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Grant, Ted Stead

Surrounded by the love of his family Ted Grant, 73 years passed away peacefully on Saturday, April 6 2019 at Health Sciences North. Beloved husband of 51 years to Linda (née Leblanc) Grant. Loving father of Michael (Cara Zbytovsky) and Laurie (Alain Gagnon). Cherished grandfather of Julianne, Joëlle, Noah and Koltin. He will be sadly missed by his extended family and dear friends. An accomplished musician who brought great joy to a lot of people through his gift of music. In keeping with his wishes, there will be no visitation. A Memorial Service will be celebrated at St. Alban the Martyr Church, 34 Dennie Street, Capreol on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at 2:00p.m., followed by a luncheon in the Church Hall.

5 Condolences

  1. Our deapest condolences my darling Linda..Ted was a funny man and I loved to acompanie him with my spoons..Funny tonight I couldn’t play them, instead I placed them on the floor in the corner where he sat in memory of him. He will be missed.

    Posted by:Nicole and Philip Polifroni
    April 12, 2019
  2. Linda, Mike Laurie and Familes. We were so sorry to hear of Ted’s passing. He will be remembered fondly for his love of music and sharing it with so many throughout his life. His enjoyment of Life, living it to it’s fullest no matter what. R.I.P. Ted and let your voice sing with the Angels. Wish we could attend your celebration of life however our thoughts and prayers are with each of you at this time….
    Deepest and most Heartfelt Sympathies
    Lloyd & Gayle Rehel

    Posted by:Gayle & Lloyd Rehel
    April 11, 2019
  3. Our sincere condolences for the Grant family. My dear friend Ted, (aka to me as, Tuddy) many times we laughed, sang, played music, worked on equipment and airplanes. No regrets my friend. We did together what we wanted and said our “see ya later” some time ago. There is no word in my aboriginal language that’s says goodbye, we say, “We will see you again”. Miin Wah Gah Wabmin.
    You are on your Spirit Journey. Some day you will come and ask if we are ready for ours, and if it is, I will join you.
    To the family,
    Teds spirit will have a way of contacting you , a thought of him, a memory that makes you smile, a song, a warm breeze, a fish jumping, a airplane, these are not your doing, its Teds Angel visits to you, Linda, Laurie, Mike and the grandkids. Never say goodbye, he’s there, with you always.
    Wog

    Posted by:Roger (Wog) McCraw and Brenda Morison
    April 10, 2019
  4. Linda, Mike, Laurie and families

    Our sincere condolences on the loss of your Husband, Dad and Grandpa.

    Ted and I worked together for many years at the MTO in Longlac, and spent lots of time
    plowing snow and applying sand / salt to the Hwys. We also socialized together, Laurie can
    probably recall one time heading home to tell her Mom… you gotta come and see this Dad is
    really loaded… and we had a ball with a one man band…. I got to go flying with Ted a few
    of times in the Citabria… he reassured me “any landing you can walk away from is a good one!!!”
    We saw a moose from up high one trip and soon we were down low enough for an awesome view.
    Many times we would get together with Roger, Ted some guitars, a ukulele, maybe an accordion and stomp out some good “old time” music, Lanny and I were far better stompers than pickers…

    A good friend and co-worker, many good memories
    I’ll leave you with an old Irish saying “May you be half an hour in Heaven before the Devil knows your gone”

    Posted by:Mark and Sharon McMahon and Family
    April 9, 2019
  5. May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief. Please accept our sincere condolences.
    The Del-Pivo family

    Posted by:Cindy Del-Pivo
    April 9, 2019

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