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Lorne Stewart
Mass of Christian Burial

St. Michael's Catholic Church
379 Division St., Cobourg

Wednesday September 21st
10:00am
Interment to follow at St. Michael's Cemetery, Cobourg

Celebration of Life

Best Western Plus Cobourg Inn & Convention Centre
930 Burnham St., Cobourg, ON K9A 2X9,

Wednesday September 21st
from 5:00 - 8:00pm

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Lorne Stewart

April 11, 1943 - September 10, 2022

Peacefully at home, on Saturday September 10, 2022, the death occurred of Raymond “Lorne” Stewart of Cobourg Ontario, age 79 years. Lorne was born on April 11,1943, in Summerside, Prince Edward Island, to the late Helen (MacDonald) and Raymond Stewart.

Growing up on the farm in Glengarry, PEI, Lorne was taught the value and importance of family, friends, hard work and his Catholic faith. He carried these values with him throughout his life which served him well as he left the island to pursue his dreams.

As a young man, Lorne lived and worked his way across Western Canada, eventually settling in Cobourg, Ontario, where he and Connie raised their wonderful family. Lorne took great pride in being a lifelong, self-employed, entrepreneur, who never forgot where he came from. Lorne’s entrepreneurial legacy will live on through his three sons who joined him in the family business. Combining family and business was a natural for Lorne and this partnership not only inspired him, but also brought him much joy throughout retirement and his recent illness. Lorne’s passion for his trucking businesses were second only to the love and pride he had for his family, and in particular his three sons; who were not only his business partners, but also his best friends.

Lorne loved sports; especially hockey and CFL football. He could often be found at the rink and served as the President of the Cobourg Cougars Jr.A hockey club for many years. He was proud of his attendance at 52 CFL Grey Cup games and was honored when his name was added to the CFL Grey Cup Fan Base last year. Lorne loved people, music and fellowship; whether at local pubs listening to musicians, or hosting a great party at his house; there was nothing Lorne enjoyed more than people coming together. Lorne loved traveling, and saw much of the world with his wife, Connie, his sons, and his many friends. Regardless of where life took Lorne, his heart was never far from his beloved Prince Edward Island; where he and Connie spent their summers for over 25 years at their cottage in Red Point. When at the cottage Lorne loved to host his friends and family with steak, lobster and an ample supply of libations! More than once Connie had to ask Lorne “when are you putting the steaks on?”

Lorne was a kind, generous and humble man who touched the lives of so many friends and family. He embodied the philosophy that you should never look down on others unless it’s to offer a helping hand up. Lorne was selfless in his acts of generosity as he journeyed through life. He truly enjoyed meeting and speaking with people from all walks of life and learning from them. Lorne had an incredible respect for humanity which was present in everything he did; he was a true gentleman.

Lorne will be deeply missed by his sons;Ray (Petra) Stewart of Cobourg, Ont., Chad (Danielle) Stewart of Cobourg, Ont., and Allan (Sara) Stewart of Cobourg, Ont., and special niece Jillian Dixon (Morris) of Vancouver, B.C. Lorne was the loving Grampy to his grandchildren; Declan, Kennedy, Connor, Cohen, and Aanna. He was the cherished big brother of Kathleen Stewart, Port Coquitlam, B.C., Blair (Donna) Stewart, Charlottetown, P.E.I., Basil (Gail) Stewart, Summerside, P.E.I., Doris Stewart, Charlottetown, P.E.I., and Stephen (Dawn) Stewart, Glengarry, P.E.I. Lorne will be sadly missed by his sister-in-law Lynn Ann Dixon, Souris, P.E.I., brother-in-law George Roach, Cobourg, Ont., as well as his many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.

Lorne was predeceased by his loving and devoted wife of 52 years, Connie Stewart, his brother-in-law Edgar Dixon and his brother Allan Stewart. Family and friends are invited to attend the Funeral Mass at St. Michael Catholic Church, 379 Division Street, Cobourg, Ontario on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at 10:00 AM followed by a burial at St. Michael’s Cemetery- Cobourg, Ontario. A Celebration of Life will take place at the Best Western Hotel - Cobourg, Ontario from Wednesday, September 21, 2022, from 5:00PM – 8:00PM.

In lieu of flowers, donations to the Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada would be greatly appreciated.

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Bill O'Dwyer and Brothers - September 29, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Linda C Sedgwick Girard - September 22, 2022

Ray, Allan , Chad and families, Please accept my sincere condolences on your Dad's passing.You are so blessed to have a father so special and caring. I used to see him at five o'clock mass on Saturdays, always a nod and a smile. Sorry I missed the service as I am spending a few weeks in P E I. Linda

The Weber Brothers - September 22, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

James and Gina Brouwer - September 22, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Greg Gallagher - September 22, 2022

I am sorry you have not heard from me earlier but we just returned from holiday overseas. I will really miss your Dad. We always chatted at church ......... and I was always close to your Dad and Ray because of the many years your trucking company did work for Weetabix when I was managing the Weetabix Warehouse and Shipping. I loved working with your Dad because "his word was his bond". and I could trust your Dad (and Ray) to always do the right thing ......... and think outside the box (if necessary). I loved that your Dad was from PEI with a little "PEI accent". I believe your Dad was Irish Catholic .......... as so am I ((Stewart may be Scottish but I am assuming it is Irish)). Your Dad and I both loved our religion but I think your Dad was closer to God than I was. You could not get a kinder, more honest and humble man than your Dad and that is why I liked working with him .......... and calling him my friend. I will really miss seeing your Dad but I know his three sons will carry on his legacy and represent the "Stewart name" proudly. The Stewart boys will always be friends of the GALLAGHERs ........ thus if you need anything call us. Lorne will be in my prayers. Greg Gallagher

Sheila Doyle Griffin . - September 21, 2022

Sorry to hear of Lorne,s death remembering you all in our prayers.

Glen and Connie Prentice - September 21, 2022

Sorry for your loss. Great man he will be missed.

Michael Milner - September 21, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Kevin Walt - September 21, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Robert and Edith Robillard - September 21, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Tim Desprey - September 21, 2022

My condolences to the Stewart family and to all of Lornes friends. Lorne was a true gentleman and will be missed deeply. I will never forget the way he took me under his wing after I lost my grandfather as if I was one of his own. He never had to but that was the way Lorne lived. If everyone loved as much as Lorne the world would be a much better place.

Ben Foster - September 21, 2022

Our deepest sympathies for your loss. Thinking of you at this very difficult time. Ben and Suzanne Foster

Jason Colasante - September 21, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Rose & Darryl Goodall - September 21, 2022

Ray, Allan & Chad, our condolenses to you and your families. A lot of great memories with your Dad. He will be missed. Rest in peace Lorne.

Doris and Bruce ward - September 20, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Nurse Next Door - Kim Jimmo-Shields - September 20, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Ron and Hilary Walt - September 20, 2022

Thinking of all you at this sad time. Prayers for all your families.

Cindy & Dennis Sherwin - September 20, 2022

Condolences to all the family, RIP Lorne

Heather Campbell & Dr. Lloyd Molyneux - September 20, 2022

Blair & Donna And all of the Stewart family, An unbelievable loss. Out thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Heather Campbell & Dr. Lloyd Molyneaux - September 20, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Nancy and Charles Bosworth - September 20, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Dawn-Marie & Michael Jamieson - September 20, 2022

Sending our sincere condolences to Blair, Donna and the entire Stewart clan. Thinking of you this week as you gather together to remember and celebrate Lorne. Love and prayers, Dawn-Marie, Michael, Evan & Ryan Jamieson

Michael & Kathy Colasante - September 20, 2022

Our hearts Our Prayers are with you.

Ray and Betsy Keenan - September 20, 2022

Lorne was a true gentleman and will be dearly missed - our sincere sympathy to Ray, Chad, Alan and families RIP

Anita & Bill Nichol - September 19, 2022

Our sincere Condolences To the Stewart Family,

Ron Raine and Jane Lawson - September 19, 2022

Jane and I would like to send our sincere condolences to the entire family on Lornes passing. Lorne was a great friend and sidekick .His humor and quick wit always made me smile. OLD Buddy I missed you this past weekend in Charlottetown at the shellfish festival; this would have been 10 years! I ate enough oysters for the both us!! We will miss you. Ron and Jane

Rosalie Cousins Webb - September 19, 2022

Deepest sympathy to the Stewart family. Lorne was a great friend to my brothers Warren & John and all the Stewart boys visited at the Cousins house in Campbellton, PE. Lorne was a lovely man and will be greatly missed. Sincerely Trevor & Rosalie

Sheri Donald - September 19, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Jeff Squires and Family - September 19, 2022

Basil/Gail /Allan Very sorry to hear of Lorne's passing. Our deepest sympathies and condolences at this time. God Bless Jeff /Cara Squires and family

Scott and Theresa Tuttle - September 19, 2022

On behalf of Theresa and I, we would like to send our condolences to the Stewart family, may Lorne rest in peace.

Don and Carol Owen - September 19, 2022

My memory of Lorne will always be of a man who loved his wife and boys above all else. He was very kind and generous and always brightened my day when he’d come into the Oasis and we’d sit and chat and share a glass of wine. A true gentle soul. We will miss you friend.

John & Marriann Provost - September 19, 2022

Ray, Chad, Allan (and families) we send our deepest condolences at this time. Lorne was one of a kind. He was kind, generous and thoughtful. We are so glad we got to share a small part of his life. May he rest in peace with Connie.

Pat & Shelley Rutherford - September 19, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Ari and Cathy Haukioja Sept 18, 2022 - September 18, 2022

We will miss Lorne beyond words, just as we are missing Connie/ Countless memories of “road trips” to places like Dawson City, Alaska ,Newfoundland, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver - and , of course, Souris , PEI where the hospitality , love , generosity and pure joy of living displayed by the Stewarts made us feel welcome and comfortable . Cathy and I became friends through our children Alan and Sara who fell in love , married and gave us our shared , cherished granddaughter Aanna , who is a magical blend of Scottish, Irish, Danish, Finnish , French-Canadian and perhaps a bit of “mystery stew”. Our friendship went on to involve many Grey Cup games for me with Lorne and trips to Las Vegas and PEI for Cathy with Connie. Our trips together were full of laughter , music and , always, love and respect for each other’s views . Rest In Peace Lorne/ Yours was a Life well- lived .

Deb and Barry Bird - September 18, 2022

Ray, Chad, Allan and families. Our sincere condolences on the loss of your dear Dad. He was such a gentleman and will be truly missed. Our prayers are with you at this difficult time. Barry and Deb

Mary Jane, Amber, Emma, Madison & Lincoln Dyer - September 18, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Michael Beech, piper - September 18, 2022

I offer my sincere condolences to the Stewart clan. I am afraid I did not know Lorne (or Connie) personally, but in reading the bio, I can only wish I had. Others I know in the community speak highly of your family. May peace be with you.

Mary Jane Dyer - September 18, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Carly & Rob - September 18, 2022

Ray, Chad, Al and Family – We are so very sorry for your loss. Lorne was an amazing person who sincerely cared about others before himself. Lorne often opened his home and heart to those who needed either. He would give you the shirt off his back if you asked. Despite the heartbreaking last couple of months, celebrate their legacy and take solace knowing Lorne and Connie are together again. Love, Carly & Rob

Louis Dalton - September 18, 2022

very saddened to read lorne obituary Summerside paper yesterday. Lorne was a very gregarious/sociable person and yes he never forgot where he came from.When he visiter pei he would always visit take the time to visit his kinfolk and neighbours.To all my Glengarry cousins you are being remembered

Manpreet Sandhu - September 18, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Brian Read - September 17, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

marvin and elizabeth dalton - September 17, 2022

we extend our condolence on the passing of lorne. been a long time since we went to glengarry school

Sharon Galloway - September 17, 2022

To Chad and family. Sorry to hear of your dads passing. My heart goes out to you. Praying for you all during this very difficult time. ❤️🙏🏻

Eileen (Doyle) Stewart - September 17, 2022

Kathleen, Blair, Basil, Doris, Stephen, We want to express our deepest sympathy to you on the death of your dear brother, Lorne. Lorne was a kind and caring person and even though I have not seen him in a few years, I felt saddened when I read of his passing in the paper this morning. May you all receive comfort from our loving God. Eileen & K Stewart Charlottetown, PEI

Sharon Harvey - September 17, 2022

Al, Chad, Ray, and families…we are so very sorry for your loss. Lorne will be missed by so many. Sending hugs.

Heather Tredree Soutar - September 17, 2022

My sincere condolences to Chad, Ray and the whole Stewart family. I hope the wonderful memories you have made together with your father give you comfort through this pain.

Carl Adams - September 17, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Ron and Nancy Langdon - September 17, 2022

To Ray, Chad and Allan - sorry to read of your Dad's passing. RIP Lorne. Thinking of you at this time.

Shane & Dawn - September 17, 2022

Ray, Chad, Allan (and families). We can’t tell you how sorry we are for your great loss. Lorne was an amazing man. Honest, driven, intellectual, funny, respectful, and most of all, loving! We are here for all of you. Absolutely, anything you need. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your mom and dad, who are resting peacefully together once again. Xoxo.

Frank and Judy Blake - September 17, 2022

Out thoughts and prayers are with the family at this time.

Laurie Lawson - September 17, 2022

Boys I am so very sorry for your loss. You boys did your Dad proud . God Bless .

Laurie Lawson - September 17, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Bloyce and Erith Mclellan - September 17, 2022

Our sympathy to all of the family. We are from PEI and My Lawoffice was McLellan Brennan HRGA which was continued by my daughter Lindsay and her husband FIL. We have known Basil for many years who is still the Mayor of Summerside. Coincidentally our son Morgan McLellan and his wife Casey live in Coburg Ontario with their family. He is a heavy equipment mechanic in Ontario. Our thoughts are with you at this sad time. Bloyce and Erith McLellan.

Steve Higgins - September 17, 2022

My condolences Chad to you n your family for your loss..thoughts n prayers are with you 🙏 😔

Brenda Brothers - September 17, 2022

To all of Lorne's family, please accept our sympathy and prayers for the passing of your dear father/brother / my cousin, Lorne. He will be certainly be missed. Love from Brenda and Francis

Bob & Janice Boundy - September 17, 2022

Ray, Chad, Allan and families, we are so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. You folks have been through so much in the past months. Now is the time for remembrance of your wonderful parents. They were so enjoyable to be around. Our many years together at the Arenas around Ontario always bring back fond memories of your family. It is a sad time but you guys can take solace in knowing that they are in a better place now. May they both rest in peace!

Caroline M MacKinnon - September 17, 2022

Ray, Chad, Allan, and families: my heart is with you , in this difficult time. You have all defined "family" over the years, and the community in Cobourg and PEI are certainly remembering you all, in our hearts. My children and I always felt welcome at the cottage and in your home in Cobourg. And I hope your wonderful memories will help your sorrow in the coming months. Lorne was an exceptional man and he and Connie were a true couple...full of happiness and fun . Bless you all. Respectfully, Caroline

max holland - September 16, 2022

For those of us who shared the priveledge of knowing Lorne, he will be sorrowfully missed. Should our troubled world have more like him, we would surely be in a better space. Deepest condolences.

Larry Howarth - September 16, 2022

I'm so very sorry for your loss. Lorne was a great man, very generous and kind. I only knew him through my work but he always treated me with respect and kindness.

Paul and Debbie Herriot - September 16, 2022

Paul and I are sending our sincere condolences to Ray, Chad, Al and their families on the loss of Lorne, their wonderful Dad and Granddad, and to lose him so soon after Connie must be heartbreaking. You will have your many memories to help you all through the grief. Paul will miss his chats with Lorne at the Cougar games. Blesses to all. Paul and Debbie

Doug and Debbie MacAusland - September 16, 2022

Our Deepest Sympathy to Connie and Family and to Lorne's Brothers and Sisters and their families. He was a great man

Ray & Sue Provost - September 16, 2022

Dear Ray, Chad, Allan and families. We were so very saddened to hear of Lorne's passing. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him. Our sympathies and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

Steve Dyer - September 16, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Kendra Howard - September 16, 2022

I had the opportunity to meet Lorne and Connie many years ago when Andre and I made a trip back to Coburg to see this special placed he always spoke so highly of. I could easily tell that Connie and Lorne had welcomed Andre into their home like he was there own. I was glad I was able to meet them as they had such an impact on Andre- they were definitely the best of the best. My sincere condolences to you all, Kendra

Alf and Red Quigley - September 16, 2022

Ray Chad Al So sorry guys We will all miss him a lot RIP my friend.

Alf and Red Quigley - September 16, 2022

Ray Chad Al So sorry giy

Kim and Tom Rudd - September 16, 2022

So very sorry to hear this news. Tom and I send our heartfelt condolences to the whole family during this very difficult time. We know you will savour those wonderful memories you have to share and remember your parents by.

Beverley Roach MacDonald - September 16, 2022

Ray, Chad, Allan and family members. My heart is breaking for all of you, such a hard and heartbreaking summer, with the loss both your parents and your Uncle Edgar. Be gentle with yourself and each other, love Bev

Suzy Kobylanski - September 16, 2022

My deepest condolences to the Stewart family

Ted and Julia Doig - September 16, 2022

A good man our condolences to the Stewart family God Bless.

Chris Clarke - September 16, 2022

Chad so sorry to hear about your dad a great man

Betty Boyles - September 16, 2022

Lorne will always be remembered by all his cousins. We made many trips to Glengarry and Raymond’s family made many trips to West Point. Lots of great memories from the good old days. After Lorne moved to Ontario, he continued to come see Mom and Dad and I would often scoot across the field to enjoy their conversations and a good many laughs. Our sympathy to all his family from his cousin Betty and my hubby Albert.

David Stewart and Joanne.(RedPoint) - September 16, 2022

Deepest condolences to the Stewart family.

Karen & Chris Hoskin - September 16, 2022

Ray, Chad and Allan and families, so very sorry for your loss.💞

Tony Dekeyser - September 16, 2022

My deepest condolences to the Stewart family

Helen Ann Parker - September 16, 2022

Boys, I am so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. Him and your mum are together again. Deepest sympathy to you all.

Barry VIckers - September 16, 2022

My deepest condolences to the Stewart family at this time

John Gagovski - September 16, 2022

My my Family to the Stewart Family, my deepest and most humblest condolences and may Lorne rest. John, Darlene, Anthony, Emily and Eleni.

Mark McDermott - September 16, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Denise and Rory Quigley - September 16, 2022

Ray,Chad,Allan and family. We are so sorry to read the news of your dad now passing. There will be an even bigger whole now for you all. Cherish the memories and all the times you shared together. Thinking of you all. Lean on each other. Denise and Rory Quigley

Franklin Doyle - September 16, 2022

Lorne Stewart was a real friend, we lived side by side as we grew up; in fact we were born on the same day which presented many arguments over the years as to who was older. We walked miles plus to school every day, we played all games together especially baseball. He will be remembered in Glengarry as a kind, honest, friendly and considerate human——the kind of a person everyone strives to be. I want his boys to know that I consider Lorne as more of a brother than a friend and I am pleased to say he was a true friend. FD

Carol Buttar - September 16, 2022

Eric & I send our sincere condolences to the whole family on the loss of a wonderful father & grandfather. He certainly was a fixture around the Cobourg Community Arena. Thoughts & prayers are with you all.

Dave Chris Fulton - September 16, 2022

To Ray Chad and Allen our thoughts and prayers are with you ,he was a great man always there for everyone . We all will miss him Dave and Chris Fulton

George Quigley - September 16, 2022

Ray, Chad, Al sorry to hear of Lorne's passing. You are fortunate to have family memories to last you a lifetime.

Jane and BillMcIvor - September 16, 2022

Our deepest condolences to the Stewart family. The McIvors

sue wright - September 16, 2022

Dear Ray, Chad, Allan and your families. I am so sorry to learn of your Dad and Granddad's passing. He was a kind and thoughtful man. Always asked about my boys and how they were doing. It has been a very difficult summer for all of you. Take comfort in all your memories and know how proud he was of all of you.

Janice Perry - September 16, 2022

My Sympathies to you all. I didn't know him but Friend of Basil.

Gerry and Andrea Howard - September 16, 2022

So sorry to hear of Lorne’s passing. Lorne was certainly “one in a million”…very kind and generous to all. Our condolences to Rae, Allan and Chad & Families. Gerry & Andrea

PAT BOWEN - September 16, 2022

Ray, Chad, Al so sorry for your loss, Your Dad was a kind and cheerful person. We wish you all the best.

Margaret Lutes - September 16, 2022

Ray,Allen and Chad and family I’m so sorry for the loss of your dad as he was a wonderful man. Your all in my heart. May your dad Rest In Peace.

Franklin & Elaine Doyle - September 16, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Liz Basinger - September 16, 2022 DONATION

A Memorial Donation has been made to the following charity:

Progressive Supranuclear Palsy Society of Canada

Bonnie Winter - September 16, 2022

Ray, Al, Chad it is hard to really express fully who your dad was; kind, funny, generous, passionate and a great mind for math. He was also known to eat literally everything, walk around with a Tim's cup of tea glued to his hand and offer some of the best east coast saying at just the right time. I loved him and respected him. Wherever you are Lorne, I hope you're doing the Newfie stomp with a pint in your hand.

John Wood - September 16, 2022

Ray, Chad, Al and families so sorry to hear of Lorne's passing. Many fond memories of working together. Sincerest condolences.

Ken & Jo Anne Davison - September 16, 2022

We are so sorry to hear of Lorne's passing. How even more difficult after just losing Connie. Lorne was a kind and thoughtful person and we will always have fond memories of him from hockey days gone by. You are in our thoughts & prayers.

Jimmy and Dawn mccloskey - September 16, 2022

We want to send our condolences to your family , on the loss of both of your parents. Jimmy and Dawn Mccloskey Redpoint PEI

Catherine Taylor - September 16, 2022

My sincere condolences to all of Lornes' family and his many friends. I didn't know Lorne very well but John spoke very highly of him . I'm sure they will be having a laugh or two now.Take care of each other♡

Kip Noonan - September 16, 2022

Lorne will be missed we had the privilege of going to the memorial cup in Peterborough Ontario years ago and Lorne and Connie And their boys had us over for a few meals And we had a great time Great people great family Your families in our prayers thank you And thanks to Basil for taking us

Ron & Edna Johnson - September 16, 2022

Sincere condolences to the Stewart family.

Marta Eroles - September 16, 2022

My condolences to the whole family and special to Danielle Stewart (Bradford when I met her 30 years ago). Big hug to your husband!!! Marta Eroles

Carolyn Hamlin - September 15, 2022

R.I.P Lorne

Carolyn Hamlin - September 15, 2022

R.I.P Lorne

Andre Howard - September 15, 2022

Al,Ray ,Chad and crew, sorry to hear about the loss of Lorne and Connie in such a short period of time. Lorne and Connie were like parents to me for two years when I left the island as a 15 year kid to play for the cougars. It was a huge adjustment for me, but Lorne and Connie made it a whole lot easier with their island roots shining through. Had lots of laughs and good times under their roof especially at supper time, which would sometimes lead to Lorne and myself going to a local restaurant. To this day I still love to put a fresh cucumber in a bowl of vinegar, something I picked up off Lorne 23-24 years ago. There was a Newfie on the team when I was there also, he put vinegar on his hash browns at breakfast, I do the same to this day. The small things u pick up over the years that end up being a part of you. Have lots of cobourg and Lorne and Connie that I still look back on with lots of love. Had the kids down to basin head last year and jumped off the bridge, coldest water I’ve ever been in, what a fetch up! This is big loss for u guys, deepest condolences sent your way, hope to run into you guys down the road and reminisce Lorne and Connie the good old fashioned way!

Basil and Gail Stewart - September 15, 2022

We are having a hard time to believe that my brother Lorne is gone. Besides being my brother he was my close friend too. He was home to PEI just over a month ago and to my place in Summerside and when he shook my hand when he was leaving it was a sad day because of his health we both knew it would likely be his last visit. He visited our former home where we all grew up in Glengarry...he wanted to go there when he was home. He had lost his good wife Connie only a couple of months ago so it was a very difficult year for Lorne and his family . His sons Ray, Chad and Allan are strong and will continue on with his legacy of their NSSL Company. He worked so hard over the years in his business for his family and now he is resting peacefully and in no pain from the dreadful disease of Progressive Supranuclear Palsy . Rest easy Lorne, we love you! Brother Basil and Gail and our family in Summerside,PEI

Gary Rush - September 15, 2022

I was one of the lucky ones to be blessed by his friendship. Truly a great man and family. It was sad news to hear of Connie and now Lorne, but glad they are together again. I know the boys will and have carried on the great Stewart tradition

Therese & Barry May - September 15, 2022

Ray, Chad, Allan and families. We are saddened to hear of your dad’s passing so soon after your mom’s. They both are together again. Keep the good memories of them in your hearts & share them with your families.🙏💞

Brian & Lillian Darling - September 15, 2022

Lil and I were deeply saddened to hear of your father’s passing. Please accept our most heartfelt condolences. You will always cherish your memories of all the great times.

Matt and Nasha - September 15, 2022

Thinking of you Chad and Danielle and your entire family 💕

MIKE AND LINDA CAINE - September 15, 2022

OUR THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU ALL AT THIS TIME .MANY FAMILY MEMORIES ARE CLOSE TO YOUR HEARTS

Greg and Cathy Rylott - September 15, 2022

Chad and D. So sorry to hear of Lornes passing. What spectacular legacy he leaves behind. Ours thoughts are with during this difficult time. Gigs & Cathy

Sarah McCormack Vos - September 15, 2022

So sorry to hear of your fathers passing. You guys have had such a rough year. Sending all our love from PEI.

John and Jane Ann Cartwright - September 15, 2022

Dear Ray, Chad, Allan and families. I have wonderful memories of both your Mom and Dad. John enjoyed his time working with Lorne during the Cougar years. Your parents were fun!! Our thoughts are with you. Chad, I sent you a fb message when I heard about your Mom, not sure if you received it. They are together…….

Marion & Geoff Skuse - September 15, 2022

Dear Ray, Chad, Al and families, I wish I had the words to let you know how devastated we are about Lornie’s passing. He was such a caring, generous, compassionate, genuine man and friend. You boys and Connie were his life and by extension your wonderful families. Our days of partying on Westwood and Beatty will be forever etched in our memories as some of the best times ever. He will be missed greatly by so many. RIP dear dear friend.

Terry Barrett - September 15, 2022

What a wonderful man. It is impossible to say or think anything but good things about Lorne Stewart. One only look at the diversity of the folks and friends he made. Our family goes back a long way, including the PEI roots, with Lorne, Connie, and the boys (and Jillian!). Besides being a marvelous yet humble host, he truly made all around him feel appreciated and better in his presence. What special memories remain. And his mentorship and entrepreneurial story is one of persistence and quiet success that Ray, Al, and Chad carry successfully forward. My thoughts and condolences from Anne and I and the entire Barrett family. May he RIP with dear Connie and all those he loved before him!

Marcy Whelan - September 15, 2022

Dennis and I will always cherish the many memories we have of spending great times with Connie and Lorne. Our hearts go out to Ray, Chad, Allan and their families for loosing their Mom and Dad in such a short period of time. Our happiest memories of The Stewart’s are the wonderful Christmas Eves that we shared with all of you. Sending you all our deepest sympathies, Dennis and Marcy Whelan

John Cartwright - September 15, 2022

Jane Ann & I will certainly miss you. Are deepest sympathy to your family

Dennis Parsons & Family - September 15, 2022

Our deepest condolences to Ray,Chad & Allan and family at this difficult time.Such a nice man

richard van dusen - September 15, 2022

two great people will be missed Connie and Lorne by family and community for what they stood for a men

Dave and Anne Doyle - September 15, 2022

Please accept our condolences on the passing of your father. We know it was expected but there will still be an ache with family memories. May they bring comfort to you in the future. Sincerely Anne and Dave

Lorraine & Don Swanson - September 15, 2022

Soooo sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. We are unable to be with you Sept 21 as we are away from Cobourg till Sept 30 but our thoughts are always with you!!

Lorraine & Don Swanson - September 15, 2022

Soooo sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. We are unable to be with you Sept 21 as we are away from Cobourg till Sept 30 but our thoughts are always with you!!

JoAnn Kropf-Hedley - September 15, 2022

Chad and family You have my sorrows at thus difficult time