In Celebration of

Bill Ellery

May 25, 1923 -  October 19, 2019

Passed away on Saturday, October 19th, 2019 at Silverthorn Care Community, Mississauga. Loving husband of the late Winona for 56 years. Dedicated father to Nancy D’Amico (Rocky) and Peter Ellery (Theresa) and cherished Grandfather to Stephanie, Daniel, Nicholas, and Riley. Born in Weyburn Saskatchewan, Bill enjoyed time in Bermuda where he served in the Royal Canadian Navy and was a man of many talents. He was an artist, an avid golfer, tennis player, skier, and loved spending time at the Chalery in Beaver Valley. He held onto his great sense of humour right to the last few months of his life. One of 6 siblings, Bill leaves behind his doting younger sister, Joyce Brintnell of Brighton Ontario. He touched many who knew him over the years and will be sorely missed. May you rest in Peace, Dad/Grandpa, enjoy a round of golf or a tennis match and reunite with your loving wife, family, and friends who were taken too soon.

For those who wish, donations may be made to Alzheimer's Society.


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Knute Dohnberg 

Entered October 24, 2019 from London

Darlene and I want to express our sincere condolences for the loss of your father

Arlene and David Robertson (Friends)

Entered October 24, 2019 from Guelph

Nancy and family, sending you our love and condolences on the passing of your dad. You have so many memories to cherish. Thinking of you ♥️

Arlene, David, Conner and Reid

Lee Grant (Nancy's friend)

Entered October 25, 2019

Dear Nancy, Rocky, Steph, Nicholas & Daniel,
I was so sorry to hear about your father/grandfathers' passing. I know this is a very sad time for all of you. You have our very deepest sympathy.
We will keep you close in our thoughts and prayers in the coming weeks as you are going through your process of grieving.

With our Sincerity & Friendship,
Lee, Greg, Chantelle & Spencer Grant

Marg and Steve Shaver (Neighbour)

Entered October 27, 2019 from Mississauga

Bill was a dear, dear man.
He was so proud of his family and loved working meticulously in his yard in every season, so our conversations were usually outside.
He had a wonderful sense of humour and hearty laugh.
I picture him smiling.


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