Let the memory of Gerry be with us forever
  • 76 years old
  • Born on April 30, 1937 in Montreal, Ontario, Canada.
  • Passed away on January 14, 2014 in Oakville, Ontario, Canada.

 This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Gerry Nangreaves, 76, born on April 30, 1937 and passed away on January 14, 2014.  

  We will remember him forever.


    Nangreaves, Gerry, 76, of Oakville and Miller Lake, On. passed away peacefully in his sleep after a brief fight with lung cancer at Oakville Trafalgar Hospital Tuesday January 14, 2014.     Husband of Terry, father of Pj and her husband Joe of Oakville, Michael and his partner Andrea of Brooklin, brother of Ronald and his wife Ginette of Montreal, Que, sister Elizabeth of Otterburn Heights, Que, brother-in-law Ed and Michelle Dube of Repentigny, Que. 
  Also survived by 5 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren.     In keeping with Gerry's wishes, there will be no visitation or funeral service.

  If desired, memorial contribution to the Lion's Head Hospital or Oakville Trafalgar Hospital would be appreciated by the family.  
Posted by Kim Nangreaves on 13th March 2014
Therese, PJ, Micheal and family, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of Gerry. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Kim Nangreaves & Family
Posted by Ian Quist on 25th February 2014
I am so sorry to hear of your loss Terry. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. Dr. Ian Quist
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 26th January 2014
Chère Thérèse, Toutes nos sympathies à toi et tes proches. De tes cousins montréalais Janine, Jacques et Yolande Thibault
Posted by Gerry Kirch on 25th January 2014
Dear Terry& Family I was so sorry to hear about Gerry and your great loss, my deepest sympathy goes out to you, Gerry will be missed, it was always nice to see you both when you got out to play darts with us. Thinking of you xoxo
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 22nd January 2014
Gerry was a good leaving person full of joy, too bad he left so soon. I will remember him always. Lise Demers 'Ginette sister. My sincere sympaties to all the family especially Therese
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 21st January 2014
Dear Therese ,PJ , Michael and Family, We are so sorry for the lost of Gerry , Our Sinceres Sympathies to all of you ... We will missed you a lot " Brother Gerry " but will always remember all the Good things we did together ... and certainly we will missed you a lot ... Our Thoughts are with all of you ... Rest in Peace Dear Brother . Love , Ronny & Ginette xoxoxo
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 20th January 2014
Mes sincères condoléances à toute la famille. Je partage votre peine à tous. Francine Emard
Posted by Patricia Haswell-Chirico on 19th January 2014
"They say that from the instant he lays eyes on her, a father adores his daughter. Whoever she grows up to be, she is always to him that little girl in pigtails. She makes him feel like Christmas. In exchange, he makes a secret promise not to see the awkwardness of her teenage years, the mistakes she makes, or the secrets she keeps." - Anonymous
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 19th January 2014
Gerry Nangreaves
Posted by Scott Campbell on 19th January 2014
Aunt Therese and the entire Nangreaves Family. We were sorry to hear of the lose of Uncle Gerald. Please accept our thoughts and prayers as I know this is not an easy time for anyone. Love, Scott, Roxanne, Aiden and Ryane
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 18th January 2014
Terry…I was so sad to hear of your loss of Gerry…you both have been through quite a few of trials and tribulations especially of late…Gerry is gone but he will always be with you in your special place…your heart and thoughts…also you will have for always…”do you remember when”…these will bring comfort on the bad days and make you chuckle and weep a little tear too…my deepest sympathy and love to you and your wonderfully supportive family…I will always remember the great family times we had in the past…Love and many hugs…Lou (Haswell)…xoxoxo
Posted by Gayle Campbell on 18th January 2014
Aunt Therese, PJ and MIchael, I'm sorry to hear about Uncle Gerry; I know it is hard to lose a husband and a father. Mario and are are both thinking of all of you. May he be at peace! Gayle & Mario
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 18th January 2014
Hello Terry and Family so glad to have know you and Gerry, we had good times together when we travelled with the Legion to meetings and conventions. Our prayers and heartfelt sympathy goes out to you and your family. Take care and stay in touch. John A and Linda
Posted by Jennifer Haswell on 18th January 2014
Grandpa, I feel so privileged to have had you in my life. First you held me in your arms, then you held each of my precious blessings. Aidan, Corbin and Clara will forever be reminded of you through pictures and stories. With the love I felt in the room that evening, I know my children will continue to be protected by your white light and strong spirit. We already miss you xoxox
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 17th January 2014
Therese, Pj, Michael and family, Thinking of you all in these difficult times. Our deepest sympathies. Only time will make his absence a little bit more tolerable but he will always be in your heart. Therese, you will remember this, it goes back to when we lived in Belleville... To this day, I am sure that Gerry would still make fun of me for the fact that I could make more sandwiches if I minced my ham than if I sliced it!!! Rest in Peace uncle Gerry. Marjolaine et Philip xoxo
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 17th January 2014
Gods Garden God looked around his garden and saw an empty space, he looked down on the earth and saw a weary face, he knew that you were suffering, he knew you were in pain, he knew you would not get well upon the earth again , he took you in his gentle arms and carried you to rest, Gods Garden must be beautiful for he only takes the best. Karen and John
Posted by Terry Nangreaves on 17th January 2014
Very sorry Therese to hear about your loss. Wish you and family our sincere sympathies....May happy memories warm your heart!... ....Claire & Joe Butara
Posted by Patricia Haswell-Chirico on 17th January 2014
Goodbye dad, I had to say On a cold winter day I’ll remember the good times and try not to be sad But saying goodbye still hurts so bad I miss you more than I can express My love for you will never grow less I keep trying to imagine how I will go on I realize tomorrow is another dawn I know you’re in heaven above Looking down on us with all your love Only to whisper in our ear Remember that I’ll never stop loving you dear I’ll always remember the good times we had Remember the man, my wonderful dad I’ll remember you each and every day And if I need to talk to you, I’ll just sit down and pray One day we’ll be together again To talk about all the places we been Until the time, I’ll always treasure Having you for a dad was such a great pleasure XXXXOOOO

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