Condolence: Debbie, Abby, Ainsley, Dianne, Kenneth and families
I had just recently learned that Eldon was sick; so I am totally shocked to hear of his demise. I so so sorry that you are all going through the loss of Eldon. It is always so hard to come to terms with the loss of a loved one. He certainly was quite a character. It was quite evident that he loved living on the farm and tending to his array of unique chickens. I first met Eldon way back when we both were kids and my family was living out the Brockville Highway. He was a cousin to the Martin family across the road from us; hence his middle name.
Condolence: I usually owed Eldon money every week from my job at the Brockville St. IGA. He was like my personal banker. Our motorcycle trip up Pembroke way in the late 60’s was memorable when four nuns in a car ran him off the road,
unintentionally I’m sure. Eldon was irate and couldn’t believe it. I was laughing way too much to sympathize with him.
My thoughts are with Eldon’s entire family on this great loss.
Condolence: Dear Debbie,
It is with profound sadness to hear of Eldon’s passing.
My thoughts and prayers are with you . Be strong .
As “Sam’s daughter” , there were lots of stories , and some that stayed at the shop. Eldon was one of the sons my dad never had.
Hang on to the memories . God be with you.
Condolence: Debbie, Abby and Ainsley I have many fond memories of time spent with Debbie and Eldon. Many trips and shared meals, trips to flea markets and 50 cent tours....He was always so proud of you girls and your endeavours....It makes me so sad that you have to go through this heartbreak. Always treasure your memories,. Thinking you you...💔❤️❤️