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Bernard Arbour

Bernard John Arbour

Thursday, December 29th, 1932 - Tuesday, August 4th, 2020
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In Loving Memory of Bernard John Arbour

Passed away peacefully at the Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital after a lengthy illness. Bernard was reunited with the love of his life Mae on Tuesday, August 4, 2020, at the age of 87.

Dear father of Robin and her husband Ed, Dan and his wife Cathy, John and his wife Diane. Loving Poppy to Trisha, Peter, Denis (predeceased), Daryl, Bradley, Keagan and to 6 great grandchildren. Dear brother of Joyce and predeceased by Frank and Cecil. Fondly remembered by his family and friends.

A Private Family Service will be held at the Twelve Mile Lake Cemetery, Carnarvon.

Memorial Donations to the Orillia Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Canadian Cancer Society or to the Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family and can be arranged through the Gordon A. Monk Funeral Home Ltd., P.O. Box 427, Minden, Ontario K0M 2K0.
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Posted at 01:00pm
Uncle Bernard and Aunt Mae were very special to me. I remember when I was very young I used to go to their house to stay for a few days every year while my Mom ad Grandma went on a Buffalo Shopping trip. It was always an adventure as you may imagine a young girl going from downtown Toronto to the suburb of Scarborough which at that time seemed to like a different world. I will miss our phone calls that we had almost every month until the last few. It was always so great keeping up on the news of your family and answering your thoughtful questions about mine. It’s the end of a generation for us on my moms side of the family. Thank you uncle .Bernard fir always being there and helping me keep those memories of those passed alive. I will miss you terribly. Love as always your niece, Bernice.
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Al Whittaker & family

Posted at 09:00am
In memory of my buddy Bernie "Barnyard" Arbour.
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Al Whittaker

Posted at 08:52am
My sincerest condolences to John, Diane, thier boys and the entire Arbour family on the passing of Bernie or as I liked to call him Barnyard! I had many fun conversations with him at the rink over the years as he was a constant fixture at Bradley's & Keegans hockey games. I will always remember him for his smile and the humorous, good natured, dry whitted conversations we would have during that time. He was a man I had a tremendous amount of respect for and would always seek him out for a chat when I knew he was in the building. It's a regret that I did not keep up closer contact after hockey was done. I will always remember Bernie as a down to earth guy with a quick wit, great sense of humor and a little bit of devilish attitude behind his warm smile.
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