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Thomas Northcote

Thomas Sterling Northcote

Tuesday, March 7th, 1961 - Tuesday, June 30th, 2020
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    Bernardo Funeral Homes (Dufferin)
    Address
    2960 Dufferin Street
    Toronto, Ontario M6B 3S9
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    Riverside Cemetery
    Address
    1567 Royal York Road
    Toronto, Ontario M9P 3C4
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Anthony Bellissimo

Posted at 04:16pm
I met Tom as a teenager in Pelmo Park. He was a pitcher. He struck me out and I wanted to charge the mound. Instead, we became friends. In our late teens, he asked me to play for the Weston Chiefs. He was a great player, maybe even the best on the team, next to me. In recent years, Tom reached out quite often. Most often it was quite late and he would apologize for pocket dialing me.

In the last few years we had some great times together. A few bbqs at my place with George and Ricco- who always called him Tommy. Some trips to the pawn shop. An incredible golf weekend at Avril's. He even brought me to a Leaf game, and we sat in the Leaf box with Mike K.

But our best times were on the boat, the place that Tom felt his best. He loved being on the Yankee Lady. After all he was the Captain right? He would take me to the wheelhouse and tell me about the ladies he entertained in there. Last August, we had a fantastic night on the cruise Tom invited us on that was for the crew. All night he kept asking us if we were having fun. Yes Tom we had a great time. You made sure of it.

The last time I spoke to Tom was Father's Day. Makes sense as he was so proud of his daughters. We made plans to see each other soon. I told him I would have a bbq. He talked about getting the boat ready.

I miss you already Tom. My life long friend.

I know you are in the wheelhouse in the sky Captain.
With some lucky lady, of course.


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anne egger

Posted at 09:31am
Thomas Northocte was a patient of Regent Park Community Health Centre for many years. A long time very dear patient of Dr. M. Garfinkle, Anne Egger, Nurse Practitioner, and Dr. F. Uddin for many years and so appreciated by many of the staff. I remember wonderful conversations, Thomas and I would have during the course of his visits regarding the wildlife he would come across on his bike along the lake, working on "the boat"; memories he shared of Dr. Garfinkle and lots of good laughs as well as addressing his health concerns. Knowing Thomas has enriched us all and we mourn his passing and send all our sympathies to his family. Our thoughts are with you. Anne Egger
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Nancy Funnell

Posted at 11:13am
My sincere condolences to the family and friends of Tom. Remember him hanging with my brother and that "gang". May the cherished memories bring you all comfort through the days and weeks ahead. May he rest in peace. Nancy and Dan Funnell and family
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Jim Ryder

Posted at 10:30am
My Condolences to the family, Tom is going to be missed by all his old Neighbourhood friends and their families. We all went our different ways growing up , having families of our own going through all the stuff life throws at us but somehow we all kept in touch maybe not as much as we should have but when we did it was like going out on the street and playing road hockey till the street lights came on. Going to miss the phone calls out of the blue from Tommy calling to see how I was doing and talking about the next time we could all get together. Till we meet again from Jim and the Ryder family
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Denise Andreoli

Posted at 12:28am
My sincerest condolences to the Northcote family. Our families were both from the old neighbourhood of Weston. Tom and my brother Ollie were best friends. Tom would often tell stories of the two of them, he would then joke about how many stories there were. Growing up Tom would say how I was like a little sister to him seeing as he just had two older brothers. My daughters had a great fondness for Tom and we would always look forward to an occasion when we knew Tom would be there. Tom had a knack for making people laugh whether it was with a story or a joke. Tom you will be deeply missed and as my daughter said, it’s been an honour!
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