George Smith



Smith: George Sinclair
 
At his residence at Woodlawn on February 5, 2018 George Sinclair Smith age 80 years Founder  & owner of Sinclair Smith Press of Burlington, Father of Cheryl Morrison, George David Smith & Cindy Marilyn Smith, grandfather of Robert George Morrison, brother of the late Bob Smith also survived by nieces & nephews. A Celebration of life will be announced at a later date. www.rhbanderson.com

Condolences

Posted by BILL GARDINER on
I WILL MISS MY FISHING BUDDY AND FRIEND SO VERY MUCH ! MAY YOU ALWAYS BE AT PEACE!

ALWAYS BILL AND MADELAINE GARDINER !
Posted by Dave Patterson on
The Tennis Guys enjoyed the George’s loyal company and great humour for over 35 years. RIP.
Posted by wayne,donna mitchell on
Will be missed, A GREAT neighbor, Great friend,enjoyed kids,grandkids, handy guy,and Green Lawn King! Rest in Peace.
Posted by Angela on
George was such a sweet, funny, proud and dedicated man. He will be greatly missed by myself and the rest of the members of the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 164, Hagersville.
Posted by Lesley-Anne Penney on
I was so saddened to hear of George's passing. Anytime I visited Woodlawn, a visit to see George was a must. He was so entertaining and always had funny stories to share. I will never forget going for a lovely boat ride and stopping to catch fish. George always offered a freshly made 'Margarita' and his pig roast parties were the most fun. Besides all the fun times, George was a very genuine and sweet person and I will miss him.
Posted by Steve & Bonnie on
Missing you George - your fishing stories, your kindness to the kids, your jokes, your 'neighbourhood watch', and all the little chats when the days work was done. The kids and grandkids will miss you too - no more freezies for breakfast; and Mabel too will miss her treats when she comes. Such a good person and wonderful neighbour.
Posted by Bill & Judy Moffat on
Cheryl, David & Cindy
Judy & I were very sad to hear of your dads passing. Dave Campbell & I got together last August with George for lunch at Montanas in Burlington to get up to date, and even though he was dealing with cancer he looked well & his usual fun self. I talked to him several times in the fall & he gave no indication that his health was failing. Dave & I have known him since high school days & not only was he fun to be around but he had amazing energy & enthusiasm & always seemed to have some creative project on the go. He threw himself 100% into everything he did whether it was his successful printing business, tennis, politics or his volunteer work at the hospital. He loved his family very much. I let Dave & Winn Campbell know today. Judy & I send our sincere condolences & we will really miss him. We are in Florida until April 18th & if his celebration of life is later in the spring please let us know & we will be there. All the best to all of you as you remember him. Bill & Judy Moffat
Posted by Christie on
will miss you George buddy :)
Posted by Brian & Ann on
George will be missed by everyone at Woodlawn and at all our activities. He was a good person and willing to help anyone out. He always had a story to tell and enjoyed a relaxing drink. A good volunteer at WHGH and his cheerful hello when you came thru the door. RIP
Posted by Mary Guyatt (Pratt) on
George was one of my favorite male cousins with fond memories of summers at our Grandparents farm. I will miss seeing you at Branch 164 Hagersville sitting at the bar. Special thoughts, cousin Mary.
Posted by Sandi Smith on
I was so sorry to hear of George's passing. Will miss him dearly.
Posted by Jeani Haapamaki on
I am so sad to hear that George has passed away. He was such a great person to know. I will miss him.
Posted by Richard & Mardi on
George will be missed! Such a friendly guy, always willing to lend a hand whenever possible. Always had a funny story
and everyone loved hearing them! Woodlawn wont be the same without him!
Posted by Richard & Mardi on
George will be missed! Such a friendly guy, always willing to lend a hand whenever possible. Always had a funny story
and everyone loved hearing them! Woodlawn wont be the same without him!
Posted by gary mccracken on
Very sorry to here this news. He was a good friend and generous individual. I will miss his companionship and humour.
Posted by Carol Preece Seabourne on
George will be so missed. Always enjoyed your baking not to mention your funny stories, so sad,such a great person.
Posted by Rick Slavin on
Only found out now,I will miss you partner!
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