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Stanley Fay

Stanley Fay

Wednesday, June 5th, 1929 - Wednesday, April 10th, 2019
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Obituary

Passed away while surrounded by his family on Wednesday, April 10, 2019 in his 90th year. Predeceased by his loving wife Glenna. Loyal and devoted father to David, Stephen and Carolin. Loving grandfather to Jennifer, Jim, Greg, Stephanie, Sophie, Keeley and Ryan. Great grandfather to Ava, Jules, Cassidy and Everly. Stan’s greatest love was for his family and he is now reunited with the love of his life Glenna. The family would like to express their appreciation to the wonderful staff at Birkdale Place for the exceptional care he received.

Family and friends are invited to visit at the McKERSIE-KOCHER FUNERAL HOME 114 Main St. E. Milton 905-878-4452 on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 from 2-4 pm. The funeral service will be held in the funeral home chapel on Wednesday at 1 pm. As expressions of sympathy, memorial donations in memory of Stanley to the Hospital for Sick Children Foundation would be appreciated by the family.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 | 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    When
    Tuesday, April 16th, 2019 2:00pm - 4:00pm
    Location
    McKersie-Kocher Funeral Home
    Address
    114 Main Street E.
    MILTON, ON L9T 1N5
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  • Service

    Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 | 1:00pm
    When
    Wednesday, April 17th, 2019 1:00pm
    Location
    McKersie-Kocher Funeral Home
    Address
    114 Main Street E.
    MILTON, ON L9T 1N5
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  • Interment

    Location
    Evergreen Cemetery
    Address
    230 Ontario Street S.
    MILTON, ON
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  • Reception

    Location
    McKersie-Kocher Funeral Home
    Address
    114 Main Street E.
    MILTON, ON L9T 1N5
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Donations

Donations are being accepted for: THE HOSPITAL FOR SICK CHILDREN FOUNDATION.

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Alan Waters

Posted at 01:35pm
For the Family; I knew Stan very well, having been in his class in Milton high school back in the 1940s. Back then the total enrollment was very small compared to today's enrollments, and one got to know everyone quite easily. A large number of students in each "form" were from the country as I was, having travelled each day from the Appleby line at Zimmerman, thence to Ash on Tremaine Rd. (about 2 miles on foot !), where I caught the CNR train to the Milton station(by P.L.Robertsons) ,and returned at 07.00.p.m. in the evening (it was a mighty long day!!. I at times used to assist my cousin to sort his Toronto Star newspapers at the C.P.R. station, where all the newspapers for all paper boys were left to fold and then deliver on their various routes. As I recall , Stan had two large routes, and was still delivering when everyone else was finished and gone home. I would quite often see him there still delivering as I caught my train back to the Ash station (at 07.00 P.M. ). He left school somewhat sooner than I did, and started working at P.L.Robertsons in the office, when I lost touch with him completely. I never knew if the large paper routes were his choice or that of his father's, as he sure had very little after school social life. I did know that he progressed at Robertsons, and went on to be company sales manager, where I believe he was stationed in Quebec. I would add that the students from Milton had a low regard for those of us who came from the country, and looked upon us as second rate. I also recall Stan had a very substantial bicycle for his paper route, which had a fixed, very large, purpose built carrier to carry all his folded papers. The folding of the papers was a bit of an art, as they had to be folded very tightly in order that they wouldn't unfold when thrown on the doorsteps or sidewalks of the homes. Perhaps that is how he had a good pitching arm when he played Junior baseball.! ! My father gave me an allowance of $0.25 each week to spend as I wished, which was mostly at Barnard's ice cream parlor, when a sundae was the large sum of $0.10. I spent recklessly !!. The Milton of today is so far removed from those days that Stan and I attended good old M.H.S, but I feel were far more rewarding than todays fast paced everything. I am the same age as Stan was, and (if I make it !), will be ninety in September. The changes to Milton leave me cold, and the friendliness has gone the way of everything else. All my friends ,neighbours and acquaintances are almost all gone, and sadly Stan was one of the last. The last I spoke with him was the occasion of the old high school's first anniversary, when so many of my era were still alive. In closing, I would like to express my most sincere condolences to the family for an old school chum from years ago still remembered with pleasure. Most sincerely, Alan Waters (class of 48) nick- named "Curly"( aldol@cogeco.ca)
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Steph Fay

Posted at 06:30pm
I have and always will admire Grandpa for how loving and caring he has been. He has many grand & great grand children, but he has always made each and every one of us feel important and special to him. It hurts to see him go, but it's a warm and comforting feeling to know that he is with the love of his life again, and I'm sure he is still feeding her ice cream cones in heaven. The love between them has and will continue to be strong, and I hope to have a love as great as Grandma and Grandpa have had all these years. I feel good knowing that one day we will all be together as a family again. Grandpa, thank you for being you. Thank you for being proud of me every step of the way, and always finding an interest in what I aspire to be. That picture of you in the Blue Jays jersey that I had given you, with the blue Canada hat means so much to me. I will wear them proud now that they are mine again, and I know you're looking down on me. Give Grandma love from all of us, and we will all meet again in paradise, but for now, you're in our hearts. See you again one day Grandpa, I love you.
JF

Jim Fay

Posted at 03:45pm
Grandpa Fay was an extraordinary man that meant the world to us. We loved hearing the stories of him playing baseball and hockey and most of all, how he and grandma had been together for so long and how they met. I know he loved her more than anything. They had a love that was rarely seen these days and it is something I truly admired. It didn’t matter if I heard the story of them meeting a hundred times it was still a great story that I loved to hear. Every single memory of grandpa was a great one and I was very fortunate to have known him so long. He will be greatly missed by myself, Erin, Ava and Jules but our heart is warm knowing grandma and grandpa are back together once again as they had been for so many years before. Rest In Peace Grandpa. XO.
GE

Greg, Carla and Everly

Posted at 09:39am
I was lucky enough to be one of your grandchildren. When I look back on growing up you had so much love for your family, always interested in what we were doing and being proud of us all. I will continue to make you proud knowing you are watching over me, back with the love of your life. I hope one day someone looks up to me the way I did you. I will miss you and I will think of you often. Love you Grandpa.
JF

jennifer fay

Posted at 07:13am
Grandpa Fay will be missed, but his memories never forgotten. I will always remember the Saturday dinners, the drives after dinner, and how he always supported me no matter what. I will especially miss his smile and his sense of humour and his devotion to Grandpa through all of the years. He lived a long good life and now has been reunited with the love of his life. Rest In Peace Grandpa. Love Jenn and Cassidy.
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