Christine Trimes

June 7, 1936 - June 22, 2021

Funeral Details:

Passed away peacefully on June 22, 2021 at the I.O.O.F. Seniors Home, Barrie at the age of 85 years.  Daughter of the late Anastasios and Anna Boutari.  Beloved wife of the late John Trimes.  Loving mother of Annamary and John.  Cherished yia-yia of John, Jennifer, Emelie, Ashley, and Jennifer.  Dear sister of Zoe, Angela, and is pre-deceased by her two brothers.  A private cremation will take place.  A special thank you to the staff who cared for our mother and kept her save at the I.O.O.F. Seniors’ Home.  Online memories and condolences may be made at

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3 Condolences
  • John Trimes Jr. (Son)
    Posted on: Wednesday, June 30, 2021 Reply

    I’ve always hated trying to write these cos it never feels like you’ve said enough.., and as my mother always said: ‘Why should you say these things about some one close to you who has already passed away? Couldn’t you say these things to them while they were still alive..?’
    Mom, in the 52 years since you brought me into this world there is one thing I know that will never ever change.. Of all the people I have ever met, all I know now and all the people I WILL ever meet in my life time YOU were, are and forever will be the strongest person to have been in my life. I know I have never been the proper Son you deserved, and frankly I didn’t try. You taught me many things that I still use in my life and because of that I will forever be eternally grateful. Without those ‘life lessons’… well I wouldn’t have survived the many problems and turbulent patches in my life time. I am and will be forever in your debt for bringing me into this worls, teaching me how to cope and survive all of life’s infinite obstacles and challenges. I know that if there is a place called Heaven and Hell and no matter which one your in I know that who ever is in charge they have their hands full with you. Makes me wonder why they haven’t had enough of you and sent you back..!! And when the time comes and we have a change to be together again, I will try my hardest to apologize and make up for all the rotten things I did and put you through You through. I could write thousands of more words but I think I will save the best and the most important ones till we meet again. I will share one with you and everyone else who reads this: I always have, do, and always will miss you and love you. Good-bye for now Mom.. I Love You. RIP.. // From the worst Son in the World ❤️

  • Annamarie Gillespie
    Posted on: Thursday, July 1, 2021 Reply

    Mom words are not enough to tell you that I love you and that I should have done more, as my brother says you are the strongest woman I know and what you have taught me I hopefully passed on to my kids. We did honour your wishes, and know that you are not alone where you are and not in pain. Many people will miss you but not forget you as you have touched their lives in one way or another, we will meet again RIP, and have a drink on me.
    Love your daughter. ❤🐕🐈💐🍹

    • John Trimes Jr. (Son)
      Posted on: Thursday, July 1, 2021 Reply


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