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Stephenson, George

Passed away peacefully with his wife by his side at Pioneer Manor, on Tuesday, December 25, 2018, at the age of 74 years. Beloved husband of Micheline Denommé. Loving father of Dwayne Stephenson (Catherine) and stepfather of Stephane Denommé (Ruth), Martin Denommé (Michelle) and Sylvie Guy (Kevin). Cherished grandfather of Robert Stephenson, step-grandfather of 9 and great step-grandfather of 6. Dear brother of Nora Jewett (Willard predeceased) and his twin brother Ralph Stephenson (Gail). Predeceased by his parents Thomas and Cathleen (nee Jones) Stephenson. Fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews and extended family. A private service for family and close friends will be held at a later date. Those wishing to donate can do so to the Parkinson’s Association or March of Dimes.

5 Condolences

  1. Micheline, and all family members, I am so sorry to hear about George’s passing. Only saw it in the Northern Life. I miss him at Club 50 in Chelmsford, On., where we all played Darts every Wednesday afternoon. Pierrette Morin and I were talking about the candy kisses he would give her every week, and different candies to us all, and his jokes, always a good humored friend to us all. He left us with great memories to cherish. Deepest Condolences to all of you. R.I.P. GEORGE. We will be missing you. Jackie Laurin, Pierrette Morin. Take care Micheline xo

    Posted by:Jackie Laurin
    January 10, 2019
  2. Fran and I first met George in 1978 when we relocated to Sudbury.
    As our landlord at 22 Indian Road he was quite a character. Always up for a good time and a practical joke or two. We quickly became good friends.
    I still have the plaque he made for me honouring the first ‘hammerhead’ trout ever caught on Nelson Lake thru the ice.
    I also recall the day he moved all of Terry Hick’s apartment furniture onto his balcony, while he was away on his honeymoon.
    George had a great sense of humour and loved to give as much as receive practical jokes.
    He will be missed.

    Posted by:Ron and Fran Chmara
    January 6, 2019
  3. Micheline, I’m so sorry to hear that George is gone. I enjoyed getting to know both of you, and missed you after you moved. George was one of a kind.
    Love, Alice

    Posted by:Alice Finnamore
    January 5, 2019
  4. George was like family to us, we new him
    Many years, he always kept us laughing.
    He would make home made Christmas
    Cards that have us a good laugh. You will
    Be greatly missed we love you and now
    Rest in peace our dearest friend.
    Love always
    Bev and Bernard Morel

    Posted by:Bev and Bernard Morel
    January 2, 2019
  5. I have fond memories of Uncle George and his antics: The Knight of the Axe, rotten egg gas, the picture of his Pride and Joy, folding cloth napkins to look like a rabbit and bikini in the restaurant, playing Hearts until the wee hours of the morning, talking about family, telling jokes and laughing until my sides ached, having he and Micheline live in NB, his love shown in his own unique way, making jigging hooks for me(some of which I still have), cutting his hair and the associated comments of having too much head for such a small amount of hair. I will miss him and am happy for all the memories. All our love, Jonathan, Kim and Bradford.

    Posted by:Jonathan, Kim and Bradford
    January 2, 2019

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