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McOrmond, Walter C.

In Loving Memory of Walter C. McOrmond who peacefully passed away on Saturday, March 17, 2018 at Pioneer Manor in Sudbury, ON after a long battle with Vascular Dementia. Born in Sturgeon Falls on November 5, 1924, he lived in Sudbury for most of his life. He joined the Armed Forces in 1943 where he was assigned to the tank core and fought on the Holland Front. Walter is survived by his wife of 69 years Marion Arlene (Graham). Loving father of David Allen of Sudbury, Sandra Lea Strong (Gerry) of Mindemoya, Nancy Joy Mourot (Alan “Peter”) of Sudbury. Cherished grandfather of five beloved grandsons, Ian David, Jeremy Ormond, Peter Owen, Daniel Walter, Kade Richard and three grand-daughters-in-law, Catherine, Jessica, and Morgan. Great-grandfather of Xavier, Gwenyth, Ryker, Starling Grace. He was predeceased by parents Roy and Annie (Richards) McOrmond, and siblings, Edward, Kenneth, Mildred, Lillian and Robert. Survived by brothers and sister, Leonard of Arnprior, Muriel Ross of Uxbridge, Charlie of Atikoken. Dear brother-in-law of Alice Graham, Patricia McOrmond, Bill Bulmer and Neil Davidson. He will be greatly missed by many nieces and nephews. Those who desire may send donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada or the Alzheimer Society. The Family wishes to thank all the staff of the second floor Lodge of Pioneer Manor for their care and support of our father and our family.

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  1. I’m so sorry to hear about Mr.Mc Ormond our neighbour on Henri Street. Both my mom and dad are gone but never forgotten. I keep them alive in my heart with my memories of them. Nancy I certainly remember our childhood with fond memories, do you still like white sugar wrapped in Kleenex……Cathy Stanley, myself and you would have many great stories we could share now that we are older and your Mom may laugh at now, which she probably would not of laughed at 45 years ago. And we all know that when ever our TV’s needed fixing Mr. McOrmond was your go to man. It does get easier with time and your memories.

    Posted by:Peggy Tobin
    March 30, 2018
  2. Uncle Walter was a loving, caring man who we all looked up to. He was a role model to so many of us. He will be remembered fondly in our hearts and souls. Our condolences to Aunt Marion, David, Sandy and Nancy and their families. May he rest in peace, until we meat again.

    Posted by:Tim and Lynn Ross and family
    March 18, 2018

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