It is with profound sadness that the family of Matthew Ulan must announce his untimely death from natural causes at the age of 62.   Matthew was treasured as a funny, warm, helpful, brilliant, generous, and considerate man by family and so many friends.  Hugs, smiles, and laughs were his specialty and sailing, cars, and music were his passions.  Matt was predeceased by his loving parents, Jack Ulan and Millie Ulan, grandparents Hnat and Mary Guzda and Fr. Eustafius and Maria Ulan, and kindred spirit Uncle Orest Ulan.  Matthew will be intered with his family at Prospect Cemetery. Pandemic restrictions limit funeral gatherings, but a memorial will be held in the future.
Matthew’s cousins, Patricia Ulan, Sonia Ulan, and John Ulan, and his Aunt Chris Ulan are compiling memories and photographs of Matt. Please submit yours to  [email protected]. Many thanks.
Due to the current Covid - 19 restrictions in Toronto that allow a maximum number of guests to attend a funeral, the service details will be kept private and attendance will be by invite-only.

The family thanks you for your support and understanding during this challenging time.




Prospect Cemetery

Due to Covid-19 precautions the Interment Service will not be open to the public.


July 11, 2022
Anne Terry
I would like to send my condolences to the family I am old time friend from Gravenhurst Muskoka my husband and I bought the farm from his parents I saw Matthew growing up It was great pleasure knowing his mom and dad also Matthew
April 11, 2021
Nancy Lewis
I went to high school with Matt, he was such a fun loving person. So very sorry for your loss sending you my prayers and kind thoughts.
April 04, 2021
Terry Yonka
I will always remember the fun times we had playing on the bales of hay stacked in the barn, swinging from the rope and sliding down the ramp into the manure filled stables at my grandparents, Gaba farm in Grand Valley, ON. Rest In Peace Now Matt!!!
March 26, 2021
Allison Hennyey
My deepest condolences to all of Matt's family and friends. To know that we'll never see that smile or hear that laugh or feel that hug except in our memories, still seems so unreal.  Matt's humour and big heart (and of course his musical knowledge!) will always be remembered and I'm thankful to have been able to call him friend.  May the sound of his laughter carry you through the darkest days.  Fair winds Matty.