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Thomas Fleetwood

Thomas Fleetwood

Friday, January 14th, 1921 Thursday, December 27th, 2018

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Obituary for Thomas Clayton Fleetwood

Thomas Clayton Fleetwood passed away peacefully at the age of 97 on Thursday Dec 27, 2018 at the Eagle Ridge Manor in Port Moody, BC. Tom is predeceased by his wife Dorothy Fleetwood (Ainsworth) in April 2005. Survived by his 3 sons: Bob, Geoff (Jeannette), Rick (Cathy), and his 6 Grandchildren Kristen, Kyle, Erin (Bob), Ian, Cora (Geoff), and Abby (Rick).

Tom grew up in Montreal, eventually moving to Vancouver in the late 1940s working as a Heat Treater in the mining/construction industry. He settled in Coquitlam after marrying Dorothy in 1962. His last job was with Micon Products on Granville Island where he worked for nearly 30 years before retiring in 1987.

Tom was a dedicated husband and father who worked very hard to support his family often in tough economic times. He was kind and generous man who enjoyed the company of friends and family. He dedicated many hours to supporting his kids in their various sports activities and later in life as they moved on to their own careers, he took interest and encouraged them in whatever they were doing. He enjoyed a drink or two especially a cold beer after work or at the pub….dad always had time for a cold one right up to his final days….thanks for the wonderful memories….cheers to you!

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Michele Hunt

My deepest condolences to you and your family Rick. Your dad sure lived an amazing life. May peace be with you all during this difficult time.

Sincerely,

Michele (Hough) Hunt
Comment | Posted at 12:35pm via Condolence
RF

Rick Fleetwood

Thanks so much Michele...much appreciated
Posted at 08:43pm
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James Varga

My condolences to Rick and his family. I remember dropping by the Fleetwood residence in the 'school days'. Mr. Fleetwood would always make it pleasurable, along with his wife Dorothy. A good man, a kind man.A man that worked very hard in the metal Heat Treating industry. I remember he liked barbecuing on the weekends and would offer up his creations from the grill. A man that always had time to say hello and exchange some thoughts ,a laugh, and simple greetings in kindness. Words seem inadequate to express my grief, when I heard of his passing. He will be sorely missed in this world, and never forgotten by myself. Rest in peace my friend, you so deserve rest now.God give you guidance and peace.
Comment | Posted at 05:46pm via Condolence
RF

Rick Fleetwood

Thanks so much James. You bring back some great memories of my dad the bbq master!
Posted at 12:01am
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