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Justice Chester passed peacefully at the young age of 23, with loved ones at his side, at the Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network.
We will remember a smile that was so bright with joy and happiness, and the words he shared were filled with a curiosity that challenged present circumstances.
His mind and heart were deep with a determination to fully understand the world, humanity and its purpose. He loved and felt so profoundly with every experience that it touched his spirit, and in turn inspired his passions.
Justice was an awesome musician/artist and treasured playing the guitar with his band, Daphne Bleue, collaboration with other great artists, along with painting with his Mama which brought him so much pleasure and energy.
Justice, you were the brightest moon in the blackest night, and because of the darkness that was riled around you, it only made you shine brighter in the midnight sky. You are a Rockstar and modern-day outlaw with a fire that burned the fastest, you are loved by so many and will be missed immensely.
As Justice takes the next steps in his journey, he takes a piece of our heart with him, and through our tears and heartache we are so grateful for the blessing of such a sweet son whom brought us so much happiness in his short time here.
It started with a sign he gave us, at 3:33 p.m. in his hospital room, the looming decision needed attention and the path ahead is clear for moving forward. Despite the fears, anxieties, mislaid plans, or wrong turns, he was on the right path.
The universe urging him and us to keep going and filled us with perfect love. This sign of love and good relationships in life told us our angel in flight had the guidance of joy, so even if you are in a dark place, the angels are guiding you to light. We know he will find the clarity he was rigorously and doggedly trying to seek.
We are forever grateful to the EMS's that revived him, for the wonderful care Justice was provided at the Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network. To Dr. Laura Hawryluck, the primary nurses, Charlene, Marites, Tracy, Yuna and the Critical Care Response Team of Pod 3; we cannot express how much we valued the gift you gave us to be with our son in his last days.
Justice will be continually in our minds and hearts.

We love you so much!
Thank you for being you!
Mama, Father, Julius, Gigi (Punum), Louis, Lolo, Lola, Grandpa Tom, Terry, Tita Maureen, Tita Jamie, David, Kassie, Mika and all the family in the Philippines and the United States.

His mind and heart were deep with a determination to fully understand the world, humanity and its purpose. He felt intensely for those experiencing homelessness and without hesitation was quick to offer whatever he could to them in their moment of need.
If you would like to make a donation in Justice Chester's memory, please visit the Main Street Project "how you can help" website:

Family and friends may sign a
book of condolence at

Glen Lawn Funeral Home

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Aug 07, 2021

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • My deepest most sincerest condolences and prayers to you and your family Mylene. We are so very sorry to learn about the passing of your beautiful son. Love, Aida & Jay - Posted by: Aida King (friend) on: Aug 18, 2021

  • Condolences to you Mylene and family - so sad you are forced to be on this journey of such profound loss and sadness. - Posted by: Charlene Epp (co worker) on: Aug 08, 2021

  • I knew Justice from his job at the spike. Such an amazing person. My heartfelt condolences to the family. - Posted by: Ross bisson (Friend) on: Aug 07, 2021

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