William George Wilcox

August 30, 1940November 8, 2020

William George Wilcox was born on August 30, 1940 and passed away on November 8, 2020 and is under the care of Giffen-Mack Funeral Home & Cremation Centre.

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Theresa Savoie

November 26, 2020

Rest in peace uncle George. My deepest condolences to the wilcox family. Gone but will never be forgotten. Love you

Laurie Collie

November 22, 2020

I remember going to the corn roasts and the trailer with you and when you would always sing around the campfire and when we would pick Aunt Dar up from work thank you for all the great memories you left me I will never forget them I love you Uncle George R.I.P ❤️❤️

Amanda Collie

November 22, 2020

You were my favourite Great Uncle I will miss you sooo much I will never forget the memories you left me xoxoxo my favourite memory is when you would tell me about how Nana and Papa first met and how they got together and all the stories you used to tell me thank you for always being in my life and for always being there ❤️❤️ “ Georgie Porgie pudding in a pie kissed the girls and made them cry when the boys came out to play Georgie Porgie ran away “ I used to always tease him with that and he would always say “ I will Georgie Porgie you “ 🙂😘❤️ R.I.P Uncle George I love you ❤️❤️

Jeremy Baverstock

November 22, 2020

When I first met you we sat and talked about hockey for about 2 hours we had alot of fun at the lake to with you will never be forgotten George thank you for the 7 to 10 years I been around thank you for everything and the good memories my thoughts and prayers to the family of George if u need anything iam here for you guys

Cindy Duce

November 21, 2020

When at lake and the men would drink beer in boat and loose beer in the lake. The time my aunt helen went fishing and put hook with frog in our friend beckys hat. The time my cousin Judy and I went double bycling at the cottage came home from my friends cottage it was raining , Judy and I feel off the bike in the pot holes and cut our toes forehead Judy blamed me cindy for hurting her lol. The best memories for the lake was the snapping turtles fish frogs swimming staying in an tent cottage camp fires playing guitars singing roasting corn and weiners in a huge pot on a large fire.

Bonny and Lorenzo St Coeur

November 13, 2020

To my sister-in-law Darlene and her daughter Cindy, sending our love and hugs to you. We know you are going to miss him and his opinions as much as we are. We will miss his visits to the lake and how we enjoyed his company. Love you always our brother George


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