Cardinal’s Holiday Service of Remembrance
Saturday, November 27 – 2 pm
As of June 13,the Ontario government has relaxed many of the restrictions that were inplace for funerals since the beginning of the pandemic.
Although we are still not back to normal, we are now able to accommodate more friends and family than before.Funerals in Ontario are now able to alow up to 30% capacity for indoor services and up to 50 people for outdoor services.
In order to keep our guests safe and healthy, Cardinal Funeral Homes has implemented the folowing protocols for all visitations and services for the families in our care:
For over 95 years, Cardinal Funeral Homes' mission has been to provide exceptional and meaningful funeral service experiences to the families we service through teamwork, dedication and professionalism, as well as to provide comprehensive bereavement resources. We will continue to make every effort to support our families and their guests through their grieving process in this difficult time.
In order for us to continue to serve our families well and in a safe manner, we thank you for your understanding and cooperation with these preventative measures that are temporarily in place.
Jimmy and Andrew Cardinal
Roman Jacyk passed away unexpectedly on October 29, 2021 at the age of 69. He was born on October 10, 1952, in Wolverhampton, England. Roman's parents raised him and his older brother, Petro (Peter), to be devoted football fans, and good Ukrainian Catholics.
Throughout his life, Roman continued to be involved in the Ukrainian community. While in Wolverhampton, he spent several years teaching at Ukrainian Saturday school.
In 1979, Roman joined Petro, in Canada, followed shortly thereafter, by their parents, Hrehorij and Maria, in 1980.
While living in Canada, Roman continued to explore his eclectic interests in tinkering, reading, and non-traditional medicine. His love for non-traditional healing expanded with his business interests in Kangen alkaline water, and various jobs in vitamin therapy and heat therapy.
Roman was well read and was a collector of a multitude of various items. He endeavored to make the world a greener environment with his passion for cycling, in addition to the recycling of used commodities.
Roman was a unique man, who was well liked by the people that he encountered. He lived with his parents, and supported them until their passing.
Roman lives on in the memories of his friends, his brother (Petro), his nieces (Natalie & Nicole), as well as his extended family in Ukraine.
Vichnaya Pamyat (may his memory be eternal)Please click on the link for the livestream of the service.
In Lieu of flowers donations would be appreciated to:
Beginning July 16, 2021 the Bereavement Authority of Ontario is once again permitting visitations and services to take place that are open to the public. We must continue to maintain physical distancing, the wearing of masks and may not allow more than 40 guests at any one time. Once the maximum limit has been reached, we will ask any additional guests to kindly wait outside in a physically-distanced line until there is room to enter safely.
The service will be private. Thank you for your understanding.
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