Lindsay Norman Copeland

Lindsay Norman Copeland

Peacefully, with his family at his side, at Headwaters Health Care Centre, Orangeville, on Wednesday, December 26, 2012, Lindsay Copeland, in his 72nd year, beloved husband of 52 years of Mary Ellen. Loving father of Debbie and her husband Baxter Peyton, Lee and his wife Sheila, Martin and his wife Jackie. Cherished grandfather of Matthew, Katie, Jody, Norm, Ken, Dana, Kearston, Gareth, Sarah-Lynn. Fondly remembered by 9 great-grandchildren. Survived by his sister Loreen and predeceased by brothers Len and Irvin. The family would like to thank the nurses and staff in the Intensive Care Unit, Headwaters Health Care Centre for their care and compassion.
At Lindsay’s request funeral arrangements are private and entrusted to Egan Funeral Home Baxter & Giles Chapel, Orangeville (519-941-2630). If desired, memorial donations may be made to Cystic Fibrosis Canada, 601-2221 Yonge Street, Toronto M4S 2B4 (www.cysticfibrosis.ca). Condolences for the family may be offered at www.EganFuneralHome.com

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  1. ruth byers wrote:

    great memories of a kind mam

  2. Karen McClella wrote:

    Mary Ellen & Family
    Don & I offer our condolences as we are saddened to read of Lindsay’s passing.
    May he now be standing at his workbench turning out many more wonderful projects. We will treasure those he gave to my folks.
    Blessing to you & your family.

    Don & Karen (Reid)

  3. Clive, Josee and Alex Stellings wrote:

    Dearest Mary Ellen and Family:
    It is with great sadness that we learned about Lindsay’s passing.
    He was a great man and we loved him fondly.
    Lindsay will always be in our hearts.
    You are all in our prayers.

  4. Kristen Newman and Bill Stellings wrote:

    Mary Ellen, Debbie, Lee, Martin and Family

    We offer you our condolences and may God comfort you at this time of grief. I remember Lindsay always making everyone laugh at family BBQ’s and when he wasn’t doing this, he had a permanent smile that was contagious to all.

  5. Janice Wilson Cofell wrote:

    I remember Lindsay coming out to our farm, as a young man.
    I was 6 years old and asked him to ‘wait for me’ as I was going to marry him when I grew up. I always thought fondly of him, as our whole family did. We will remember him.

  6. Christine and Michael Davis wrote:

    We had the pleasure of taking care of Lindsay whenever he came into our store. He always had a smile on his face, and was always so happy. We were sorry to hear of his passing and wish his family peace at this sad time. Love Christine and Michael Davis Macs Dawson Road

  7. Bob,Sue & Jeremy Little wrote:

    Mary Ellen & family
    There is a great sadness in our hearts when we heard of Lindsay’s passing.He always came into to the shop with a joke and a great big smile on his face,always loved his stories. Every time I use his step stool I will think of great man w/a great talent .

    R.I.P My Friend

    Bob,Sue & Jeremy

  8. Jean Atamaniuk wrote:

    Mary Ellen,

    May Lindsay rest in peace. He was a kind man and a good friend. I enjoyed his friendship. I remember the many visits he made just to stop by and share a coffee. I will be thinking of you, Mary Ellen, as you begin a new chapter in your life. May your family hold you close, as I know they will.

  9. Nancy & Paul Rusak wrote:

    We were so saddened to hear of Lindsay’s passing. He was such a kind man and was always so concerned about other people, never complaining about anything. We always enjoyed his company when he did woodworking for us for our store and we miss his bright smile and his beautiful creations. Our condolences to your family.

  10. Margaret Thompson wrote:

    Alex and I are sending our condolences to you Mary Ellen and your family. It has been many years since we’ve seen you and Lindsay but we have fond memories of the days we lived in Brampton and were young together with small kids. As life goes friends tend to drift apart and we lose touch. However as I went to school with Lindsay and we were friends for many years I wanted to let you know that we mourn for his passing and that we have great memories of those long ago days. God Bless you and your family and may he soften the burden of your sorrow. Margaret and Alex Thompson

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