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Remedios Skiba
December 8, 1935 - October 3, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">Remedios, our generous, loving, tireless and <br>hardworking wife, mother, grandmother, sister, and friend <br>has left us. She has joined her Heavenly Father and will <br>be sorrowfully missed. Remedios will be as welcomed and <br>revered in Heaven as she was by all of us here on <br>earth. Remedios loved to find the beauty and humour in <br>life. She catered to everyone's needs well above her own. <br>Remedios lived a challenging, but incredibly <br>interesting and full life. She was born in Antequera, Spain <br>into the middle of a family of 11 children. Her birth took <br>place immediately preceding the start of the Spanish Civil <br>War. She and her family endured tremendous hardships. After <br>the death of her father at a young age, her family moved to <br>Tangiers, Morocco to seek work. In her teens, Remedios <br>travelled and worked in London, England. She eventually <br>moved to Toronto, Canada where she met her husband John <br>Skiba, raised her family and lived for over 55 years. <br>Remedios leaves behind her husband John, <br>daughters Janet, Rosie and Carmen, her grandchildren Paris, <br>Augustine and Ruby, her sons-in-law Kevin, Daniel and John, <br>her dear sister Victoria, brother-in-law Bernardo, brothers <br>Juan, André, and Manuel and too many friends to <br>mention. <br>Everyone knew Remedios loved to make sure all were <br>well fed and taken care of. As per her wishes, any friend who would like to express sympathy, may make a contribution to Scott's Mission <br>or the Covenant house.</div>