Glenn Moggy

Died: Mon., Aug. 25, 2014

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Joseph Glenn Moggy
May 16th, 1941-August 25th, 2014

A resident of Manitowaning.
Died peacefully at Manitoulin Health Centre Mindemoya Site, on Monday, August 25th, 2014 at the age of 73.
Born to Elsie Moggy Chatwell and Walter Moggy, at Bidwell, Assiginack Twp. on May 16th, 1941.
Beloved husband of Marilyn Moggy .
Loved father of Blake, Lori, Joanne
Proud grandfather of Sara-Lynn, Micheal and Jacob.
Brother of Norma Hembruff (Don predeceased),
Hugh & Marilyn Moggy,
Rae & John Skippen,
William "Bill" Moggy (Jill predeceased).
Brother in law of Lina Condie,
Bruce Pattison (predeceased) Yvonne,
James Pattison (predeceased) Evelyn,
Mary MacDonald (Walter), both predeceased.
Will always be remembered by many nieces, nephews and friends.
Celebration Of Life and burial took place on Thursday,
August 28th,2014 at Hilly Grove Cemetery.

Glenn grew up in Assiginack and left the family farm at the age of 17 to work in Sudbury at Inco as a miner.  It was not long before he met his wife Marilyn of 50 plus years.

They moved to Southern Ontario and he began working for family at a farm dealership, which got him into the trucking business, a career that lasted a lifetime.  

In the 80’s they relocated the family back to Naughton, Ontario.  It was during this time they began to spend more and more time on the island and moved permanently to Manitowaning building a home on the property of the original Moggy homestead.

Glenn was known for his willingness to help those he cared about including his charitable work as the past president and member of the Elks Lodge of Canada. For over 42 years he devoted his time, helping thousands of hearing impaired children and adults.  

When people describe Glenn the first thing that comes to mind is his incredible work ethic, working right till he couldn’t.  His latest project was his beloved bulldog Rodney who provided such joy and comfort.
Glenn had a great sense of humour, a man of few words but when he spoke you listened.  If he liked you, he really liked you.
He will be deeply missed by his family and friends
Donations to Mindemoya Hospital Aux. for the Chemo Project would be appreciated.

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Diana and Williard Pyette
   Posted Mon September 01, 2014
Our sincere condolences to all Glenn's family. He was a great guy and a regular coffee drinker at The schooner (when home). He will be dearly missed.

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