HUTCHEON, Manford "Manny" Roy
(Retired employee of General Motors of Canada, 50+ year bowling member at Leisure Lanes, member of the Oshawa Curling Club)
Peacefully at Hôpital Montfort, in Ottawa, on Sunday, March 29, 2020 at the age of 86. Beloved husband of the late Eleanor “Ellie” for 51 years. Loving father of Tim (Melody), Elaine and Brian (Jackie). Fun-loving grandpa of Ben (Megan) and Evan. Survived by brothers Bert (Glenda) and Bruce (Colleen) and predeceased by Clarence, Harry, Allan (Joan), Ron (Gloria) and Shirley (Ed). Brother-in-law of Edie, Jean and Ted (Cyndy). Manny will be missed by many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. In light of the coronavirus, a Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Donations in memory of Manny to the Alzheimer’s Society of Durham Region or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated.
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Mar 31, 2020Anne Dougherty
So sorry to hear of Uncle Manny’s passing. He always had a smile and a joke for you, even when he couldn’t remember who you were. I’m sorry that, because of this virus, he didn’t get the send off he deserved. He will be greatly missed by all of those who loved him. Tim, Elaine and Brian, my heartfelt condolences go out to you and your families.
Apr 1, 2020Michael & Rick Hutcheon
Myself and brother Rick are so sad and sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Manny. We will always remember what a talent he had with carpentry, his jokes his puzzles and his tricks. It was 1975 and I bought a set of high end speaker tweeters for my new stereo system. They needed a casing and Uncle Manny made two small beautiful wooden cabinet casings for them. I still have these tweeters connected and sitting on top my existing speakers today. Part of him will always be with me. I have said often that when we are no longer able to walk with our loved ones, It is comforting knowing that they are walking with angels. Thoughts and love go out to Elaine, Tim, Brian and your families.
Apr 2, 2020Bob Sutton and Family
So sorry to learn of Manny's passing. Manny and Ellie were good neighbours to my parents for many years. Manny did some refinishing work for us over the years and he was a fine carpenter too. Our sincere condolence to all of the family.
Apr 3, 2020Judy / John Zarowny
Tim , Elaine and Brian John and I were very saddened to hear of the passing of your father. Manny was a lovely friend and neighbour to my parents for many years. He always had a smile on his face and a trick or game to show you that brought a smile to our face. his beautiful wood working and workmanship was superior and we were fortunate to have a few pieces of his handiwork We are so sorry his journey has ended here but every time we pass the house we will forever remember Manny and your family and all the great memories our families shared with both your mother and father RIP Manny you are finally home with your Ellie Judy and John Zarowny
Apr 3, 2020Lynne (Fox) Garrett
My brother Neil and his wife Karen and I send our thoughts and prayers to the family. We were recently chatting about Manny and Ellie and shared our many memories. We are thinking of you during these difficult times. Lynne(Fox)Garrett, and Neil and Karen Fox
Apr 6, 2020Barbara Gilroy
Tim, Elaine and Brian I thought the world of Uncle Manny. He and your Mom were such a big part of our lives growing up. He was always so much fun. And such a talented wood worker. All the things he made over the years, so many pieces in my parent's home. He loved you kids, and all of us cousin kids. I hope you find solace in knowing how much he was cherished. A truly wonderful man. A big hug to all 3 of you, and your families Love Barb, Tristan, Madeline and a special hug from Karen
Apr 10, 2020Donald Hercia
I remember Manny... A person who loved to refinish antique furniture. The person who did carpentry work for me. The person I bowled ten-pins with for a great many years. I remember the love he showed for family and friends. Thanks Manny.