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D'ORAZIO, Dominic Ottavio



Monday, July 18, 2022 was a day none of us will forget. It was a day that we were all gifted by a true angel. He was the angel of courage. He showed us not to fear and only to love. He arrived to provide strength to his sisters and to move forward no matter what and to provide the love for them to share with whomever they come across. On Thursday, July 21, 2022 he left us to meet our family in heaven. He is now our beautiful guardian angel that has bestowed his heart with the rest of the world. Rest In Peace Dominic. 

Loved and cherished and forever remembered by his parents Erica and Adam D'Orazio, his sister Natalie and Twin sister Bethany, his grandparents Nancy and Jeff Addison, Marissa and Stewart Hamilton and Louie and Paula D'Orazio. Fondly remembered by his aunts and uncles Derek Kircher (Nikki), Crystal D'Orazio (Derek), Amanda D'Orazio, Andrew D'Orazio, Jordanna D'Orazio, Zack Addison and Megan Addison. Baby Dominic will be sadly missed by his cousins and my many dear family friends. 

A huge thank you to SickKids and Mount Sinai Doctors and nursing staff for going above and beyond for Dominic and the family. They showed so much compassion and treated the family as if they were all one. There are no words to describe how incredible and genuine everyone was and for that we are forever grateful. It was so nice to feel taken care of during a horrible time. We will never forget everything that was done for us.

A private funeral service was held at Arthur Funeral Home - Barton & Kiteley Chapel (492 Wellington Street E. 705-759-2522) on Friday, July 29, 2022 at 3:30 p.m. Mrs. Helen Smith officiated. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Memorial contributions (payable online or by cheque) to SickKids Foundation would be appreciated by the family.  Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the D'Orazio family.

"If love could of saved you, you would have lived forever." 
"We'll hold you in our hearts until we hold you in heaven"

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