Anthony Hollyoak Obituary, Death – Anthony Hollyoak fought pancreatic cancer bravely before succumbing to the disease at Bridgepoint Hospital. Anthony celebrated his 50th year in Canada on March 4, 2022, but he has never forgotten his Irish roots. He was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Doreen “Dor” Middleton and her late husband, James, raised him as their son-in-law. He was the beloved son of the late Frederick “Big Fred” Hollyoak and Elizabeth “Eilish” Hollyoak. Nancy’s devoted husband and close friend for 32 years. Avery, Aidan, and Devon, my three children, make me very proud.
Iris Rapkoski (Stephen), Gail Sacuevo (Reyzaldi), Karyn Chaytor (Craig), and Sandra Hollyoak regard him as a loving hero. He was a brother-in-law to Karen and Greg Halket, Kelly and Ed Cole, and Jim and Andrea Middleton. Kaitlyn (Cory), Adam (Kate), Aaron (Mikayla), Sarah, Olivia, Alexandra, Evan, Giancarlo, Quin, Ashley (Andrew), Matthew, Christopher (Tamara), Justin (Aubrie), Nathan (Sarah), Riley (Mike), Tyler, and Emma, as well as many great-nieces and nephews. Many family members in Ireland, Australia, and England will remember her fondly.
Tony, Carl and Angie, Enzo and Silvia, Tom and Carol, Will and Sharon, and many others will remember him forever. Hockey coach and golfer who loves both sports. Anthony was a lifelong philanthropist, and the vast majority of his contributions will be remembered. Anthony recently celebrated 30 years with Pattison Sign Group. Everyone who worked with him saw his exceptional contribution to the company, employees, and customers.
The family would like to thank the wonderful staff at the Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, in particular Dr. Grainne Mary O’Kane and Dr. Malcolm Moore, the Toronto General Hospital, in particular Physician’s Assistant Sunita Chera and the 13th Floor Nursing Staff Eaton Wing, St. Michael’s Hospital, in particular Dr. Shree Bhalerao, Dr. Gary May, and Dr. Reza Gholami, and Bridgepoint Hospital, in particular the 9th Floor Nursing Staff. The family would also like to express gratitude to the community for the love and support shown to them by friends, neighbors, and coworkers.