Douglas Schofield

Douglas Schofield

Sunday, February 3rd, 1929 - Sunday, December 29th, 2019
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A true gentleman. Passed away with family by his side at The Carpenter Hospice in Burlington on Sunday, December 29, 2019 at the age of 90. Family was the pride and joy of Doug's life. Loving husband of Brenda (nee Armitage) for 58 years. Proud father of Lisa Taylor-Robins (Lewis) and Lori Leggatt (Andrew). Dedicated grandfather of Carson, Serena, Mia, Aidan and Ella. Will be fondly missed by Riley, Wyatt, Quinn and Layne. The legacy of Doug's kind spirit, passion for meaningful activities and strong values will live on through them.

The son of Frank and Lillian Schofield, born and raised in Toronto, lived a fulfilling and productive life. He proudly served Shell Oil for many years and was a long time member of the Burlington Golf and Country Club where he loved to curl. Latterly, Doug enjoyed marshalling at Cross Winds, Probus, the Senior's Centre and the community and fellowship at Maranatha Gardens. He also cherished time with his nephews and their families, a great read, a wide range of music and lively conversation with friends.

Brenda, Lisa and Lori are grateful for the never-ending comfort and generosity of dear friends and caregivers. Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. For those who wish, in lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Doug to The Carpenter Hospice or Alzheimer Society of Canada would be sincerely appreciated.
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Posted at 10:01am
Lisa, as someone who has lost a parent, I truly understand the pain you must be feeling. Wanted to let you know that I'm thinking of you and your family and sending prayers for strength and peace your way.
Claudia La Neve

Kathleen Dubeau

Posted at 12:01pm
I will always remember the great parties we had on Bromley Road. We also went to family camp at camp Tawingo and we certainly have fond memories of that time Rest in peace my friend
Kathy Sheppard

Frank & Leslie Gisburn

Posted at 11:29am
We will remember Doug for the golf games we enjoyed over the years with him and Brenda. Dining out with a pint at a local pub was lots of fun. Doug enjoyed seeing all his grandchildren and friends children play street hockey on Boxing Day at his house.
Time will not tarnish our fond memories of Doug, a truly gentle soul. Leslie and Frank Gisburn.

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