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Jim was retired from the Canadian Navy - Chief E. Jim was an avid golfer. There will be no visitation. Funeral service will be held Wednesday October 13, at Predeceased after 40 years of marriage by our mom Velma in Cherished Grandfather of 13 Grandchildren and 19 Great-Grandchildren.
Survived by his sister Reta Turner of Picton, Ontario. Retired after 37 years as a Locomotive Operator at Stelco. Also a member of Paramount Drive Alliance Church. A special thank you to the staff of Extendicare Hamilton.
He is survived by Margaret, his dearly beloved wife of 63 years, his daughters Maureen Douglas and Sheila, his nieces, nephews and their families.
John was very proud of his Navy career of 25 years. He was home on Pacific Leave when the war ended. In recent years he enjoyed golfing, travelling and time spent in his yard and garden. John was a very patient and quiet man who inspired respect from those who served and worked with him and who was loved dearly by all who knew him.
He is predeceased by his parents, Clifford and Jean, his sisters Ruth and Audrey and his niece, Terry. Jack began his career serving Canada in the Royal Canadian Navy at age seventeen, and was a Canadian Legion member for forty-two years.
A decade later, Jack moved to servicing aircraft as an avionics technician, a pursuit that he loved and would perform until his retirement only a few years ago. Jack was an avid musician, camper and pool player and thoroughly enjoyed his retirement.
A Funeral Service will be held at St. Mel passed peacefully at the St. Boniface Palliative Care Ward with his family at his side.
He was predeceased by his wife, Ellen nee White in Novemberafter 56 years of marriage.
Mel was born in Oakner, MB and lived on the family farm until he joined the navy in He eventually settled in Winnipeg working construction and took up studies at United College University of Winnipeg where he met his future wife Ellen Mel began his sales career at T. In he sold his companies to his two children and retired back to the family farm in Oakner with Ellen.
Mel was an amazing man, businessman, husband, father, grandfather and friend. He was the type of person who openly shared his roaring laughter, his love of family, his intellectual mind and his ethics and honesty.
Mel was always there when family or friends were in need and in later years was still the backbone behind the success of the family business. Even in his last days, his bright spots were spent talking business with Cole and Erin.
Mel enjoyed amazing health his entire life and until recently you could still find him in his workshop, renovating his home or riding his lawnmower cutting over 10 acres of grass.
Mel held a very special place in his heart for the staff at Hamiota Hospital, not only for their care of his wife in her final days but also for his own care.
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