Robert "Buck" Harold Foote
5 April, 1929 – 20 March, 2021
Harold passed away peacefully at Southlake Regional Health Centre in Newmarket on Saturday March 20, 2021 in his 92nd year. Harold leaves behind his loving wife and sixty-four years, Enid May Foote (Clarkson) and his two son Doug (Tracy) and Tom (Ann-Marie). Proud Grandfather of Alyssa, Cameron, Brittainie, Wesley and Spencer. Great Granddaughter Skyla - Mae.
Harold was born on April 5th,1929 and lived all his life in Aurora. He worked for 35 years at Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources in Maple Ontario. Harold was a proud member of the Rising Sun Lodge 129 Aurora - Past Master 1967, past DDGM Toronto District 6 and raised to 33 degree in the early 1980's and member of the Newmarket Shriners Club. The family would like to thank the staff on the MSK unit, Heather and Sean at Southlake Regional Health Centre and Chartwell Aurora (Resthaven) for making Harold's last moments peaceful.
Visitation will take place on Wednesday March 24, 2021, due to Covid-19, please pre-register your time with Thompson Funeral Home by emailing LOC3162@dignitymemorial.com.
Due to the restricted numbers allowed at this time a Private Funeral Service and Burial will take place on Thursday March 25, 2021.
In lieu of flowers, contributions in "Buck's" memory may be made to Alzheimer Society, Alzheimer.ca.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.ThompsonFH-Aurora.com for the Foote family.
- Alzheimer Society
Wednesday, 24 March , 2021
Robert "Buck" Harold Foote
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Barb L Barker
14 April 2021
May his Memory be for a Blessing and comfort to the family. He was a nice man and very friendly. He used to come into the Bank with his wife and later years on his own. He always had a joke to tell and words of wisdom. He will be greatly missed.
22 March 2021
To the Foote family,
I am truly sorry to hear of the loss of Harold (as I knew him). He came into our office for many years and all of the staff loved him and had a good laugh with him each time. He loved to eat the cookies at our front reception and loved to bring in treats for everybody when he visited. Everyone in our office has such fond memories of him - he was one of our 'characters' that we loved having visit. We are all saddened by this news and we are thinking of you all.
21 March 2021
Not only was Harold my first cousin but he was also a close friend. We shared several interests namely.....music where we both played in the Aurora Boys band back in the 1940's and '50's; avaition as we both held private pilots licence and flew in his Cornell; Freemasonry, as we both belonged to the Rising Sun Masonic Lodge in Aurora and shared many events over a period of at least 63 years. Rest in peace my friend in the Grand Lodge Above.