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ONTARIO - St. Mary's - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 3

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Date: Saturday, 17 September 2016, at 12:13 p.m.

GILCHRIST: In loving memory of Robert Gilchrist who passed away December 28, 2000. Since you’ve gone first and I remain
With battles to be fought
Each step you take along the way
Will be a hallowed spot
I want to know each step you take
That I may take the same
For some day down that lonely path
You’ll hear me call your name. Ever remembered and loved by wife Goldie and family

KITTMER: In loving memory of Burns born March 28, 1928 died January 3, 1987. Sadly missed by Connie and Family

PEARSON: In loving memory of our Dad and Grandpa, Ralph Pearson, who passed away four years ago December 27, 1999. Every day, in some small way,
Memories of you come our way.
Though absent, you are ever near,
Still missed, still loved, and ever dear. We miss you always, Lori, Ron, Ryan and Kaitlin

PEARSON: In loving memory of Ralph Pearson, who passed away December 27, 1999. The blow was great, the shock severe,
We little thought the end was near,
And only those who have lost can tell
The pain of parting without farewell.
More each day we miss you, father,
Friends may think the wound is healed,
But they little know the sorrow
That lies within our hearts concealed. Love always Ken, Kim, Kyle, Kaleb; Jon, Wendy, Josh and Hailey

VELDMAN: In loving memory of our Jim, son, brother, brother-in-law and uncle, October 25, 1958 - December 31, 1994. Jim just as you were
You will always be
Treasured forever
In our memory.
Our love will never fade. Mom and Dad (Andy & Mary), brother Steven and Carol, sister Mary-Ellen and Jim Zegers, brother Dan and Glynis and their families

FORD: In loving memory of Donna Ford, who passed away March 5, 2003. God saw you getting tired
And a cure was not to be
So he put His arms around you
And whispered come to me
With tearful eyes we watched you, and saw you pass away
Although we loved you dearly
We could not make you stay
A golden heart stopped beating,
Hard working hands at rest
God broke our hearts to prove
That he only takes the best.
You are forever a part of us. Donna is lovingly remembered by Dave Ford and Family

STERKENBURG: In loving memory of Mom and Oma, Bep, who passed away March 4th, 2003. To a good life came a peaceful end.
She died as she lived, everyone’s friend,
Upright and just in all her ways
Loving and kind to the end of her days.
We saw her suffer, heard her sigh,
We could do nothing but sit close by,
We have lost, but heaven has gained,
One of the best the world contained. Sadly missed and remembered by Mike, Michelle, Patrick and Adam

LLOYD: In loving memory of our dad and grandad, Bill, who passed away 1year ago May 16, 2003. Our lives go on without you,
But nothing is the same.
We have tried to hide our heartache,
When someone speaks your name,
Sad are the hearts that loved you,
Silent the tears that fall,
Living our lives without you,
Is the hardest part of all.
You did so many things for us,
Your heart was kind and true,
And when we needed someone,
We could always count on you.
The special years will not return,
When we were all together,
But with the love within our hearts,
You will walk with us forever. Lovingly remembered by Karen, Jennett, Cathy and Marg and families

LLOYD: In loving memory of my husband Bill, who passed away 1 year ago on May 16, 2003. If roses grow in heaven,
Lord please pick a bunch for me,
Place them in my husbands arms and tell him they’re from me,
Tell him I love him and miss him and when he turns to smile,
Place a kiss upon his cheek and hold him for awhile.
Because remembering him is easy, I do it every day,
But there’s an ache within my heart that will never go away. Sadly missed by wife Alice

LLOYD: - About a year ago a man passed away. His name is Bill Lloyd. He was not an extraordinary man to most people. Oh, he was well liked and respected no doubt about that but I had a chance to get to know him in ways perhaps a lot of people didn’t. He was above all a fiercely loyal family man, no one had better say anything about his four daughters or they would get an earful. He was devoted to his wife, Alice, in a way that only someone who has spent most of their life with a person could appreciate. He was a hard worker, not afraid to pitch in whenever or wherever he could. I had the privilege on several occasions to assist Bill in jobs around his house. It may sound funny but I did think it a privilege that he would respect me and my meagre talents enough that he thought I could repair almost anything. During these times we would talk with an
ease and comraderie that you only find with the best of friends because that is what I considered Bill, more than just a father-in-law, he was a good friend. You may wonder why it took me a year to say these things but I think that at a funeral people may forget what a person was in life and it sometimes takes time to realize how much a person is missed and how much you still love them. It would not seem right to say we “lost” Bill because I know where he is, he is up in Heaven right now thinking about mowing God’s grass or taking a walk along the river and I know that someday I will meet him there because whenever I helped him with a chore he always told me, with a gleam in his eye, I would ‘get my reward in Heaven’. So until we meet again I will stive to be the best husband and father I can be and if I am thought of half as well as Bill is that would be a worthy accomplishment. With love and respect, Dan Hamilton

WAKEM: In loving memory of Michael who passed away May 11, 2002. God called him home, it was His will,
But in our hearts we love him still;
His memory is as dear today
As in the hour he passed away.
We often sit and think of him
When we are all alone,
For memory is the only thing
That grief can call its own. Sadly missed by Mom, Dad, Norm, Bobbie-Jo, Kelly, Samantha and Daphne

WILLIAMS: In loving memory of Wilbert Williams, a dear husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and great-great-grandfather who passed away May 14, 2002. In a great country grave yard
Where gentle breezes blow
Lies dad we loved so dearly
Who we lost two years ago.
May the winds blow so softly
And whisper so you’ll hear
We will always love and miss you
And wish you were here. In our thoughts always, wife Myrtle, son Norman and wife Doreen and family

LLOYD: In loving memory of our dad and grandad, Bill, who passed away 1year ago May 16, 2003. Our lives go on without you,
But nothing is the same.
We have tried to hide our heartache,
When someone speaks your name,
Sad are the hearts that loved you,
Silent the tears that fall,
Living our lives without you,
Is the hardest part of all.
You did so many things for us,
Your heart was kind and true,
And when we needed someone,
We could always count on you.
The special years will not return,
When we were all together,
But with the love within our hearts,
You will walk with us forever. Lovingly remembered by Karen, Jennett, Cathy and Marg and families

LLOYD: In loving memory of my husband Bill, who passed away 1 year ago on May 16, 2003. If roses grow in heaven,
Lord please pick a bunch for me,
Place them in my husbands arms and tell him they’re from me,
Tell him I love him and miss him and when he turns to smile,
Place a kiss upon his cheek and hold him for awhile.
Because remembering him is easy, I do it every day,
But there’s an ache within my heart that will never go away. Sadly missed by wife Alice

LLOYD: - About a year ago a man passed away. His name is Bill Lloyd. He was not an extraordinary man to most people. Oh, he was well liked and respected no doubt about that but I had a chance to get to know him in ways perhaps a lot of people didn’t. He was above all a fiercely loyal family man, no one had better say anything about his four daughters or they would get an earful. He was devoted to his wife, Alice, in a way that only someone who has spent most of their life with a person could appreciate. He was a hard worker, not afraid to pitch in whenever or wherever he could. I had the privilege on several occasions to assist Bill in jobs around his house. It may sound funny but I did think it a privilege that he would respect me and my meagre talents enough that he thought I could repair almost anything. During these times we would talk with an
ease and comraderie that you only find with the best of friends because that is what I considered Bill, more than just a father-in-law, he was a good friend. You may wonder why it took me a year to say these things but I think that at a funeral people may forget what a person was in life and it sometimes takes time to realize how much a person is missed and how much you still love them. It would not seem right to say we “lost” Bill because I know where he is, he is up in Heaven right now thinking about mowing God’s grass or taking a walk along the river and I know that someday I will meet him there because whenever I helped him with a chore he always told me, with a gleam in his eye, I would ‘get my reward in Heaven’. So until we meet again I will stive to be the best husband and father I can be and if I am thought of half as well as Bill is that would be a worthy accomplishment. With love and respect, Dan Hamilton

WAKEM: In loving memory of Michael who passed away May 11, 2002. God called him home, it was His will,
But in our hearts we love him still;
His memory is as dear today
As in the hour he passed away.
We often sit and think of him
When we are all alone,
For memory is the only thing
That grief can call its own. Sadly missed by Mom, Dad, Norm, Bobbie-Jo, Kelly, Samantha and Daphne

WILLIAMS: In loving memory of Wilbert Williams, a dear husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather and great-great-grandfather who passed away May 14, 2002. In a great country grave yard
Where gentle breezes blow
Lies dad we loved so dearly
Who we lost two years ago.
May the winds blow so softly
And whisper so you’ll hear
We will always love and miss you
And wish you were here. In our thoughts always, wife Myrtle, son Norman and wife Doreen and family

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