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Harold Hampton Wylie

1931 – 2019

 

 

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The family will hold a Graveside Service at Glenburn Cemetery, Pendleton, Ontario, at a later date.

Passed away peacefully at the Caressant Care Bourget Nursing Home on Monday, July 12, 2021, at the age of 90 years. Son of the late Jessie and Lawrence Wylie. He is survived by his brother Keith (late Joan), nephews, Wayne (Anne) and Dean, his grandnieces, Jordan and Danielle, and grandnephew Jack. Predeceased by his brother Glenn.

Harold was employed with the Royal Bank in Ottawa for over thirty years and was an active and avid traveler and woodsman.

Cremation has taken place. The family will hold a Graveside Service at Glenburn Cemetery, Pendleton, Ontario, at a later date.

Special thank you to the staff at Caressant Care Bourget and to cousin Gordon Blaney for their compassion and support.

For those who wish, memorial donations may be made to the Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation, www.ottawacancer.ca

Arrangements entrusted to the Lamarre & Son Funeral Home, 453 St. Philippe Street, Alfred, Ontario, 613-679-2802.

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    • Marlene laflamme. Posted 2021-07-27 1:17 pm

      My sympathy to all the family. Harold was such a great person. Always smiling. He will be missed.

    • Allan & Diane McKinley Posted 2021-07-24 1:02 pm

      Keith, Wayne and Dean, we send our sympathy on the loss of your brother and uncle Harold. He was one of few that was constantly in good humor and ready to laugh and not complain. A donation has been made in memory of our long time friend Harold.

    • Wendy and Bernie Delorme Posted 2021-07-22 12:50 pm

      Our sincere condolences to Keith and family. He always took great care of the Glenburn cemetery and he and Mom had some great discussions over the years. RIP.

    • James Brian McKinley Posted 2021-07-20 3:22 pm

      My deepest Condolences to Keith and all the family at this time of grief , Harold was a real jolly Gentleman and I will always remember him. RIP.

    • Sharon Blaney Posted 2021-07-19 11:37 am

      Keith, Wayne & Dean: We were so sorry to hear of Harold’s passing. Dad & I watched the slideshow together, it brings back so many precious memories of Harold. The Glenburn historian. We certainly enjoyed his company & stories when he was able to join us at Easter . Of course there was also his love of sweets & Maple syrup. We will all miss his smile, laugh & inviting personality. Please accept our condolences & know you are all in our thoughts, prayers & hearts. Love, Sharon Blaney, Lowell Blaney & Don Pollard.

    • Sheryl Johnston Posted 2021-07-18 8:31 am

      Keith, Wayne and Dean,
      Mom and I send you our heartfelt condolences, Harold was the kindest and most gentle person. The wonderful slideshow brought back so many memories of the times I spent with Harold, Jessie and Lawrence when I was growing up. He will be sadly missed by many.
      Love Sheryl and June

    • shirley shaule Posted 2021-07-17 6:45 pm

      Keith,Wayne and Dean…i send my sympathy to all of you for the loss of your brother and uncle…your slide show was awesome….Harold showed me some of those pictures and we had some great conversations as we looked through the albums…moments i will always treasure…sincerely shirley—the girl from the north…as Harold would call me….

    • Eric Johnston Posted 2021-07-17 4:27 pm

      I have many good memories of Harold who always had a smile for everyone. Unannounced visits to his home were always welcomed and he always greeted everyone with a smile.
      Sincerest condolences to the Wylie family for Harold’s passing.

    • Pendleton United Church Posted 2021-07-17 9:20 am

      Keith and family,
      Pendleton United Church wish to extend sympathy to you and your family. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this time.