Tomchuk, Carl E.

Tomchuk, Carl E.

July 28th, 2017

At Parkwood Hospital on Friday, July 28th, 2017, Carl E. Tomchuk, in his 92nd year. Dearest husband of Marion (Steels) Tomchuk for 67 years. Loving father of Debbie Neale. Proud Papa to Lindsay McDermott (Matthew), Andrea (Daniel Burkett), Carly and Stephanie Neale.  Carl was devoted to his granddaughters and attended many skating and sports events the girls participated in. He was thrilled to be a Great Papa to Marvin McDermott. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by son Stephen (1981), son-in-law John Neale (2010) and his sister, Wanda. Visitation will be held in the WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London on Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. to 12 noon, with a reception to follow from noon until 2:00 p.m. There will be a private family graveside service at Mount Pleasant Cemetery. The family will be forever grateful to the nurses and staff at Parkwood for the dedicated and loving care given to Carl. Special thanks to Judy Tigert. Memorial contributions to Parkwood Institute, Veterans Care Program, 550 Wellington Road, London  N6C 0A7 would be appreciated.

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Ken and Mary HermannWe were very sad to hear of Carl's passing. Wish we could be there.
Vince MunroSorry for your loss, Carl was a great friend and bingo player. He will be missed by all. As long as we live, Carl too shall live, for he is a part of us, as we remember Him. Rest in Peace my friend. Until we meet again.
Leah TaplayMarion I'm so sad to hear of Carl's passing. I really enjoyed all the time I spent with him. He always had this little smile that I loved. I'm going to miss him and the rest of you as well. He loved you all so much. Leah
Kendra (Arnold) SinodinosMy family was very sad to hear of Great Uncle Carl's passing. We would like to extend our deepest condolences to Aunt Marion and the family.
Eloise McAuliffeI will always remember and cherish my visits to your home - especially as a child so many years ago and lovingly remember Uncle Carl and Aunt Marion. Love Eloise
Rosemary Alexander ( Checaloski)Dearest Marion, I am so sad to hear that your loving husband, Carl, has passed away. My family has always held Carl in great esteem. My brother and mom have told me many stories from the past about the fun times they had with Carl. Carl visited us at our cottage in the 90s when my mother and brother were there. It was so nice to see him. Please accept my deepest condolences. Carl will, forever, be remembered.
Ron and Nicole SteelsSo sorry Auntie Marion, to hear of uncle Carl's passing. Our condolences to you, Debbie and your family. Uncle Carl brought wonderful colour to every Steels family get together, few though they may have been. I will always remember his mischievous twinkling eyes.
The Masek familyWe were sorry to hear of Carl's passing. He was always so proud of his beautiful granddaughters. Sending hugs to all. Take care of each other.
BRIAN CROSSHi Debbie and Marion,our family along with all the staff at Parkwood Institute are deepky saddened by the recent passing of your father,husband and true humanitarian to all people he met in his entire life.i It was are honour and pleasure to look after your dad in our facility for many years .In closing may you and your family members be assured for brighter days forthcoming in the future both in your career aspirations and lives ten fold along Gods highway of life toward the future always okay.Yours Sincerely,Mary,Brian Cross,Harry and Darlene TenHaaf and family ,London,and St.Thomas,Ontario,Brenda and Douglas Martin,Scarborough,Ontario.Yours Sincerely,Brian Cross,Former Main Desk ,Parkwood, Institute,London,Ontario,Westminister Highschool Alumni Member,Class of 1972,Go wildcats Go;
Cheryl & Jeff BentleyUncle Carl will surely be missed. Like so many of our family, I too have fond memories of Uncle Carl which I have shared with our son. Stories of him will be passed on for generations! Sending you love and strength Aunt Marion, Debbie and 'the girls' as he referred to them.. Cheryl, Jeff and Trevor.
Dennis & Glenna LeeMarion and family. Sorry to here of your loss. Carl was a wonderful man always a pleasure to be around and listen to his wit and wisdom Especially enjoyed our fishing trips with Carl and Dan. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Dennis & Glenna
Anita LangleyMy sincere sympathy on the passing of your dear husband. My husband worked with him years ago at the Optimists so we got to know him as well as you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family . Anita and Mick
Kevin SteelsDearest Aunt Marion.... I will always miss his sence of humour, laughing at his stories, and very close to my heart will be the your visiting me in Thunder Bay.....
Don and Marie DegrawMarion and family, so sorry for your loss are thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
Jean and Alf MillerWe are so sorry to hear of Carl's passing. We spent many happy hours with your family and other neighbours on Thorncrest. Our sincere condolences to you Marion, Debbie and Family.
Sharon Miller WilsonDear Deb and Marion - so sorry to hear of Carl's passing. Whenever I whistle to get a customer's attention, I remember that our family whistle ended on an "up" note, your family's on a "down " note. It was an important way to hail the family back home, our signature tones. And when I hear a song by The Association, I remember the yellow Galaxie convertible we rode in, Carl driving. to take Deb and I to our first concert at Alumni Hall so many years ago. Great memories. Love to you and your families. Sharon
Kelly ArnoldGreat Aunt Marion and family, I am very sorry to hear of your loss. Although I have not seen him in many years my memories of uncle Carl are joking around and laughing, he always had a smile on his face. Along with my grandmother Wanda they always were very cheerful people and had a great sense of humor. He liked to kid around and had told me lots of stories when I was young and I could never tell which ones were real. Please except my deepest condolences. He will never be forgotten.
Tom CheckMarion, I was so sad to hear about Carl's passing. I will always remember my cousin Carl; however he was more of a brother to me. We grew up together & he will always have a special place in my heart. I cherish the times that we went hunting & fishing together, and of course I can't forget our chasing girls together also. Of our many trips that we took together, I especially remember our trip to Los Angeles with my Mom & Dad. We were teenagers & enthralled with Hollywood. We met Jon Hodiack, Abbott & Costello, and others. I was a trip I will never forget. Our condolences go to you and your family. Tom & Bev
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