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Wilfred Dominic Fisher Odjig
June 29, 1950 ~ June 28, 2023 (age 72) 72 Years Old
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In Loving Memory of Wilfred Dominic Fisher Odjig “Fuddy”
Sunrise June 29, 1950 -
Sunset June 28, 2023
Beloved Son of the late Dominic & Lucy (nee Assiniwai) Odjig
Dear husband of the late Kathleen (nee Endnanawas) Fisher.
Loving father of Jonathan Fisher, Gregory Dominic Odjig,
Andrew Cooper and Katherine Cooper, all from Wiky.
Godfather of James Lickers.
Loving grandpa of Trevor Recollet of Wiky,
Celine “Sealion” Odjig of Toronto, Kiera Cooper of Wiky
, and Ashlyn Wemigwans of Sudbury.
Also left to mourn his passing are his brothers Frank of Wiky,
Ronnie (Mary Lynn), Gordie (Leanne), and Clayton of Wiky
and his sisters Marcella Clarkson (Chuck ba) of Millgrove,
Patricia of Toronto.
Predeceased by siblings Don (Mary Agnes ba),
Daphne Odjig-Beavon (Chester ba) of BC, Stanley,
Winnie Christian (George), Lena Nelson (Charles), Rita,
RoseMarie (Jeff), and Lorraine (Larry Glover).
Brother-in-law to Winnifred Panamick of M’Chigeeng,
Robert Endanawas of Wiky, Margaret Jackson of Dooganing.
Predeceased by inlaws Wayne, Laurenda,
Cynthia, Margaret, Darlene, Daniel, and Ricky.
He will be missed by his many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends especially the Osawabine-Debassige family, Glen & Reg Lewis,
Ronnie & Gail Animkwaam, Adolphus Recollet & Velma Armstrong, and Paddock Pete.
Fuddy graduated from Ryerson University in Toronto in Electrical Engineering. He also holds many diplomas and certificates in similar fields. He did the wire installation for the CN Tower in Toronto. He worked for the CN Railway. He also worked for Debajehmujig Theatre Group as Technical Director for the main stage and touring shows including a venue at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. He worked for the Centre for Indigenous Theatre in Toronto. His last employment before his retirement was for the Wiky Band as Maintenance Supervisor. He also assisted his dad and uncle Jonas Odjig with the masonry stonework around the community. He will always be remembered as Wiky’s oldest teenager for all the fun things he did to bring smiles and laughter into our lives with his crazy jokes and stories.
Family and friends will gather at
St. Ignatius Church, Buzwah
on Thursday, June 29, 2023, from 7:04 pm
on Saturday, July 1, 2023, at 11:00 am
Burial to follow at Upper Wikwemikong Cemetery.