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Michael Catto

CATTO, Michael

1962 – 2023

Michael Catto, a beloved husband and father, passed away on August 7, 2023 at the Cornwall Community Hospital. He was the husband of Vickie Catto and the father of Joy Catto. Michael was a constant source of support and friendship to his loved ones, and his affection for his family was immeasurable. He cherished spending quality time with their cherished dog, Echo. His warm personality and love for tabletop games made him a treasured member of his community, greatly remembered by his friends and family, particularly his childhood friend Rob Triebe and close friend Alan Pescatore. Among his many passions were Dungeons and Dragons, cards and board games, as well as movie nights complete with popcorn and chocolate. He had a distinct fondness for pineapple, and his go-to pizza was always topped with pineapple and ham. Sports, the music of the band Rush, and tranquil moments at home brought immense joy to Mike’s life. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly requests donations to the Canadian Cancer Society. As per Michael’s final wishes, he has been cremated and no services will be held. Funeral arrangements were entrusted to M. John Sullivan Funeral Home, located across from City Hall. For more information, please contact (613) 938-1039.

CATTO, Michael

1962 – 2023

Michael Catto, a beloved husband and father, passed away on August 7, 2023 at the Cornwall Community Hospital. Preceding him in death were his parents, Elsie (née Craig) and Rhod Catto. His wife, Vickie Catto, considered him her best friend and constant pillar of support. Their daughter, Joy, found him to be an incredible source of inspiration. Together, they shared a deep love for their family dog, Echo. Remembered dearly by his family and friends, Michael’s childhood friend Rob Triebe and his close friend Alan Pescatore fondly recall the cherished moments they spent with him. Mike had found pleasure in playing tabletop games alongside numerous others who shared his passion. Dungeons and Dragons, cards, board games, and movie nights filled with popcorn and chocolate proved to be some of Mike’s favorite pastimes. With an affinity for the unique combination of pineapple and ham, he could never resist a pineapple pizza. Above all, Mike adored indulging in sports, listening to the music of Rush, and cherished calm evenings at home. Instead of flowers, the family kindly requests contributions to the Canadian Cancer Society. In adherence to Michael’s wishes, he was cremated privately, and no memorial services have been scheduled. M. John Sullivan Funeral Home, located across from City Hall, has been entrusted with the honor of handling the funeral arrangements. If desired, please contact (613) 938-1039 for further details.

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