MELLISH, Charles W. 2008-11-25 Born June 19th, 1917 Died November 21st, 2008 It is with sadness that we announce the death of "Pat" (as he was known to most people). Pat was born in Lewisville Moncton, New Brunswick. At age 19 he came to Northern Ontario (Hudson). He worked for Stirrett Airways and later in the gold mines. After that, he worked for Ontario Hydro and then at the Red Rock mill until his retirement. Pat spent 2 or more years in the armed forces (Winnipeg Rifles) during World War II. Pat will be remembered for his kindness and the witty stories he often told the family. He was fond of bowling and when asked about his scores he would say "You really don’t want to know". Baseball and hockey were his favourite sports. He loved to tend the yard and garden. Many busy hours were spent outside as he tried to "best" his son-in-law, Roy at growing tomatoes. We will miss him and his endearing ways. Our solace is that he is at peace now. Pat is survived by his loving wife Alice, step-son George and step-daughter Maxine, one brother Richard (Evelyn), sisters-in-law Shirley, Audrey, Ann in Moncton, NB. Also surviving is a very dear niece Gloria (Bill) Shulman, great nephew Willie (Donna) and great niece Joyce Butson as well as Robert and Melanie Luc who were very special to Pat. Pat was predeceased by his first wife Joyce (Wilson), his brothers Roland Arthur, Kenneth, Douglas and two sisters Beryl and Margaret. A private family service will be held at a later date.