Duncan McCallum

1/7/1946 - 1/6/2018

Posted by Susan Guiry | 1/15/2018

I am so very sorry to learn of Duncan’s sudden passing. He was a good man, full of life and will be sorely missed. His death leaves memories no one can heal. Wishing you peace and strength during this difficult time. Regards, Susan

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Posted by Bev and Marion Genoe | 1/13/2018

To Donna and all Duncan's family. It is with great sadness that we heard of Duncan's passing at such a young age. It is a blessing though that he did get to enjoy 14 + years of retirement. I worked with Duncan for many years at Ford, Bramalea and it was such an honor and a pleasure to be in his company at any time. We haven't seen him for a while now but he left a lasting memory that will never ever leave us. We are sorry we were unable to attend at his service, however we were certainly there in thought and prayer. Take care, share the love and be well. Bev. and Marion Genoe.

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Posted by Ed Dennis | 1/13/2018

We (Bernie and I) were so sad to hear of Duncan's passing - we only met him a few times with my brother Doug but we always had a laugh and a good tale to exchange. We like so many others will miss him and hope he continues his story telling in heaven. Sincerely ed and Bernie

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Posted by Jim Laird | 1/12/2018

DONNA my heartfelt condolences to you &your family i am so sorry for your loss remember all of the memories that you and yours made and shared with Duncan through the years they are priceless and can be treasured forever. Jim Laird and Family

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Posted by Carol Granger | 1/12/2018

So very sad and heartbroken to hear of Duncan's passing. My sincerest condolences to you all. Duncan was a ray of sunshine that started my day on a number of occasions. Always smiling. The sublime gentleman. His friends at Jakes, especially me will miss him with all my heart. RIP sweet man. <3 Lots of love.

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Posted by Juli Roslin | 1/12/2018

Duncan used to come to our Chinguacousy Curling Club Day Ladies "Spring Thaw" and piped our champions onto the ice. I welcomed him many times and once toasted the curlers with him in our traditional ceremony. He cut a dashing figure in his kilt uniform and his piping always stirred us on to the best game we could play. Please accept my condolences to the whole McCallum family on behalf of the Day Ladies of Chinguacousy CC.

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Posted by Bob and Liz Manson | 1/12/2018

Donna and family, We are sorry to hear of Duncan's passing. Our thoughts and condolences to the all. Hugs, Bob and Liz

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Posted by Maxine Collins | 1/11/2018

Donna and family, I am so saddened to hear of your recent loss of Duncan. I remember how you spoke so fondly and proudly of him when we worked together. No words spoken now will lessen the sense of shock and loss that you feel . Although I never knew him personally, having read his obituary I'm sure his personality and love of life will embrace and strengthen you at this time. Eventually memories will soothe the sorrow and give you joy once more. Please feel comfort in the sure and certain knowledge that we have a hope of one day being reunited with our loved ones. God bless you as you grieve together.

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Posted by william Adcock | 1/11/2018

Dear Donna&Family Lina&I are deeply saddened of the lose of Duncan. We are so glad that we had some time with the both of you on this past Remembrance Day at the Brampton Legion. We had a great time catching up with events in your family. Duncan was a wonderful person, a great piper and a loyal member of the Lorne Scots Regimental Pipe Band. I still remember reveille in the early mornings when he played Johnny Cope at summer camps( sometimes not so fondly but the notes were always pure). He looked great in his ceremonial uniform on all the formal parades and tattoos. I must confess I still hoped he would rejoin the band. I am assured he has joined Joe , Terry and Harvey and they are playing for all the rest of the Lornes that have left us. Rest in peace my dear friend. Lina&Bill HCol WA Adcock OMM,Cd

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Posted by william Adcock | 1/11/2018

Dear Donna & Family, Lina & I are deeply saddened of the lose of Duncan. We are so glad that we had some time with the both of you on this past Remembrance Day at the Brampton Legion. We had a great time catching up with events in your family. Duncan was a wonderful person, a great piper and a loyal member of the Lorne Scots Regimental Pipe Band. I still remember reveille in the early mornings when he played Johnny Cope at summer camps (sometimes not so fondly but the notes were always pure). He looked great in his ceremonial uniform on all the formal parades and tattoos. I must confess I still hoped he would rejoin the band. I am assured he has joined Joe Terry and Harvey and they are playing for all the rest of the Lornes that have left us. Rest in peace my dear friend. Lina & Bill HCol WA Adcock OMM,Cd

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