Tell your loved one’s story and leave behind a legacy for future generations with an obituary from First Memorial Fairview Funeral Services Ottawa. An obituary in Ottawa serves as notice for your loved one’s passing and may include any visitation, burial or cremation arrangements made, but also enables future generations to learn about their ancestors who lived in Ottawa and surrounding areas. Friends and family may offer condolences online and send flowers if desired.
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Nora Spalding (née Hughs) Dec 25, 1930 – Oct 4, 2019 The Spalding family announces with sorrow the passing of Nora (Gay) Spalding on Friday, October 4, 2019 at the age of 88 years. She leaves in sorrow her beloved husband: Ronald Spalding; her grandchildren: Gregory, Christopher and Skye; her sister : Eileen; her […]
Eileen Elizabeth Horsley February 4, 1927- September 25, 2019 Born in Lebret, Saskatchewan, Eileen Elizabeth Horsley (born Olson), was the twin sister of Kathleen (deceased), sister of Frances, Theresa, Lillian (deceased) and William (deceased). Married to Trevor Lorne Horsley (deceased), they were the proud parents of three children: Kathleen “Kate” Daller (deceased), Mark Horsley, and […]
September 15, 1949 – September 26, 2019 After one hell of a party and a courageous battle on September 26th, 2019 at 10:45 pm surrounded by his loved ones, he slipped away peacefully into a slumber. It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Ronald Allen Montgomery, born on September 15th, 1949 in […]
Penelope “Penny” Knight, nee Day Died Tuesday, September 17, too young and too soon. Resident of Ottawa, previously Niagara. Born in Chatham Kent, England to Anthony and Sally Day. Loving mother and sister and Aunt, Penny is survived by her dearest son Mitch, her sister Caralyn Kuras (Andrew), Brother Simon Day (Gloria) and nephew […]
1972 – 2019 Chris to the many who knew and loved him – was a “good soldier” in the full and varied sense of the term. A good soldier, as usage allows, need not necessarily wear a uniform or bear arms. A good soldier, be it in rig or in mufti, earns that accolade by […]
Thibault, Jean A. Peacefully at the St. Viateur Nursing Home on Wednesday, September 11, 2019 in his 91st year. Beloved husband of Ida (Gauthier) his loving wife of 71 years. Will be fondly remembered by his children Jeannette (Randy Hardwick), Roger (Lisette), Diane (Jules Regimbald), Richard (Tammy), Gisèle, Daniel, Donald (Sharon) and Henri (Dina). […]
It is with great sadness that the family of Thomas Duck announces his passing. He passed away amongst family at the Civic Hospital on Monday, September 9, 2019 at the age of 89. He was predeceased by his parents Alexander and Emelia. He was the long time husband of the late Shirley Duck (McNulty) Loving […]
On September 8, 2019, Claire completed her final journey in life. Claire meant so much to so many people- soulmate, daughter, granddaughter, sister, niece, aunt, friend, and colleague. She touched lives daily with her work at Ottawa Safe Injection Sites and Aids Committee in Ottawa with her knowledge and insight. She was a passionate warrior […]
We are sad to announce the passing of Rose-Helene Mountney on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the age of 59. A loving mother to three children. Rose was born on April 8, 1960 in Hoyle to Alice and Charles Savage and is the second youngest child. Rose had a love for tennis, country music and […]
It’s with a heavy heart we announce the passing of a much loved wife and mother, Debra Anne Courchesne (Bowers) passed away September 5, 2019 at 2:40 am, surrounded by her loving husband and daughter at the Heart Institute in Ottawa. The world was a brighter place when she was born in Victoria, BC to […]
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