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Henry Meyer

Henry Gerald Meyer

Friday, April 13th, 1934 - Wednesday, August 5th, 2020
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MEYER, Henry Gerald (Hank)

Passed away peacefully surrounded by his family at Joseph Brant Hospital on Wednesday August 5, 2020 at the age of 86. Beloved husband of Ann Meyer for 53 years. Loving father of Michele Meyer (Kevin Cash), Dave Meyer (Candace), Natalie Torrison (Dave Harrison) and Catherine Meyer (Ed Frezza). Proud grandfather of Abigail, Sam, Christine, Alyssa, Adam, Daniel, Sandi, Zach, Shaelin, Shonn and Kyle. Dear brother of John Meyer (Lauraine). Hank will also be missed by his mother-in-law Josie Majerczak. Predeceased by his former wife Charlotte Meyer (Fritz), by his parents Gerritje and Cornelis Meyer and by his siblings Casey, Joe, Tom, Willie and Gerda.

Hank will be remembered for his love for his grandchildren and travelling in his RV with Ann. His great sense of humour and his generosity will never be forgotten. He had a great passion for helping people through his work with the ambulance. Hank continued his relationships with his co-workers with weekly “meetings” at a local pub. Hank will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

As per Hank’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A gathering to celebrate Hank will be held at a later date. For those who wish, donations in his memory can be made to the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
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Phyllis & Ed Mair

Posted at 12:33am
Ann and family, sincere condolences on your loss. RIP Hank. Phyllis & Ed Mair (CUMIS retirees) enjoyed the company of you and Hank at our retirees meetings.
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Cliff Armes

Posted at 07:21pm
Ann, may you and your family be comforted by the outpouring of love surrounding you , Barb and I still recall the cheerful conversations we had with both of you at Mike & Chelsea’s reception , Hank will always be remembered as a true friend of brother Gord
Cliff & Barb Armes

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SA

Posted at 06:04pm
Hank and Ann were great friends for many years. Gord met Hank when they first met at Halton ambulance and became fast friends. It was Hank who pulled Gord into the Union - I think I probably cursed him a few times over the years for that. Hank and Ann attended our wedding and we all became friends. When Gord became ill, Hank remained a steady friend and support to all of us. Mike and Nicole adored “their Uncle Hank” He had an amazing smile that made you feel instantly better. It was an honour and huge pleasure to have Hank and Ann attend the reception for Mike and Chelsea last Nov. We will always love him in our memories and treasure our friendship.
JB

Joy Bowes

Posted at 04:00pm
The photos posted by the family clearly show the love they all shared for one an another. So many special events they had together.
The twinkle in Hank's eye reminds us what a character he could be! Hank touched a lot of people in his 86 years and all of us have some very special memories that make him unforgettable. We will miss Hank but he will forever be in our hearts. We send our condolences to all the family during this very sad time. Rest in peace dear Hank. With love and of course hugs, Joy & Steve
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Allan Duffin

Posted at 03:02pm
I worked with Hank in the early 70's at Greens and Burlington District Ambulance Service. He and I had our names drawn to take a Unit on site for the 1972 Grey Cup in Hamilton. At the time, Hank being originally from the Netherlands wasn't much of a Football Fan and let me walk the sidelines with a rare portable radio while he stayed with the Unit monitoring the numerous tipsy fans. The Tiger Cats kicked a Field Goal on the last play of the game and the place went absolutely crazy. We had to transport a Doctor, Nurse and Drugs from the stadium to the Royal Connaught Hotel. This would normally be about a 10 minute drive but on that day with the pandemonium it took us almost 2 hours! At one point there was a drunk fan on the roof of the ambulance! As Ann might recall, Hank had a mint 1965 Pontiac Parisien Custom Sport in the mid 70's. I talked him into having it painted the plum colour of the popular AMC Javelin at the time. I was so impressed with the result, I bought the Car from him!! My sincere condolences to Ann and the Family. Hank was Good People personified. I have shared his passing also with the Ontario Ambulance Historical Group on Facebook.
 
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Michele Meyer Posted at 08:00pm

That is a great story. Thank you for sharing....I remember when he came home with the plum car...I am not sure my mom was impressed but we grew to love it. My cousin threw up in that car. Thank you for the memories...my dad is laughing where ever he is....thank you for the great memories
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