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Sheridan Smith

Sheridan Jerome Smith

Saturday, July 15th, 1933 - Thursday, September 24th, 2020
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Obituary

SMITH, Sheridan Jerome

Peacefully passed away with family by his side at Alexander Place in his 88th year. Beloved husband and best friend of Norma for over 62 years. Loving father of Paul (Karen), Brian (Valerie) and Lee (Nada). Proud and loving Papa of Dylan, Emma, Natalie, Paige, Nicole and Hailey. Dear brother of Patrick Smith (Katie). Predeceased by his parents Hart and Helena Smith and his siblings Louise Aldous, Audrey Lenjosek and Hart Jr. Smith. Sheridan loved the outdoors and spending time with his family and friends at the cottage.

A Funeral Mass will be held at Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church (287 Plains Road East, Burlington) on Thursday, October 1, 2020 at 12:00pm. Private Interment. In accordance with provincial regulations, there is a limit to the number of visitors who may attend. Please RSVP in advance at www.smithsfh.com. If you are having difficulty with the online RSVP, please call the Funeral Home between 9a.m. – 5 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, for those who wish, donations to the Alzheimer's Society or a charity of your choice would be sincerely appreciate.

Many thanks to Alexander Place, Acclaim Health, Calacare, VON and St. Elizabeth’s.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Thursday, October 1st, 2020 | 12:00pm
    When
    Thursday, October 1st, 2020 12:00pm
    Location
    Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church
    Address
    287 Plains Road East
    BURLINGTON, ON L7T 2C7
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Donations are being accepted for: ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF ONTARIO.

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M

Miya

Posted at 06:44pm
Hi Norma. Its Miya, Sheridan's PSW.I am so sorry to hear about Sheridan passing. It has always been a pleasure working with him. He was kind, gentle and funny. He will be missed dearly. My prayers goes out to you and the family. May his soul Rest in Peace.
N

neilsugarshkyahoo.ca

Posted at 12:17am
Dear Norma, Paul, Brian and Lee & Families ------ I have fond memories of good times spent with Sheridan/ Norma /Patrick/ Katie at W.L.U. Alumni Christmas Parties and of fun times at Lake Weslemkoon. Our thoughts go out to you during this time Love and Hugs. Neil and Jay
EL

Esme Luna

Posted at 08:26pm
Dear Norma, Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of your beloved
husband, how wonderful that you shared 62 years together. Know that I am thinking of you at this sad time...I know what losing your best friend feels like.
Blessings to you and your family.
Esme Luna.
GT

Gloria and John Tkach

Posted at 03:56pm
Dear Norma, Paul, Brian, Lee and families. So very saddened by the passing of Sheridan, Husband, Father, Uncle and Papa. John and I have many great memories of gatherings either with Sheridan and Norma or Pat and Katie either at their homes or cottages. May you all be blessed with the strength to get you through this sad part in the journey of life. Thoughts, love, hugs, and prayers are with each one of you. Rest in Peace dear friend.
KB

Kim (Reid) Blain

Posted at 03:19pm
Dear Aunt Norma & Family,
Our deepest condolences on Uncle Sherd’s passing – my favourite and Number One Uncle.
So many fond memories over so many years … Family get-togethers when we were young with cousins Paul, Brian and Lee (being just the two of us girls, for Kelly and I it was like visiting our pseudo brothers). Getting to know Uncle Sherd’s extended Smith family, and fun times spent when we were kids with ‘Uncle’ Pat, ‘Aunt’ Katie and their family – as well as a faint recollection of meeting his own Dad, Hart. Sunday dinners at your home or ours in Burlington. Uncle Sherd’s generosity in helping me buy my first car. His dry sense of humour, and Christmases when he’d ask what ‘prizes’ we got. Countless birthdays, weddings, anniversaries.
Being horse-crazy in my younger days, nothing was more appreciated than when Uncle Sherd would pick me up and drive Brian and I to the barn to spend an afternoon with Nellie and later on Flash, along with the other beautiful equine residents.
Visits to Weslemkoon were made memorable when Uncle Sherd would tour us around in his boat, pointing out significant sights along the way – including when we climbed a high rock embankment that offered a stunning view when we reached the top. A summer evening spent on another part of the Smith cottage property under the stars, where Uncle Sherd let out his famous wolf howl that was answered by distant cries – making us wonder how close that wolf pack might have actually been!
About a year ago I visited Uncle Sherd in hospital when he was having difficulties. I wasn’t sure what to expect when I walked in his room, but I was so touched when he looked up in recognition and exclaimed “Kim!”.
I know the Smith family has endless precious memories that will live on to be retold and always bring comfort. I hope you stay strong with the recollections of those wonderful times you all shared.
Love Kim & Trevor
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