Green, Eric Gerald (Gerry)

eric greenIt is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Eric Gerald (Gerry) Green at age 81. He passed away peacefully on Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015 with beloved family and friends at his side. Pre-deceased by his parents Harry & Tess (Theresa Campbell), brothers George & Preston and son, David.

Born in PEI, Gerry had a wonderful passion for life. He enjoyed spending time with his wife Peggy and their many travels together. Gerry retired from The Ford Oakville Plant after 45 years of service. Gerry also had a passion for hockey and a gifted skill for creating many wonderful woodworking crafts that he proudly shared with family and friends. He also had a great passion for life itself, his warm heart and wonderful smiles had a way of bringing comfort and happiness to all who knew and loved him.

He will be deeply missed by wife Peggy, sister Virgina (Wally) and sister-in-law (Joan). His children by Helen; Bryan (Tamara) Debbie (Rodney), Cathy (Tony) and his stepchild by Peggy; Sherri (Jim). Also, his grandchildren Becky, Eric, Blair, Domenic, Cody and Joshua and his many great-grandchildren. and great- great-grandchild.

The family would like to acknowledge and thank the staff & doctors on the 3rd Floor at the Juravinski Hospital in Hamilton for their amazing care and support. In keeping with Gerry’s wishes, cremation has already taken place and there will be a Celebration of his Life on Saturday, Feb. 21 at 2pm at the St John’s Dixie Visitation Centre, 737 Dundas St E. Mississauga.

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  1. Larry Svenson
    Larry Svenson says:

    Uncle Jerry was a great person and will definitely be missed. While his life was not always easy, he always made it clear how much he cared for his family. Nothing but fond memories of how he treated me. I’ll miss his sense of humour and laugh, as well as all the stories from his youth when he was more than a bit mischievous. Rest in peace.

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