Let the memory of Francis be with us forever.
  • 81 years old
  • Born on March 12, 1937 in Kingston, West Indies, Jamaica.
  • Passed away on February 20, 2019 in Welland, Ontario, Canada.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Francis Lopez 81 years old , born on March 12, 1937 and passed away on February 20, 2019. We will remember him forever.

Please feel free to leave a comment below or a story in the story section of you wish. Thank you

Francis lived a very eventful life and did not waste any of the years given to him. He did the best he could and tried to make things right. He was a man that was logical not overly emotional and did not suffer fools lightly. He reconnected and got to spend time with most of his great grandchildren in the last year of his life. He leaves behind from eldest to youngest Isaiah, Tristan, Kyle, Nigel, Elijah, Cameron, Remi ,his only great granddaughter (the eldest of the twins) and Ryan her brother

We hope he reconnects with Nathanial who passed at 7 weeks of SIDS in April 2006 (middle brother between Tristan and Elijah)

He leaves behind his children Tanya and Gary (Karl) and grandchildren Christopher, Katherine, Deborah and Amanda. 

Francis was the 6th of 7 children and preceded by Gloria, Andre, Noel, Carlos the youngest. We hope and pray they are meeting up and celebrating in heaven.

Francis leaves behind his eldest sister our beloved Yvonne and his youngest sister our beloved Mercia and numerous nieces Jacqueline, Maureen (his goddaughter), Elizabeth, Rosemarie, Susan, and Bridget and nephew Andre

Francis also would like not to forget his cousin Patrick Lopez's youngest children Kayla and Patrick who he worried about when Pat passed.

Francis worked on the Family Tree with his cousin Kay with great pride during the last years of his life.

His other love and interest had been the many sporting accomplishments of St George's College in Jamaica and collected a lot of information which will be on displayed at his memorial.

Francis loved his plants and took great pride in his garden.

Thank you for accessing this page to share the years of Francis Edward David Lopez


Posted by Richard Guy on 26th February 2019
The Lopez family were my neighbours in Jamaica. They were fun loving social fellows along with Yvonne the daughter. They lived on 9 acres of land adjoining my house at 4 Mayfair Ave. My 3 children went to Sts Peter and Paul School on Hope Road and the kids walked down Hope Road and pass their large property to walk around to no 4,Mayfair, It was along walk round. Carlos cut a gate in our fence so the kids could walk through their property and enter our yard and by so doing save them the long walk round to Mayfair Ave. I always remembered and appreciated that kind gesture of the boys. Also on Sunday mornings after mass they would set up a wicket under the Mango Tree near the gate in the fence and I would go over and bat at the wicket which was drinking Rum at a table set up under the mango tree. I remember the boys were all good cooks and cooked great stakes so one Christmas I put on a party for all my political friends from the Ministry of Housing including the then Minister of Housing Clem Tavares and he had two of the great stakes.God bless the Lopez family they were good people. I remember their Father had the Wrights Grocery at 12 Hope Road in Cross Roads and my Mother used to buy malted milk there for us. I still remember how I loved that Malted Milk from Wrights Grocery. God Bless
Posted by Paul Mundle on 24th February 2019
Francis has been a great inspiration in ones lives.he was a risk taker always encouraging me to be financially stable.he loved life and always enjoy every day that passes . Francis had a brain filled with knowledge that should be preserved .francia we love you and will be greatly missed.
Posted by Angie Binz on 24th February 2019
Uncle Francis. I first met you and Uncle Pat when I was only 6 or 7. It’s been so many years the memories have faded. But what hasn’t faded is the way you made me feel each time Dad took us to visit you on Old Hope Road. You always had a smile for us and we felt happy when we knew we would visit. As kids we caught fish in the pond that ran near to your house. We were so young it seemed like a huge ocean, but it was only a tiny stream. You helped us make happy memories as kids and that’s really the best gift you can give a person. That and love. We love you. Forever in our hearts. ♥️ The Binns family. Xo

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