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Ann Norton posted a condolence
Thursday, April 18, 2019I was deeply saddened to hear of Fred's passing. He and Elsie were two special people who made my family's wonderful summers at Belmont Lake possible. Our times at their cottage over the years and the many many people we had the opportunity to meet at Friendly Acres will never be forgotten..... fishing derbies and fries, pontoon docking rescues, drives to Curves and campfires are memories that I will always cherish.
Stephen Szalay posted a condolence
Saturday, April 13, 2019Dear Elsie, Lori, Les and family Our deepest condolences. We have so many fond memories of Fred. Spending time at the farm going for tractor rides, snowmobiling, playing pool. Bowling at ste Anne's Bowling league and so many more wonderful memories. Ours hearts and prayers are with you in this sad time. Stephen, Alicia & family
Joanne & Ron Dupont posted a condolence
Saturday, April 13, 2019We are so sorry for your loss Auntie Elsie, Lori, Les and families. I will always remember the good times we shared, especially in North Port, with Uncle Fred and Auntie Elsie. We will miss Uncle Fred. Love you guys. Sending love and hugs ❤xoxoxo Joanne & Ron Anne & Joe Dallas, Tanya, Kaylee & Rachel Jeff & Holly Wayne & Colleen Darry & Tracy, Brent & Sara
Graham and Carrie posted a condolence
Thursday, April 11, 2019Dear Elsie, Lori and Les, our condolences to you and the Maranduik and Roberts families on the passing of Fred. Our 15 summers at Belmont Lake and the farm in the 80's and 90's were special, and a huge part of our memories. Fred was a large part of that, whether he was fixing stuff at the cottage, taking out his red boat, or just being the friendly man that he was. He was good to our daughters, and also kind to our family when they visited from England. Many a good time was spent playing pool with Fred at the farm. We are sad, but pleased that he lived such a full life and had such a large family. Warm wishes, Graham and Carrie
Wayne Maranduik donated to SUNNYBROOK HEALTH SCIENCES CENTRE FOUNDATION
Wednesday, April 10, 2019Please add this to the donations from Wayne & Denice and Larry & Karen Maranduik. Rick Maranduik
Frank Sjouwerman donated to ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF CANADA - SOCIETE ALZHEIMER DU CANADA
Tuesday, April 9, 2019On behalf of Fred
Jennifer Maranduk posted a condolence
Monday, April 8, 2019I am so sorry for your loss Auntie Elsie. I have thought of you and Fred often and miss my "Maranduk" family. Fred was half of the most caring couple I know - please accept my condolences and on behalf of my daughters Carla and Jodie. It hurts to live after a loved one has passed away. Thinking of you and your entire family with love and affection, Jennifer Maranduk
Wayne Maranduik posted a condolence
Monday, April 8, 2019Dear Aunt Elsie and Maranduik Family, Denice and I and our family would like to offer our sincere condolences on the passing of Uncle Fred. I will always remember the times at the farm with Uncle Fred and Mom and Dad and Mom's Birthday when they were all together. Especially seeing Dad and Fred sitting and chatting. We all loved Uncle Fred very much, we will miss him. Love Wayne and Denice, Nick and Katie
Blair:Bette Anne Hillestad and families posted a condolence
Sunday, April 7, 2019Hold your precious memories close to your heart, Auntie Elsie, Les and Vera, Lori and Geoff and families. Always think of Uncle Fred on the farm and how very proud he was of his little tractor. Of course his belly laugh, enjoyed his laughter and smiles. Lots of love and hugs sent your way. Xoxoxoxo Blair , Bette Anne Brett, Natalie, Sawyer and Paisley Kyle, Jessica, Sean and Larson Jana, Mike, Daxon and Tave
Edward and Sharen (Maranduk) Ceslak posted a condolence
Sunday, April 7, 2019Aunty Elsie, Les, Vera, Lori, Geoff and families, Uncle Fred - a strong man full of perserverance and wit - from the fun times in the early years on the baseball field with his farm-boy pitching ability to his strength and determination in his work ethic while, together with Aunty Elsie, building a successful business. He made a good life for himself and his family; something of which to be very proud. We mourn with you as you grieve in your loss. I can see my Dad and him throwing the dice, making their “two-bit” bets and having a good belly laugh! They so enjoyed each other’s company. Vichnaya Pam’yat Uncle Fred.
Douglas Stewart posted a condolence
Sunday, April 7, 2019Wishing you peace and comfort as you remember the good times with Fred. Fred is certainly now at peace. May happy memories and the love of family surround you and give you strength in the days ahead.
Larry & Karen Maranduik posted a condolence
Sunday, April 7, 2019Auntie Elsie, Les, Lori & Family's, Sadness in our hearts for your loss but wonderful memories in our hearts forever. Love Larry & Karen
Julian and Mariane Wieder posted a condolence
Saturday, April 6, 2019Our deepest condolences to your wonderful family. I have many terrific memories of Fred but the one that stands out the most is of him driving the tractor with a wagon load of bowling league partiers behind. He loved welcoming us all to share in his joy at the farm.
Kathy Kaskiw posted a condolence
Saturday, April 6, 2019My thoughts are with all who loved Uncle Fred, especially Aunt Elsie, Lori and Les. I will always remember Uncle Fred’s easy smile and his laugh. That little laugh seemed to pop up almost every time he spoke and always made me smile too. When we were kids he never got tired of showing us his tattoo whenever we asked to see it, which was almost every time we visited. A real novelty for us back then. I hope he’s in a nice warm place where the beer is cold and there’s lots of opportunity to play games, fish and toss a horseshoe. Good-by Uncle Fred, Love Kathy
Diana Kunanec posted a condolence
Saturday, April 6, 2019Dearest Auntie Elsie, Les, Laurie and families, We are so sorry to hear of Uncle Fred's passing. We know that he is now resting with the angels and all of his loving memories of family and good times returned to him. Dave and I have many fond memories of visits to the farm and the cottage. The fierce "Wahoo" games between him, Elsie, Mike and Joan will always be remembered. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time. Love Diana and Dave Kunanec
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Saturday, April 6, 2019