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STONE, Natashia Teresa

Of Fergus, passed away on Thursday, December 28 th at the age of 35. Cherished wife of Adam Toccalino, beloved daughter of Joseph and Hania Stone and doting auntie to Ivory, Roman, Memphis, David, Joseph, Cali and Zack, Natashia’s passing has profoundly saddened so many of us that were lucky enough to be received by her trademark greeting, “Hello Friend!” Natashia also leaves behind her two four-legged sons. Her pride and joy, Apollo and the pitiable sausage on toothpicks with a face only a mother could love, Nico.

Tash will be remembered for always having an open door to all of her friends and how she and Adam thrived on sharing their comfortable home to those who needed a place to stay. Tash and Adam thought nothing of favours, and will always be known for their eagerness and willingness to host any size of crowd at a moments notice. As her friends, we knew we were always welcome in their home…and you could bring your kids, your dogs and any other hanger-ons. Tash’s extreme patience
and understanding was complimented by abrupt honesty making her a sister to many, despite being an only child.

Nathasia’s passing has broken many hearts and we all feel part of us went with her. Tash takes with her a love of adventure, travel and ridiculous humour that she shared with her husband Adam. She took with her a love of shopping and the joy of always finding “The Deals”, a prowess she learned from the queen herself, her mother Hania. Tashia also takes a grounded, rock steady personality that she learned from her father Joseph.

Natashia was everyone’s rock. She brought everyone together, reveled in the good times and loved sitting outside of the spotlight. Natashia lived her life exactly how she wanted to.

In a world where she could be anything, Natashia chose to be kind.

We love you Tashy.

Natashia’s life will be celebrated with Christmas in July as promised. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Sick Kids Hospital in Toronto.




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