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Paul Franz Adolph YADE
Père : YADE
Décès le : 2004-11-23
Parution : 2004-11-27
Paru dans : The Sault Star, ON

YADE, Paul Franz Adolph - April 13, 1924 to October 23, 2004. On Saturday, October 23, 2004, Paul F. Yade found inner peace and happiness. My father went on to join my mother, Dora; sister Helen; brothers John and Earl; along with many dear friends and beloved family members. Paul leaves behind to cherish his memory, his daughter Hazel (Winnipeg); son Paul (British Columbia); grandsons Jacob and Jason (Winnipeg); great-granddaughter Krisitna, also of Winnipeg. My dad was born on April 13, 1924 in Arnprior, ON, one of three sons to William and Luella Yade, and older brother to Helen, with whom he always shared a special relationship. My dad spent his childhood and most of his early adult life in Arnprior. My dad valued his family and friends and no matter where he was, always kept in close contact with both. My dad earned his accounting degree and worked for the Ministry of Natural Resources throughout Ontario until his retirement in 1984. While on assignment in Gogama, ON, my dad met and married my mom, Dora. They were married in the spring of 1951 on May 3. While employed with the Ministry of Natural Resources, my dad attended seminars in Southern Ontario, where he had the opportunity to visit with family. My dad's nieces Luella and Zihilla (Earl) shared memories with me of their "uncle Paul coming to town" and what a big deal it was to be able to visit with my dad. Rob and Patsy (Helen) also had fond memories of my mom and dad's visits down to Carlton Place, ON, while they were growing up. To my cousins, I will forever be grateful to them for sharing their memories with me. My mom and dad were married for 18 years before starting their own family. My dad eventually settled in Sault Ste. Marie, ON. By 1971, both my brother and myself had been adopted from separate families. My dad's family was now complete. I will always remember my dad for his unshakable belief in the strength of one's family, for without it you are alone. My dad will also be remembered by those that knew him for his continual change of address. This trait as to its origins is yet unknown to me, although my mom had made reference to Grandma Neumann on occasion. As a result of the numerous addresses my dad held while living in Sault Ste. Marie, he was blessed with meeting countless good people, some he kept in touch with for years after meeting. I cannot begin to name the number of people with whom my dad had an acquaintance with. I can however mention Mr. Roy Berry of Sault Ste. Marie, throughout my years living with my parents and afterwards, it was Mr. Roy Berry I heard of, to either help with a move, an installation/removal, a repositioning of some sort item, etc. His kindness, thoughtfulness and generosity with his time was never forgotten by my father. Sault Ste. Marie is a beautiful city in which my dad loved to live. We spent many summers at various campgrounds in the surrounding area of Sault Ste. Marie. Being surrounded by a somewhat rural area, compared to some, we as children and grandchildren were afforded the luxury of learning how to drive long before our time, thanks to my dad. In the spring of 2003 my mom and dad decided to move to Winnipeg. The time we spent together as a family, however short it was, will always be held close to our hearts. I would like to extend my thanks to the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority and its employees for making it possible for my dad to continue to live with us before his passing; the Concordia Hospital; and Parkview Place. At my father's request, cremation has taken place and interment was held at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens, Winnipeg, MB. - 11/27/2004 - ID5281195


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