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296 Isabella Street
Pembroke, ON K8A 5S9
Phone: 613-735-5711
Fax: 613-735-6228
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Harry John
Hawkins

December 8, 1955 – August 10, 2018

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Condolence From: Rheaume and Shelley Chaput
Condolence: We were deeply saddened by the news of Harry's passing. Our heart felt condolences to you and your family.
Monday August 27, 2018
Condolence From: Eric, Marg and Holly Steeves
Condolence: Our condolences to the family in the passing of Harry.
Sunday August 19, 2018
Condolence From: Susie Campbell
Condolence: Meeting Harry was a wonderful opportunity! He brought smiles to the faces of everyone, every day in rehab. I will always remember his kind smile and the wink in
his eye. I wish you peace and happiness as you enjoy reminiscing about Harry.
Saturday August 18, 2018
Condolence From: Debbie Zyla
Condolence: I was shocked to hear of Harry's passing - just got the news Aug. 17th. We went to Fellowes High School and I met his wife Francine at a reunion a few years ago. He did good! Very nice person. They were a great couple.

Please accept my deepest heartfelt sympathies for Francine, children, family members and grandchildren.

Harry's sense of humor will leave long lasting smiles and precious memories. He will not be forgotten. RIP HARRY!
Saturday August 18, 2018
Condolence From: Daphne and Gary Keuhl
Condolence: To Francesca and all the Hawkins family
There are no words to express how shocked and
sorry we were to hear of Harry’s passing. We have
fond memories from many years ago when we got two
extra special border collies from Harry when we had our dairy farm on Witt Road. Harry offered and kindly took time out of his busy schedule to teach Gary how to use the bale wrapper. It was appreciated. So it is with very heavy hearts that we give our deepest condolences and remember that we will keep you all in our thoughts and prayers,
Daphne and Gary

Friday August 17, 2018
Condolence From: Mariette and Lee Norris
Condolence: Dear Francesca and family. We are deeply shocked and saddened by the news, and would like to extend heartfelt condolences on the loss of your Harry. In the "short" 4 months in Rehab that we were lucky enough to get to know Harry, all of us bonded with unlucky circumstances, and Harry was a shining light in our "family". He was a friend, a brother, a father, and always a gentleman. He always had positive words of encouragement, with such quick witty humour, and that wonderful smile and glint in his eye. He knew how to keep our spirits up, and made us laugh. Alot. In physio I saw him work so, so hard to get his feet underneath him. and his legs to walk. He, and we, wanted it so badly. And he did it! Far too briefly. He deserved more. Francesca, you worked tirelessly to be there for him, and find ways to get him home. I can't imagine your pain. We wish the best for you and your family at this extremely difficult time. May God bless you all with strength. The world was a better place with Harry in it. Heaven has gained a very bright light. Farewell and rest in peace Harry. We miss you, and will be coming to see your gladiolas bloom. Hugs, Mariette and Lee
Friday August 17, 2018
Condolence From: Allan @ Claire McGuire
Condolence: Our deepest condolence to Harry's family. So very sorry Harry has passed on to his new home. May GOD surround all of you at this time. May HIS angels carry all of you over the rough road ahead..........
Allan and Claire.
Thursday August 16, 2018
Condolence From: Steve MacDonald
Condolence: David, Nancy and family
Very sorry to hear of your brother Harry’s passing. My thoughts and condolences are with you at this difficult time.
Wednesday August 15, 2018
Condolence From: Debora Bailey
Condolence: I am truly sorry for your loss, please accept my sincere condolences. I hope the Hawkins family find comfort and strength in Jesus promise along with our heavenly father Jehovah of the earthly resurrection, where death will be eliminated forever. Truly, what a glorious and almost unbelievable day that will be! It's a reality though for God cannot lie!
Wednesday August 15, 2018
Condolence From: Greg Kelly
Condolence: I have such fond and fun memories of my cousin, Harry. It's such devastating news, and such an unwanted reminder of how fragile life is. But his good-humoured (and relentless) teasing comes immediately to mind even now. Hitching the toboggan to the snowmobile and having us stand up on it while he fishtailed and we went spinning off in all directions like drops from a twirling sprinkler. Or setting up a chunk of crusty ice about 10 feet away from us while we were in the bush when I was a teenager, and giving me a rifle to take a shot. Which I did. And missed. Three times, at least. I think it was a shotgun, so it was quite the accomplishment. Or steadying my hand on a BB gun, when I was much younger and a bunch of older cousins and uncles were taking shots at a can, but I couldn't hit the can. Harry reached over me -- I was on one knee trying to aim -- and he gently moved the barrel while standing behind me, I shot and it was nearly a bull's eye. Or at a Christmas get together when another cousin (who'll remain nameless, Dugan) was coerced into playing the fiddle in front of all the older aunts and uncles. Poor Dugan's face was red with buried fury, as he sawed away on the strings, which produced a sound like twisting the head off a cat. I had to flee quietly to the kitchen, which had a swinging door on it. And I did my best to stifle my laughter. I was doing fine, until Harry came through the door on the backswing, also trying to contain his laughter, which neither of us could do at that moment. I remember once glancing at Harry's high school year book and he let me read the inscriptions. Uncanny how the comments of teenagers from back then are so similar to the comments of his contemporaries right now: the humour, the generosity, the kindness, the playful, solid, dependable spirit. Such a loss. But such a life. He's set the bar high for the rest of us.
Tuesday August 14, 2018

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