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Edwin William Scrannage

SCRANNAGE, Edwin William - Born May 19th, 1931 in Collingwood, Ontario, and died peacefully on January 7th, 2019 at Tril-lium Ridge Nursing Home in his 88th year. He is survived by his loving wife of 66 years, Muriel Scrannage (Gregg) and their children: Bill (Theresa), Mike (Karen), Mary, Patty (Tony) and Nancy (Steve). He leaves behind his cherished 11 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. He was incredibly proud of his family and their accomplishments. Predeceased by his parents Thomas Edwin and Mary Violet (Evans); and his siblings Ernie, Marion, Arthur, Thomas, Kay and Robert; and survived by Wilbur (Patricia), Kenneth (Linda) and Elizabeth (Gordon). Ed greatly enjoyed his working life, culminating in his founding and successfully operating The Hindquarter Butcher Shop for many years. He was a proud and active brother with the A.F.& A.M. The Ancient St. Johnís Lodge #3, Kingston Valley Scottish Rite, Rameses Shrine, Toronto and the Kingston and District Shrine Club. Visitation at the GORDON F. TOMPKINS FUNERAL HOME , 435 Davis Dr. (Centennial Dr. and Taylor-Kidd Blvd) on Friday, January 11th from 6 pm until 9 pm. Funeral Service in Our Chapel on Saturday, January 12th, 2019 at 1:00 pm. Interment will follow at Cataraqui Cemetery. For those wishing, donations to University Hospitals Kingston Foundation (UHKF) or the Shrinersí Hospital, Montreal would be appreciated. Brothers of Ancient St. Johnís Lodge #3 will gather at the funeral home, Friday evening at 5:30 pm for the Masonic Service. All Sister Lodges are cordially invited. The family wishes to acknowledge the compassionate, professional care provided by the dedicated staff at Trillium Court Nursing Home. Online condolences at www.gftompkinstownship.ca13320305
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Wonderful neighbour
Posted by Marcia Jackson Blom (neighbour on Norman Rogers Drive) On Saturday, January 26, 2019
Sending condolences to all of the Scrannage family - think of you all often. Mr. Ed was a fun neighbour and he helped keep our plates full! Bennett's and the Hind Quarter are missed - but Big Ed most of all... Hug for Mrs. S. from the Jackson girls. May remembrances of happier times bring smiles after you shed your tears. Marcia, and the other "Jackson Girls".
Codolence
Posted by DOUGLAS M SLACK (Lawyer) On Friday, January 18, 2019
Sorry to learn of Ed's death and condolences to the family
RIP Mr. Scrannage
Posted by Ian Hamilton (Customer) On Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Giant of a Man and Businessman. My parents Bob & Betty Hamilton relied on him for so many years at Bennett's and followed him to The Hindquarter. He was the best. When my Mother would tell me she was off to The Hindquarter on a Saturday am, I would beg to go along, to see and hear the famous Mr Scrannage offer up the cut of the day, and to tell a story or a joke.May he RIP and the Dear Lord wrap his arms around all the Scrannage Family.

A Life Well Lived.

Ian Hamilton

Moscow Russia.

A giant has passed
Posted by Joe Davis (Family friend) On Tuesday, January 15, 2019
We have known each other for many many years. Growing up together was great fun. When I think of Ed’s passing I feel like a part of my own family has gone. He always treated me like one of the family. He was a man of principle and was a friend to many. I am sorry I missed the service I just saw this notice. On behalf of the Davis family our most sincere condolences to all.
Deepest Condolences
Posted by Krystyna Gora (Acquaintance) On Monday, January 14, 2019
We are sorry to hear about the loss of Mr. Scrannage. May he rest in peace......

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