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In Memory of Tomlin Alexander Somerville

It is with deep sadness that we announce the peaceful home-going of Tomlin Alexander Somerville, 83, on October 21st, 2021. 

Tom was born in Westmoreland Jamaica and later migrated to Canada where he spent most of his life as a skilled General Contractor. He lived a full life and rested with faith in God. 

Predeceased by his parents and four siblings, he is survived by brother Alvin and children Delroy (Caroline), Hubert (Fay), Vyona (Junior), Maxine, Francine (Paul), Deanna and Kevin, many beautiful grandchildren and family.  He had many great friends and will be missed.

Family and friends are invited to attend a visitation at Heritage Funeral Complex, 1250 Trim rd., Orléans, on Thursday, November 4th, 2021 from 4pm to 8pm.

A private funeral service will be held with family by invitation. 

Friends are invited to join a Live Webcast viewing of the funeral on Friday, November 5th, 2021, at 10:30am (EST): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhvsQ0lhERw

For those wishing to make a donation in memorium, please consider the Worship and Restoration Ministries www.WARMchurch.ca or a community charity of your choosing. 

Thank you for helping us celebrate and remember Tom’s life

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Rip uncle. Never got the chance to meet you, but I know you were a kind loving person. May your soul rest in perpetual peace.

Our Deepest Sympathy to the Somerville Family

Tomlin Alexander Somerville
He was loved and will be remembered by many.
The circumstances at this time of Covid-19 separates us from meeting in Person to celebrate a great life lived. Let us be thankful that we are still able to communicate from a distance.
Remembering with thankfulness how wonderful it was to have had someone like him among us, May the sympathy of others and
His precious memory helps to comfort us- at this time of celebrating our caring thoughts are with you all. Thanks are to God for the great things he has done Our Deepest condolence to the Family,
We are so sorry to hear of her passing, this was a life well lived and will be on the minds of the many He has touched in different ways. He was a proud Jamaican. He bears no grudge he was committed to his family and his trade for decades, kind-hearted, always ready to share .He was loved by his family and many friends.. As we celebrate a well-lived life from a distance due to Covid-19 pandemic restriction, it will bring joy to you knowing that his fiscal being on earth has ended but his works of the many project worked on as he showed respect for the land and restored our dwelling places. These memories will be with us forever. We are remembering all the Joy he has given. He was a dedicated supporter of the Jamaican (Ottawa) Community Associate Inc. for over40 years.  
His Soul now rest in peace.
Retired Chef Elisha Luke Campbell and Family

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