Gary Peltier

Died: Fri., May 11, 2018

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James "Gary" Peltier  
June 21, 1945-May 11, 2018

Died suddenly at his residence on Friday
at the age of 72 years.

Survived by his Papa Greg,
predeceased by his Mom Rose.
Siblings; Barbara (predeceased), Sandra (predeceased),
Kenneth, Gloria (Murray), Clifford (Rose),
Urban (Ethel), Michael (Cindy), Fred, Dolores (Tom),
Kevin (predeceased), Darin (Connie).
Loved and missed by his many nieces, nephews, great and great great nieces and nephews.
Godchildren;  Jean, Guy and Kerry.
Special Aunties Annie, Margaret and Violet "Rosa".

Gary attended Scollard Hall, Humber College, Centennial College and York University.  He worked for KVP, Wiikwemkoong Band Administration Office in the Housing Dept. and York University.  In his retired life he continued to work with the Housing Dept.
Gary was a wonderful man who was highly regarded, well respected, caring, compassionate and spiritual.  He was a diligent worker who was very organized; a quiet individual, and gentle soul who had a passion for dogs, loved his family and community.  

from 1pm Wednesday at St. Ignatius Church, Buzwah
Funeral Mass
11am Thursday May 17, 2018
at Holy Cross Mission, Wiikwemkoong

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Doug McCarthy, S.J.
   Posted Wed May 16, 2018
Dear Greg & Family,
So sorry to hear of Gary's passing. I will offer a Mass for him tomorrow and keep all of you in my prayers. With fond memories of you all, Doug

Angelle Marcotte
   Posted Thu May 17, 2018
My deepest sympathy to all of Gary's family. He was a one of a kind gentlemen and will be truly missed. I personally will miss his wonderful sense of humor and witty comments. My heart was truly blessed to have known him.

Frederick Peltier
   Posted Thu May 24, 2018
Thank you for your condolences, as we knew Gary, he was a simple man that didn't ask for much, except that all around him, he made sure everyone was taken care of. He was starting to enjoy life after his retirement and he used to say, everyday is like a will be sorely missed. Gary was my mentor I wished he didn't leave but I cannot control those kind of things in life but I have the hammer as Gary would tell me too. I make my decisions for me, I have the hammer.

His younger brother

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