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Steve Verrall

February 18, 1956 - November 5, 2017

Steve Verrall: February 18, 1956 - November 5, 2017

Service Date: November 15, 2017

Funeral Home Ottawa - Westboro Chapel

Posted by:
Kevin Harvie

Posted on:
November 15, 2017

Those we hold closest to our hearts never truly leave us. they live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they brought into our lives. Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to hold in your hearts. from the Harvie family.

Posted by:
David Crowe

Posted on:
November 14, 2017

I was sorry to here of Steve's passing. I got to know Steve when he came to Cataraqui where I worked for him as his night waterman while I was going to school. My first memory of Steve is he absolutely loved talking about sports. I remember one cold night in April and Steve came out of the house (he lived on the course) to continue an earlier conversation we were having about free agency in sports. He then went back in the house and came out with his coat and jumped on the cart. I asked him what he was doing and he said he was going to join me as I moved the sprinklers. The conversation continued and he offered to hold the flashlight so I wouldn't trip on the hoses. I remember both of us laughing the whole way around the course. Later on in years I became the Superintendent at the same course and remember calling Steve numerous times for advice. I remember on many occasions we never got to talk about what I called for in the first place. I remember once he called back the next day laughing and inquired as to what I had called him about the day prior. He was a stand-up guy and always had time for you. My condolences to the Verrall family and friends and his co-workers whom I am sure will have many stories to tell.

Posted by:
Guy French

Posted on:
November 14, 2017

Tragic news. It was so obvious Steve loved his profession and handled it all with ease. Everyone respected Steve and loved chatting with him. Deepest sympathies to all. Guy

Posted by:
Bob Eberts

Posted on:
November 13, 2017

Very, very sad news. Steve was always a gentleman and unfailingly friendly. A nice, nice man.

Posted by:
Paul Sabourin

Posted on:
November 12, 2017

I first met Steve over 25 years ago and worked with him for the past 10 at the ROGC . He always had time for a friendly chat. We shared many a laugh. I along with many others will miss his kind demeanor. RIP my friend.

Posted by:
Jim & Rita Blattman

Posted on:
November 12, 2017

We were so shocked and saddened to learn of Steve's passing. A true gentleman and a skilled professional whose dedication to our golf club will be an enduring legacy. Sincere condolences to his family.

Posted by:
Debbie O’Brien

Posted on:
November 11, 2017

I was heartbroken to hear of Steve’s sudden passing. He was a kind , funny and warm gentleman who always had smile on his face. It was clear that he loved his job, his family and his friends. He will be missed by so many who had the privilege of knowing him. My sincere condolences to his family and friends. Debbie

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