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Thanks to the staff at the Lodge at Broadmead who made his life happier during the last four years; also to his companion Erma Siteman and also to his life long friend Les Noon and his wife Jean.Doug had a very unique sense of humour and could bring out a smile in everyone. Donations will be gratefully received by the C & PO's Veterans Assistance Society 618, Admirals Road, Victoria, BC.He served his time aboard various corvettes (HMCS Arnprior, Chebogue, and St.Lambert) that protected merchant vessels from German submarines. He loved to tell about the time his commanding officer threw him in the brig for two weeks for losing a firing pin which was swept overboard, thus denying the officer proof that the depth charge was actually released.Don loved socializing and will always be remembered for his great sense of humour and deep love for his family.Don will be sadly missed and forever in our hearts.He became an avid golfer and would golf three or four times a week with his friends.Pop also enjoyed a few beers in the afternoon at the Cambridge or the Pembina with friends, who called him by his nickname, Tommy.
in the Chapel of Voyage Funeral Home, 220 Hespeler Ave.He was also actively involved with the Fort Rouge soccer club as treasurer for many years.Up until a few months ago Pop was still able to joke with his family and often laughed at himself and his forgetfulness!Also a special thanks to the excellent geriatric / psychiatric staff at Seven Oaks Hospital for the compassionate care displayed to him in his 10 months there.We'd also like to say thanks to the people at Bethania PCH and Central Park Lodge for his time spent there.
In later years he enjoyed cheering on his favourite teams, the Oilers and Eskimos.