In Memory of Brother Nigel Morrell

In Memory of Brother Nigel Morrell

Unifor Local 4304 Members are mourning the loss of one of their own. Brother Nigel Morrell, a dedicated Human Rights advocate within our membership, a member of our Local’s Human Rights Committee and Conventional Bus Operator at Grand River Transit in the Kitchener-Waterloo Service Area, passed away unexpectedly on April 16, 2017.

The passing of Brother Morrell has left a empy place in the hearts of our membership, he will be deeply missed by all.

Many Grand River Transit Operators will be wearing black arm bands or ribbons in honour of Brother Nigel during this time of loss.

Obituary Follows…

In Memory of Nigel Morrell (Tzvi ben Avraham) February 11, 1978 – April 16, 2017

Morrell, Nigel Lee (Tzvi ben Avraham) – Passed away unexpectedly on April 16, 2017 in his 40th year. Devoted husband of Tracy Morrell, loving father of Kitty Lee, Korii, Kelsii, Jazmyne Lee and Justice Lee. Beloved son of Cindy Morrell (Roger) and Mark Kovatch (Joan). Son-in-law of Bonnie (Richard) and Donald (Imelda). Much loved brother of Alicia, Kaitlyn, Olivia (Cory), Colby and Cole and brother-in-law of Sean (Charlotte). Uncle of Zoe, Joshua and Abbie. Grandson of Al Morrell (Sandra) and the late Sandra Impraim and Gillian and Mike Kovatch. He will be painfully missed by his many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Family and friends may visit at the Westmount Memorial Celebration Centre on Thursday, April 20 from 12-2 and 6-8 pm. Private Interment. Donations may be made to the Cambridge Memorial Hospital – Mental Health Services.

Shiva details as follows:

Nigel’s family will be observing Shiva at 84 Marcy Crescent on Friday April 21 from 3-4 pm and Sunday April 23 to Wednesday April 26 from 2-4 and 6-8 pm.

What is Shiva?
In Judaism, the first period of structured mourning is shiva. The primary purpose of the shiva tradition, or “sitting shiva,” is to create an environment of comfort and community for mourners; it helps guide friends and family members through the loss of a loved one. Throughout the shiva period, mourners come together in one family’s home to offer their condolences and support. For more information, please

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