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Morton NoelMORTON, Noel Melville - (December 21, 1930 - October 10, 2020)

Peacefully in his sleep early Saturday morning, Noel was welcomed by his parents Melville and Elizabeth and his sister Bernice with open arms into heaven.

Noel is survived by his wife Sandra Morton (nee Ferguson) and by his sons and their spouses David & Dwayne, Robert & Wendy, Dan & Evelyn, and Richard.

Noel will be greatly missed by his grandsons Scott & Derek Morton, David Bilenduke and his wife Gabrielle, Tyson Zoschke, Bridgit Johnston & Christa Zoschke. 

His great grandchildren, Chase, Alivia and Elodie Morton and Bennett & Aubrey Bilenduke, are very sorry to lose Grandpa Morton.

Noel was a pipefitter/coverer at General Motors for 42 years.

Visitation will be held at ARMSTRONG FUNERAL HOME , 124 King Street East, Oshawa on Wednesday October 14th from 6pm to 8pm. 

A Funeral Service will take place on Thursday October 15th at 11am in the funeral home chapel. The service will be Officiated by Rev. Bill Grace of St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church.

Interment to follow in the Morton Family Plot at Emily Cemetery in Omemee, ON.

*Masks are mandatory and registration is requested to attend the visitation, funeral and interment services in order to manage gatherings and Covid-19 restrictions. Please register through the RSVP service at ARMSTRONG FUNERAL HOME or call 905-433-4711.

In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Noel to St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church would be appreciated This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

For further information and condolences please visit armstrongfh.ca.