Angus Pontiac

Died: Sun., Oct. 6, 2013

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In Loving Memory of
Angus Bernard Pontiac

November 2, 1921-October 6, 2013

Angus Pontiac  a veteran and a resident of Wikwemikong, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family at the Manitoulin Health Centre in Little Current.
Predeceased by his beloved parents Elie and Mary-Louise (Bebamikawe) Bondy
his first wife Cecile Agosaih,
son Alex Bondy,
and brothers James “Eblee” Bondy &
William Bondy (wife Catherine).
Angus is survived by
his special nephews William Bondy & Leonard Bondy,
and niece Shirley (James Peltier predeceased); all from Wikwemikong.
He is now reunited in the spirit world with his loving partner Teresa Mandamin.
He will be missed by extended family members, Ivan, Henry, Peter, Melvina and Mabel Mandamin, and grand daughter Amanda Mandamin.
Cherished uncle to all his nieces and nephews and their families and will always be remembered by his quote “lots of money no got”.
Angus lived his life to the fullest and was well known on the pow-wow trail.  He will be greatly missed by all who knew him near and far.  Angus will be missed by his caregivers Raymond and Yvonne Jackson.
Whenever we met our Uncle we never used the word “Good-bye” but instead we said`Baamaapii Minwaa

Visitation from 6pm Monday at
St. Anthony Daniel Church, Kaboni
Funeral Mass
3:00 pm Thursday October 10, 2013
at Holy Cross Mission, Wikwemikong
Burial at Wikwemikong Upper Cemetery

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Kathy Arsenault
   Posted Tue October 08, 2013

Garden Basket was sent by Powwow Committee and staff.

Georgian Bay Native Friendship Centre Midland ON

Kim Goebel
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013
My sincerest condolences at your loss of such an amazing man. I will greatly miss hearing him sing his song, say prayers and his wisdom but most of all I will miss his smiles and warm greetings at the powwows we co-attended. Safe journey my friend. Baamaapii Minwaa

Nahanni Bell
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013
Creator takes the good ones early! It's a sad day when the Creator takes our elders home! You will be missed! My condolence to the family!


Paul Skanks
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013
Watkonnewnwqeraton/ I send you my Greetings, Thankfulness and Love. My condolences go out to Angus' family and loved ones. His passing is a journey we will take one day. He is leading the way for all of us.

Years ago I attended many of his SunRise ceremonies and many of his circles and learned much from his wisdom. The passing of an Elder reminds us of the knowledge and wisdon they held and shared freely and we are grateful While Angus will surely be missed he is even better able to guide from the spirit world.

O:ne ki wahi Angus. Skennenko'wa/ Great Peace is now your.

Barbara & Clyde McNichol
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013
We are sending our deep condolences to the family at this time of loss. He was a very great man who will be widely missed. We give great thanks for all his great teachings he taught every one of us. Gchi miigwech.

Naagiishgokwe -Ethel Chynoweth
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013
Shkimaa ... I celebrate your life in my thoughts and prayers, you shared so much of yourself with so many, I will miss feeding you on the pow wow trail but will offer your fry bread on the spirit plate that I leave for you....I will miss watching you riding your red baron around the pow wow circle of people who danced beside you and cared for you...R.I.P. my friend....condolences to the family, friends and community!!

Larry Frost
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013

Hampshire Basket was sent by Native Canadian Centre of Toronto.

The Native Canadian Centre of Toronto staff and board members would like to express its deepest condolences.

Sam and Patricia Hearns
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013
May the Respected and Honoured Veteran and Elder Angus Pontiac
Our First Teacher and Friend Rest in Peace.
Our Condolences to the Family.
Love and Hugs to all
Pat and Sam

Sheri Williams
   Posted Wed October 09, 2013
A wonderful man a true warrior, you are going to be missed out on the pow wow trail, your warm greetings, your gentle but firm hand shake and the gentle kiss on the cheek was a good way to start any pow wow with you. Thoughts and prayers to your family, friends and extended family. May your travel to the spirit world be full of peace and beauty, as you travel know that you have taught many and warmed the hearts of many. xoxoxo

Therese Pilon
   Posted Thu October 10, 2013
Angus was a gentle soul and will be missed. He carried himself proudly and spoke from his heart. We always looked for him on the pow wow trail and listened to the words he spoke with respect. My sincere sympathies to the family.

Sandra Wabegijig
   Posted Thu October 10, 2013
Our community has lost an elder, statesman and friend to many, condolences to the family. Rest in peace Angus, you will not be forgotten.

karen heidinger
   Posted Thu June 09, 2016
My Mother Kristiane, and I, met Angus when I was 6 years old. Pow wows and spiritual gatherings were attended together. My existence and continuation of living a traditional life is because of this very special man. Such as impact on me and my life I am living, and forever will I cherish the special moments we shared and experienced together. "You" are all around me......xox

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