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Fiche créée le : 2008-11-18
Willy O'REE
Père : John O'REE
Mère : Lena Dickson
Décès le : 2008-11-18
Parution : 2008-11-20
Conjoint(e) : Judy Creamer
Paru dans : The Kingston Whig Standard, ON

O'REE, R.W. Willy Master Warrant Officer Retired Sigs VVV July 28, 1947 - November 18, 2008 - Passed away in peace surrounded by his family, and the memories of a life shared by many friends. Willy's sisters-in-law Vicky and Kimberly helped care for Willy as if they were his sisters, enabling him to stay within the warmth of his home until the end. Willy filled his DASH between his birth, and death with the intent of not being cheated of love and laughter in life. Serving his country for 35 years, Willy spread his joy for life wherever he went, in Canada and abroad. After his retirement from the CAF Willy enjoyed working with a Great Bunch at Home Depot (Kanata), followed by a stint as the Shuttle Driver at West End Hyundai. A Testament to his ability to brighten the lives of others was in the many daily emails, phone calls, and visitors he received throughout his illness. Willy's mission was to make everyone feel blessed to see another sunrise, Better on this side of the grass, was his motto. Few who met him forgot the experience of his laugh, tenacity for finding the joy in life, his love of all things sports, especially Golf, and his joy in belting out a Beatles song, or a rendition of a Bob Marley tune with his protégé Laura. As we shed our tears of sorrow, they are for ourselves, and our sense of loss in this life. Willy's peace at death came from the knowledge that he was deeply loved by Judy Creamer, his partner of 26 years, his daughters Dionne, Jessica and his son Andrew. Also left behind are his brothers Michael, Vincent (Judy), Charles, and sister Lorraine (Henry Cole) along with his much loved nieces and nephews. Willy cherished his special bond with his brother-in-law Stephan, dear friends Jim and Shirley Langdon, Kevin and the golfing gang. Willy rejoins his parents John and Lena (Dickson), his Aunt Esther, his brothers David, Jarvis, Roger and his nephew Mark. To Veteran's Affairs, Dr. Jonker, Mary Jane, Dr. Hurdon, and Karen, thank you so much, you made his journey easier with the care and respect you showed him during the biggest fight of his life. Arrangements in the care of KELLY FUNERAL HOME, 580 Eagleson Road, Kanata, Ontario. In lieu of flowers, donations to his favorite charity, the Salvation Army, or The Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre Foundation are appreciated. KELLY FUNERAL HOMES 613-591-6580 11327954


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