Condolence: Dear Marie and Families. We were so sorry to hear of Elton's passing. Elton has left many fond memories. So happy to have his crafty work here in our house. There are many times that it brings Elton to our minds. Which was the intent when we had him make up the stained glass light and bulk head in our kitchen. Elton took part in match making bringing Roger and I together. Quite the match maker. He brings many smiles into our lives as we are sure he does for his families.
Keep those memories in your minds as you grieve his loss.
May God Bless you and your families.
Life is full of treasures.
Condolence: Dear Marie and Family: Am so sorry to hear of Elton's passing. Have been up the lake all summer and just learned about his passing today. I remember the day you two eloped. We were in Grade 12 and Mervin Lever made the announcement. My sincere sympathy to you and your family.
Condolence: Dear Dianne, Brian and extended family.
My sincere condolences to you all in your mourning, and my apologies for not having been able to pay my respects in person.
May Elton rest in peace and rise in glory, and may God's comfort surround you all.
Condolence: Marie & Family
We would like to express our sincere condolences to you & your family. Elton was such nice man, he always had a warm smile and thoughtful things to say. He will be sadly missed.
Condolence: Mrs. Hewitt and family- we extend our sincere sympathies to each of you on the loss of your husband, father and grandfather. Elton was a true gentleman and a wonderful community man who attended multiple events honouring others. He always had a welcoming smile and always asked about family and friends. I know he was very proud of all of you as would speak of your endeavours with great pride. I also know how admired he was by his family as during my time working with Norene, Rob and Rob Jr. there was always great pride expressed through stories and details of events. He will be missed by many, May your memories sustain you in the weeks and months ahead.
Condolence: To Rob,
So sorry to hear of your grandfather's passing. He was a very nice,kind man. He and Marie were very good neighbours to Shirley(Tom's sister) & Paul Henderson. Please covey our sympathies to your mom and dad and grandmother. She will certainly miss him You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time.
I started to ride Elton's school bus at the early age of 5 or 6 and for many years after that. I can remember an instance that my winter hat was tossed out the window of the bus by a rather nasty individual. I went up to the front of the bus and told Elton. Within a few short seconds the bus was pulled over to the side of the road. I stayed up front while Elton went to the back of the bus to confront the individual who had committed the act. I never once was bothered by anyone on the bus again.
Elton saved my life at the age of sixteen. I had just purchased a motorcycle and had little regard for the rules of the road. On day after school I was riding behind Elton's bus. Being rather impatient I did not wait for oncoming traffic to clear and proceeded to pass the bus on the yellow line. That night Elton took the time to call my parents and informed them of my dare devil act. The motorcycle was sold a short time later.
Both Elton and Marie have shown great kindness to my parents over the years and that has been greatly appreciated.