McLennan, Angus Leroy

McLennan, Angus Leroy

January 18th, 2018

Peacefully, at University Hospital on Thursday, January 18, 2018, in his 92nd year. Predeceased by his beloved wife and best friend, Mabe McLennan. Also predeceased by his former wife, Nancy (1957), and his daughter Suzanne. Survived by his daughter Wendy and step-son Michael Stratton (Melanie). Also survived by many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his siblings Ken, Jack, Ronnie, Norm and Shirley. Angus was a WWII Veteran, joining the Navy at the age of 17. He served out the War on Corvette duties in the Atlantic, and participated in the D-Day Invasion on Normandy. Angus, along with his wife Mabe, were the sponsors of Phase 1 “Veteran’s Garden” in Victoria Park. He strived to keep the memory of his brothers, who also served, by installing memorials across the city. Angus was a proud friend of Bill W., for over 55 years. Visitation will be held on Wednesday from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where the memorial service will be conducted on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 11:00 a.m. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Angus are asked to consider The Remember November 11 Association, found at www.RememberNovember11.com or a charity of their choice. 

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Sean WilsonMy condolences to his family and friends. Angus was a gentleman and a friend to many people. He will be missed and I will never forget knowing him. Rest In Peace.
Mike & Chris BurgessSo long ANGUS! It was an honour and a pleasure to know you. Our deepest sympathies to Mike, Melanie and family. With much love, Mike & Chris Burgess, Erin & Colleen
Allan HickMy condolences to the McLennan family. Rest in Peace, Angus.
Sean WilsonSincere condolences to all family and friends of Mr. McLennan. A great debt is owed to brave men such as Angus for all they sacrificed in World War 2. No words do proper justice. Our thoughts and prayers are with Angus and all his loved onesduring this most difficult time. May he rest in peace🌺 Sincerely, Sean Wilson (and all the Trooper Wilson Family of London, ON.)
Sean WilsonSincere condolences to all family and friends of Mr. McLennan. A great debt is owed to brave men such as Angus for all they sacrificed in World War 2. No words do proper justice. Our thoughts and prayers are with Angus and all his loved ones during this most difficult time. May he rest in peace🌺 Sincerely, Sean Wilson (and all the Trooper Wilson Family of London, ON.)
Betty DoreMy prayers are with your family at this sad time. May Angus rest in peace
Lois ThielSincere sympathy and condolences to all the family of Angus McLennan. I was very privileged to have worked with Mabe,Angus, Melanie and Michael over the years.It was an honour to have known such a wonderful man and his family. He is to be honoured as well for his bravery in World War 2 as he had sacrificed so much at such a young age.--Sincerely Lois Thiel.
Nancy BlaneyMy sincere condolences to Michael, Melanie and family. Uncle Angus will always hold a special place in my heart... Nancy Blaney
Sandra ConnorMy condolences to Angus's family on his passing. I met Angus through a mutual friend, Ron Fredin. They, and a group of other people, met often at William's Coffee House to chat, visit, exchange opinions, and have some coffee. Ron passed away last year on January 18. Angus,even though he was not in the best of health, came to the memorial service for Ron. Ron's family and I really appreciated Angus's presence there. I cannot make it to Angus's memorial service but have made a donation in Ron's place. I would like to think that he, Angus and Mabe, and some other "William's" friends are sitting together somewhere having a coffee and reminiscing.
Mary & David BurnsOur sincere condolences to Michael, Melanie and family. Rest in Peace Uncle Angus.
Maureen MollardFor all Angus's Family: So sorry to hear of the passing away of Angus into Heaven. I had the privilege of getting to know this wonderful, thoughtful, astute and extremely humorous gentleman over the past few years. May you feel God's arms of comfort around you at this difficult time.
Beverly Bosveld My sincere condolences and prayers go out to the loved ones of Angus. I had the privilege of serving on the Board of Directors of the London & St. Thomas Real Estate Board with Angus for years. A real gentlemen and scholar and one who made a huge contribution to the real estate business in the 70's. He will always be remembered by June and I.
Lauren & Jeff We are sadden to hear of Angus's passing and send our condolences to his loved ones. Rest in peace Angus and you will be missed greatly.
Lois and IvanOur thoughts and prayers to family and loved ones. Life goes on in hearts and memories of those we touch.
Sean BatteFair Winds and Following Seas Angus.
Maureen DunnI am one of three gardeners at Metropolitan Church whom Angus made himself known to and offered his gratitude and appreciation constantly for the care and seasonal flowers planted in the Planters donated to his deceased wife Mabel. He had a great sense of humor and continually showed his appreciation over the years, He will be missed. Rest in Peace Angus. Sincerely, Maureen, Tracey and Donna,
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