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Hazel Irene Blackborow
May 1, 1949 - December 13, 2016
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<div itemprop="description">After a lengthly illness it is with great sadness that I announce the passing of my mother Hazel Irene Blackborow. <br>She passed on Tuesday December 13, 2016 at St. Peters Hospital (Hospice Unit) with her inmediate family by her side. <br>Predeceased by her common-law husband Gordan Soar. <br>Loving and devoted mother of Wendy Piller (Blackborow), Paul Piller (son-in-law), Kevin Blackborow Jr and Crystal (daughter-in-law). <br>Grandmother to Tyrell, Aisha, Aaliyah, Joshua, Jaiden, Austin, and her step-grandchildren Ethan, Sarah, and Kaitlyn Piller. Leaving her sister Vera Butler behind. Aunt to Glory and Donald. <br>She will be cremated on Monday December 19,2016 and will be put to rest following cremation. Inmediate family would like to thank you Doctor Shadd and staff for their outstanding care and dedication that was given to my mom, she was very happy. <br>My moms sense of humor, fighting spirit, and laughs will always be missed and never forgotten! <br>Cementary cremation wall plaque located at <br>1895 Main St. W <br>Hamilton (Dundas), Ontario <br>L8S 1J2. <br> <br>We love this funeral poem because we all know that a mom / nana is an angel in disguise, protecting us always. <br> <br> If Roses Grow In Heaven <br> <br> If roses grow in heaven, <br>Lord please pick a bunch for me, <br>Place them in my Mother's arms <br>and tell her they're from me. <br> <br>Tell her I love her and miss her, <br>and when she turns to smile, <br>place a kiss upon her cheek <br>and hold her for awhile. <br> <br>Because remembering her is easy, <br>I do it every day, <br>but there's an ache within my heart <br>that will never go away. <br> <br></div>