Lorne Howard Nadler

14 May , 19464 April , 2019

Lorne Howard Nadler was born on 14 May , 1946 and passed away on 4 April , 2019.


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Lorie Marcotte-Roberts

11 April 2019

We are very sad and shocked to hear of Lorne's passing.
He had such a "presence" and a wonderful personality.
Sending hugs to the family during this very difficult time.

Ted Bronk

11 April 2019

I just heard of Lorne passing.
Terrible news. He was too young to go so soon.
We had many good times together. He made me laugh all the time.
My sincere condolences to Anita and the kids in this very sad and difficult time.

Arthur Grynspan

10 April 2019

Lorne, Anita and their kids lived in Beaconsfield, Quebec for a while before moving to BC. We weren't close friends, nevertheless we always felt welcome in their home. Lorne, the master of a good time; Anita, a beautiful soul, with not a bad thought in her mind. We missed them when they moved and every time I pass by their previous home, many memories rush by for the BBQ's, laughter and general great times we had together. Our sincerest condolences to the family. From Arthur, Ghyslaine and Melissa.

Frank Grigel

9 April 2019

I will miss my Amigo

Michael Brinda

8 April 2019

With the passing of Lorne, a man of much energy and sense of humour, the world is a lesser place. Having known him for over 56 years, during that time he showed me much.
He was my second family, an all-in-package: as an “adopted brother “ we did a lot together; as a “ Father confessor “ we talked. And yes...even as a “ mother” he helped in so many ways.
Lorne was a personification of sociability, as there was rarely a place to where he could not adapt in making people feel relaxed. He simply enjoyed making people laugh.
His salesman gift of the gab made him a successful businessman, building his company literally from nothing.
But without question, his greatest achievements were all his children, and the resulting “settling down“ phase...eventually.
He is missed by many, and now share the grief with and for his wife, Anita, his four children, and his siblings.
Rest In Peace old friend, until we meet again. MB

Donna Dougherty

6 April 2019

I was very sad to hear of Lorne's passing. My sister Linda and I knew Lorne from the Town of Mount Royal. We lived a few blocks from his house. We met him at the skating rink and became good friends. He would call us "his sisters" He enjoyed coming to the house to visit with our mother and have long chats. Sometimes he would stop by Sunday mornings because he knew she would be cooking bacon and he would snitch a little piece and we were sworn to secrecy. I did catch up with him in later years when he had the glove business. Lorne was a good friend and I loved how he laughed !!! Great memories !!!
My sincere condolences to Anita and family in this very sad and difficult time.

Donna Dougherty