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Keeling Little

LITTLE, Keeling Britton The Little family sadly announces Keeling’s death at the North Bay Regional Health Center on Tuesday, July 2, 2109, at the age of 78 years. The loving and devoted husband to Marlene, he died just a few weeks before their 50th anniversary. The proud and loving father of Matthew and his wife Helen of Sudbury and Craig and his wife Lynn of Courtenay, B.C., he held a special place in the hearts of his grandchildren Jacob, Mirja, Aaron, Chase and Camryn. Predeceased by his parents Arthur and Jessie Little, he is also survived by his brother Franklin of North Bay and sister Mary Hobbs (Gordon) of Kitchener. Keeling’s working life was as a telecommunications technician. He retired in 1995 from CNCP Telecommunications after 28 years of service. An avid volunteer he will be remembered by many for his involvement with the Amateur Radio Club. A dedicated and faithful member of Trinity United Church and the AOTS men’s club he also enjoyed his involvement with the Gateway Gliders Square Dance Club. Friends may call at Trinity United Church, 111 McIntyre Street East, on Monday, July 8th from 12:00 noon until time for a service to celebrate his life to be held in the sanctuary at 1:30 pm. If you would like to honor Keeling’s memory with a charitable donation please consider Trinity United Church, North Bay Regional Health Center, or Serenity Hospice. Arrangements entrusted to MARTYN FUNERAL HOME with online condolences at www.martynfh.com13339885
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Posted by Virginia & Tony Elliott (Friends) On Friday, July 5, 2019
Marlene, so sorry to hear about Keeling. Our sympathy to you and your family.

Our thoughts are with you.

Rest in Peace Keeling
Posted by Yvon Montcalm (friend) On Friday, July 5, 2019
To Keeling's family, I offer my sincere condolences. I had the pleasure of working with Keeling at the Heritage Festival and on the Emergency Management committee for North Bay. He dedicated himself selflessly on a continual basis. You should be very proud of your husband/father. A true gentleman at all times. If ever someone deserved a rest, it was Keeling. Rest in Peace Keeling.

Yvon Montcalm

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