SANTONE, Santino - In loving Memory of Santino Santone, 84 years. Born November 7, 1921, Frosinone, Italy. Died at St. Joseph's Health Centre, Friday, August 4th at 3:20 p.m. Came to Canada 1950 and worked at farming in Arnprior. He moved to Sudbury in 1951 where he worked for Crawley-McCracken working the graveyard shift cooking in the bunkhouse until he was hired by INCO at Creighton Mine that same year. He continued to work for Inco for 33 years until he retired November 1, 1984. He is predeceased by his son Franco (1947), his mother Pascqua (1933) and father Bernardino (1967) all of Italy, and by his daughter-in-law Shirley of Pembroke (1999), by his sisters Domenica (1985), Katarina (1987), Giovanna (1992), Francesca (1996), by his brother Cesare (1928) all of Italy and by his nephew Enrico (2004) Toronto. He is survived by Francesca, his wife of nearly 60 years, his son Frank of Pembroke (friend Marguerite Zillman), his son Aldo of Sudbury (wife Kim Mullin), and grandchildren Michael, David, Zachary, Damien, Willow, Dante and Rowan. Also survived by his brothers Vincenzo Santone (Catarina) of Toronto, Cesare (Domenica) of Kingston and by his nephews Cesare Rea (Maria- Rita) of Scarborough, Remo (Maria) of Vancouver, Giovanni and Anthony of Scarborough. Nieces Tayna (Rino), Sandy (Domenic), and Myra of Toronto, Laura of Barcelona, Spain and Rosella of Ottawa. He is also survived by more than 75 nieces and nephews and his sister Pasqualina (Bastiano) in Italy. He was a Cavaliere Della Patria. He served in North Africa from where he became a prisoner of war and was sent to England. He returned to Italy in August 1946. When he came to Canada in 1950, he settled in Creighton then moved to Bulmer Street in Gatchell in 1961 then to Voyageur Street in New Sudbury in 1973. He was a long-time member of La Societa Caruso, a master checkers player and an avid card player and became proficient at Bridge, learned to swim, to speak French and to ballroom dance after his retirement. His grandchildren were his great pride and joy and he will be remembered with respect and very sadly missed by all of them. He is resting at the JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME 233 Larch Street. Funeral Mass in St. Andrew the Apostle Church 1250 Barrydowne Rd. Wednesday, August 9th, 2006 at 10 a.m. Entombment in the Civic Mausoleum. Prayers 8pm Tuesday. Donations to Toronto Sick Children's Hospital, the Cancer Centre or Masses would be appreciated.