Remembering Francis Wheildon
From: Lyle and Donna Thompson
Francis was a wonderful man. I enjoyed my time spent with Francis and Brad, talking Cardinal and Blue Jays baseball. Loved playing ball for coach Francis. We had a lot of laughs.
From: Jennifer Mackey
So sorry to hear of Francis passing. I have many fond memories of music in our kitchen, laughter and fun. His love of baseball was clear when Scott joined the Chatsworth cardinals! Our deepest sympathy Mary Lou and Tom
From: Lee-Anne K
Tom & Janet, My deepest sympathies to you and your families, especially during the Christmas holidays.
From: Anne Elliot
My deepest sympathy, Mary Lou. on the passing of your father. What an amazing, full life he enjoyed! Celebrate all his accomplishments.
From: Paula Gurney
Tom, Janet, Mary Lou and families, Sad to hear of your dad's passing. I enjoyed getting to know Francis and his lovely wife Aileen. Now they are together. Francis was very talented and always a gentleman. My sincere condolences, Paula Gurney
From: The Comber Family
Sad to hear, but what a life he lived! He was such a great friend, neighbour, and craftsman! When I graduated from grade 8 he asked me if I would like a summer job, and I spent most of that summer working on the buildings mentioned. It was my first real paying job, and he was such a gentleman to work for. Many good memories. Our condolences to the family.
From: Mary Dickson
Tom and Janet, Sincere condolences. May he RIP. Certainly sounds like a life well lived. Mary Dickson
From: Brian Crawford
Tom and Janet So sorry for your loss
From: Angela Lewis
Condolences to you Tom and Janet. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.
From: Bill Walker
Dear Tom & Janet, Mary Lou and families, May it help to know friends are thinking of you. I will always have fond memories of Francis coaching Chatsworth fastball against me when I played for Clavering Miller Farms and/or the Thomas Norris Busmen. He was always a first class gentleman and it was a pleasure to joke with him from 3rd base as he was in the coaches box trying to distract me and get me to stop talking, lol You played the game of life long and well Mr. Wheildon! May fond memories provide you comfort and strength, now and in future.
With Sincere Condolence, Bill Walker #16
From: Wayne McNabb
Marylou, Tom and family. So sorry to hear of your fathers passing. Many fond memories of Francis from the years he coached the Chatsworth Cardinals and the many projects I had the pleasure of working on with him. Coffee breaks and lunch breaks were always filled with stories and lots of laughs. It was a honor to have known him.
From: Mary Stephens
Mary Lou, Tom and family, I will miss visiting with Francis by phone or in person. Spent many happy times with Aileen and Francis. Your parents were the greatest! May Francis rest in peace, he’s with his beloved Aileen.
From: Dan Comeau
My sincere condolences on the passing of your father. My thoughts are with you and your family.
From: Brian and Angela Shaw
A special father, grandfather and great grandfather. Certainly a well lived life. Our deepest condolences to everyone in the family. Rest In Peace. Brian and Angela Shaw
From: Linda Ceaser Larry & Allen
Marylou, Tom & Families So sorry to hear Francis (Puddin) as he was called by some close neighbor. What a super man in all the wonderful things he did in his life time. Larry really enjoyed working with him at different projects. Our thoughts and Prayers are with you all at this time.
From: Wayne & Dee Hatten
Our most sincere condolences on the passing of a Chatsworth icon. Our deepest sympathy to Mary Lou, Tom & Janet. I felt that many parts of my life seemed to cross paths with Francis. From my early years, whether it was at St. Paul's Anglican Church, or the thousands of encounters through our mutual connection to the construction industry. It was an honour to have had so much affiliation with Francis.
From: Marsha Wheildon
Dear Mary Lou , Tom and Family Our Sincere Condolences to you at this difficult time. Gerry & Marsha Wheildon & Family
From: Judy Greig
My deepest sympathy Mary Lou. My memories of your dad include his smile and laugh at Arnott functions with the neighbours. Hold your memories close.
From: Mac & Marilyn Taylor and family
A true gentleman, a very talented craftsman, a great community member and sincere friend to many. Our condolences to all. Rest in peace, Francis. You will be missed.
From: Ainslie & Bill Fry
Mary Lou, we are so very sorry for the loss of your Father. Our thoughts are with you and yours at this difficult time. Ainslie & Bill Fry
From: Robert And Darlene Wheildon
Sorry to hear of your father's passing know that you and your family are in our thoughts. We will miss him dearly.
From: Doreen Peach
My sincere condolences to Tom, Janet and Mary Lou and families. He is a big loss to Massie Rd and the community. Always had his smile. Rest in Peace Francis