So sorry to hear your message yesterday, about your Dad’s passing....although I only remember him, from a visit your family made to our place in Manotick many, many years ago, my Dad ( Herb ) passed on many fond shared memories of him and both our families as they/we crossed paths over the years.....I never did find out how your Dad became known as Trigger, though....
Dad was always impressed with Trigger’s positive outlook any time they talked together , especially the last few years.
Your Dad will be missed by all who new him,personally, or knew of him through his many, many friends....
Our condolences to you all, at this time, you are in our thoughts and prayers....
Pat & Carmen (&Noah)
Lori and family,
We are saddened to learn that your father has passed. He had such a positive and lasting effect on all of you. Please extend our condolences to all who feel this loss.
I know the next time you go sailing that he will be keep watch over you, guiding you into safe harbors.
Mary Jane and Art DeLaurentis
To a man of many facets who raised a beautiful family. He cut his own path and he fought a courageous battle with MS everyday. Lori, knows how much we love her and are thinking about her but Denyse, Janet, Judy, Paul , Chris (and you too Tricia!) want you to know that we are thinking of all and share in your sadness. Laura & Arnie
To the Trepanier family, sorry to hear about your Dad’s passing. I did not know he was in the Military service. Now he and Monk will be up in heaven arguing about politics 😉🇨🇦 And listening to Cape Breton fiddle music 👏 with both our Mom’s and Tricia
Planning the funeral service in June gives people a lot of time to make arrangements
It will be a nice time to see family but a sad event to attend 😇😢🙏
Keep in touch, hello to all my first cousins