Sunday, May 03, 2020
|Shiva:||Strictly Private Shiva. Thank you for respecting the family's wishes.|
Gerry Stober - 17 days ago
Very sad to hear about Irwin leaving us. He always had a big, radiant smile and loved being a part of a hockey or shinny game. He was one of those people who always gave 110%. RIP Irwin, it was a privilege to know you.
François Tessier - 22 days ago
Fond memories of Irwin as a very decent human being who would never pass up the competitive nature of a good shinny game. I had him as a teammate a couple of times and the one person you could count on to show up for a game on time was Irwin and he would give it his all... RIP Irwin.
Jack B. Flexer - 22 days ago
“Laugh and the world laughs with you; Cry, and Irwin is still smiling.” That’s how I will remember him. My condolences to the family.
Keren and Alan Knopp - 22 days ago
Please accept our heartfelt sympathies. Fond memories of our days in TMR. May the memories of Irwin be everlasting.
David Dussault - 22 days ago
I am so very sorry to learn of Irwin's passing. He was a good man that met his challenges with great courage. Irwin was a gentle soul. In many of our phone calls, he talked about the joy of playing shinny with all the guys. Every now and then we convinced him to come to the "J" with us after our games. He never drank, but he loved to be a part of the kibitzing. He loved to reminisce about some of the old Jr. B hockey teams in T.M.R. and all the characters who played on them. Rest in peace, Irwin, you have certainly earned that.
maurice lazzam - 23 days ago
so sorry and sad that Irwin passed away.we used to live across the street from him on canora.went to same high school.played ball hockey and football on the street.unfortunatly we lost touch of each other .my deepest condolences to the family
Tom Faludi - 23 days ago
Sorry that you are no longer with us. We were kids together, you were a great shinny player! RIP