Soren James NICOLOSI-WELSH

2020 - 2020

Glenhaven Memorial Chapel
Replay of the ceremony
  • Mercedes
    I love you guys ❤️ I'm so sorry for your loss
  • Chris Fletcher
    So sorry for your loss.
  • Jakara
    I’m here Dianne. Love you guys so much. Our families heart breaks for you.
  • Lynn Nicolosi
    I'm here, cuz. I'm so sorry for your loss. Love to all of you ❤
  • Grandpa Daniel Nicolosi
    Aloha Dianne and Kale. Gloria and Kim are here
  • Moira
    Sending love and condolences to all.
  • Jen Turnbull
    Thinking of you all today. My deepest condolences on this loss of Soren. So full of hope and possibility, and gone too soon.
  • Moira
    Sending a poem by Robbie Burns:
  • Moira
    ELSA your sisters are with you
  • Rosie Noonan Ross
    Condolences and lots of love from your family in Ontario. May he rest in peace.
  • Gloria
    Beautiful venue. Love to all.
  • Jean Walker
    Sending love and my deepest condolences.
  • Janette Wynn
    Sometmes life can be so harsh and cruel but remember you'll always have family and friends to help you through. This is a beautiful farewell to my great grandson, SOREN
  • Chris Fletcher
    Ladies and Gentlemen, Every parent knows instinctively that children die after the parents. When this instinctual knowledge is contradicted by nature, the meaning of life must change radically for those remaining. This is the case for Soren James Nicolosi Welsh. Let me be clear about this: I have absolutely no idea what Dianne and her close family are feeling now, nor what they will feel in the future, simply because I have not undergone the type of loss that they have suffered. This type of event is usually used to celebrate the deceased’s life – their characters (especially their foibles), their accomplishments, their joys or losses; to share stories and reminiscences. But think: how can we do those usual activities when the deceased hasn’t had the chance to accrue any of these things? I don’t believe we can. So, for my part, I can only offer my sincerest condolences and prayers, and, perhaps, remind them of what Jesus said to his apostles, in Matthew 19:14, when they tried to rebuke the children for going to Him, “14 … But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.” Please consider at this time, how can they go to Him unless called?
  • Wendy
    Beautiful service. Thanks to Musqueum Nation.
  • Janette Wynn
    Yes, indeed.
  • Wendy
    Thanks to Musqueum Nation. Fir blessing my grandson and sending him off
  • Janette Wynn
    Thank you from Soren's great grandmother
  • Moira
    Beannachd leat, mo chridhe.
  • Chris Fletcher
    Lovey ceremony
  • Michele & Zené Fly be free beautiful boy
    Michele in Seattle sending love to your whole special supportive family, Dianne & Kale,. The Musqueum Nations blessings on First Nations Sacred Land. Awesome, what an enormous gift is that in and of itself. It must be giving you that peace of mind to know your beautiful son Soren is soaring like the eagle now., free to be. He had such a blessed send off and will always be safe now. Thank you for making this virtual web stream visitation possible. You are loved. Laying this beautiful baby boy's body to rest on sacred land must be giving you the sense of relief you needed. What enormous gratitude and peace you must be feeling knowing this. The First Nations drumming ritual to send him off and heartfelt words of those who shared made this a memorable very special occasion for all of us; Beautiful service. Beautiful.
  • Daniel Welsh
    Beautiful service. I wish I could have been there. Love to Diane and Kale, Pat and Wendy, Diane's parents. My heart is with all of you and all the other family and friends. The loss of a child is something that no one should go through. May peace be with all of you.
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