Geiser, Don

Geiser, Don

December 10th, 2017

Passed peacefully with family by his side, on Sunday, December 10th, 2017, in his 79th year.  Husband of Sylvia for 59 years. Missed by his children: Kim Geiser, Dean (Jillian) and Lisa Steele (Joe); and several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Don will always be remembered for his sweet tooth, love of music and mustangs. Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be held on Thursday from 2:00-4:00 and 7:00-9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where the memorial service will be conducted on Friday, December 15, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Don are asked to consider the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario. 

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Donna BruckbauerMy condolences to Sylvia and family So many memories from holidays, camping, Long Point trailers, car rallies, playing cards and celebrating New Years Eve. Don's sense of humor, always baking something for his sweet tooth, and of course the mustangs will stay in my memory forever. Have a good conversation with Joe for me, and no speeding in the Shelby. Rest in peace. Love Donna and Bob
lori bruckbauerSending healing prayers and comforting hugs to Aunt Sylvia and family. I am sorry for your loss, Uncle Don will be truly missed. Love Lori ,Mike and Michael
Doris richards Nee szalFrom a longtime friend sending my condolences to don s family god bless doris
Tracy Bowman CerviniSo many pivotal memories in my life are involving my uncle Don. Nicknames, scavenger hunts, chocolate pie and jokes. Never afraid to dream big and take a chance. I will miss him greatly and am with the family in heart and soul..
Gerry PyneMy condolences to Sylvia and family. Don and I met in high school and have remained close friends over the past 63 years. Our kids played together and we all travelled lifes path together. we shared a love for music ,old cars and good wine. Its a sad day to lose such a long time friend. Rest in peace my friend until we meet again.
Ivan Wentzell and Marilyn Our thoughts and prayers go out to you Sylvia and Family Will always remember the times we had together playing cards ,Don enjoying the desserts . Lots of laughs when Don would call Ivan Simon if they were winning in cards He will be missed Love Marilyn and Ivan
Wayne & Joy ReycraftOur deepest sympathies go out to you Sylvia, Km, Dean, Lisa and your entire family. We both have so many happy and fun memories of times we spent with you all. Don could always bring us to laughter no matter what the occasion. He will be greatly missed but will remain alive in your hearts forever. 💞💞
Fran ProulxMy deepest condolences to you...Sylvia and your family. I'm so glad I met Don. I did not know Don for long time but I will always remember the smile on his face and how he lit up around friendsk and family. RIP my friend.
Gary & Elizabeth WelchSylvia, we were sorry to hear off Don,s passing at this difficult time just having surgery successful yourself we pray. We enjoyed the summer get together at Bob's with Don and you. We will keep you and your Family in our prayers. Rest in piece Don
Sharon WentzellSo sorry to hear of Don`s passing Lots of good memories of times spent together. Remember first time I met you at Mom and Dad`s ,felt an instant bond . You and Don were good at making everybody laugh You will always be in my thoughts and prayers . May God help you and Family thru this difficult time. Love Sharon Wentzell
Janet PetersI worked withDon for a number of years in St Thomas and he always had a joke or two. He was great fun at Xmas parties. He thought the world of his family and will be truly missed My heartfelt sympathy to Sylvia, Dean, Kim and Lisa Janet Peters
Paul & Jo Trudgenwe have so many memories of the Gieser Family! worked with Don at the County Assessment Dept. and that's how we became friends! always had a good time when you were at the Geiser house! our deepest sympathy to Don's family and friends.
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