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Donald Kidder

KIDDER, Donald - In Loving memory of Donald Kidder, 78 years old, who passed away on Tuesday July 2nd at the Manitoulin Health Centre, Mindemoya, Ontario. Beloved husband of Pauline Kidder. Cherished father of Brian and Alan Kidder of Brampton. Loving Grandfather of Cameron Kidder (Kristie), Corie Kidder, Marissa Koroscil (Shawn), Faith Kidder and Skye Kidder. Great-Grandfather of Jordan, Rachel, Austin, Benjamin, Camden and Greyson. Adored Brother of Darlene OíRourke (Terry), and Robert Kidder (Irene). Son of Emma Pearce (Kidder) and Harry Pearce (Predeceased). He will be sadly missed by many relatives and friends. Don was as a decorated police officer. He was an officer for over 23 years for the Toronto Metropolitan Police Service, and after moving through the ranks, became a Chief of Police. He held the role in numerous cities throughout Ontario, such as Red Rock, Terrace Bay, and Pembroke. Don retired April 30, 1999, to which he settled on Manitoulin Island for the remainder of his years. At Donís request, cremation has taken place and there will be a celebration of life at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Manitoulin Health Centre or a charity of your choice. A special thanks to the Doctors, PSW Yvonne Bond and the nurses from Bayshore for helping Don in his final days.13340411
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Posted by Tom McNamara (Friend/Partner) On Sunday, July 14, 2019
Please accept both Beverley and my condolences on the passing of Don, we had many good laughs together and he was an excellent partner.
Most sincere condolences
Posted by Claire Wierzbici (Acquaintance) On Saturday, July 13, 2019
Dear Pauline , Darlene and family , Vinni and I offer our most profound sympathies to you and your families. The love and caring you have for each other is exemplary . Don is a great man whose smile is embedded in my mind ! Your pain is deep but I hope that you will keep his legacy alive by celebrating him every day forward. Hugs Claire

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