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August 31, 1925 - August 25, 2020
It is with great sadness and broken hearts that we share that Sarah Patricia (Trish) Warwick has passed away peacefully, in her 95th year, at her family’s home in Midhurst, on August 25th, 2020. Beloved wife to Bud (who died on April 16th, 2020), loving and proud mother to Jackie (Ken), adoring Grandma to Kyle and Alannah, cherished sister to Mary (McCrae) and very special aunt to many wonderful nieces and nephews. Trish was predeceased by her loving parents Patrick and Ellen (Conroy), her devoted brothers Mike, Frank and Pat, her treasured sister Helen, and her dear son Michael.
Trish was born in Guelph, Ontario. Growing up, Trish loved sports, and could always be found playing baseball and basketball with friends and classmates. She later attended Loretto Academy for girls. Trish often spoke of the positive influence and rewarding experience she had with the Sisters and Nuns at Loretto. From there, Trish went on to work at the Homewood in Guelph as an Administrative Support person to a team of doctors.
Soon after, in 1955, Trish met and married the “love of her life”, Bud. The two souls were inseparable, and they enjoyed 65 married years together, living a full and happy life.
Trish was an avid Toronto Raptors fan, and enjoyed watching her team win their first NBA championship title last year. She was also an enthusiastic Toronto Blue Jays fan, and would keenly search the tv for baseball games.
Trish will be fondly remembered for her spirit, which was as beautiful as her smile. We will never forget her strikingly beautiful blue eyes, her grace, her sense of humour, and her unwavering courage, and enduring devotion, to her beloved family and friends. Trish has touched more lives than she will ever know – she will be truly missed and cherished by all who knew her.
Funeral Mass for Bud and Trish
St. Christopher’s Catholic Church
1171 Clarkson Rd North
Saturday, September 5, 2020
11 o’clock a.m.