D’AMICO, ALBERT – passed away peacefully on Sunday February 12, 2017 at his late residence in Fenwick in his 93rd year. Albert leaves behind his wife Arlene of 66 years. He will be sadly missed by his daughters Sindy Hodgins and Shari Thomson (Randy). Loving grandfather to Lauren, Devin and Braiden. Albert was a dear brother in law to Larry and Isabelle Coon. He will be sadly missed by many nieces and nephews. Cremation has taken place. There will be no Visitation or Service. Arrangements entrusted to the LAMPMAN FUNERAL HOME, 724 Canboro Road, Fenwick.
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We were very sorry to read this mornings paper & learn of Albert’s passing. What a wonderful life you have all shared. Ron & I heard of many good card games played with Aunt Mary & Uncle Ray back in the day. Arlene, we are sorry for your loss. Memories & your wonderful family will be with you now and bring you comfort & smiles.
Our thoughts are with you Arlene. Albert was a wonderful man, kind and gentle. I always admired his calmness working at the seamless forge. Sometimes I’ll come across an old black and white photo from the early fifties with Albert, Arlene and my mom and dad, it makes me smile. One of the last kings of the canal. Our thoughts are also with you Sindy and Shari.
We are so very sorry to hear that Albert has passed away. What a wonderful gentleman he was and we both have such fond memories of him. He and Arlene were such great friends of my Mom and Dad, throughout every stage of life. They never missed spending New Years Eve together, for 50 or more years. And the card games……Friday nights for dinner and cards as couples, and the endless rounds of poker for Al and Ray with all the boys at the canal or at their houses. When Rick and I married, Rick was so happy when they would ask him to join in the cards-they made him feel so welcome. We will always remember Al’s love of football, (the Bills of course!), poker and horse racing, good food and most of all, family and friends. He always had a smile.
We last saw Albert and Arlene at my Mom’s funeral last year, and it meant so much to us to see the effort they both made to be there for us.
Our very sincerest condolences to Arlene and all of your family. You have a lifetime of wonderful memories to hold on to, and we hope they will comfort you.
Arlene and Family
Our heartful condolences are with Albert’s family at this difficult time. We know that God has a purpose for everything he does, and we know God will give you and your family the strength needed to get through this difficult time. You are in our thoughts and our prayers. May Albert’s soul be blessed with all he needs on his journey home.
Jim and Mary Cosby
Our condolences to the family at this difficult time .Many wonderful memories are yours to hold onto. Our lives are measured by the moments and memories we leave for the future generations to reflect on and cherish.
Angelo and Helen Pupo extend their condolences to the family during this difficult time. Albert was an usher at our wedding almost 70 years ago in North Bay, Ontario. We have fond memories of that day. May your family memories sustain you during the days ahead.