OBITUARY

Kurt Ott

September 13, 1928June 9, 2021

On June 9, 2021 at the age of 92, Kurt passed into eternal sleep to be joined again with his wife and soulmate, Dagmar. He leaves to mourn his beloved son, Jerry, and daughter-in-law, Linda, and cherished granddaughter Jessica (Andrei). He is survived by his nieces, Karole and Kathy, as well as his nephew, Billy, in the US, and many great nieces and nephews as well. The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staff at the Elisabeth Bruyère Centre, for making his last five months in this earthly realm the best that they could be. We would like to especially thank his nurses Amber, Danielle, and Jackie for their dedication, love, humour and caring of our father and grandfather (Opa) in his final days, we could not have done this without you. Due to covid-19 restrictions, a private graveside service will take place. For those who wish to attend virtually, the service will be livestreamed at www.funeraweb.tv Thursday June 17, 2021 at 10am. It will also be available in review for 200 days after. It was Kurt's wish that donations in his memory could be made to the Bruyère Continuing Care Foundation.

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Pat and Joe Cucinotti

June 26, 2021

Joe and I sent our deepest sympathy. Kurt was a great friend in Sandpiper - he planted beautiful flowers, rode his bike and car around the complex, we met him in the afternoon in the pool and Wednesday evenings at Bingo (he was the Chief Cake Cutter) and at St. Patrick's Day. He, Bill and Harry made the best corn beef and cabbage dinner. Rest in Peace, Kurt.

Pat and Joe Cucinotti

Maureen Whitehead

June 14, 2021

I'm so sorry for your loss. Mr. Ott was my wonderful neighbour here in Ottawa for the last twelve years. He created such beautiful gardens around the property. I, like many others, will remember Mr. Ott's energy; riding around on his bike, as a member of the condo board and always having a kind word for those he met in the halls. Rest in peace.

Richard and Mayra Villacis

June 13, 2021

Our deepest condolences to the Ott family. Our family loved Kurt. He was kind, energetic, best humor, and all around a good human being. We had the privilege to share a great friendship for 25 years as owners at Sandpiper. May Our heavily Father keep him in His glory. RIP

Bob and Helen Allard

June 13, 2021

We enjoyed Kurt’s return to Naples Sandpiper Bay Club every year for the winter months in Paradise! We lived in G-304 until Oct. 2020, moved to Independent Living in Jacksonville, Fl. to be closer to a daughter. Kurt was a happy guy, remember him on his bike . So sorry your loss, love Helen and Bob Allard.

Dianne Mezzadri

June 12, 2021

Oh how we all loved Kurt! He was my fathers very best friend. We have wonderful memories of him at Sandpiper! My siblings all felt the same way. We are so sorry for your loss. He was a great man & friend. RIp Kurt. I loved you and how you were so much a part of our lives when we came to Naples! I’ll think of you riding into the beautiful Naples sunset with my dad, Harry ❤️❤️

Jacqueline Hecker

June 12, 2021

I loved watching you ride around at sandpiper you were a great person and very well thought of rip my friend

X Yz

June 11, 2021

Thank you. ❤

Cor and Cherryl Van Dyke

June 11, 2021

Jerry, Linda & family,
We are so sorry to hear about your dad's passing. Please accept our condolences. We hope that remembering the good times, will help you through these sad days.

Cor & Cherryl Van Dyke (nee Rennick)

Art Hellriegel

June 11, 2021

A lifetime is made of memories and we shared many great ones.

james wayland-smith3

June 11, 2021

My Uncle Kurt was a wonderful uncle. Among the many memories was the year he took my sister, Kathy , and I to Germany. He took us to see our mother's family. They loved him. Of course he spoke German and we Didn't. We went and saw Oma's house and visited the Elba where our Dad sailed off. At one town we were told, "there will be no shopping" He was just great. I will miss my uncle very much.



FROM THE FAMILY