Needham Funeral Service

520 Dundas Street, London, ON


Frederick McCarthy

April 18, 1922July 23, 2019

Frederick McCarthy was born on April 18, 1922 in Halifax, NS and passed away on July 23, 2019.


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Frederick McCarthy

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Richard and Joan McAteer

July 29, 2019

Debra and Chester and family
Our deepest sympathies on the loss of your Dad. No matter the age of the person lost, it is always a difficult time. Ted was a great friend to Marge and Sherm. He always kept in touch with letters and phone calls. Ted was a special friend. They really appreciated his visits and contacts. You have great memories of your Dad to help you in the days ahead. Take care.

Paula Leveille-McArdle

July 28, 2019

Dear Deb & Ches,
My thoughts are with you during this difficult period.
Your dad was a gentle soul.
Always a smile on his face. And I enjoyed our short visits.
He loved getting his haircut,that is my memory of him.

Linda and Eric Ross

July 26, 2019

Dear Deb and Ches, We were very sorry to hear about your dear Dad,Deb. He was such a delightful guy who always had a twinkle in his eye.We always enjoyed seeing him at church and at our annual Christmas carol get together.May the wonderful,loving memories you have of him give you strength at this sad time. Love Eric and Linda

herbert summers

July 26, 2019

Dear Deb and Ches - was sorry to hear of your Dad's passing - I always appreciated seeing the three of you in that pew on Sundays. Would have tried to see him in UH if I had known, since I was in there for 8 days in the cardiac unit. My thoughts and prayers are with you, and will be thinking of you on Monday. Blessings. Herbert.

Judy Cottrell

July 26, 2019

Dear Debbie and Chester
Our sincerest condolences on the passing of your wonderful Dad and a great family friend. Many fabulous memories and good laughs come to mind with your family.
Please know that our thoughts are with you during this difficult time.

Lynda Cranston and Judy Cottrell

Shelley O'Rourke

July 24, 2019

Whenever we visited Uncle Ted and Aunt Edna’s cozy home in Cornwall two things were a certainty. You couldn’t be in the house more than 5 minutes before you had a drink and usually a home baked sweet or a candy offered and before we got in the car to head back Uncle Ted always gave us a dollar and said “ Here you go dear, something for you later.”
Love you dearly