OBITUARY

Douglas Roy Wilson

January 20, 1924December 8, 2012

Sunrise January 20th, 1924 Buffalo, NY, USA

Sunset December 8th, 2012 Oakville, Ontario

WILSON, Douglas Roy

Wilson, Douglas Roy (WWll Veteran, Served in the RCAF with a rank of Pilot Officer to the All Canadian 6th Group of the 408 Goose Squandron)

Peacefully at Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, in Oakville, on Saturday, December 8th, 2012, in his 89th year. Beloved Father of Daughter’s Suzanne, Diane (Joseph), Michelle(Oneill), Natalie (Reinhard), Jackie (Richard) and the late Carol. Proud Grandfather of 14 and Great Grandfather of 3. Relatives and Friends will be received at GIFFEN- MACK “DANFORTH” FUNERAL HOME & CREMATION CENTRE, 2570 Danforth Avenue, Toronto, 416-698-3121 On Friday, December 14th from 11:00am for Visitation until Service at 12:00pm in Giffen-Mack Chapel. Cremation to follow. Interment to take place at a later date in The Chapel of the Delaware Cemetery in Ohsweken, Ontario. In Lieu of Flowers, Donations to: Chapel of the Delaware Renovation Fund, c/o Caron Smith, P.O. Box 534 Ohsweken, Ontario, N0A 1M0 would be appreciated by his family. On Line Condolences: www.giffenmackdanforth.com

Services

  • Visitation Friday, December 14, 2012
  • Funeral Service Friday, December 14, 2012
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Douglas Roy Wilson

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Lori Peters (Johnston)

December 17, 2012

It was with a sad heart that I read the notice about your Dad in our local paper over the weekend. I have so many great memories of fun times at 75 Gladman. Mr Wilson was always so welcoming of the girls friends and treated us like part of the family. He always had such great stories to tell, and inspirational pieces of wisdom to share (May I say this) and the best hugs and kisses going. He was always so patient with our antics and there were many. My heart goes out to you ladies and may your memories of such a wonderful man fill your hearts forever and bring you peace.

Sandra & Ron Hayward

December 16, 2012

Dear Suzanne, Diane, Michelle, Natalie, Jackie and families:

Just a short note to let all of you know our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of sorrow.
Hoping your day is brightened in some small way by knowing someone thinks of you and cares alot the way we do.
Take one day at a time and hopefully as time passes the pain will ease.
It is never easy to say "so long", to let go of a hand. It is never easy to bid farewell to someone who is so dear to you. In your sorrow may it help to know that we share in your grief.
Just remember if you need a listening ear I am only a phone call away.
Unfortunately we did not find out about your father's death until the day of the funeral. It was too late to call or send flowers as we were out of the country. We will be down South for the winter months but I will be sure to give you a call shortly.
Once again we love each and every one of you very much and was so sorry to hear of your loss.

s.hayward@rogers.com

Debbie Szwejk(nee Skene)

December 13, 2012

I'm so sorry to hear about your Dad, always enjoyed being around him. I know how your feeling at this time as we are going thru the same loss of our mum. Now you have two angels to look after you. Take care everyone. With love, Debbie and family

Bill Henderson

December 13, 2012

Roy was my older brother and always was an inspiration to me. Although we were apart from birth he was very influential in my life whether it was in sports or in other life activities.

I will miss him.

Kim Steenson

December 12, 2012

Hello Girls
I have many fond memories of your dad, he
was always so welcoming at your home. And he loved everyone he met. I am thinking of you at his sad time.
Love Kim and Peter Steenson

FROM THE FAMILY