LYLE BRIAN ANGLE

ANGLE, LYLE BRIAN – passed away at home peacefully on Monday October 31, 2016 in his sleep in his 77th year, leaving behind his childhood sweetheart Myrna. They were married for 56 years. Lyle is survived by his children Lynn McCarthy (Ross), Arlene Clack (Rick) and Brian (Kim), also by his grandchildren Heather Autkar (Sagar), Lauren Clack, Paige Angle, Jenna Angle and Jason Clack (Jenny), and great grandchildren Karissa, Chloe and Kendra. We will miss him deeply. Family and friends will remember his gifts and talents of woodworking, dedication to the Church and canned pickles and hot peppers. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will be held at Fenwick United Church on Sunday November 6th at 2:30 P.M. Visitation one hour prior to service from 1:30 – 2:30. Donations to Fenwick United Church will be received with many hugs and smiles. Arrangements entrusted to the LAMPMAN FUNERAL HOME, 724 Canboro Road, Fenwick.

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14 thoughts on “LYLE BRIAN ANGLE

  • Remembering Uncle Lyle with fond memories – his interest in steam engines, mechanics, building with wood and helping others. Thinking of you Aunt Myrna, Lynn, Arlene, Brian and families.

  • Thinking of you all at this difficult time, will cherish Uncle Lyle’s smile & laughter.
    He was a great man who would do anything for others!
    Sending love & hugs to Aunt Myrna, Lynn, Arlene, Brian & their families!

  • Although he will be missed dearly, I take comfort in knowing that he will no longer have to suffer the pain he has the last few months. We will forever cherish every moment we shared with him. Fly high Great Grandpa. Sending much love to Great Grandma and the rest of the family. Xo

  • Your Condolence
    Myrna, Lynn, Arlene, Brian & Family’s

    Our Deepest Sympathies to all of you. Lyle was a great man, who loved to kid around we have lot’s of great memories over the years, your pain and suffering is gone RIP Lyle.

    Lynn, Richard, Jennifer, Jeff

  • I can never express how much you will be missed. I have learned so much from you. You have a generous soul and the kindest of hearts. I love you grandpa. Forever in our hearts. Xoxo. RIP

  • Our sincere sympathy to Myrna and family. It was indeed a pleasure having you both taking part in the Festival for many, many years. We missed you this year but was happy Lyle was able to come for a short time. Certainly, Lyle was a very fine gentleman and so helpful in many ways. Margaret Robertson

  • My sincere sympathy to the family, I will miss his banter and fun loving ribbing about all things – he was a spark. His love for his family will carry on in each of them. Hugs to you all, Andrea

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