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Frederick Paddock

Stewart Paddock

Monday, October 31st, 1927 - Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
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Frederick Stewart Paddock 1927 - 2020
Stewart Paddock passed away peacefully at home on April 21, 2020 in his 93rd year. Beloved husband of Margaret (Dunn), father of Eleanor (Terry), Gwen (Ron) and Carol. Loved grandfather of Emily and Andrew.

Stewart was a 4th generation farmer in Puslinch Township, who took great pride in the quality of the cattle and crops he produced. One of the highlights of his farming career was winning the World Championship Hay at the Royal Winter Fair. Throughout his life, he was extremely blessed to be surrounded by wonderful family, friends and neighbours.

A very special thank you and gratitude is expressed to Linda Clayborne and her team of extraordinary caregivers. Interment will take place in Killean Cemetery, Puslinch at a future date. As expressions of sympathy, donations can be made to the Grand River Conservation Foundation or the Ontario 4-H Foundation. Arrangements entrusted to Gilbert MacIntyre and Son Funeral Home - Hart Chapel.
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Heather Cawsey

Posted at 03:06pm
I was sorry to hear about Stewart's death. Although I have not seen him in many years I have many clear memories of visits to the farm and family parties when I was younger. I think what I will remember most is the twinkle in his eye as he told stories of his family or his farm or his friends. In his quiet, gentle way he loved people and his life in Puslinch. To Margie, Eleanor, Gwen , Carol and families, I know he will be missed but I also know you will have many memories and stories to sustain you in your loss.
Heather (Wilson) Cawsey
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dave wilson

Posted at 10:51am
Maryann and I would like to offer our sincere condolences to Marg,Eleanor,Gwen, Carol and families on your loss of Stewart. I will always remember and cherish my summers and holidays spent on your farm in the early sixties. The long conversations on farming and life with your Dad, during these times are remembered fondly. In later years during our visits either at the side of the road with Stewart on his tractor,or at his home,he always impressed upon me how proud he was of his family.He was always engaged in relating the adventures of his most recent trips.I know that I have never seen anyone as happy and content as Stewart was driving his John Deere and gazing out in a state of peaceful thought while surveying his cattle and crops. He will be missed. Dave Wilson
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