Jordan AnthonyJORDAN, Anthony Frank (Tony)  -  Our beloved husband father friend went home peacefully surrounded by family on Dec 2/17, at Fairview Mennonite home.

Beloved husband of Mary (Charlton) Jordan for over 66 years. Dear father of Anna Thompson, Marie Adam (Gary), Anthony (Maureen), Robert and Gloria (Ed). Precious grandfather to Jamie, Jeff, Joseph, Rose Marie, Mari-ann, Patrick, Kyle, Ryan, Lucas, Elizabeth, Paul and Catherine and to 10 special great grandchildren.

Tony was born in Poland in 1925 and after his service in WWII became passionate about world peace and spread this message of peace and hope to all he met.

He came to Canada in 1962 with 3 children and settled in Cambridge (Preston). His working career as a welder/fitter concluded at McDonald steel in 1990. He spent many volunteer hours with his wife in the church community and was an active world traveller with the love of his life, Mary. Tony shared his wisdom with his children grandchildren, great grandchildren and friends. His joyous spirit was grounded in his deep faith and love for the Lord.

We will always remember him for his love of family, sense of adventure, mischievous spirit, love of music & dance and dedication to peace.  

The family would like to thank friends and staff at Fairview Mennonite home and the palliative care team of the WWLHIN that contributed to his peaceful passing.  

Funeral arrangements out of Cambridge.

In lieu of flowers, donations accepted to St Clement’s Parish, a Mass card or charity of choice.

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Jordan AnthonyJORDAN, Anthony Frank (Tony)  -  Our beloved husband father friend went home peacefully surrounded by family on Dec 2/17, at Fairview Mennonite home.

Beloved husband of Mary (Charlton) Jordan for over 66 years. Dear father of Anna Thompson, Marie Adam (Gary), Anthony (Maureen), Robert and Gloria (Ed). Precious grandfather to Jamie, Jeff, Joseph, Rose Marie, Mari-ann, Patrick, Kyle, Ryan, Lucas, Elizabeth, Paul and Catherine and to 10 special great grandchildren.

Tony was born in Poland in 1925 and after his service in WWII became passionate about world peace and spread this message of peace and hope to all he met.

He came to Canada in 1962 with 3 children and settled in Cambridge (Preston). His working career as a welder/fitter concluded at McDonald steel in 1990. He spent many volunteer hours with his wife in the church community and was an active world traveller with the love of his life, Mary. Tony shared his wisdom with his children grandchildren, great grandchildren and friends. His joyous spirit was grounded in his deep faith and love for the Lord.

We will always remember him for his love of family, sense of adventure, mischievous spirit, love of music & dance and dedication to peace.  

The family would like to thank friends and staff at Fairview Mennonite home and the palliative care team of the WWLHIN that contributed to his peaceful passing.  

Funeral arrangements out of Cambridge.

In lieu of flowers, donations accepted to St Clement’s Parish, a Mass card or charity of choice.

WaterlooObituaries.com

 

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