Green, Wilfred Thomas

Green, Wilfred Thomas

February 2nd, 2018

Passed peacefully at University Hospital on Friday, February 2, 2018, after a short, courageous battle with leukemia. Wilfred was a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and, after three successful careers, including a stint with the military (RCAF), he finally retired in 2006, having decided that golfing with his grandson Andrew and friends was much more fun! He is leaving behind, with loving memories, his wife, Ethel; daughter, Cyndi and her husband Stephen McLellan; and sons, Randy and his wife Anne, and Rick and his wife Brenda. Missed by his grandchildren:  Robert Green and his wife Sara; Sean Green; Andrew McLellan and his wife Caitlin; Ryan Green (Ashley); and Stephanie McLellan (Trent), and his two precious great-granddaughters, Emily and Gwyneth McLellan. Also survived by his brother, Barton Green (the late Loretta - January 2018);  nieces, Lisa Green (Charles) and Nancy Luscombe and her husband Graham; very special in-laws, Daphne and David Hanrahan and John and Darlene Kelloway; and many other supportive nieces, nephews and friends. Predeceased by his brother, Stanley Green. At Wilfred’s request, cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held at a later date. In Wilfred’s memory, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or to a charity of one’s choice. 

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Edward SamsonSorry to hear of Wilfred's passing. Wilfred and my Dad were first cousins. I only remembering meeting Wilfred once when I was on course at RCAF Station Clinton in the late 1960's. But we have been communicating by Email over the past few years and we did talk on the phone a couple of times. I would have loved to have a chat with him in person. My condolences to Wilfred's family and you are I my prayers. "Rest eternal grant unto him O Lord and let Light perpetual shine upon him". The Reverend Edward J. Samson CD
Linda PayneAunt Ethel and family. We we so sorry to hear of uncle Wilf’s passing. May your cherished memories bring you comfort now and in the days ahead. RIP Uncle Wilf. Linda John and family.
Carole AltonOur condolences to Rick and Brenda Green and other family members on the death of Rick's dad. Dennis and Carole Alton
Don PaulDear Ethel - My deepest condolences to you and your family for the loss of Wilf. Wilf was a great friend and I'll miss him very much. Especially our golf outings together and meeting for coffee. My prays and thoughts are with you and your family.
John & Adrienne YatesDear Ethel, Although we live many thousands of miles away, our thoughts are with you and your family. We have had so many happy memories over the past forty five years. The fun times will always be remembered, and we shall never forget Wilf. He was a real gentleman. Ethel. please take care of yourself
Janie ClarkeAunt Ethel & Family Thinking of you all as you go through this difficult time Uncle Wilf was a very nice person and a pleasure to be around, I’m sure you all have good memories to get you through Take care & God Bless I’ll keep in touch .Love to all Janie ,
Arthur&Sherry KellowayAunt Ethel&Family: Uncle Wilfred’s love made you happy.May you always treasure those memories . May God comfort &guide you through your grief and keep you all strong . Love Art &Sherry
Ann (Wold)/ Al CrottyAunt Ethel , Rick Randy ,Cyndi and Families Just wanted to let you know our families are thinking of you all at this time Mom always spoke of your family .Losing a father is a difficult time but time will help I still miss Mom so much. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Ann Al Crotty Courtney Wold French and Family Stephanie Wold
Roger MeadowsDeepest condolences to the Green family for the loss of Wilf. He was a great long time friend as well as a co-worker for many years at G.M. Diesel. Wilf is really going to be missed and may he R.I.P.
LLoyd and Peggy Williams Hello Aunt Ethel and family, we are so sorry to hear off UncleWilf passing , we thought he was a wonderful and kind man, he will be missed, Alex thought he was great, he had shared thoughts and memories of his grandfather who he didn't know , he never forgot , thank you for that, love to you all and our prayers are with you ,Peggy , Lloyd, JR, and Alex.
Renee And Victor MartinDear Aunt Ethel, Cyndi and family, I am so sorry to hear about Uncle Wilf. I pray for you to find peace in the fond memories you shared with him to get you through this difficult time. Though I wasn't around him much growing up the time that I was were pleasant times. My mother and dad loved him dearly and he will be missed. My thoughts and love are with you. Love, Renee Lancaster Martin and family
Bob & Dotty Lancaster ( Chaytor )We will miss our wonderfull Uncle Wilf He was great joy to us .We loved him Aunt Ethel our prayers are with you and your family. We will be in touch love Dotty & Bob
Lisa and Charles NoronhaAunt Ethel, Rick,Brenda; Randy, Anne, Cyndi ,Stephen, Robert, Sara,Sean, Andrew, Caitlin,Ryan,Ashley,Stephanie, Trent, Emily, Gwyneth, Daphnie,and David words can not express the loss you are feeling with a Uncle Wilf,s passing. May your memories of Uncle Wilf give you comfort. I know for Dad, myself and Charles Sara, Nancy and Graham we all have so many wonderful memories. When we share ours stories we always smile! Charles really enjoyed playing a few rounds of golf with Uncle Wilf in both Gander and Lindsay. Charles admits that Uncle Wilf was a much better golfer than himself, and because of this Charles experienced a special connection with a him. Charles has decided when he retires he will be taking up golf full time just like Uncle Wilf. Lisa’s memories normally involved either herself or Uncle a Wilf getting into touble, which we would both giggle about later in private. Uncle Wilf would have wanted each of to support one another and especially for us to support Aunt Ethel. Which I am sure we will each do in our own special way. Love Bart, Lisa, Charle, Sara, Cohen, Nancy and Graham.
Nancy and Graham LuscombeAunt Ethel, Cindy, Rick, Randy and families, Our hearts and love are with you as you deal with such incredible loss. Our memories of Uncle Wilf are so special. He was such a caring, loving, and thoughtful man. Someone both Graham and I looked up to with pure admiration. May your memories and the love in your hearts comfort you . I am sure he is watching over you and protecting you. Heaven needed another angel, May his bright light shine on in you all forever. Love Nancy and Graham
Susan PenneyAunt Ethel and Family As you grieve the loss of Uncle Wilf may you reflect on your wonderful memories and lean on each other for support. I will reflect and remember a true gentleman. Love Susan91436777
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