Rawlings, Donald Lindsay

Rawlings, Donald Lindsay

November 27th, 2019

Peacefully at Westmount Gardens LTC Home, on Wednesday, November 27, 2019, Mr. Donald Lindsay Rawlings, of London, in his 88th year. Beloved husband of the late Patricia Ann (née Koyle). Forever missed by his children: Vera Lynne Rodrigues, Laurie (Stephen) Au, Mark (Barb) Rawlings, and Mary (Patrick) Elliott. Adored by his grandchildren: Matthew (Mandy), Leigh (T.J.), Nathan, Jaime (Mat), Jeffery (Shannon), Jennifer (Scott), Blake (Michelle), and Jonathan; and by his great-grandchildren: Owen, Madison, Jaxon, Mikaela, Victoria, Wesley, Gracie, and Nyla. The family would like to thank Westmount Gardens for their compassionate care and kindness shown to Dad. Visitation will be held on Sunday from 7:00 ~ 9:00 p.m. at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, London, where a funeral service will be conducted on Monday, December 2, 2019 at 11:00 a.m., with visitation one hour prior. Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Donald are asked to consider the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada.

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Betty and Dennis BulmanOur deepest condolences, our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Betty and Dennis
Howard BaileySo sorry for your loss. Don was my first boss when we moved to London 30 some years ago. Lots of good memories. Curling, golfing and the infamous lunches at the Wellington Tavern. Our thoughts are with you. Howard and Julie Bailey
Connie laverySo sorry to hear of your dads passing. So many times I wanted to visit him at Chelsea park. We had so much fun working together for all those years.ill never forget our trip to Vancouver. My thoughts are with you .
Tom and Carol DawePlease accept our condolences. Don is highly regarded as a great insurance man who taught us all well. His memory will be kept alive by all who had the pleasure to work with him. His love for and dedication to his family always was first with Don as well R. I. P.
Jeff KnightA life well lived. I worked with Don at Wellington Insurance. As a new person to the business Don treated me with respect and made me feel welcome. He let me tag along for lunches at the Wellington Tavern which was a treat. He will be missed by all.
Marianne, Blair, Trinity & Amanda HebbLaurie, Stephen, Jennifer and Jon, Mary and Pat, Mark and Barb, and Lynn and the entire Rawling's families; We send our sincerest sympathies, love and support as you say goodbye to your, father, father-in-law, grandpa, great grandpa, uncle, nephew, cousin and a friend to many. We have such good memories of many times spent with the Rawlings clan and the many stories and laughter Don was always willing to share through the years, even when his memory wasn't as good as it once was. His life was a well lived one and his beloved Pat I am sure she was waiting for him in heaven when he left this earthly plain. I am sure they are bantering back and forth and just happy to be together again in heaven. Your dad will be missed by all of you his beloved family, it meant everything to your dad and mom, and all of your are their beautiful legacy. Know we are here to support you and love you at this difficult time and the weeks and months ahead. Keep your many, many memories close and know he will be watching over all of you in heaven as he did here on earth. Love Marianne, Blair, Trinity and Amanda Hebb.
Shonna StCroixMy condolences to the whole family! Don was a great man, I enjoyed getting to know him over the past year! He left me with some of the most unforgettable moments! We will miss you at Westmount Gardens. Fly high honey and go see that beautiful wife you always called out for 💓
Patrick Elliott A large part of my life has passed. The man who was a mentor and a friend has moved on to a far better place. It was difficult to witness his long struggle, but his strength and tenacity was inspiring. He was so often the steady hand my wif, Mary, needed and appreciated. We will forever miss his stories, his wit and his wisdom. Rest in peace friend.
Don & Bev DI CarloMark, Barb and the Rawlings Family, Our deepest condolences on the passing of Don. We're sorry we were unable to attend the visitation. Our thoughts and prayers are with you, Don & Bev
Jim and Donna ThornerDear Rawlings family, Cousin Don was a great guy and had a great personality. Uncle Harold used to love getting together and golfing with Don. I got in on a couple myself always had a great time. We were so glad to get together with Don and Pat a few years ago on our cousins reunion. Our thoughts are with you, Jim and Donna
Geoff and Linda AxfordMark, Barb and family. Sending our sympathies to your family on the death of your father. From your neighbors at 27 Concord.
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