George Clifford Gardinier

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George Clifford Gardinier

July 6, 1951 - May 18, 2020

Peacefully on Monday, May 18, 2020 at Northumberland Hills Hospital, Cobourg, in his 69th year. Beloved father of Geoff (Katie) and Greg (Kristina Heipel). Loving grandfather of Madison, Kayden, Kennedy, Harrison and Austin. Cherished brother of Norm (Anne) and Thelma (the late Gerald) Anderson. George will be sadly missed by his nieces, nephews, friends and Catherine. A private family interment will take place. Donations to the Diabetes Association would be appreciated.

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Roger Hogan - June 4, 2020

Jude and I are very sorry to hear about George's passing. I have many fond memories of George when I worked with him on the ambulance service, many years ago now. Please express our regrets and condolences to George's family and close friends. Thank you.

Peg (Kernaghan) Thomas - May 29, 2020

To the Gardiner Family I've very fond memories of George. We were co-workers during "our ambulance working days" many years ago. My sincere condolences to each of you during this time of your loss

Paul Sherwin - May 27, 2020

Thelma, Norm and families, sorry to hear of George's passing. George and I shared classes during our high school years. He was a great guy. My condolences to you. He will be missed. Paul

John Ford - May 27, 2020

I am very sorry to hear that George has passed away. I always enjoyed his company when he was a member of the Cobourg Lions Club. The club has made a $50 donation in George's memory to the Diabetes Association of Canada.

Francis English - May 25, 2020

I knew George from the Lions club & interacted with him through his various career changes. His unique views on life and events were thought provoking and will be missed. Our condolences to the family Francis & Val English

Greg Marshall - May 24, 2020

So sorry to hear about the news on the passing of George. I’ve known George all my life. And have never met a better man From his early days Doing his duty behind the wheels of the Ambulance. To his Radio days. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. George will be missed

Bonnie Lawson - May 23, 2020

Sorry for the loss of your dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.

Jennifer Macgregor - May 23, 2020

Condolences to Geoff Katie Greig Christina Grandchildren and extended family and friends. George first came into our lives when we spent some time together before Geoff and Katie’s wedding. We enjoyed introducing him to our Scottish countryside and family. He was a fantastic Grampy to Harrison and Austin . Santa for the day at their Maddiston Christmas Party. Loved and looked the part in his red suit. Gentle in nature the children loved him. He enjoyed his visits to Scotland and introduced the boys to fencing repairs on their stay at the family Croft on the Isle of Skye. Many happy memories for all of us. George will be missed but not forgotten. Rest in Peace. Jenny and Jim( Katie’s mum and dad)

RAE MACCULLOCH - May 23, 2020

Sorry to hear of the passing of George. Knew George for many years, having worked with him and in the CB Radio. Rae MacCulloch

Charlie Le Ber - May 22, 2020

George was an active member of the Brighton Computer Club with his technical knowledge and humour which he shared with us. Sorry to hear of his passing away. We will miss him. Charlie Le Ber

Les Baraz - May 22, 2020

I'm very sad at George leaving us so soon, he was my ham buddy and a friend. Les Baraz VA3LBZ

Jane mullins - May 21, 2020

Greg and Jeff and family so sorry to here about George We have made many great memories over the years I’m sure he will be missed greatly Take care stay safe Jane and Wayne

Peg (Kernaghan) Thomas - May 21, 2020

To the Family Members of George. I was fortunate to have met/worked with your Father/Grandfather in his early days as an Ambulance Attendant with Cobourg Ambulance Service - years passed. My sincere condolences to each and every Family member

Richard McEntee - May 21, 2020

Sorry about the death of George, I worked with him on the Cobourg Ambulance.

Vic and Rosemary - May 21, 2020 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Diabetes Canada

Brian Redden - May 20, 2020

I always knew he had done his homework when he would introduce some great interesting topics for discussion at our Saturday morning breakfast meetings. I will certainly miss those enjoyable conversations with George! My condolences to his family.

Ron Gamble - May 20, 2020 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Diabetes Canada

Scott Anderson - May 20, 2020

I will always remember uncle George as the soft spoken (really though he spoke very soft and quiet some of the time) uncle who pretended to call me by my brothers names before getting to mine. It was his sense of humour. He used to help me build school projects when I was a kid since he was an expert with electronics and wiring. He was also always there for my mom (his sister). You are already missed so much. Xo

Rolfe Gnass - May 20, 2020

Sorry for your loss pal. After what You & I have been through, losing a parent or loved one seems more unfair then ever. Hopefully he's peacefully resting.

Madi - May 20, 2020 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Diabetes Canada

Harold Taylor - May 20, 2020

Geoff, Greg, Thelma & Norm I am deeply saddened by the loss that you and your family have encountered. My condolences.

Liz Mc - May 20, 2020

George was one of my earliest playmates! We spent all sorts of time together while we were at the cottage on Rice Lake and those were fun times. We built forts, played tag and enjoyed the boats. We swam for hours at the government dock and of course enjoyed the games at the Barn. I'll always remember George as a happy, kind person. I'm sad to read this news and offer my sincere sympathy to all of you. Liz