John Romas Obituary, Death – As we work to get this notice out to the world, our hearts are filled with a tremendous lot of sadness since we have learned that John Romas has gone away. John, who was a patient at Yee Hong Hospice when he died away on February 1, 2023 at the age of 43, did not experience any pain in his final moments. During his last moments, he was cared for by his wife as well as his mother and father.
A devoted husband to his wife Sheryl-Lynn, to whom he has been wed for the past six and a half years. Dedicated father of Madalyn, who is three years old, and Emily, who is one and a half years old. A star child for his parents, Alexandra and Kosta. Unbelievable older sibling to Peter, who goes by Nicole, and also to Taso (Politimi). I am overjoyed to have the privilege of becoming Gally and Kosta and Olivia and Alexi and Christopher and Theo’s uncle.
Larry and Margaret hold their son-in-law and family member Michael in the highest regard. He is a very dear brother-in-law to both Stephanie and Sam. John will also be remembered warmly by a great number of other people who adored him for the many roles he played in their lives, including that of a caring nephew and cousin, a trustworthy coworker, a loyal teammate and golf buddy, a kind friend, and many more.
John was given a diagnosis of cancer in January 2021, and he fought the disease with a tenacity and drive that no one could have ever anticipated. As a result, his loved ones were able to spend more time with him during his battle against the sickness. John’s objective was to always have a good time and find ways to make other people laugh. John never stopped believing in God and kept a positive attitude throughout the entirety of his treatment for cancer, despite the news that he had the disease.
The family would like to express their gratitude to the many kind individuals who assisted in John’s care over the past two years. These individuals include the Ajax-Pickering Community Palliative Care Team, the Princess Margaret Oncology and Radiation Teams, the physicians and nurses at the Toronto General Emergency Room, the staff at Yee Hong Hospice (Allison, Michelle, and Raveena), and a large number of other nurses, doctors, surgeons, and caregivers. The family would like to thank all.