu of flowers, kindly make donations to The Heart and Stroke Foundation or the Alzheimer's Society. A memorial service will be held at Mount Royal Cemetery on Thursday September 30, 2021, 1297 chemin de la Forêt, Outremont, Québec, H2V 2P6. Condolences begin at 1 PM; the service is at 2 PM. The service will be streamed live on the website and available for 90 days following the service.


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Edith Desrosiers (Mme Brosseau's (Neighbourg) Grand-daughter)

Entered September 27, 2021 from Lemoyne

To the family and kind people who cared for her,

My deepest condoleances on behalf of myself, my grandmother and our whole family. Mme Nagy was a force of nature and a very kind soul. My grandmother and I were saddened to learn she had passed. Our grandmothers we neighbours, but also became friends through the years and they allowed us all to connect. She will be missed and we have you all in our hearts and minds during these sad times.

Mes sympathies à tous.

Edith Desrosiers

Helen and John Cottle (Godmother)

Entered September 29, 2021 from Burlington, Ont

A wonderful lady who will be very much missed. RIP kerestmama.