Nonna Kurilsky


Died: March 31, 2020
Place: Kensington Village Long Term Care

Nick Busigin
(Thursday, April 2, 2020)

Nick Busigin has made a donation to Russian Orthodox Church of Christ the Saviour on behalf of Nonna Kurilsky.

Jeff Bojeski
(Thursday, April 2, 2020)

Hi Chief

So sorry for the loss of your Mom,

You and your family will be in my prayers tonight,


Mary Keller-Wong
(Thursday, April 2, 2020)

Nonna was such a shy sweet lady it was always nice to se her. Mostly I knew her from Ipperwash Beach in the summer. She had the best homemade treats and was eager to share them. Her talent didn’t stop at baking she was also a talented artist. Sorry for your loss Dimitry& Natalie & your Families. Big HUGS to all ! Mary

Nick Diezyn Jr
(Friday, April 3, 2020)

We are very sorry to hear about the passing of Nonna, we especially remember how kind and sweet she was, my mother always spoke fondly of her and I know she will miss their phone conversations. Sincere condolences.

Kathy Bawden
(Friday, April 3, 2020)

Kathy Bawden has made a donation to Heart & Stroke Foundation on behalf of Nonna Kurilsky.

Robbie nasj
(Saturday, April 4, 2020)

Best wishes and prayers Nonna must have been exceptional Robbie Nash
(Saturday, April 4, 2020)

I wanted to express my most sincere condolences on the loss of you mom. Thank-you for the incredible tribute to her in the Free Press. What a courageous, influential and perseverant individual your mother was. I am encouraged by knowing her legacy. We need to hear more stories of incredible people like your Nonna
You, Trish and the rest of your family will miss her a great deal.
Dan Bird

Leahanne Salazar
(Monday, April 6, 2020)

We are so sorry for your loss. I remember spending time with Sasha at Nonna’s house when we were young. She was such a sweet, kind person who will be greatly missed. Sending prayers for everyone from Arizona.